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29 terms
Nursing 155: Health Promotion
Health Promotion
Health Protection/ Illness Prevention
Primary Prevention
Secondary Prevention
Not Disease oriented... Motivated by personal approach to wellne…
Illness or injury specific... Motivated by avoidance of illness…
Precedes disease, applied to the general healthy population.…
Early detection, prompt intervention and maintenance.... Ex: Bre…
Health Promotion
Not Disease oriented... Motivated by personal approach to wellne…
Health Protection/ Illness Prevention
Illness or injury specific... Motivated by avoidance of illness…
20 terms
Nursing and Health: Health promotion
Health promotion
Health promotion: Goal
Health promotion: Motivation
Wellness: Goal
closely related to wellness and illness prevention; FOCUS on…
maintain or enhance their present levels of health; in any ph…
to act positively to reach more stable levels of health
how to care for themselves in a healthy way and includes topi…
Health promotion
closely related to wellness and illness prevention; FOCUS on…
Health promotion: Goal
maintain or enhance their present levels of health; in any ph…
99 terms
Nursing Law and Health Promotion
functions of the law in nursing
litigious
to do pts. no harm
statutory
provides framework for establishing what actions are legal, d…
the American public has developed this attitude, making them…
although the code of Hammurabi appears sever, it should remin…
nurse practice acts, good samaritan acts
functions of the law in nursing
provides framework for establishing what actions are legal, d…
litigious
the American public has developed this attitude, making them…
151 terms
Nursing 211: Health Promotion
What is health?
How do individuals describe health?
What is wellness?
What is well being?
-the presence or absence of disease... -Nightingale: State of be…
being as free as possible from symptoms of disease and pain…
a state of well-being that is self-responsibility and the ult…
-a component of health... -a subjective perception of vitality a…
What is health?
-the presence or absence of disease... -Nightingale: State of be…
How do individuals describe health?
being as free as possible from symptoms of disease and pain…
140 terms
Nursing 211: Health Promotion
What is wellness?
What is well being?
What are the components that overlap t…
Which component of wellness involves t…
a state of well-being that is self-responsibility and the ult…
-a component of health... -a subjective perception of vitality a…
-environment... -social... -emotional... -physical... -spiritual... -intelle…
environmental component
What is wellness?
a state of well-being that is self-responsibility and the ult…
What is well being?
-a component of health... -a subjective perception of vitality a…
64 terms
Nursing Health Promotion - Theories, Models
Neuman System Model
External Stressors
Internal Stressors
Wellness-Illness Continuum
Open client system that interacts with environment
Natural disaster, war, economic depression
Low-income, education level
Address effects of stress, reaction to stress and maintenance…
Neuman System Model
Open client system that interacts with environment
External Stressors
Natural disaster, war, economic depression
38 terms
Nursing - Health Promotion
Major Health Problems in Older Adults
Vulnerable Populations
Social Determinants of Health
Health Disparities
Hypertension; Cancer; Arthritis; Visual Impairment; Hearing I…
Immigrant Populations... Poverty & Homeless... Patients Who Are Abu…
Factor's that contribute to a person's current state of healt…
Preventable differences in the burden of disease, injury, vio…
Major Health Problems in Older Adults
Hypertension; Cancer; Arthritis; Visual Impairment; Hearing I…
Vulnerable Populations
Immigrant Populations... Poverty & Homeless... Patients Who Are Abu…
84 terms
Nursing Process & Health Promotion
Clergy
Registered Dietician
Lab Tech
Occupational Therapist
spiritual care
Assess, plain, educate pt r/t nutritional needs
gathers specimens, run tests... refer when provider orders a test
help regain ADLs;... especially motor skills of upper extremities
Clergy
spiritual care
Registered Dietician
Assess, plain, educate pt r/t nutritional needs
91 terms
Nursing Health Promotions
WHO def
Ottowa Charter def
Jean Watson def
Betty Neuman def
State of complete physical, mental, and social well-being; no…
State of well-being achieved by identifying and satisfying ne…
High overall functioning; a state of mind
health is a continumm of Energy
WHO def
State of complete physical, mental, and social well-being; no…
Ottowa Charter def
State of well-being achieved by identifying and satisfying ne…
68 terms
health promotion in pediatric nursing
what are the stages of separation anxi…
how does loss of control affect infants?
