Health Promotion and Maintenance

Health Promotion and Maintenance - Ellen S. Adkins, RN, BSN...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  2/17/11 Health Promotion General Survey Ellen S. Adkins, RN, BSN FNP/DNP student University of South Carolina
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 2/17/11 Wellness Older view - absence of disease Wellness is an active dynamic process involving the physical, social, emotional and cognitive domains of an individual. Self and self care ability Optimal functioning of the mind, body and spirit Ability to adapt Feeling of well being and wholeness
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 2/17/11 Factors that influence Wellness Physical Activity Obesity Tobacco use Substance abuse Responsible sexual behavior Mental health Chronic Illness
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 2/17/11 The Health Continuum
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 2/17/11 Factors Affecting Health Behaviors Support Systems Psychological state Access to Health care Motivational level
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 2/17/11 Ecological Systems Theory
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 2/17/11 Nursing Theory Sister Callista Roy's  Theory of Adaptation   Jean Watson's  Theory of Human Caring  applied to  a practice setting. 
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 2/17/11 The Nurses Role To assess wellness Obtain a thorough health history Physical Assessment Patient Education Understanding cultural differences in a global society Developing a trusting nurse-patient relationship Health Promotion and Health Maintenance
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 2/17/11 Health Promotion What is Health Promotion ? According to the World Health Organization (2001) the process of enabling people to increase control over their health and its determinants, and thereby improve their health. The primary means of health promotion occur through developing healthy public policy that addresses the prerequisities of health such as
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 2/17/11 Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
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Health Promotion Health promotion is accomplished through health education with the positive outcome of changing behavior and lifestyle to reach a state of wellness. Nurses are active participants in this process every
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Health Promotion and Maintenance - Ellen S. Adkins, RN, BSN...

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