B2b Implementation Barriers Neighborhood and built environment The patient is

B2b implementation barriers neighborhood and built

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B2b. Implementation Barriers Neighborhood and built environment – The patient is not concerned and feels he will lose the extra weight as he does his normal routine. Education and Economic stability – The patient feels there is no rush to further education because school will always be available. Health and Health Care - The patient is young and may not realize how quickly life can change. B2c. Individuals Involved in Interventions Neighborhood and built environment – The patient downloads an app on his iPhone to track his calorie intake. Education and Economic stability – The patient writes down questions to ask human resources with notes. He locates the number and writes it on his paper to have it all organized and together. Health and Health Care – He identifies a family member that will assist and support him in healthcare decisions. B3. Plan Effectiveness A teach back method assist health care provider in making sure the patient understands the medical information clearly by explaining it back in their own words. When assessing your patient after giving detailed information ask them to repeat back in their own words so you can be sure they understand clearly.
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12 Neighborhood and built environment – Demonstrating and teaching back how the iPhone provides him with daily calculations on calorie intake. Teach-back method will be used to assess the patient understands the importance of calculating daily calorie intake. Teach-back is used to evaluate the education given and how the patient uses the education (AHRQ, 2017). Education and Economic stability – Demonstrates his organizational skills with his notes and questions to ask. Teach-back will be used to assess the information provided and the patients understanding of his role and responsibility to self-manage in this process. Teach-back is used to evaluate the education provided and how the patient comprehends the education (AHRQ, 2017). Health and Health Care – Explaining his reason for the choice he made. And why the person he chose was the right fit. Teach-back will be used to assess the information provided and the patients understanding of his role and responsibility in this process. Teach-back is used to evaluate not only the education provided but how the patient understands the education. Teach- back is a method of return demonstration to show accurate communication between provider and client to ensure the client understands their role and responsibility in this process (AHRQ, 2017). B4. Impact of Social Determinants We all have social determinants that impact our lives. Some are good and some are not. However, it is very important to be able to talk and trust with your healthcare provider so they can help you in every way possible. My patient was a young healthy male. Graduated high school and jumped right into a very exciting career. He has a close relationship with his parents who are his support system. He understands the importance of good health and taking care of yourself. He is ready to pursue more education to further his position in the field.
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