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Nursing Role where

Nurses may provide knowledge about health promotion and disease prevention to individuals and groups

Consultant

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Functional Health Pattern where

Indicators of nutritional adequacy

24 Hour Recall

Nutritional-Metabolic

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Self-Care Theory was created by _______

Dorothea Orem

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model of health where

people’s ability to adjust positively to social, mental, and physiological change is the measure of their health.

Adaptive Model

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Assist families to carry out functions members can’t do themselves

Family nursing interventions

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14 Basic Needs of the Patient theory created by

Virginia Henderson

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model of health where

health is defined by the absence and illness by the conspicuous presence of signs and symptoms of disease.

Clinical Model

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domain of learning that alludes to the recognition of values, religious and spiritual beliefs, family interaction patterns and relationships, and personal attitudes that affect decisions and problem-solving progress.

affective

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assuming a lead role in reviewing and revising all types of forms and educational materials intended for care recipients, examining these materials for relevance, clarity, cultural appropriateness, and clinical accuracy

Health care literacy

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: Interacting individuals related by blood, marriage, cohabitation, or adoption

Family

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type of private insurance that

”brokers” between insurers/providers

PPOs-

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Adaptation Theory

Focuses on the process of change

created by_________

Sister Callista Roy

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Nursing Role where

delivery of health education, flu shots, and counseling in health promotion.

Deliverer of Services

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Theory of Human Caring was created by _______

Jean Watson

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11 Functional Health Patterns

Health Perception-Health Management
Nutritional-Metabolic
Elimination
Activity-Exercise
Sleep-Rest
Cognitive-perceptual
Self-perception/Self-concept
Roles-Relationships
Sexuality-Reproductive
Coping-Stress Tolerance
Values-Beliefs

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the founder of modern nursing.

While caring for wounded soldiers in the Crimean War, she fought for hospital reform by crusading for cleanliness and against overcrowding and lack of ventilation

Florence Nightingale

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Functional Health Pattern where

Position(s) assumed by an individual

Associations engaged in by the individual that are connected to the position(s)

Satisfaction with the position(s)/associations

Relationships affect whole person—may exhibit in other areas/patterns

Roles-Relationships

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model of health where

defines health in terms of individuals’ ability to perform social roles. includes work, family, and social roles

Role Performance Model

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Functional Health Pattern where

Individual’s satisfaction and dissatisfaction with sexuality and reproduction

Sexuality-Reproductive

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Nursing Role where

the nurse strives to ensure that all persons receive high-quality, appropriate, safe, and cost-effective care.

Advocate

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Steps in the Nursing Process where

Put plan and interventions into practice

Adjust plan based on patient’s continually changing condition

Include patient/family in planning & implementing interventions

Implementation

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Described and explained what is nursing is and what nursing is not

Focus on the environment

Florence Nightingale

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level of prevention where

ranges from providing screening activities and treating early stages of disease to limiting disability by averting or delaying the consequences of advanced disease.

secondary

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Functional Health Pattern where

General coping and ability to effectively manage stress

Coping-Stress Tolerance

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may be defined as the failure of a person’s adaptive mechanisms to counteract stimuli and stresses adequately, resulting in functional or structural disturbances.

literally means “without ease.”

Disease

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The American Red Cross is a well-known volunteer-led humanitarian organization that is officially sanctioned by the federal government as a congressional charter, meaning it is not supervised by the government because it is not a governmental agency, but is recognized officially. Founded in 1881 by ____________

Clara Barton

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: used to evaluate the response of the whole person to an actual or potential health problem

Nursing Diagnosis

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Total functioning of a person’s living experience; complete physical, mental, and social well being, not just the absence of disease and infirmity within a developmental context

Health:

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Functional Health Patterns- Family where

Age-specific developmental assessment
Toilet training
Changes from usual pattern

Elimination

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Problem-solving method for developing an appropriate plan of care

Part of Nursing Scope and Standards of Practice

The Nursing Process