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negatively, are important to consider. These factors can help the nurse determine if a program is a good fit for the community.PTS:1CON:Critical Thinking | Evidence-Based Practice | Promoting Health19.Incommunity organizing, the PHN recognizes that her role is that of a:SELECT ALL THAT APPLY.Objective: 2. Identify components of different health planning modelspp. 116-117Heading: Overview of Health Program Planning >Key Components of Health Program Planning
Integrated Processes: Nursing ProcessClient Need: Health Promotion and MaintenanceCognitive Level: Applying [Application]Concept: Promoting Health; Nursing Roles; CollaborationDifficulty: EasyFeedbackPTS:1CON:Promoting Health | Nursing Roles | Collaboration20.When considering the outcomes of a planned intervention, a nurse should measure which of the following types of outcomes?SELECT ALL THAT APPLY.Objective: 2. Identify components of different health planning models.pp. 111-116Heading: Overview of Health Program Planning >Health Program Planning ModelsIntegrated Processes: Nursing ProcessClient Need: Health Promotion andMaintenanceCognitive Level: Analysis[Analyzing]Concept: Critical Thinking; Promoting HealthDifficulty: EasyFeedback1This is correct. Short-term outcomes provide good feedback and direction for the program.2This is correct. Medium-term outcomes determine whether a program is beneficial.3This is correct. Changes in knowledge, skills, and behavior are indicators as to whether a program is working.4This is incorrect. Long-term refers to the impact of a program rather than the outcomes.5This is correct. Unexpected or unintended outcomes, although perhaps not part of the program’s goal, will be an important part of the evaluation.PTS:1CON:Critical Thinking | Promoting Health