Pragmatic adequacy can be used in many setting Critique Nursing practice

Pragmatic adequacy can be used in many setting

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Pragmatic adequacy: can be used in many setting Critique
Nursing practice implications include providing an environment where the patient feels like he/she feels empowered; A sense of empowerment makes one feel in control of their health. Nursing education focuses on educating nurses on how to educate the patient in positive health promoting behaviors and raising awareness about illnesses. Nursing research- The health promotion model provides a clear roadmap that allows for the planning, intervention, and evaluation (Da Silva Santos et al., 2018, p. 583) Implications for Nursing Practice
HPM can help nurse educators design interventions to implement health-promoting behaviors. Curriculum development must consider perceived barriers and benefits, self-efficacy, and modifying factors. Nurse educators can design activities that enable self-care and monitoring. The interventions using HPM will consider behavioral modification and not just knowledge. HPM should be modified to meet the cultural needs of its target audience. HPM-based training can be delivered in the classroom or via mass media. Implications for Nursing Education (Khodaveisi, Omidi, Farokhi, & Soltanian, 2017)
Nurse researchers can develop HPM models that meets the needs of patients who aspire higher levels of self-actualization. HPM research can center on either internal or external locus of control Self-directed programs Group programs HPM research considers cues to action Media Environment Internally driven Implications for Nursing Research (Galloway, 2003)
This article discusses the negative effect of a sedentary lifestyle. The article also discusses ways that can be implemented to combat this issue at the workstation. Koehne, K. (2015). A new threat to the nursing workforce: Take a stand! Creative Nursing, 21(4), 234-241. Retrieved from This article discusses the lifestyle changes necessary to prevent mortality of hypertension. Amal Attia Hussein, Entsar Abd Elaleem Abd El Salam _, Asmaa El sayed Farid Amr Community Health Nursing, Faculty of Nursing, Menoufia University, Menoufia, Egypt The article discussed the nutritional behaviors of overweight and obese women and how changing behaviors has positive effects on choices. Khodaveisi, M., Omidi, A., Farokhi, S., & Soltanian, A. R. (2017). The Effect of Pender’s Health Promotion Model in Improving the Nutritional Behavior of Overweight and Obese Women. International Journal of Community Based Nursing & Midwifery , 5 (2), 165-174. This article uses the teen population to increase awareness of HPV and the vaccine. The health promotion model was used to show how the participation of the adolescents helped them learn and retain information.

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