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1ECOMAP & GENOGRAMEcomap and genogram relationshipsAmber D. SchonauerOhio UniversityEcomapJamie’sWorkRuralCommunityLegendDirection of Energy FlowTense RelationshipWeak RelationshipStrong RelationshipAdam’sWorkOutdoorHobbiesChild’sSchoolDebtExtendedFamilyFriendsChurchRonin2 yr.Atticus6 yr.Jamie34 yr.Adam35 yr.
2ECOMAP & GENOGRAMGenogram666652Jamie34 yr.Adam35 yr.RN-Varied shifts parttime. Mother liveswith her & hashealth issuesRN-Night shiftfull timeFemaleDeceasedMaleLegendCatM. 2005Ronin2 yr.Atticus6 yr.
3ECOMAP & GENOGRAMA family health nurse has several tools that can be utilized to create a visualrepresentation of a family and their support system.Two examples are an ecomap and agenogram (Libbon, Triana, Heru, & Berman, 2019).The purpose of this writing is to analyze thefindings of an ecomap and genogram that was obtained from the same family. I will identify themembers of the family. I will also identify different things that hinder and help the family. I willdetail that strength of relationships and the energy flows of these relationships. I will also makeobservations and nursing interventions to highlight areas to the family.The interview is of Adam and Jamie, a couple that has been married since 2015. They

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Interpersonal relationship, Extended family, Jamie, Nuclear family

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