how does loss of control affect toddle…
how does loss of control affect presch…
-protest: good ... -despair: doesn't want to do stuff, acts out…
-change in routine leads to distrust
-threatened autonomy leads to regression/ negativism
-need self power... -egocentric and magical thinking... -perceived…
what are the stages of separation anxi…
-protest: good ... -despair: doesn't want to do stuff, acts out…
how does loss of control affect infants?
-change in routine leads to distrust
9 terms
Nursing-Promoting health
Health promotion
Primary prevention
Secondary prevention
Tertiary prevention
The process of equipping people to have control over and to i…
Designed to prevent or slow the onset of disease
Involve screening activities and education for detecting illn…
Focuses on stopping the disease from progressing and returnin…
Health promotion
The process of equipping people to have control over and to i…
Primary prevention
Designed to prevent or slow the onset of disease
60 terms
Nursing-HealthPromotionChapter3
Not one of the physical adaptations to…
Under the influence of cortisol, certa…
During a stressful situation, gastroin…
The effects of unrecognized and untrea…
Saliva flow increases.
Glucose.
Shifts blood flow to skeletal muscles.
Second.
Not one of the physical adaptations to…
Saliva flow increases.
Under the influence of cortisol, certa…
Glucose.
17 terms
Pediatric Nursing-Health Promotion, Infants
Nutrition
Foods to be avoided before 12 months
Sleep
Activity
Nutrition—breast milk is first choice for first 6 months of l…
Egg whites... Peanut butter... Fish/seafood... Honey/corn syrup... Cow's…
By age 3-4 months of age, infants are able to sleep through t…
Interventions aimed at activity center largely on safety... Infa…
Nutrition
Nutrition—breast milk is first choice for first 6 months of l…
Foods to be avoided before 12 months
Egg whites... Peanut butter... Fish/seafood... Honey/corn syrup... Cow's…
32 terms
Pediatric Nursing-Health Promotion, Adolescence
What is goal for Adolescent Health Pro…
Immunizations
Nutrition
Exercise and Activity
RISK REDUCTION... Adolescents generally do not think about the c…
Tdap... Meningococcal Vaccine (Menactra)... Gardisil
Period of Rapid Growth causes increased demands for protein a…
More involved in sports than any other age group... It is good f…
What is goal for Adolescent Health Pro…
RISK REDUCTION... Adolescents generally do not think about the c…
Immunizations
Tdap... Meningococcal Vaccine (Menactra)... Gardisil
15 terms
Nursing roles - global health promotion
CHN roles at population level
Behavior change depends on...
Adult learning theory
Transtheoretical Model of Change - Poc…
case finder... leader... change agent... community developer... coalition…
1. how people learn... 2. stage of readiness... 3. how threatened i…
Andragogy - need to know who the people are that you are tryi…
looks at how ready people are to make a change... 1. Pre-contemp…
CHN roles at population level
case finder... leader... change agent... community developer... coalition…
Behavior change depends on...
