Flashcards in CHN SAS 3 Deck (13)
It is applicable to the different levels of the community health nurses clientele: individual, families, groups or aggregates and communities
General System Theory
It is based on the belief that learning takes place in a social context, that is, people learn from one another and that learning is promoted by modeling or observing other people
Social Learning Theory
This model provides the basis for much of the practice of health education and health promotion today.
The Health Belief Model
This framework provides that the health status existing in the population occurs due to too little or excess critical health-sustaining resources whereby people who have enough and safe food, shelter, water, and environment are vulnerable to infectious diseases which too much food will lead to obesity
Milos framework for prevention
This model explores many biopsychosocial factors that influence individuals to pursue health promotion activities
Pender's Health Promotion Model
It combines several theories of intervention
The transtheoretical Model
It is based on the assumption that behavior change takes place over time, progressing through a sequence of stages
The transtheoritical Model
It provides a model for community assessment, health education, planning, and evaluation
In preparing to review different theories, nurse Bobby reviews basic information to assist in understanding the material. Theories defined as:
Concepts or propositions that project a systematic view of phenomena
When assessing the external variables that influence a client's health beliefs and practices, nurse Mindy must consider his
Nurse Marco is providing health education about injury and poisoning prevention to a group of young masters at a health fair. What type of prevention is the nurse conducting?
Client Clint reports that he believes he will "never lick the habit" of smoking because he has tried before and failed. Using the Transtheoretical Method (TTM), what stage of health behaviors is the client functioning in?