• Windshield Survey Reflection
    Windshield Survey Reflection Sandra Middlestate NUR/405 June 25, 2012 Windshield Survey Reflection While completing my windshield survey I had many revelations about the community I have lived near all my life. They will be discussed along with three aspects of community life that could...
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  • Windshield Survey
    Windshield Survey Reflection Michele C. De Vito Healthy Communities: Theory and Practice April 25, 2011 Amy Weaver...
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  • Windshield Survey
    Windshield Survey Reflection Windshield Survey Reflection Community health nurses treat communities through the application of the nursing process. The process is community focused rather than treating the individual. Phase one begins with identifying a community. Phase two is the...
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  • essay
     Windshield Survey Reflection Khalilah Hill-Best Nur 405 October 21, 2013 Susan Maxwell Windshield Survey Reflection In a community there are many challenges that arise for members of the community, and the community health nurse needs to be able to provide care in any...
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  • Gist
    , 1996). Multiple data collection sources and methods, including interviews** and windshield survey, should be used and documented using APA format. *Community core demographics and data are to be compared with comparable data from a larger entity, such as county or state. **Each student is to talk...
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  • Windshield Survey
    ( head –to-toe assessment) of the community itself. This involves the generation of data that helps to define the community, the trends, stability, and changes that all serve to define the health of the community (Stanhope & Lancaster, 2011). This windshield survey was conducted from a car and by walking...
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  • Breast Cancer Final
    ………………………………………………………………………………….2 Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………..3 Community Overview……………………………………………………………………………..4 Windshield Survey……………………………………………………………………………..….6 Epidemiology…………………………………………………………………………………….14 Population Aggregate…………………………………………………...……………………….16...
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  • Windsheild Survey Reflection
    Windshield Survey Reflection NUR/405 07/09/2012 Windshield Survey Reflection 1. Alteration in health maintenance R/T lack of knowledge/health beliefs/alteration in self-image AEB obesity/overeating. a. Assess for health factors that contribute to the promotion and maintenance of...
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  • Nur 405 Windshield Survey
    Windshield Survey with Reflection Sarah Kinnard NUR/405 Healthy Communities: Theory and Practice November 7, 2011 Beth Edwards, MSN, FNP- BC   Windshield Survey The first step required for providing community health nursing services involves a comprehensive assessment of the community...
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  • Nursing Research
    objective “Family planning” is a major problem identified in this community. Based on the findings from the windshield survey, teen pregnancy appears to be on the rise in this city. Many young females were seen throughout the city either pregnant or with small children. Young girls were also seen engaging...
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  • NUR 405 Week 3 Individual Assignment Windshield Survey Reflection Paper
    diagnoses are Deficient Diversional Activity, Readiness for Enhanced Family Processes and Readiness for Enhanced Community (“Nanda Nursing Diagnosis List”, 2010). PURCHASE THE ANSWER FILE IMMEDIATELY VISIT http://www.fasthomeworkhelp.com Windshield Survey Reflection NUR/405...
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  • Windshield Survey
    Abstract A Windshield Survey can be described as a form of information gathered by an individual after traversing through a particular neighborhood. It is an observational evaluation that aims at revealing particular aspects of the community such as available resources, community safety, communal...
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  • Assessment and Diagnosis
    Caring for Populations: Assessment and Diagnosis Introduction Pertussis, also known as the “whooping cough”, is a highly contagious respiratory illness that is passed from person to person through coughing and sneezing (Gregory, 2013). Early symptoms are similar to those from common colds, but...
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  • Windshield Survey Reflection
    Windshield Survey Reflection This paper is a depiction of my windshield survey completed on February 26, 2012 in Mesa, AZ; specifically the community dubbed ‘a street named desire’, it reveals my understanding while conducting this survey. Reflection Prior to beginning this assignment, I...
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  • Community Assessment
    eight major community subsystems analyzed utilizing data from the windshield survey, data collection, and interviews with community members. The community of Gruene is comprised of census tract 3105 and a detailed analysis, diagnosis, planning, intervention, and evaluation was performed. The process...
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  • Education Plan Nur 405
    paper will discuss an educational plan for the “T” family, which is based upon a Friedman Family Assessment, community resources gathered during the windshield survey and the family’s input into their unique plan of care. A Nurse's Role in...
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  • Windshield Survey
    SELECTED HEALTH PROBLEMS N492 COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING WINDSHIELD SURVEY NAME: _______________________________ DATE OF SURVEY____________ COMMUNITY NAME AND LOCATION ASSIGNED IN CLINICAL________________________________________ A Windshield Survey is the data collected as the...
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  • Informatics
    paragraphs 15. Supplemental materials . Appendix xxii. Map xxiii. Genogram Time Log * Include time doing Windshield Survey * Date- Write Windshield Can use X2 for no more than 2 hrs. each * Location – Write in community...
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  • Windshield Survey
    Windshield Survey When planning a care plan or services for a community as a registered nurse, it is imperative to be fully aware of all aspects pertaining to that specific area. Such aspects include acquiring knowledge of the community, health-related resources that may be useful...
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  • Caring for Population Intervention and Evaluation
    the problem. Compare your community data to state or national data. This comparison will help to identify a community health problem specific to your community. A summary of this data should be no more than one page. • Windshield Survey: Assess your community by doing an informal windshield survey...
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