1. how people learn... 2. stage of readiness... 3. how threatened i…
63 terms
hx of nursing and health promotion/handwashing
physician handmaiden
battle ax
naughty nurse
military nurse
followed all orders of the dr, had very limited roles
came off the streets, were usually drunk, caring for the sick…
came about in the early 20th century, greatest desire was to…
around 1861 with the start of the civil war, army nurse servi…
physician handmaiden
followed all orders of the dr, had very limited roles
battle ax
came off the streets, were usually drunk, caring for the sick…
57 terms
Nurse 350 Assessment and Health Promotion
External structures
Internal structures
Why would a pt complain of cramping wh…
Boney pelvis
-mons pubis (fatty portion) ... -Labia majora (fatty-with hair)…
-Vagina ... -Uterus... -Uterine tubes (fallopian tubes)-where eggs…
-Uterus is expanding- ligaments are being pulled
-False pelvis is above... -True pelvis is below
External structures
-mons pubis (fatty portion) ... -Labia majora (fatty-with hair)…
Internal structures
-Vagina ... -Uterus... -Uterine tubes (fallopian tubes)-where eggs…
40 terms
Health Promotion and Community Nursing Assessment
Public Health
Epidemiology
Morbidity
Mortality
refers to all organized... measures (whether public or private)…
(Core Skill of Public Health Nurse)... What is the study of dis…
any departure from a state of... physiological or psychological…
death
Public Health
refers to all organized... measures (whether public or private)…
Epidemiology
(Core Skill of Public Health Nurse)... What is the study of dis…
60 terms
Nursing-HealthPromotion Examette 2
Not one of the physical adaptations to…
Under the influence of cortisol, certa…
During a stressful situation, gastroin…
The effects of unrecognized and untrea…
Saliva flow increases.
Glucose.
Shifts blood flow to skeletal muscles.
Second.
Not one of the physical adaptations to…
Saliva flow increases.
Under the influence of cortisol, certa…
Glucose.
27 terms
Maternity Nursing: Chapter 2, Assessment & Health Promotion
Identify external female genitalia
Identify the major parts of the uterus:
3 layers of uterine wall:
What is the internal os?
Upper triangular portion is called the corpus and lower cylin…
Endometrium: highly vascular. Has 3 layers, outer 2 are shed…
The opening between the uterine cavity and the canal that con…
Identify external female genitalia
Identify the major parts of the uterus:
Upper triangular portion is called the corpus and lower cylin…
9 terms
Theory- Health Promotion and the Nursing Role
Patient centered care
Teamwork and Collaboration
Evidence-Based Practice
Quality Improvement
patient as the source of control and full partner in providin…
fostering open communication, mutual respect, and shared deci…
integration of best current evidence with clinical expertise…
use of data to monitor the outcomes of care processes and use…
Patient centered care
patient as the source of control and full partner in providin…
Teamwork and Collaboration
fostering open communication, mutual respect, and shared deci…
25 terms
NURSES LAB | HEALTH PROMOTION AND MAINTENANCE
Nurses Lab Q1: What equipment would be…
Nurses Lab Q2: Which technique would b…
Nurses Lab Q3: An 8.5 lb, 6 oz infant…
Nurses Lab Q4: What question would be…
ANSWER:... D. A tongue depressor and flashlight... RATIONALE:... Cr…
ANSWER:... D. Providing accurate information about the disease…
ANSWER:... C. Feed the infant glucose water (10%)... RATIONALE:…
ANSWER:... A. "Have you noticed a change in the force of the ur…
Nurses Lab Q1: What equipment would be…
ANSWER:... D. A tongue depressor and flashlight... RATIONALE:... Cr…
Nurses Lab Q2: Which technique would b…
ANSWER:... D. Providing accurate information about the disease…
25 terms
NURSES LAB | HEALTH PROMOTION AND MAINTENANCE
Nurses Lab Q1: What equipment would be…
Nurses Lab Q2: Which technique would b…
Nurses Lab Q3: An 8.5 lb, 6 oz infant…
Nurses Lab Q4: What question would be…
ANSWER:... D. A tongue depressor and flashlight... RATIONALE:... Cr…
ANSWER:... D. Providing accurate information about the disease…
ANSWER:... C. Feed the infant glucose water (10%)... RATIONALE:…
ANSWER:... A. "Have you noticed a change in the force of the ur…
Nurses Lab Q1: What equipment would be…
ANSWER:... D. A tongue depressor and flashlight... RATIONALE:... Cr…
Nurses Lab Q2: Which technique would b…
ANSWER:... D. Providing accurate information about the disease…
20 terms
Nursing: Health Promotion Exam 2
applied ethics
moral philosophy
value theories
descriptive theories
uses moral philosophy to formulate theories guiding actions i…
concerned with what is right or wrong, good or bad, in human…
