NUR206LectureObjectives

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PURDUE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING WEST LAFAYETTE NUR 206 HEALTH ASSESSMENT Spring 2011
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PURDUE UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NURSING NUR 206 UNIT OBJECTIVES HEALTH HISTORY/INTERVIEWING 1. Relate principles of communication to the health history. (See Communication Lecture on Black Board) 2. Compare the Nursing Process to the Scientific Method. 3. Identify components of the database. 4. List components to be included in the complete health history. 5. Describe the content of each component of the health history. 6. Describe the process for analyzing a symptom. 7. Define and describe method of data collection 8. Describe components of an initial plan. 2
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NURSING 206 INTERVIEWING PROCESS CLIENT EDUCATION 1. Define what denotes subjective data in the interview process. 2. Describe the process of communication. 3. Identify areas to consider when performing a psychosocial interview. 4. Identify the phases of an interview. 5. Describe internal and external factors that promote an effective interview. 6. Identify communication techniques used to gain information during the psychosocial history. 7. Identify problems and concerns that may develop during an interview. 8. Describe how the client’s thoughts about himself and his life can affect his physical being. 9. Describe how the interviewer’s thoughts, perceptions, and body language can affect the interview process. 10. Describe specific behaviors indicating the client’s emotional status. 11. Describe components of the teaching/learning process. 12. Describe the relationship of client education to improved health care practices. 13. Describe information gained from a psychosocial history. 3
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PERSONAL AND SOCIAL HISTORY (FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT) PSYCHOSOCIAL ASSESSMENT Home and family Where do you live? Describe your home. Who do you live with? Describe your neighborhood and the community in which you live. Describe your family. How does your family get along? How do you feel about your family? What is your role in the family? How do you feel about this role? What is your major responsibility in your family? How do you feel about this responsibility? Who makes the major decisions in you family? Are there any major problems now? Occupation and finance What is your occupation? What is your major responsibility at work? How do you feel about your work? How do you feel about those you work with? Describe problems you encounter at work? Does your income meet your basic needs? What type of problems do you encounter regarding personal finances? Interpersonal relationships Who are the important people in your life? What kinds of activities do you enjoy with these people? How do you feel when you are in social situations? What situations cause you to feel upset, embarrassed, anxious, or angry? How do you handle these situations?
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