Family Health Nursing

  • Boretzky Family Health Assessment

    Running head: BORETZKY FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Boretzky Family Health Assessment Michelle Phoebe Baltazar Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V September 8, 2012 Boretzky Family Health Assessment Gordon’s functional health pattern assessment is a tool that nurses can use to analyze a person’s whole being that incorporates every aspect of that person. Through this approach, nurses can ensure that holistic care is provided. The Boretzky family was therefore interviewed to analyze

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Families created out of second marriages often begin with high expectations. Parents hope to avoid or to fix the mistakes made in a previous marriage and to find the love or security that has been missing. Some hopes maybe little more than fantasies, but any that goes unfulfilled cause stress. In a structural-functional approach, the family is viewed as an organization arranged in a structure with a hierarchy that enables it to perform necessary functions. The family is organized into smaller parts

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  • 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

    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 Health Assessment

    What are Functional Health Patterns? A functional health pattern is an assessment tool used to help identify family needs in regards to their health. The assessment evaluates weakness and dysfunction within the family that could increase potential risk factors in association with overall health and wellness (Edelman, 2010). By identifying the problem areas allows for intervention and promotional strategies to alleviate the dysfunction. Health Pattern for my family There are eleven areas

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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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  • Family Nursing Diagnosis/Assessment

    Family Nursing Diagnosis and Assessment September 3, 2012 University of Phoenix Nursing 405 Ginger Witherington After spending time with my family and assessing their daily activities it is very apparent that they all need help coping and finding a solution to the growing problem within their home. By using the Friedman Family Assessment as a guideline to identify the structural framework of this particular family, nursing diagnosis and interventions can be drawn as a guide to help with

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  • Family Nursing Diagnosis

    1/23/56 | Family Nursing Diagnoses | Paper Formatter | | [Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document. Type the abstract of the document here. The abstract is typically a short summary of the contents of the document.] | | Cynthia Clayton | 1/15/2013 | | Family Nursing Diagnoses Cynthia Clayton NUR/405 January 21, 2013 Sandra Winters Family Nursing Diagnoses A family, as defined and implemented

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  • Health Patterns: the Taylor Family

    Health Patterns: The Taylor Family Amber D. Yancoskie Grand Canyon University: NRS-429 Family Centered Health Promotion December 9, 2012 Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns is a system that was created by Marjorie Gordon in 1987. This system served as a guide to establishing a broader nursing database. Gordon’s 11 functional health patterns consist of values/health perception, nutrition, sleep/rest, elimination, activity/exercise, cognitive, self perception, role relationship, sexuality,

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  • Family Health Paper

    Jackson Family Health Assessment Grand Canyon University April 7th, 2013 Schauer Family Health Patterns “A family is a set of interacting individuals related by blood, marriage, cohabitation, or adoption who interdependently perform relevant functions by fulfilling expected roles. Relevant functions of the family include values and practices placed on health or family health practice. Health practices, whether effective or ineffective, are activities performed by individuals or families as a

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Running Head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Family Health Assessment Grand Canyon University NRS 429 15 March 2009 Instructor - Catherine Tiwald RN MSN WHNP-BC Family Health Assessment Gordon’s Functional Health Pattern assessment was developed from the belief that all human beings have in common 11 functional health patterns that contribute to their health, quality of life and achievement of human potential. By examining functional patterns, nurses can more accurately determine and diagnose

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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 Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment Valerie McNeil Grand Canyon University: NRS-429 November 24, 2013 Family Health Assessment As nurses it is essential to use appropriate tools to assess individuals, families, and communities. Throughout this paper the writer used The Gordon’s 11 Functional Health Patterns as a guide to assess a family. This family included a mother, a father, one son, four daughters, and two grandsons. The writer developed two to three open minded, family focused questions for each of

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  • Family Health Evaluation

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH EVALUATION Family Health Evaluation Grand Canyon University NRS 429V May 27, 2012 Family Health Evaluation Each family has their own views and beliefs on how they understand health and illness. Different situations pose as difficult challenges to the members of the family. Assessment by using different tools helps the healthcare professional to better understand the family and implement appropriate intervention. This paper will discuss the summarized version

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  • History of Community Health Nursing

