LINK BETWEEN HPM AND CLINICAL NURSING PRACTICE HPM inspired wellness programs

Link between hpm and clinical nursing practice hpm

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LINK BETWEEN HPM AND CLINICAL NURSING PRACTICEHPM inspired wellness programsOne of the most widely used theories amongst practicing nursesHPM utilizes holistic approach to improve patient health overallHelps form therapeutic nurse-patient relationshipI currently utilize HPM by:Providing printed patient education at discharge that patient can utilize after dischargePromoting health and wellness to patientsI can use HPM as an Advanced Practice Nurse to:Improve quality and longevity of lifeCreate specific patient care plans and goals to help patients achieve optimal health status
CONCLUSIONPender’s Health Promotion Model theory is simplistic and broadDespite broadness of theory, it provides specifics on how to help the patient reach health and wellness not only through absence of illnessPatient specific and holistic care are the basics of nursing and this theory utilizes these two conceptsUtilization of Pender's theory on a daily basisHPM has stood the test of time and will continue to do so through continued research and modifications
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