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3.A nursing instructor explains to a nursing student that information about a community’s health servicesand resources includes all of the following factors except:A.Service use patternsB.Treatment dataC.Insurance costsD.Provider/client ratiosANS: CObjective: 9. Analyze primary and secondary data to identify strengths and needs of a community.pp. 79-80Heading: Definitions of Community and Community HealthIntegrated Processes: Teaching/LearningClient Need: HealthPromotion and MaintenanceCognitive Level: Analysis [Analyzing]Concept: Nursing Roles; Promoting HealthDifficulty: EasyFeedbackAService use patterns look at how medical services and resources are used.BTreatment data examines what types of health-care issues are currently being treated.CInsurance costs are not considered part of a community’s health services and resources.DProvider/client ratios report whether there is enough, too little, or too much staff workingwith the population.PTS:1CON:Nursing Roles | Promoting Health4.A nursing instructor describes one approach to conducting an assessment as a collection of data about the populations living within the community; an assessment of the assets within the community, such as the local health department capacity; and the identification of problems and issues in the community, such as unmet needs and health disparities, and opportunities for action. The instructor explains that this type of approach is called a:
Objective: 2. Describe six approaches to conducting an assessment (comprehensive community assessment, population focused, setting specific, problem focused, health impact, rapid needs assessments).p. 80Heading: Types of Community Health Assessment> Comprehensive AssessmentIntegrated Processes: Teaching/LearningClient Need: Health Promotion and MaintenanceCognitive Level: Application [Applying]Concept: Assessment; Nursing Roles; Promoting HealthDifficulty: EasyPTS:1CON:Assessment | Nursing Roles | Promoting Health