Theory Presentation Draft - Nola J. Pender and the Health Promotion Model (HPM).pptx

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THEORY PRESENTATION DRAFT– NOLA J. PENDER AND THE HEALTH PROMOTION MODEL (HPM)JENNY OLIVERMARYVILLE UNIVERSITYPicture received : Petiprin, A. (2016). Nola Pender - Nursing Theorist. Retrieved from
INTRODUCTION TO NOLA J. PENDERBorn in 1941 in Lansing, MichiganGraduated with a diploma in nursing in 1962Completed her BSN at Michigan State University in 1964Earned her Master’s degree in human growth and development from Michigan State University in 1965Earned a PhD in Psychology and Education in 1969 from Northwestern UniversityAwarded honorary doctorate of science degree in 1992 from Widener UniversityGiven Distinguished Alumni Award from Michigan State University School of Nursing in 1972Distinguished Professor at Loyola University Chicago’s School of Nursing
RATIONALE FOR HEALTH PROMOTION MODEL (HPM) THEORY SELECTIONInteresting and relevant to meUnknowingly using theory of prevention and promoting wellness every day at workOutpatient clinic setting: educating patients on importance of diet, exercise and restrictions to help promote health and wellness to prevent re-injury and promote healing Numerous patient encounters I can specifically relate to the theory Wanting to gain a better understanding of the theory to continue to apply this theory to every day patient careTheory I will utilize as an Advanced Practice Nurse
OVERVIEW OF THEORY – HEALTH PROMOTION MODEL (HPM)Health Promotion Model (HPM) is a middle-range theory Published conceptual model for preventative health behavior in 1975HPM published in first edition of Health Promotion in Nursing Practice in 1982HPM last modified in 1996Poor lifestyle choices can cause frequent health issues that are largely preventableDeveloped HPM after seeing health care professionals intervening only after patients developed acute or chronic health problemsBelieved patients’ quality of life could be improved by the prevention of problems before they occurredDiscovered most nursing models focused on negative motivationHPM focuses on positive motivationFocuses on promoting wellness, prevention, and healthy lifestylesLifestyle modifications can improve health and decrease healthcare costs

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