    History of Community Health Nursing and Health Promotion/Risk Reduction Cumberland University History of Community Health Nursing and Health Promotion/Risk Reduction For this assignment, I have chosen two articles from the American Journal of Nursing written in October of 1900. Article 1 The first article obtained is titled Work for Nurses in Play-Schools written by Mary Boyle O’Reilly for the first edition of American Journal of Nursing (O'Reilly, 1900). The article discusses how district

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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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  • Family Health Nursing

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH NURSING Family Health Nursing University of Phoenix NUR 464: Concepts of Family Nursing Theory Janet Gradle June 2004 Family Health Nursing Family health has been an important aspect for nurses. Initially, families have contact with the nurse regarding their health care needs. The nurse’s role is work in collaboration with families to assist, provide education, and promote healthy relationships for each individual and

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  • Family Health Nursing Assessment

    Management Corporations. Senior Suites is a private, family owned corporation. The organization operates under the care of an executive, and senior leadership. All decisions and policies are made by the board of directors. The Satellite Senior Center is run by the city’s Department of Aging. Mr. Wolfe holds an accredited residential management certification and a degree in Urban Planning. Finances The Senior Lifestyles Corporation is connected to a family owned business that is primarily set up to attain

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  • Family Health

    Family Health Assessment Family health assessments are an interactive way to gather information regarding family history and dynamics, level of knowledge and interaction. “Families provide the structure for many health-promotion practices; therefore, family assessment informs health-promotion and disease-prevention appraisal”. (Edelman, Kudzma, & Mandle, 2014, p. 150) This paper will review a completed family health assessment that addresses eleven separate topics. After reviewing and analyzing

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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 Health

    Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management How would you rate your overall health? Do you have any past or present medical problems? Any past injuries? Is there a family history of disease or medical problems? Are you taking any action to improve or maintain your health? Nutritional – Metabolic Pattern What do you typically eat on a normal day? When do you eat/how many times a day? What do you drink on a normal day? Pattern of Elimination How many times do you urinate

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  • Family Health Assesment

    Family Health Assessment Felicia Allred Michelle Filardi Sarena Humbert Joy Myers Sandra Ortega Grand Canyon University Family-Centered Health Promotion NRS-429V XU0811WA Brenda Geisler October 12, 2014 Family Health Assessment   In this paper, a family health assessment was completed. A telephone interview was conducted with the head of the family Leonard Brenyah. Within the assessment thirty-three open-ended questions were asked according to Gordon’s 11 functional health patterns

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Select a family to complete a family health assessment. (The family cannot be your own.) Before interviewing the family, develop three open-ended, family-focused questions for each of the following health patterns: Values, health perception Nutrition Sleep/Rest Elimination Activity/Exercise Cognitive Sensory-Perception Self-Perception Role Relationship Sexuality Coping NOTE: Your list of questions must be submitted with your assignment

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  • Family Health Risk Assessment

    Family Health Risk Assessment: Friedman Family Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V October 19, 2014 Introduction As nurses, we are concerned with not only and individual’s health, we are concerned with a family’s health. How a family interacts with health matters greatly influences how an individual will address their own health care issues. This paper uses Gordon’s Functional Health Pattern as the context for a family health assessment and interview that was conducted with

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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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  • 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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  • Nursing Health

    includes your attitudes, beliefs and values. Metaparadigm Concepts Person Environment Health Nursing Person Individual Family Community Population Environment Local/national/ global Ethical Legal Ecological Physical Sociocultural Political Economic Historical Technological Nursing Professional Attributes Professional Knowledge Professional (Caring) Practices Health A state of being that people define in relation to their own values, personality and lifestyle

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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 Assesment

    Family Health Assessment Family is the structural support of society. Family shapes everybody’s character and supports a person’s emotional, physical and psychological development. “Family is set of interacting individuals related by blood, marriage, cohabitation or adoption who interdependently perform relevant functions by fulfilling expected role” (Edelman, Mandle, & Kudzma, 2010). The family plays a vital role in a child’s progression. A functional and loving family is very necessary for the

