etc she can grasp the magnitude of her condition and understand the necessity

Etc she can grasp the magnitude of her condition and

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etc… she can grasp the magnitude of her condition and understand the necessity for a change lifestyle. Goals Ms. Jones experiencing a decrease in her symptoms is the ultimate goal. She objective is for her to understand the positive effects of her new healthy behavior. She will understand that the abnormal findings in the past have been addressed and resolved. These include: the high blood glucose, fever, high blood pressure, the wound and peripheral tissues, edema, and any pain she is experiencing. One last goal is for Ms. Jones to be referred to a gynecologist to address her reported heavy menstrual bleeding lasting over a week, with intense cramps, and irregular periods. Medium for Teaching Healthy Behaviors
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Patient Analysis and Health Promotion Teach Tool Proposal 15 I would provide a presentation for Ms. Jones, her family and her church community. She expressed her strong bond with her church and family and I feel this would be the ideal platform to get her motivated to change her current lifestyle. The presentation would follow a church function to assure successful attendance by all participants. Her strong ties to religion along with the attendees’ compassion for Ms. Jones will provide an emotional type of intervention to increase her compliance with the lifestyle change. Health Literacy Knowing the risk factors for type II diabetes include race (African American), inactivity, family history, and hypertension (AHA, 2016). Ms. Jones’ must be counseled on these risk factors and made aware of her family history having a strong pattern of hypertension, hyperlipidemia and type II diabetes. The knowledge of these factors will assist Ms. Jones in understanding her medical condition. She must also be made aware that lack of exercise can lead to type II diabetes also. When she understands the cause and effect of her negative behaviors she can start the process of change. Furthermore, understanding that she can control the modifiable risk factors to the progression of type II diabetes will empower her to achieve her goals along with her family and support system to help her stay on course. Flesch-Kincaid Readability Scale The Flesch-Kincaid Readability Concensus based on 8 readability formulas was determined to be a Grade Level: 14. Reader’s age: 21-22 years old or college level (Readability Formulas, 2018). Ms. Jones is 28-years old, well educated and attending college. She fits the criteria for understanding the teaching tool proposal which ensures compliance to the care plan.
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Patient Analysis and Health Promotion Teach Tool Proposal 16 References AHA (2016). Understand your Risk for Diabetes. Retrieved on December 5, 2016 from abetes/Understand-Your-Risk-for-Diabetes_UCM_002034_Article.jsp# . T. Jones, Shadow Health Website, February, 2018.
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Patient Analysis and Health Promotion Teach Tool Proposal 17 Readability Formulas, 2018. Retrieved from: - readability-formulas.php
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