Functional Health Assessment

  • Family Health Assessment Using Functional Health Patterns

    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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  • Functional Health Guide

    ------------------------------------------------- Functional Health Patterns Community Assessment Guide * Functional Health Pattern (FHP) Template Directions: This FHP template is to be used for organizing community assessment data in preparation for completion of your collaborative learning community (CLC) assignment. Address every bulleted statement in each section with data or rationale for deferral. You may also add additional bullet points if applicable to your community. Value/Belief

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  • Children's Functional Health Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic for each age group. List two potential problems that a nurse may discover in an assessment of each age group. |

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  • Children Functional Pattern Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: AUTONOMY VS SHAME & DOUBT WILL TOILET TRAINING | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: INITIATIVE VS GUILT PURPOSE EXPLORATION | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: INDUSTRY VS INFERIORITY COMPETENCE SCHOOL | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic

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  • Children's Functional Health Pattern Assessment

    Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: * How does the person describe current health? * What does the person do to maintain health? * What does person know about links between lifestyle and health? * How big a problem is financing health care for this person? * Can this person report his/her medications and the reason for taking them? * If this person has allergies, what does he/she do to prevent/manage them? * What does

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  • Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler 1-3 Erickson’s Developmental Stage: * | Autonomy versus shame and doubt | | Preschool-Aged 4-5 Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative versus guilt | School-Aged 5-12 Erickson’s Developmental Stage: * | Industry versus inferiority | | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic for

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  • Children's Functional Health Exam

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment |Functional Health Pattern Assessment |Toddler |Preschool-Aged |School-Aged | |(FHP) |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: | |Pattern of Health Perception and Health |Toddlers can recognize not feeling well |Preschoolers have a concept of

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  • Children's Functional Health Pattern Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Childrens Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler 1-3 Ericksons Developmental Stage: * | Autonomy... Save Paper Children's Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: * How does the person describe current health... Save Paper Children's Functional Health Exam Childrens Functional Health Pattern

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  • Gordon's Functional Health Patterns

    Family Health Assessment Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V May 21, 2013 Gordon’s functional health patterns has been used since the late 1980s and serves as a guide for nurses in the nursing process. It was created by Marjory Gordon to help provide a framework to aide in the promotion of family health (“Gordon’s functional health, 2013”). Gordon’s functional health patterns consists of 11 categories that help nurses determine how each individual functions. An interview was conducted on a Caucasian

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  • Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt Toddlers acquire new abilities and a chance to shape self-confidence and independence. | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative vs. Guilt The longing to do what adults to creates awkward circumstances. | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry vs. Inferiority Cultivate fresh abilities and understandings,

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  • Vark Functional Assessment

    “programs that require students to use touch and other senses” (Glass, 2003) in their learning experience. This change is necessary to ensure that all types of students are allowed the same opportunities for learning in today’s society. Vark learning assessment has created a short yet in depth way for students to discover a new avenue to learn or to instill their old habits as positive ones. Without the use of hundreds of questions this learning tool is able to keep the focus of every type of learner where

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  • Children's Functional Health Pattern Assessment

    shoes, and white caps which is very uncomfortable to practice in bedside nursing. White uniforms get dirty easily such as blood spot and stains. It has been changed to better way to be comfortable scrubs with design. It looks more professional and functional. Second trend is the advanced of technology for caring for patients. New technology has been invented continuously to improve the patient care for treating and diagnosing disease. Nurses have more knowledge and responsibility for patient care

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  • Assessment of the Child: Functional Health Assesment

    knowledge for promoting health, disease prevention, disease prevention and risk reduction. . The BSN nurse has more opportunities to work in many health care areas allowing for opportunities for professional growth. The BSN degree focuses on the emphasis of evidenced-based clinical practice and leadership. Thus allowing for more career opportunities, more responsibility and career growth (Moore, 2009). The BSN nurse is able to provide a more comprehensive physical assessment and use evidenced –base

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  • Health Assessment of the Famli Using Gordon's 11 Functional Health Patterns

