Family Assessment Using Mcgill Model

  • Health Assessment Family

    COLLABORATIVE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING PROGRAM (University of Windsor, Lambton College, St. Clair College – Windsor & Thames) Health Assessment NRS 63-166 Fall 2011 Site: St Clair College, Thames Campus Teaching Faculty Linda O’Halloran Phone: 519-354-9714 Ext. 3233 E-mail: lohalloran@stclaircollege.ca Office Hours: Monday’s 1100 – 1200, Tuesday’s 1000 - 1600 or by appointment

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  • Family Health Assessment Using Functional Health Patterns

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT USING FUNCTIONAL HEALTH Family Health Assessment using Functional Health Patterns Micaela Simon Grand Canyon University Family Centered Health Promotion NRS-429V Melanie Escobar RN, MSN September 6, 2012 Family Health Assessment using Functional Health Patterns Assessment is the first tool in the nursing process in formulating health care plans for the individual as well as the family. A through assessment lays groundwork to promote family health (Edelman

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  • Family Assessment Paper

    Paper # 1 Family Process M Family assessment using the Friedman Family Assessment Model. Identifying Data Family Name M. Family Street Address City, State, ZIP Phone Number Human Biology Family Composition Name | Gender | Age | Relationship | Education andOccupation | Physical Health Status | Mr. M | Male | 30 years | Father | College GraduateAccountant | Good health | Mrs. M | Female | 28 years | Mother | College GraduateRegistered Nurse | Good health | Sonia | Female | 6 years

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  • Family Health Assessment

    A family health assessment is the single most important method in determining the health care plan to adopt for each family. This paper will elaborate the nurse’s task in family assessment and how it's accomplished successfully with minimal stress. A nurse plays the central role in health promotion. The author has selected a nuclear family to successfully determine these important tasks. Using the open minded family focused questions, the assessment covered 11 functional health patterns. This

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  • Family Assessment

    Family Health Assessment When it comes to defining family many people have many different ways to define family because it means something different to everyone. Overtime the typically family has changed and is much more diverse when it comes to the individuals that make up the family because of beliefs and values. The way that it is defined currently is a family is a set of interacting individual is related by blood, marriage, cohabitation, or adoption who interdependently perform relevant functions

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  • Assessment on Family Quality of Life

    1974); as the degree to which a person accomplishes life goals (Cella and Cherin 1987); and even quantified crudely as a formula in which quality of life (QL) is a product of one's natural endowment (NE) and the effort made on one's behalf by the family (H) and society (S), such that QL ]] NE ]] H ]] S (Shaw 1977). The meaning of the concept of quality of life is thus arguably dependent on the user of the term, his or her understanding of it, and his or her position and agenda in the social and

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  • Family Assessment

    Health Pattern Guidelines for Family Assessment The 11 functional health pattern areas are applicable to the assessment of families. Family assessment is the focus of this course. In some cases, a family assessment may be indicated (1) in the care of an infant or child whose development is influenced by family health patterns or (2) when an adult has certain health problems that can be influenced by family patterns. The following guidelines provide information on family functioning: HEALTH PERCEPTION–HEALTH

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment Student Student Students In Christ University Family Centered Health Promotion 429V Janet Wall March 24, 2013 Family Health Assessment An assessment was performed using Gordon’s 11 Functional Health Patterns to gather data about a family. “Gordon’s 11 functional health patterns (2007) help organize basic family assessment information (Friedman et al., 2003)” for the purpose of evaluating and identifying dysfunctional patterns and recognize strengths within the

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  • Family Health Assessment

      Family Health Assessment Family health assessment is a great tool to utilize to develop health care plans for the individual family. There are many cultural beliefs and values shared by family members that influence their health perception. Gordon’s functional health assessment is used for a comprehensive nursing data base collection of the family unit using both subjective and objective data. Gordon’s functional health assessment is a holistic approach describing the individual’s biopsychosocial-spiritual

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  • Using an Assessment

    Heubert, R. (2004, August 03). Assessment. Retrieved from http://www.edweek.org/ew/issues/assessment/ This article discusses various assessments that are being utilized differently throughout the United States. There are some states that assesses on state standards and others assess on national standards. All fifty states have some type of statewide test in place that students should take at the end of the school year. Over the past years, school testing has been created several controversies