result from philosophical inquiry about good action
concerned what humans seem to value
applied ethics
uses moral philosophy to formulate theories guiding actions i…
moral philosophy
concerned with what is right or wrong, good or bad, in human…
8 terms
Nursing: Health Promotion Models and Theories
The Health Belief Model
Social Cognitive or Learning Theory
Transtheoretical Model:
Health Promotion Model
A disease prevention model, a cognitive, rational model, uses…
Based on operant conditioning, vicarious learning. ... 1) Develo…
Developed in 1982 from an idea from post-smokers. ... Started th…
Developed by Nola Pender in 1982. Based on a behavioral scien…
The Health Belief Model
A disease prevention model, a cognitive, rational model, uses…
Social Cognitive or Learning Theory
Based on operant conditioning, vicarious learning. ... 1) Develo…
13 terms
Health Promotion for Nurses: Chpt 5
Mental health (WHO definition)
Mental health
Self-efficacy
Self-esteem
Not just the absence of mental disorder; state of well-being…
Part of a client's health & well-being, & can have an impact…
Belief in ability to achieve a task or goal
Positive/negative orientation toward oneself; an overall eval…
Mental health (WHO definition)
Not just the absence of mental disorder; state of well-being…
Mental health
Part of a client's health & well-being, & can have an impact…
6 terms
Health Promotion for Nurses: Chpt 4
Health disparities
Health objectives
Adaptability
Physiologic healing
Adverse effects on groups of people who have significantly gr…
Results of specific activities or outcomes to be achieved ove…
Ability to compensate for a loss of function in one area that…
Effort needed to restore function after an injury
Health disparities
Adverse effects on groups of people who have significantly gr…
Health objectives
Results of specific activities or outcomes to be achieved ove…
39 terms
Health Promotion for Nurses: Chpt 6
Family
Variables affecting family composition
Reasons to involve whole family in hea…
Systems theory
Multiple definitions; common thread involving 2 or more people
Changes in national demographics (aging population, immigrati…
1: investment in health promotion activities from all family…
1: System is composed of a set of elements that interact with…
Family
Multiple definitions; common thread involving 2 or more people
Variables affecting family composition
Changes in national demographics (aging population, immigrati…
30 terms
Nursing Fundamentals Chap 16 Health Promotion
Action Stage
Boundary
Closed system
Compensatory
Occurs when the person actively implements behaviorals and co…
A real or imaginary line that differentiates one system from…
Does not exchange information with its environment
Counterbalancing
Action Stage
Occurs when the person actively implements behaviorals and co…
Boundary
A real or imaginary line that differentiates one system from…
49 terms
Unit 1: Nursing and Health Promotion (History and Theories)
What is Nursing?... -def'n by ANA
What is nursing?... -def'n includes roles…
Florence Nightingale
Florence Nightingale... -contributions
-the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and ab…
-encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of individuals…
-author: "Notes on Nursing: What It Is and What It Is Not"... -v…
-developed 1st organized training program for nurse (Nighting…
What is Nursing?... -def'n by ANA
-the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and ab…
What is nursing?... -def'n includes roles…
-encompasses autonomous and collaborative care of individuals…
42 terms
Health Promotion in Community Health Nursing (LA8)
Health Promotion
Injury Prevention
Disease Prevention
10 leading risk factors for preventabl…
-strategy to improve health... -it is central to public health p…
using strategies to help populations and individuals prevent…
refers to activities taken by health sector to prevent the oc…
1)Maternal and child obesity... 2) unsafe sex... 3) High blood pres…
Health Promotion
-strategy to improve health... -it is central to public health p…
Injury Prevention
using strategies to help populations and individuals prevent…
NURSING 1: Health, Wellness, and Health Promotion
health
WHO
American Nurses Association definition…
wellness
-defined as a state of complete physical, mental, and social…
world health organization
"a dynamic state of being in which the development and behavi…
a state of well-being
health
-defined as a state of complete physical, mental, and social…
WHO
world health organization
36 terms
Health Promotion for Nurses: Chpt 7
Health policy (WHO definition)
What does a health policy do?