    Assessment of the Family using Gordon’s 11 Functional Health Patterns Grand Canyon University: NRS-429-V October 06, 2013 Health Assessment of the Jackson’s Family, using the Gordon’s 11 Functional Health Patterns. The Gordon’s 11 Functional Health Patterns Assessment is a very useful tool in assessing and evaluating the family’s established health patterns, allowing the care provider an inside look at the overall health of a particular family and able to assist them in setting goals for

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  • Functional Assessment

    geriatric assessment is defined as a multidisciplinary diagnostic and treatment process that identifies medical. Psychological and functional limitations of a frail older person in order to develop a coordinated medical management of illness. It requires evaluation of multiple issues including physical, cognitive, affective, social, financial, environmental and spiritual components that influences an older persons by a team of health professionals may identify a variety of treatable health problems

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  • Health Assessment

    Health History and Screening of an Adolescent or Young Adult Client Student Name:ANKUR SHALI Date: February 02, 2013 Biographical Data Patient/Client Initials: A.S. Phone No: 7089546543 Address: 3249 Polly lane, Berwyn, Illinois. Birth Date:01/16/1988 Age:25 Sex:Female Birthplace: Illinois Marital Status: Married Race/Ethnic Origin: Hindu Indian Occupation: Nursing Employer: Rush University Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois. Financial

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  • Children Functional Health Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame/Doubt (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative vs. Guilt (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry vs. Inferiority (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) | Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic

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  • Health Assessment

    HEALTH ASSESSMENT Winter 2008 FINAL Professor Joann Paoletti Professor Rey Zamudio 1) You have just completed your initial assessment on Mr. K. You have charted that his respirations are eupneic, and his pulse is 58. This type of data would be: 1. objective 2. reflective

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  • Functional Health Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Grand Canyon University: NRS - 434V – Health Assessment October 20, 2013 Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt During the toddler years, children are gaining a better sense of control over their bodies, food choices, toys they play with and even the clothes they choose to wear. When they accomplish this

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  • Health Assessment

    Personal Health Assessment The six dimensions of health are: physical wellness, emotional wellness, intellectual wellness, spiritual wellness, interpersonal and social wellness, and environmental or planetary wellness. I would have to say that out of these six dimensions my strongest three would have to be emotional wellness, spiritual wellness, and interpersonal and social wellness. Being not in any particular order I am going to discuss why I feel these are my three strongest dimensions of health

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  • Childrens Functional Health Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame/ Doubt | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative vs. Guilt | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry vs. Inferiority | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic for each age group. List two potential problems

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  • Functional Health Assessment-Child

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt (Ball & Bindler,2003). | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative vs. Guilt (Ball & Bindler,2003). | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry vs. Inferiority (Ball & Bindler,2003). | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings

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  • Functional Health Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame/Doubt | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative vs. Guilt | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry vs. Inferiority | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic for each age group. List two potential problems

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  • Health Assessment

    Heritage Assessment: Jamaica, Bangladesh, and Cuba Jessyca E. Jackson Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V-O104 August 24, 2014 Heritage Assessment: Jamaica, Bangladesh, and Cuba The Heritage Assessment Tool produced by Prentice-Hall was used to interview three individuals. All the question listed on the tool were asked of these individuals and a discussion of health traditions followed. The following is a synopsis of these interviews and contains conclusions drawn from the interviews. Usefulness

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  • Childrens Functional Health Patter

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy VS. Shame | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative VS. Guilt | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry VS. Inferiority | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic for each age group. List two potential problems that a nurse

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  • Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment

    Chairperson of a Nursing Organization In recent years, teen pregnancies have been on the rise. Circumstances of low infants’ birth weight have been ubiquitous in the Bronx Community. According to assessment data gathered by the Montefiore Medical Center, the Bronx population is responsible for 442 births at Montefiore Hospital, representing 38% of the Hospital total birth. Moreover, research has shown that Bronx County continues to experience a steady growth in cases of Neisseria Gonorrhea. Of medical