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  • Friedman Family Assessment

    The Friedman Family Assessment is an excellent tool that can assist a nurse when assessing and establishing nursing interventions within a family. This paper will review and discuss the interactions in a family that consists of a mother, father, grandmother and son. Identifying Data The family consists of the grandmother AB, the mother IB, the father PB , one daughter LB, and three sons’ AB, IB and SB. This family lives in the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The mother (IB) is 59 years

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  • Family Health Assessment

    A health assessment is an important tool in formulating a health care plan for an individual or family. Nurses therefore have an important role in health promotion and by using the principles of Gordon’s functional health pattern it can assist in developing a diagnosis and nursing care plan. The functional health patterns serve as a framework that is adaptable to all models of care that can be used as a tool for nursing diagnosis for individuals or communities. It is based on the assumption that

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  • Family Assessment

    Family Assessment The Rorateivava family is composed of Ro Seru and Naomi ages 57years and 49 years and their children Ratu Sakiusa 32years who is married to Meresiana 30 years and have three young children, Adi Mila 4 years, Ro Jone 3yrs and Adi Vasiti 1 year who also live with the Rorateivava family, Adi Vasiti 33years, Adi Mila 31 years, Adi Filomena 25 years and Ratu Suliana 24 years. They are of I-Taukei ancestry and they hail from Togalevu village and their religious group is Christianity

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  • Family Assessment

    I am a Child Protection Social Worker at Cumberland County Department of Social Services located in Fayetteville North Carolina. I am doing an assessment on Daishon Lockhart and mother April Lockhart. The reason for the assessment is because Daishon was found by police to be home alone during late night hours on August 09, 2013 while his mom was partying in a local nightclub. During the meeting, the client Pfc. April Lockhart brought along her mother Charlene Lloyd, her son Daishon Lockhart. I

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  • Family Assessment

    This paper will discuss the Universal Self-Care Requisites, Developmental Self-Care Requisites, and Health Deviation Self-Care Requisites of assessed family according to Orem's Self-Care deficit theory. Family Profile This large family consists of eighteen children ages four to seventeen. The father (initials F.B.) is approximately forty years old. He is an Admiral in the United States Coast Guard. The mother (H.W.) is approximately forty years old. She is a self employed as a fashion designer

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  • Assessment of the Bhamra Family

    herself and being what her family and culture dictates she should be. She comes from a loving traditional family often tell her who she should be. Anything different from tradition was risky, strange, and a little scary. At first her family appears overbearing and dysfunctional, forcing everyone to fulfill certain roles and not deviate from what is considered acceptable. Ultimately, when Jess feels forced to choose between family and her love of sport, she chooses family, even when her non-Indian

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  • Family Health Assessment

    FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT "Family" is defined as a unit/group as a system of the OR operation of individuals, i.e., living people, having the recognition of belonging by other constituent member(s). Family health care nursing is "The practical science of preventative and remedial support to the family in order to help the family system unit independently and autonomously maintain and improve its family functions" ( Naohiro Hohashi, 2013). In this system of nursing, care is family-centered, which

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  • Family Health Assessment

    The family is measured the natural and fundamental component of the community. The household members make up the family as a structure. The family includes members of different age group from newborns to elders. The family’s activities and reactions influence the patterns of the family as a whole (Edelman, Kudzma, & Mandle 2014, p. 2014). The ultimate aim of the treatment is to expedite the fitness of the family. Family health valuation defines the assessment of actual and potential problem of individual

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  • Tra Using Advice Model

    Introduction TRA is an acronym that means Transfer, Retention and Application. TRA could be done using ADVISE model. ADVISE is an acronym that means: • A for analytical learning. • D for Descriptive learning. • V for Visualization of ideas. • I for Interactive assessment. • S for Split testing. • E for Experiential learning. TRA Transfer Knowledge is being transfer to the student using different methods as video and case studies and presentations. Presentations and videos are powerful