Health policy
Global health policy
Decisions, plans, and actions that are undertaken to achieve…
1: Defines a vision for the future which helps establish targ…
Decisions made by government bodies that are intended to supp…
Policy undertaken by multiple nations to affect the overall i…
Health policy (WHO definition)
Decisions, plans, and actions that are undertaken to achieve…
What does a health policy do?
1: Defines a vision for the future which helps establish targ…
38 terms
Health Promotion Chapter 16 Fundamentals of Nursing
Individuality
Holism
Nursing interventions according to Con…
Maslow' Heirarchy
nurse becomes acquainted with client as an individual, using…
emphasizes keeping the whole person in mind and understand ho…
directed toward restoring overall harmony, so they depend on…
physiological, safety, love, self-esteem, self-actualization
Individuality
nurse becomes acquainted with client as an individual, using…
Holism
emphasizes keeping the whole person in mind and understand ho…
15 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing-Promoting Health Wellness
True or False: Health is the absence o…
What are the 4 goals of Healthy People…
What are the 4 models of health and il…
What internal variables influence heal…
False; Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and so…
Attain high-quality, longer lives free of preventable disease…
Health Belief Model... Health Promotion Model... Basic Human Needs…
Developmental stage, intellectual background, perception of f…
True or False: Health is the absence o…
False; Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and so…
What are the 4 goals of Healthy People…
Attain high-quality, longer lives free of preventable disease…
70 terms
Fall Midterm Health Promotions in Nursing
a
a
b
a
Which of the following would you most likely be involved in a…
The Ottawa Chapter was developed for which of the following p…
Which of the following accurately describes diagnostic relate…
Dualism in health care, rooted in the past and currently exis…
a
Which of the following would you most likely be involved in a…
a
The Ottawa Chapter was developed for which of the following p…
77 terms
Health Promotion for Nurses -- Exam #1
What are some of the steps in building…
What does the term wellness refer to?
What does the term health refer to?
What are the dimensions of health?
1) Assess need for program/client needs.... 2)Obtain client inpu…
A clients assessment of his or her physical, emotional, socia…
Health is a multidimensional concept. Is a dynamic balance of…
CLINICAL -- in the clinical sense, health is simply the absen…
What are some of the steps in building…
1) Assess need for program/client needs.... 2)Obtain client inpu…
What does the term wellness refer to?
A clients assessment of his or her physical, emotional, socia…
135 terms
Nursing 230 Final Exam Health Promotion
Individual Health as Stability
Levine
Roy
Individual Health as Actualization
Based on physiologic concepts of homeostasis (internal stabil…
Believed central concept of health is balance
Believed central concept of health is adaptation
Major emphasis is on the realization of human potential as in…
Individual Health as Stability
Based on physiologic concepts of homeostasis (internal stabil…
Levine
Believed central concept of health is balance
8 terms
Nursing Assessment/Health Promotion Vocabulary Quiz 3
benign breast disease
fibrocystic changes to the breast
galactorrhea
gynecomastia
a number of breast-related symptoms and problems, including b…
a variety of conditions associated with multiple benign masse…
inappropriate lactation
noninflammatory enlargement of one or both male breasts; most…
benign breast disease
a number of breast-related symptoms and problems, including b…
fibrocystic changes to the breast
a variety of conditions associated with multiple benign masse…
36 terms
Nursing Assessment/Health Promotion Vocabulary Quiz 3
aneurysm
apex
atrial kick
atrioventricular valves
a localized dilation of an artery caused by weakness in the a…
the lower left ventricle
added atrial thrust
the tricuspid valve on the right and mitral valve on the left…
aneurysm
a localized dilation of an artery caused by weakness in the a…
apex
the lower left ventricle
68 terms
Maville Ch. 4: Role of the Nurse in Health Promotion
Areas of concern affecting optimal hea…
T/F - health promotion is a fundamenta…
T/F - nurses can decrease medical cost…
