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10.A PHN is studying a geriatric population in a high-rise building. As part of the community diagnosis, there are several factors to be examined, including the factor that is particularly significant to designing the program since it alters the outcome. This factor is called the:A.Causal factorB.Mediating factorC.Moderating factorD.Antecedent factor
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ANS: BFeedbackAThe causal factors are the factors that caused the problem.BMediating factors occur between the causal factors and the outcomes and are important to designing the program since they alter outcomes.CModerating factors are factors that can make the problem better or worse.DAntecedent factors are behaviors that existed prior to the health problem.
Objective: 3. Describe the steps in writing a community diagnoses.pp. 118-122Heading: Overview of Health Program Planning > Community DiagnosesIntegrated Processes: Nursing ProcessClient Need: Health Promotion and MaintenanceCognitive Level: Application [Applying]Concept: Nursing;Assessment; Critical Thinking; Promoting HealthDifficulty: Moderate
PTS:1CON:Nursing | Assessment | Critical Thinking | Promoting Health11.When a PHN is working on a community diagnosis for an industrial town with a high incidence of a normally water-borne illness, the nurse researches the characteristics of the problem. This part of a community diagnosis looks at
Objective: 3. Describe the steps in writing a community diagnoses.pp. 118-122Heading: Overview of Health Program Planning >Community DiagnosesIntegrated Processes: Nursing ProcessClient Need: Health Promotion and MaintenanceCognitive Level: Application [Applying]Concept: Critical Thinking;Promoting Health; SafetyDifficulty: EasyFeedbackAThe characteristics of a population are what factors the problem is related to.BThe assessment is the entire process by which the problem is evaluated.CThe population is the group of people that is impacted by the problem.DThe indicators of the problem are how the problem is demonstrated.PTS:1CON:Critical Thinking | Promoting Health | Safety12.A nurse wants to use evidence-based practice (EBP) to develop a program aimed at preventing social isolation in older adults. The first step the nurse should take is to
Objective: 4. Explain the importance of evidence based practice in program planning.
pp. 122-123Heading: Evidence-Based Practice in Program PlanningIntegrated Processes: Nursing ProcessClient Need: Psychosocial IntegrityCognitive Level: Application [Applying]Concept: Promoting Health; Evidence-Based Practice; NursingDifficulty: EasyFeedbackAAt this point, an assessment should have already been done.

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