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment The health of a family is a vital part of how that family interacts with one another and how each individual of the family will function in society, later teaching their children about a healthy lifestyle or lack thereof. The family health assessment helps to identify risk factors and potential dysfunction (Edelman, 2014) I interviewed a single parent family home about their health and how they perceive it. This family is an all-male family, an athletic seventeen year

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  • Friedman Family Assessment

    Friedman Family Assessment Wendie Land NUR/405 February 21, 2011 Beth Edwards, MSN, BC, FNP Friedman Family Assessment A nursing assessment of a family is the basis of nursing interventions. Stanhope and Lancaster (2008) state, “By using a systematic process, family problem areas are identified and family strengths are emphasized as the building blocks for interventions and to facilitate family resiliency (p. 567). The following paragraphs will describe a family that has become more typical

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment Grand Canyon University Family-Centered Health Promotion NRS-429V March 14, 2014 Introduction Family has an important role in health promotion paradigm. It consists of two or more person’s lives together or apart. A family is linked by blood, marriage, adoption or commitment to care for one another and achieve their expected part. Nurses finish a holistic nursing assessment of individual, family and community requirements. By using evidence-based context, such as

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment Shaila Rahman Grand Canyon University Family-Centered Health Promotion NRS-429V Melanie Gray MSN October 19, 2014 Family Health Assessment Gordon's Functional Health Patterns provide a useful structural guideline that help nurse or any health care provider to assess any family’s health status and develop a nursing diagnosis according to their need to improve their quality of life. Through each of these eleven patterns of health assessment, nurse can create a systemic

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  • Family Health Risk Assessment

    Family Health Risk Assessment Athena Farella RN, CVN NURS 3200 Professional Nursing Practice: Health Promotion in the Community Kean UniversityProfessor Denise Van Sandt – Smith MSN, RN Professor Ruth Gorrell MSN, RN Professor Keddi Koovits, MSN, RN Abstract The B family lives in Marlboro, New Jersey. They are a family of four leading a very busy daily routine. Through changes in family structure, work routines along with an increase in daily activities of the children Mr. and Mrs. B family

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  • Family Business Models

    Family business models This page intentionally left blank Family business models Practical solutions for the family business Alberto Gimeno Associate Professor in Business Policy and Director of the Advanced Management Program (AMP), ESADE Business School, Spain Gemma Baulenas Family Business Knowledge S.L. Joan Coma-Cros Family Business Knowledge S.L. © Alberto Gimeno, Gemma Baulenas & Joan Coma-Cros 2010 All rights reserved. No reproduction, copy or transmission of

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  • Friedman Family Assessment Model

    .Family Case Study: The Friedman Family Assessment Model (Stanhope, Appendix E pg 1035) provides you with one example of the types of data that need to be collected to conduct a family assessment. This assessment tool is useful when the nurse is assessing the family from a public health or community-based perspective. For this written assignment you will apply the Friedman Family Assessment Model to your own family. This paper is designed to expand upon your knowledge of family as client. Upon

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  • Family Assessment

    Family Assessment Bryan Smith Tulane University Abstract The Gordon’s 11 Functional Health Patterns provides an efficient and well organized mechanism in order to collect data from an individual and all of their life processes (Edelman & Mantle, 2006, pg. 131). With the Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns, it provides the foundation of the nurse’s assessment. “The assessment is a systematic technique for learning as much as possible about the individual”, and the main purpose in collecting

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  • Gcu Family Assessment

    Family Health Assessment NRS-429V-0501 After interviewing the family, compile the data and analyze the responses. In 1,000-1,250 words, summarize the findings for each functional health pattern for the family you have selected. Identify two or more wellness nursing diagnoses based on your family assessment. Wellness and family nursing diagnoses are different than standard nursing diagnoses. A list of wellness and family nursing diagnoses, from J. R. Webers Nurses Handbook of Health

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment A family health assessment is an important tool in formulating a health care plan for a family. This paper will discuss the nurse’s role in family assessment and how this task is performed. A nurse has an important role in health promotion. To perform these tasks the author has chosen a nuclear family. By the use of family focused open ended questions, 11 functional health patterns were covered. This principle is known as the Gordon’s functional health patterns.

