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Are social structures that exhibit and create norms and values that establish social institution (WHO)

Community

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A state of complete physical, mental and social being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity

Health

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Extends the realm of public health to include organized health efforts at the community level through both government and private sectors

Community Health

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The utilization of the nursing process in the different levels of clientele-individuals, families, population groups, communities, concerned with promoting health, prevention of disease and disability and rehabilitation

Community Health nursing

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Their goal is to raise the level of the citizenry by helping communities and families to cope with the discontinues in and threats to health in such a way as to maximize their potential for high-level wellness

Community Health Nursing

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What is the main focus of community health nurses?

Health Promotion

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Identifies the needs and concerns of individuals, groups, families, and the community

Programmer/Planner

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Act as resource speaker on health and health-related services

Health Educator/trainer/counselor

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Promotes self-reliance of community and emphasizes their involvement and participation in planning, organizing, implementing, and evaluating of health services

Community Organizer

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Coordinates health services with concerned individuals and families through the community health team members

Coordinator of services

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Renders direct care to various clients with different needs, may it be home, in school, clinics or work settings

Provider of Nursing care

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Monitors and detects the presence of health concerns in the community through contacts or home visits.

Health monitor

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Follows a systematic process of monitoring the health status of the community through the conduct of surveys and home visits

Researcher

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Records data systematically and ensures its validity through accurate and complete data gathering

Statistician

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Promotes and motivates change in the community in their health practices and lifestyle behaviors for them to promote and maintain good health, be knowledgeable and has the initiative in accessing health services

Change Agent

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What are the core values of a community health nurse

1. Integrity
2. Professionalism
3. Competence
4. Commitment
5.Openness
6. Teamwork
7. Patriotism

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states that anything said to nurses and other health-care providers by their parents must be held in the strictest confidence

confidentiality

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This skill enables nurses to make value-based judgments that align with professional standards and moral codes, prioritizing the needs of patients and colleagues ahead of their own.

Ethical thinking

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A promise that the individual will fulfill all commitments made to himself or herself and to others

Fidelity

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A religion in which they urge members to refuse blood transfusion

Jehovahs witness

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They prohibit the consumption of pork, shellfish, alcohol, coffee and tea

Seventh-day Adventist

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They prohibit the consumption of beef

Hindus

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The ability to tolerate uncertain situations

Patience and Endurance

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Being respectful and honest with oneself

Flexibility

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The capacity to laugh at oneself in times of adversity

Humor

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The view that illness and sufferings are the unavoidable and predestined will of God, in which the patient, family members and even the physician should not interfere

Fatalistic Resignation