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Quiz 1 and 2 Blueprint and Study Guide

There are 50 multiple choice questions total. Chapters included in this test as outlined in your syllabus: 1, 2, 9, 10, 13, 15, 18, & 38

This study guide is intended to facilitate your studying of the topics covered in class, from supplemental resources and in your textbooks.

*Identify the central mission of community health nursing.
*Know the levels of prevention.
*Distinguish between health promotion and wellness and identify factors influencing each. *Know the following definitions and or concepts: population, community health nurse, a community, health promotion, wellness, community-based nursing, population-focused care, public health nursing, *Describe the key components of the health belief model; harm reduction model, social learning theory and goal-setting theory. *Distinguish between the stages of the Transtheoretical model (also known as the stages of change theory) and their associated interventions. *Review and distinguish between health education in the communities for individuals, families and groups and health education focused on a community as a whole. *Review the community education process case (Table 15-6) p. 356. *Explain the different roles of a community health nurse and their associated functions. *Identify the barriers to effective communication.

*Compare acute care nursing with community health nursing.
*Differentiate between a community based nursing diagnosis and an individual nursing diagnosis. *Understand the overarching goals of Healthy People 2020; its underlying concepts and historical evolution. *Describe the difference between a goal and a policy as it relates to health policy, public policy and Healthy People2020 goals and objectives. *Identify the components of conflict resolution.

*Describe the components related to a sphere of intimacy.
*Describe the factors associated with social determinants. http://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/about/DOHAbout.aspx#socialfactors *Explain...
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