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  • Holy Family as the Model of All Families

    first Family close the door of paradise and human race drowned into super complexity but merciful god shown us the road to paradise se through another family . the master carpenter who created this universe born in the of a cattle shed of Bethlehem in a cold December doors of heavens opened a good news for all races grace of god shined as star above that cave blessed mary and joseph praise the lord in silence there begins an exceptional family in the history of man kind . in this family came

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  • Family Assessment

    Family Health Assessment Stephanie Beck Grand Canyon University Family Centered Health Promotion Home Nurs 429V August 9, 2015 Family Health Assessment The Family Health Assessment is used as an all-inclusive tactic to guarantee the health and fitness of individuals and their families; it focuses on ensuring that families recognize their health needs. (Edelman, 2010, Chapter 6 &7) I have had the privilege of interviewing the Varcela family, who is a Hispanic family which consist of Mom

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  • Family Assessment

    Running head: Family Health Assessment Family Health Assessment Teresa A. Harris Grand Canyon University NRS 429V Family Health Promotion June 2, 2011 Family Health Assessment I had the pleasure of interviewing an interesting young couple with an eight year-old daughter who were all very willing to answer my questions openly and honest. The following areas were addressed. Health Perception & Management: The possibility of delays due to her prematurity is what Mom worries most about

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  • Family Health Assessment

    FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT This assessment was conducted after interviewing the Nelson family using Gordon’s functional health pattern. Marjorie Gordon developed a method to be used by nurses in the nursing process to provide a comprehensive nursing assessment. It includes eleven principles for the collection of data and helps the nurse identify two or more wellness nursing diagnoses. It is a systematic and standardized approach to data collection (“functional health” n.d.)

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT April 09, 2011 FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Family Health Assessment The family of my choice is the Jones family. Sarah Jones is 40years African American, born into the Jones family with both parent alive and grandparent alive. The Jones family are devoted Catholic, they believes strongly in their Christian faith. Sarah Jones family has history of diabetes, hypertension, constipation, alcoholism and long history of smoking. Sarah Jones has history of diabetes

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  • Family Assessment

    Family Interview 1. Values and Health Perception A. How would you describe your families overall health? Women- I feel like I am in very good health, with little to no problem Man- I feel like I am in fairly good health, despite being overweight and have back problems. B. What activities does your family do together? We like to swim laps together several times a week. C. Does anyone in your family have unhealthy habits? (etc. smoking, drinking, or recreational drug use)

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  • Family Assessment

    Family Health Assessment Michelle Lowery Grand Canyon University: Family Centered Health Promotion May 24, 2015 Family Health Assessment Functional health patterns help organize basic family assessment information (Edelman, Kudzma & Mandel, 2014). In this assessment there are eleven categories that allows the medical professional ability to provide a uniform and organized approach to review the health and human functions of individual patients and families. When a medical provider can interview

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  • Family Assessment

    The family was asked they have a history of diabetes but there were no history of diabetes in their family. As for their children’s health concerns, the children are healthy and have been seeing their pediatrician on a regular basis. The family denies any family history of dementia or any episodes of forgetfulness and confusion. Moreover, both of their parents are living in Mexico, and they both have no health issues. The couple’s eldest daughter is 14 years old. Due to Mary's condition, their

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  • Cultural Assessment Purnell Model: Cultural Assessment

    Cultural Assessment Purnell Model: Cultural Assessment Ashley Bell Western New Mexico University August 29, 2010 Cultural Assessment Purnell Model Overview and Heritage S. R. is a 31-year old soft spoken Filipino female. Her primary language is English. Her family dialect of Tagalog is understood, but not spoken fluently. Tagalog is the national language in the Philippine society, and English is the second official language. (McBride, 2001) Presently she resides in Pearland Texas

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  • Family Assessment

    Family Health Risk Assessment Beverly James submitted to Laura Lisicki MS, FNP-BC in partial fulfillment of NR 478 Community Health Nursing Practicum Regis University October 17, 2012 Family Health Risk Assessment Health risk assessment is an important component in health promotion and disease prevention in the individual, the family and the community. Choices can be healthy or unhealthy and each individual’s exposure may not have the same implementation. “The factors that determine or influence

