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hindering or helping a patient continuous pursuit for health (Nursing Theory, 2013). Pender’shealth promotion model utilizes each concept consistently throughout.Nola Pender’s theory is transparent, consistent and simple all through. The HPM displays noevidence of unemployment. Pender’s HPM is anatomically thorough and built on other availableideas that are professionally- acknowledged. Pender’s theory is adept to be simplified to anyvariety of cultures because of its uncomplicated structure that makes the theory a suitable choicefor research (Heydari & Khorashadizadeh, 2014). ApplicationNursing actions are directed concerning assessments of a patient’s behavior backgroundaccording to the idea that care can be planned to help support the patient break old habits, thatare unhealthy. The directing patients to form healthy new behaviors using Pender’s healthpromotion model. The Health Promotion Model aids nurses in understanding the core elementsof health behaviors as a basis for behavioral therapy or treatment to inspire a healthy lifestyle(Corbo, 2017). Nola Pender’s HPM has been used to conduct several research studies for it isclear to understand and easy to stick. Pender’s model can be applied to any population (Butts andRich, 2015). Rules and regulations in nursing have been revised to reveal the proof established.The research shows, that nurses have been made capable of adapting to policies to reflectevidence found. Thus, forming helpful mechanisms in patient’s assessments and education tosupport healthy life changing behavior patterns.Functioning as a school nurse you are confronted with several students who are in needof making healthy lifestyle modifications. Lifestyle modifications required by most studentsconsist of creating healthy eating habits or a controlled diet while implementing more physicalactivities in their routine. In practice, Pender’s theory could be utilized in a variety of different
PENDER’S THEORY ANALYSIS9scenarios. An example is a diabetic student newly diagnosed requiring medication to help controltheir blood glucose. The student will require a new diet regimen and medication schedule.Utilizing Pender’s HPM to obtain evidence based practice in a policy form for nursinginterventions was one of Pender’s goal when she wrote her HPM. (Butts and Rich, 2010).Researching diabetic students and their activity throughout the HPM; emphasis could be focusedon recognizing interventions that help promote building healthy habits and break habits that arebad to attain healthy outcomes. This theory may be applied in education by teaching colleagues how to help assesspatients and what most appropriate practice is utilized with certain behaviors the patient display.This tool can also be utilized to orient and train new nurses. An article was published by Penderthat precisely outlined recommendations for health promotions for curriculum in multi-levelnursing (Sheenan, 2011).