• 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 affect...
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  • Gist
    COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT PROJECT GUIDELINES The Community as Client Model The focus of this assessment is the community. Everyone is part of at least one community. Every community is affected by eight subsystems: recreation; physical environment; education; safety and transportation; politics and government;...
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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 assessment...
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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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  • 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 setting...
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  • Windshield Survey
    For Community Health Nurses to knowledgeably plan services for a specific community, it is essential to know the community, identify health-related resources that may be helpful to members, and learn about gaps in services. One of the ways this can be done is by conducting a windshield survey ( head...
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  • clinical education paper
    University of Phoenix NUR/405 Carolyn Jaffe MSN, PHN, RN. July 21, 2014 Clinical Educational Experience Educating the family and or the community is a role that every nurse must participate in to promote, maintain, and restore health among them.  To accomplish such requires family members receive...
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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. This...
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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 health...
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  • Breast Cancer Final
    A Community Assessment Inside the Breast Clinic at Roswell Park Cancer Institute A Community Assessment Claudia Ames Empire State College Table of Contents Inside the Breast Clinic at Roswell Park Cancer Institute 1 Claudia Ames 1 Empire State College 1 Table of Contents…………………………………………………………………………………...
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  • Nursing Research
    Assessment and Diagnosis: Teen Pregnancy Introduction Teen pregnancy is on the rise. Over 400,000 teen females between the ages of fifteen and nineteen give birth each year in the United States. Four in ten females who had sex at the young age of thirteen or fourteen reported that it was unwanted...
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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 relations...
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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 when...
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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 realized...
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  • Community Assessment
    Gruene Community Assessment: Census Tract 3105 University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, School of Nursing Summary Synthesis Statement An assessment of the Gruene community was conducted utilizing the community as a partner model. This included eight...
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  • Education Plan Nur 405
    patients. It outlines a specific set of actions that a nurse follows to help the patient resolve a nursing problem, which was identified during an assessment. The plan of care’s elements focus on a set of actions, with outcomes that are measureable. It is designed to solve or minimize problems, which were...
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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 observer...
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  • Informatics
    HGT Task 1 Put following rubrics as headings: * Community description * Genogram * Health concern * Population * Health inequity * Data * Resources and partners * Community diagnosis * Outcome or goal * Objectives/Nursing Actions/Timelines * Partnerships ...
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  • world of wars
    One way to get a sense of a community is to drive or walk around it, observing and taking note of its characteristics. These windshield and walking surveys can be an important part of a community assessment. In this section, we’ll describe them in more detail, and discuss how to conduct one successfully...
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  • Community Health
    model, we look at the environment of the individual and how the two interact together. The environment consists of peers, family, community, infrastructure within the community, etc. All these things impact the individual’s perception of their health and they outcomes they will accept for their health...
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