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Principles: Kozier - Chapter 17
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"a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity"
WHO definition of health
_____________ is a subjective perception of vitality and feeling well. Can be described objectively, experienced and measured. Component of health.
Components of Wellness include:
Intellectual-ability to learn
Occupational-balance between work and leisure
What model of health and wellness focuses on signs and symptoms of disease and how to treat it?
What model of health and wellness focuses on ability to fulfill roles as a status of health?
Role Performance model
What model of health and wellness focuses on sickness as a failure to adapt?
What model of health and wellness focuses on health only being achieved if you have self actualized(reached highest potentional)
What model of health and wellness focuses on predicting illnesses and using identification of risk factors for promoting and maintaining health?
What model of health and wellness focuses on health as a continuum always changing based on wellness and environment and perception of health?
Dunn's High-Level Wellness Grid model
_______________ is the state of health of an individual at a given time.
________________ are concepts about health that an individual believes are true
___________ are actions people take to understand their health state, maintain optimal health, prevent illness and injury and reach physical potential.
What is the purpose of the Health Belief Model?
To PREDICT whether individuals will make a change toward disease prevention and health promotion
_________________ is the extent to which an individuals behavior coincides with medical or health advice.
____________ is a highly personal state in which a person's physical, emotional, intellectual, social, development or spiritual functioning is thought to be diminished.
___________ can be described as an alteration in body functions resulting in a reduction of capacities or a shortening of the normal life span
__________ illness is typically characterized by symptoms of relatively short duration.
___________ illness is one that lasts for an extended period, usually 6 months or longer and often for the person's life.
What are the Rights of the sick role?
Clients not being held responsible for being ill
Clients are excused from certain social roles and tasks
What are the Obligations of the sick role?
Clients are obliged to get well as quickly as possible
Clients or their families are obliged to seek competent help
What stage of Suchman's stages of illness is the person coming to believe something is wrong. Either someone significant mentions that the person looks unwell or the person experiences some symptoms.
Has 3 aspects:
physical experience of symptoms
Stage 1: Symptom Experiences (I have a cough)
What stage of Suchman's stages of illness is the individual accepting the sick role and seeks confirmation from family and friends.
Stage 2: Assumption of the Sick Role (calls into work feeling sick)
What stage of Suchman's stages of illness does the sick person seek the advice of a health professional either on their own or at the urging of significant others.
Stage 3: Medical Care Contact (sees a doctor)
What stage of Suchman's stages of illness does the client become dependent on the professional for help.
Stage 4: Dependent Client Role (dependent on someone)
What stage of Suchman's stages of illness is the client expected to relinquish the dependent role and resume former roles and responsibilities?
Stage 5: Recovery or Rehabilitation (recovered)
What is the impact of illness on the client?
Behavioral or emotional changes
changes in self-concept and body image
changes in lifestyle
What is the impact of illness on the family?
Potential role changes
tasks reassignments and increased demands on times
increased stress and anxiety
change in social customs
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