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  • Health Assessment

    Assessment of Alcoholic living in a Family Individuals addicted to alcohol are threatened with increased risk of health problems, including liver cirrhosis, cardiovascular diseases, and fetal abnormalities. Additionally, substance abuse can lead to automobile collisions, violence, and injuries. Alcohol can influence worker’s productivity, family problems, or school performance. According to Alcohol Research and Health (2000), “the United States and other countries have expended considerable effort

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  • Children's Functional Health Pattern

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame/Doubt ( Jarvis, 2012) | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative vs. Guilt ( Jarvis, 2012) | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry vs. Inferiority. (Jarvis, 2012) | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic for

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  • Health Assessment

    (Bench Assessment) Heritage assessment Pamela Taylor Grand Canyon University Family Centered Health Promotion Nursing 429 Leslie Minjarez March 18, 2015 (Bench Assessment) Heritage assessment In the seventies, growing up in the inner-city ghetto of Baltimore, Maryland lived in a dilapidated, rat, and roach infested home. In addition, attended public schools, monopoly of corner store that sold unhealthy foods and observing on the streets men shooting dice for money. As nurses, we should

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  • Children's Functional Health Assessment Pattern

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame (Edelman, Kudzma,&Mandle, 2010) | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative vs. Guilt (Edelman, Kudzma,&Mandle, 2010) | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry vs. Inferiority (Edelman, Kudzma,&Mandle, 2010) | Pattern of Health Perception

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  • Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame/Doubt (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative vs. Guilt (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry vs. Inferiority. (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings

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  • Health Assessment

    when laughing or coughing, urine clear, Patient states, “I drink 8-12 glasses of water a day.”  Past history in her 40s of urinary tract infections and yeast infections Neurological System (Exam of all 12 cranial nerves, motor and sensory assessments): Limited range of motion in right arm, detects cold and warm touches as well as sensations. Able to distinguish smells, EOM intact, pupils reactive to light6 cardinal fields of vision, lifts eye brows, demonstrated facial movements. Able to distinguish

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  • Children's Functional Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame (McLeod, 2013) | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative vs. Guilt (McLeod, 2013) | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry vs. Inferiority (McLeod, 2013) | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: (Edelman, 2010) (Jarvis, 2012) (McLeod, 2013) List two normal assessment findings

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  • Functional Health Pattern Community Assessment

    Functional Health Patterns Community Assessment Guide Functional Health Pattern (FHP) Template Directions: This FHP template is to be used for organizing community assessment data in preparation for completion of your collaborative learning community (CLC) assignment. Address every bulleted statement in each section with data or rationale for deferral. You may also add additional bullet points if applicable to your community. Value/Belief Pattern Predominant ethnic and cultural groups

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  • Children's Functional Health Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) | Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Autonomy vs. Shame/Doubt (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) | Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Initiative vs. Guilt (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) | School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: Industry vs. Inferiority. (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) | Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings

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  • Functional Health Patterns Community Assessment

    ------------------------------------------------- Functional Health Patterns Community Assessment Guide * Functional Health Pattern (FHP) Template Directions: This FHP template is to be used for organizing community assessment data in preparation for completion of your collaborative learning community (CLC) assignment. Address every bulleted statement in each section with data or rationale for deferral. You may also add additional bullet points if applicable to your community. Value/Belief

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  • Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment

    Functional Health Pattern Assessment (FHP) Toddler Erickson’s Developmental Stage: 1 to 3 years Autonomy vs. Shame/Doubt (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) Preschool-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: (3 to 5 years) Initiative vs. Guilt (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) School-Aged Erickson’s Developmental Stage: 6 to 11 years Industry vs. Inferiority (Edelman & Mandle, 2010) Pattern of Health Perception and Health Management: List two normal assessment findings that would be characteristic for

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  • Health Assessment

    Health Assessment Physical Assessment Documentation Form Date: __3/1/16________ Patient Information Patient Initials BR Age 30 Sex Female General Survey Does patient appear to be their stated age? Yes Level of consciousness Alert and Oriented to person, place and time. Skin color Pinkish tan Nutritional status Well nourished Posture and position Good posture, sitting upright Obvious physical deformities None noted Mobility: gait, use of assistive devices