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Evaluation Introduction Health Assessment is the plan of care that identifies or recognizes particular needs of an individual and how the needs will be addressed and conducted by the health practitioners or health care systems. Health Assessment is the gathering of information by physical assessment or extensive medical questionnaire. The health evaluation is done diagnose diseases early in characters that seem to be in good health condition. The purpose of the health assessment

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  • Family Assessment

    Family Assessment Stephanie Anne I. Samson NUR 405 April 28, 2016 Penny Horper Family Assessment The saying “Everything begins with family” is not merely a cliché proverb. The textbook definition of a family is “two or more individuals who depend on one another for emotional, physical, and/or financial support” (Stanhope & Landcaster, 2014, p. 601). For health care providers, collaborations with families are significant partnerships in promoting healthy individual

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Heritage Assessment: Evaluation of families, cultures and views on health Anniemae Stubbs Grand Canyon University Culture and Cultural Competency in Health Promotion NURS 429 Professor Alma Celaya June 19, 2016 Heritage Assessment: Evaluation of families , cultures and views on health Cultural Heritage is a concept that is passed on from one generation to the next that depicts how people live, act, behave, or think. It can be a noticeable or vague manifestation. It includes various customs

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  • Family Assessment

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Family Health Assessment Marsha Ricks Grand Canyon University Family Health Assessment Functional Health Patterns Many different people due to their cultural and ethnic background can define family in many different ways. But one thing that is shared by all families is value and health perception. Families are as diverse as the members that make up the family unit. The Family is the primary social framework in which health promotion of wellness

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment A family health assessment is an important tool in formulating a health care plan for a family. This paper will discuss the nurse’s role in family assessment and how this task is performed. A nurse has an important role in health promotion. To perform these tasks the author has chosen a nuclear family. By the use of family focused open ended questions, 11 functional health patterns were covered. This principle is known as the Gordon’s functional health patterns. This assessment

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment Karen Youngblood Grand Canyon University February 02, 2012 Family Health Assessment Gordon’s functional health patterns is a method developed by Marjorie Gordon in 1987 proposed functional health patterns as a guide establishing a comprehensive nursing data base(Kriegler & Harton, 1992). Gordon’s11 functional health patterns are; health perception/ health management, nutrition, pattern of elimination, activity/ excerise, cognitive, sleep/ rest, self perception/

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  • Family Assessment

    Paper#1 Family Process xxxxxxxx University of Wyoming Paper#1 Family Process The J. Family is a neighbor of the interviewer. The initial interview was conducted in Mr. and Mrs. J’s home with their 3 school age children present and included in the interview. Two subsequent interviews were conducted for clarification and additional information over the phone with Mrs. J. The interviews were conducted using the Friedman family assessment model (Friedman, Bowden, & Jones, 2003).

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Family Health Assessment Grand Canyon University NRS-429V Family-Centered Health Promotion March 25, 2012 Family Health Assessment My coworker, Maria, is from the Philippine islands. She came to the U.S. when she was in her early twenties to pursue a career in nursing. She met her husband Joseph at her first job and they married three months later. Joseph is also Filipino and a nurse who came to the U.S. when he was nineteen years

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Family Health Assessment Thresiamma John Grand Canyon University Family-Centered Health Promotion NRS-429V Stout, Kimberly March 11 2012 Family Health Assessment Introduction A comprehensive family assessment provides a foundation to promote family health (Edelman & Mandle, 2011). 1987 Marjorie Gordon purposed 11 functional health patterns to use for guidance in order to facilitate nurses to have a frame work for the family assessment

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Family Health Assessment Laisa Johny Grand Canyon University: Family Centered Health Promotion NRS 429V February 17, 2012 Family Health Assessment Family health assessment is an important tool and crucial to understand family problems, developing plan of care and provision of care according to their needs. Nurses have an important role in health promotion. “Gordon’s 11 functional health patterns are the foundation for the nursing diagnosis

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  • Family Health Assessment

    A family health assessment is an important tool in formulating a health care plan for a family. This paper will discuss the nurse’s role in family assessment and how this task is performed. A nurse has an important role in health promotion. To perform these tasks the author has chosen a nuclear family. By the use of family focused open ended questions, 11 functional health patterns were covered. This principle is known as the Gordon’s functional health patterns. This assessment tool included

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