3 Community Health Nursing Diagnoses Based on your subjective and objective

3 community health nursing diagnoses based on your

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3. Community Health Nursing Diagnoses: Based on your subjective and objective assessment findings above for both Weeks 1 and 2, write TWO priority community health nursing diagnoses. NOT use NANDA. Use the following format for the community health nursing diagnoses: Risk of (State the health problem or risk.) Among (Identify the population group affected.) Related to ( State factor(s) contributing to the health problem or associated risk.) 20
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Health Risk/problem of (specific injury, illness, or potential of, complication of, etc) among (specific population) related to (supporting evidence from your assessment findings). Reference: Shuster, George F., (2014). Community as Client: Assessment and Analysis. In Stanhope, Marcia and Lancaster, Jeanette, Public Health Nursing (8 th ed., pg. 413). Saint Louis, MO: Elsevier. . Your CHN Diagnoses MUST be something that a community/public health nurse can do something about. See example below. Note: Poverty is NOT a CHN diagnosis. Remember do NOT use NANDA Nursing Diagnoses. For example: Risk of asthma complications among children in SE Dallas County related to observations of overcrowded living conditions, lack of public transportation (may result in inability to access health care), high number of animals observed living in homes, poverty indications (may result in lack financial resources to purchase medications.) Community Health Nursing Diagnosis #1 Risk of childhood obesity in children from zip code 92692 related to observations and research findings indicating unhealthy eating habits, lack of regular physical exercise and an increased unemployment rate (may cause an inability to purchase healthier foods) Community Health Nursing Diagnosis #2 Risk of increased incidence of respiratory distress in residents from zip code 92692 related to observations and research findings indicating high number of cigarette smoking, secondhand smoke exposure, and air pollution 21
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Reference Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2015). Sortable Risk Factors and Health Indicators . Retrieved from Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2014). US Population Estimates: California . Retrieved from DataUSA. (2017). Mission Viejo, CA: Risky/Harmful Behaviors—Orange County. Retrieved from Federal Bureau of Investigation. (2017, Jan. 26). Crime Reported by Mission Viejo, California, 2014 . Retrieved from Federal Bureau of Investigation. (2017, Jan. 26). Estimated crime rates: State-by-state, 2014 . Retrieved from Leal, F. (2016). California’s graduation, dropout rates improve for the sixth straight year.
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