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  • Health Assessment

    Health History and Examination Health Assessment of the Head, Neck, Eyes, Ears, Nose, Mouth, Throat, Neurological System, and the 12 Cranial Nerves Skin, Hair, Nails, Breasts, Peripheral Vascular System, Lymphatics, Thorax, Heart, Lungs, Musculoskeletal, Gastrointestinal, and Genitourinary Systems Save this form on your computer as a Microsoft Word document. You can expand or shrink each area as you need to include relevant data for your client. Student Name: | Date: | Client/Patient

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  • Functional Health Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment |Functional Health Pattern |Toddler |Preschool-Aged |School-Aged | |Assessment (FHP) |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: | |Pattern of Health Perception and|*Toddlers rely on their parents for |*Preschoolers now have

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  • Health Assessment

    Running head: FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Family Health Assessment Mary.Mattappally Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V Family-Centered Health Promotion December 18, 2011 Family Health Assessment: Family health assessment is a great tool utilized to develop health care plan for the whole family in a holistic approach for the most effective health outcomes. Gordon’s 11 functional health patterns are used to obtain systematic collection of information

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  • Health Assessment

    Assessment is the first step in determining the health status of the patient. As a first year student and new in nursing field, I admit that I do not have much idea and have not experience doing it. At first, I thought health assessment is all about interviewing and taking vital signs only. But, after reading about the nursing process, I could say that, I was enlightened and gained understanding about the health assessment process. This essay will reflect on insights gained in two health assessment

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  • Functional Health

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment |Functional Health Pattern Assessment |Toddler |Preschool-Aged |School-Aged | |(FHP) |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: | |Pattern of Health Perception and Health | |

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  • Health Assessment

    Warthman, Young & Mackay (2010) state that infectious organisms can harbor and spread by health care workers who touch the patients while providing care. Appropriate hand hygiene is basic to patient health and safety and is the most cost-effective way to decrease bacteria transfer. Barrett & Randle (2008) also state that the prevalence of healthcare-associated infections which are acquired by patients during health care, investigation or rehabilitation in a hospital or community setting can be reduced

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  • Health Assessment

    FAMILY HEALTH ASSESSMENT Family Health Assessment Revathy V. Anderson NRS 429V Grand Canyon University Instructor: Cherryl Llanos March 15, 2012 Family Health Assessment Family health assessment helps to collect information on different aspects of life of a family and recognizes the risk factors before it progresses into a complication. Gordon’s 11 functional health models “is a tool used in collection and organization of health data

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  • Children Functional Health Assessment

    head: FAMILY ASSESSMENT Family Assessment Lisa Barnes-Powell Grand Canyon University Family Centered Health Promotion NRS-429V April 1, 2012 Family Assessment Family is a set of interacting individuals related by blood, marriage, cohabitation or adoption who independently performs relevant functions by fulfilling expected roles (Edelman & Mandle, 2010, p. 173). The student was instructed to perform a family assessment. She chooses the Isaacs family to do the assessment on. Annette

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  • Health Assessment

    Topics Family Health Assessment In: Other Topics 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

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  • Gordons Functional Health Patterns

    Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns Health perception-health management pattern – Perception of personal health & well being, & how health is managed; understanding of how health practices contribute to health status – Assess general health status & usual health behaviours • Nutrition-metabolic pattern – Patterns of food & fluid consumption relative to metabolic need; skin assessment, fluid volume, thermoregulation – Assess eating patterns, appraisal of appetite, weight loss or gain, changes in skin

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  • Health Assessment

    What professional, ethical and legal considerations should be considered when conducting a health assessment? Health assessment must be conducted by someone who has demonstrated a satisfactory level of Competency, for example a qualified nurse. Professions are defined by a code of Ethics. The Code of Ethics For Nurses in Australia, identify the fundamental moral commitments of the profession; Provide nurses with a basis for professional and self-reflection on ethical conduct; Act as a

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  • Childrens Functional Health Assessment

    Children’s Functional Health Pattern Assessment |Functional Health Pattern Assessment |Toddler |Preschool-Aged |School-Aged | |(FHP) |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: |Erickson’s Developmental Stage: | | | |

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