T/F - health promotion nursing focuses…
domains
T
T
T
Areas of concern affecting optimal hea…
domains
T/F - health promotion is a fundamenta…
T
37 terms
Fundamentals of Nursing- Chapter 16 (Health Promotion)
Total character
Self-identity
Perceptions
Total care context
Behaviors, emotional state, attitudes, values, motives, abili…
Perception of self as separate, distinct entity alone and in…
How person interprets environment
All the principles that apply when taking care of clients of…
Total character
Behaviors, emotional state, attitudes, values, motives, abili…
Self-identity
Perception of self as separate, distinct entity alone and in…
30 terms
Nursing Fundamentals Chap 16 Health Promotion
Action Stage
Boundary
Closed system
Compensatory
Occurs when the person actively implements behaviorals and co…
A real or imaginary line that differentiates one system from…
Does not exchange information with its environment
Counterbalancing
Action Stage
Occurs when the person actively implements behaviorals and co…
Boundary
A real or imaginary line that differentiates one system from…
13 terms
Pediatric Nursing-Health Promotion for School Age Children
Nutrition
Dental Health
Sleep and Rest
Exercise and Activity
overall quality of diet related to family eating patterns... fas…
Loss of deciduous teeth/permanent tooth eruption... Occurs aroun…
Average 9.5 hours, but highly individualized
Very active age group--sports and activities... Encourage childr…
Nutrition
overall quality of diet related to family eating patterns... fas…
Dental Health
Loss of deciduous teeth/permanent tooth eruption... Occurs aroun…
28 terms
Nursing Science: health promotion/pt teaching
patient teaching
goal of patient teaching
andragogy
6 principles of adult learning
professional nursing responsibility which uses communication…
patient's active participation in health care and compliance…
adult learning
internally motivated & self-directed; bring life experiences…
patient teaching
professional nursing responsibility which uses communication…
goal of patient teaching
patient's active participation in health care and compliance…
16 terms
Chapter 5- Gerontological Nursing and Health Promotion
Gerontology
Focus of Gerontology
Geriatrics
Geriatrics shifted from
study of aging and older adults
emphasis on healthy and successful aging
internal medicine or family practice that focuses on the medi…
curing to caring
Gerontology
study of aging and older adults
Focus of Gerontology
emphasis on healthy and successful aging
79 terms
Nurse 330 Health Promotion of the Infant and Toddler
Kidneys in a child
Cardio system in a child
Immune system in a child
Biological growth of a child
-Mature for several years ... -Puts kid at risk for dehydration…
-Cant control BP well
-Have to be exposed ... -Risk for infection
-Rapid the first year... -Double birth weight by 6mo, triple by…
Kidneys in a child
-Mature for several years ... -Puts kid at risk for dehydration…
Cardio system in a child
-Cant control BP well
WEEK 8 HEALTH PROMOTION & THE NURSING ROLE
HEALTH PROMOTION
CARING
QSEN: QUALITY & SAFETY EDUCATION FOR N…
PATIENT-CENTERED CARE
WHY DO WE DO WHAT WE DO?
HOW DO WE DO WHAT WE DO?
PG. 34-37 PG. 209-213
-THE TRADITIONAL CONCEPT INVOLVES TO THE P/T & DEMONSTRATING…
HEALTH PROMOTION
WHY DO WE DO WHAT WE DO?
CARING
HOW DO WE DO WHAT WE DO?
11 terms
the nurse's role in health management and health promotion
___ ___: Variables that increase the v…
Risk factors include...... ___ and ___ ri…
___ risk factors: increases susceptibi…
___ environment risk factors: in which…
risk factors
genetic; physiological; predisposition
age; history
physical; exposure; long
___ ___: Variables that increase the v…
risk factors
Risk factors include...... ___ and ___ ri…
genetic; physiological; predisposition
18 terms
Chapter 2 - Nursing Concepts and Health Promotion
ANA Code of Ethics
Scope and Standards of Practice
paradigm
metaparadigm
highlights nursing's responsibility for protecting, promoting…
Outlines the expectations of the professional role of the reg…
an example that serves as a pattern or model for something
used by an individual discipline to provide global perspectiv…
ANA Code of Ethics
highlights nursing's responsibility for protecting, promoting…
Scope and Standards of Practice
Outlines the expectations of the professional role of the reg…
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