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Health Assessment Midterm 1 NotesSession 1Assessment is the collection of subjective and objective data about a patient’s healthSubjective data consist of information provided by the affected individual. Objective data include information obtained by the health care provider through physical assessment, the patient’s record, and laboratory studies. The nursing process has six phases: assessment, diagnosis, outcome identification, planning, implementation, and evaluationCritical thinking is the multidimensional thinking process needed for sound diagnostic reasoning and clinical judgement. Seventeen critical thinking skills have been identified,including setting prioritiesEvery examiner needs to collect four kinds of databases based on the clinical situation.complete (or total health) database includes a complete health history and a full physical examination.An episodic (or problem-centred) database is used for a limited or short-term problem.It is smaller in scope and more targeted than the complete database.follow-up database evaluates the status of any identified problem at regular intervalsto follow up on short-term or chronic health problems.An emergency database calls for rapid collection of data, which commonly occurs while performing life-saving measures.The concept of health has expanded and is based on the practice model used. The biomedical model of Western medicine views health as the absence of disease. It focuses on collecting data on biophysical signs and symptoms and on curing disease.The behavioural model extends beyond treating disease to include primary and secondary prevention with emphasis on changing behaviour and lifestyle. 
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The socioenvironmental model encompasses the biomedical and behavioural modelsand incorporates sociological and environmental aspects of health.Social determinants of health are the social, economic, and political conditions that shape the health of individuals, families, and communities.
Session 2 Critical Thinking/ Health Promotion/ Culture/ Interviewing/ Health HistoryCh. 1 – 5 resources Phys. ExaminationEnd goal is to explore interviewing techniques required to obtain a health historyFollowing online activities (quizzes and SLS, and EMR), lab, and assessments, your understanding should be:1 . Review the concepts of health, health promotion, and disease prevention2. Articulate an understanding of the basic characteristics of culture and its impact on the assessment process3. Explain the significance of transcultural considerations and how it influences the assessment findings4 . Explain how the interview is similar to forming a contract between yourself and the client5 . Demonstrate a complete interview utilizing the steps of therapeutic interviewing6 . Articulate limitations and barriers to the interviewing process7 . Describe strategies needed when interviewing clients with special needs

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