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  • Family Health Aessment

    FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT LISSY SABU GRAND CANYON UNIVERSITY FAMILY CENTERED HEALTH PROMOTION NRV-429V CHRISTINA BRAIN March 13 2016 FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Family health evaluation is referring the meaning of health to human being or family and how the family maintained and practice health to keep current health condition and assumption and also the importance to maintain health. Based on the paradigm nurses can be able to identify health problems with these method. Overall family health

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  • Public Health and Occupational Health Nursing

    Public Health and Occupational Health Nursing The history of nursing is one of continual growth and development. The development of public health nursing as a profession is no different. The purpose of this paper is to look at how public health nursing has progressed and examine the impact it has had on contemporary work environments. History of Public Health Nursing Each generation brought with it new challenges, and public health nursing grew, along with other nursing professions

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment: Mohr Family Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V Family Centered Health Promotion February 28, 2016 Family Health Assessment: Mohr Family The Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns Assessment is a very useful tool in assessing and evaluating a family’s established health patterns. This enables the health care provider an inside look at the overall health of the family and assist them in setting goals for better health outcomes for the entire family. The Mohr family consists

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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 Health

    Family Health and Nursing Practice University of Phoenix NUR 542: Dynamics of Family Systems May 25, 2010 Traditional hospital based nursing care is most often care provided to individual patients. Individual patients, however, are members of a family. Family nursing practice has evolved over the past 20 years as a way to approach and work with families. Effective nursing care ensures that the entire family’s situation, not only the illness of the loved one, is considered (Maijala & Astedt-Kurki

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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 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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  • Family Health Assessment

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMEN Family Health Assessment Open-Minded, Family Focused Questions: I interviewed my dad on all11 Functional Health Patters. Values, health perception: 1. Do you have any past medical history like surgery or chronic illness? 2. Do you use tobacco, alcohol or drugs? 3. Are you taking any prescription/nonprescription medications? 4. What religion are you? 5. Is there any religious restrictions or practices? Nutrition: 1. Are you in any kind of diet

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  • Family Health Nursing

    Family Health Nursing Nur 464 – Concepts of Family Nursing Theory October 6, 2005 Family Health Nursing Nursing has been an integral part of patient care forever, though not considered as a part of medical profession in the early days. Nursing care has evolved from the time of nursing pioneers like Florence Nightingale and Dorothea Orem to today’s health care environment where, health care system has become more complex and fragmented with specializations. The growth

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  • Health Promotion in Nursing Practice

    Running head: HEALTH PROMOTION IN NURSING PRACTICE Health Promotion In Nursing Practice Elizabeth Carhuapoma Grand Canyon University Family Centered Health Promotion NRS 429 April Herrera July 08, 2012 Health Promotion In Nursing Practice As health care evolves and changes, the roles of nurses in health promotion and prevention have expanded greatly. The goal is to prevent disease from occurring rather than taking a reactive position of treating the client once disease has already occurred

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  • Family Health

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH Family Health Grand Canyon NRS-429V Family Health This is a family of five, the mother, the father, two boys and a girl. They live in Mesa, Arizona, the two boys go to mesa catholic school and the the girl goes to day care four times in a week. The father has his BSN and the mother has her associate degree. Both of them come from the same country, West Africa (Ghana) but from different Home town. The father’s mother is a Queen mother in their home town. The mother

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment Nurses could view family as a client, as one unit with multiple individuals in different stages of transition including adults, adolescents, and small children. “A family is a set of interacting individuals related by marriage, blood, and adoption or by cohabitation interdependently perform relevant functions to fulfill expected role” (Edelman & Mandle2010). System theory helps nurses to view clients as participating members of a family. Developmental theory helps

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment August 17, 2012 Family Health Assessment Health organizations, government and public health mainly focuses on health issues, the prevention of illness and the strategies to help people promote health and wellness. Healthy People 2020 progresses toward the goal of achieving healthy and long lives for each individual. Marjorie Gordon proposed functional health patterns to collect data for nursing diagnosis in1987. He developed eleven functional health patterns that help

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  • Family Health Assessment

    Family Health Assessment Grand Canyon University: NRS 429 V July 1, 2012 A family can be defined as a group of people who lives together and are related by birth, marriage or adoption. The family has various functions which include teaching her members about her values, morals and beliefs especially as it relates to their health practices. Health can be defined as a

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