• Windshield survey
    Windshield Survey Data Collection Grid and Paper Carletta Pope and Terra Wheeler HCS/457 July 25, 2010 Dr. Jamal, MD, MPH CERTIFICATE OF ORIGINALITY: I certify that the attached paper is my original work and has not previously been submitted by me or anyone else for any class. I further
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    Windshield Survey Patricia L. Flores NUR/405 Health Communities: Theory and Practice University of Phoenix January 11, 2010 Sue Judlin Windshield Survey The community I have chosen is the city of Rowland Heights California, where I reside. This city is located in Los Angeles Country but
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  • Windshield survey
    Nurs 405 3/21/11 Windshield Survey For the city of Monrovia Many different dimensions and aspects make up a healthy community. If a community has a lock of public services such as emergency services like fire, police and medical the community may be adversely affected. Higher mortality rat
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  • Windshield survey of anaheim hills, ca
    Windshield Survey of Anaheim Hills, California Element | Description | Housing and zoning | * The average age range of homes is 15-35 years; the majority of homes are constructed with brick. Homes older than 35 years are constructed with wood and brick. * The most common style and architec
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    Windshield Survey Of Chicago’s Southside March 28, 2011 By Michel’e Lusk
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    Windshield Survey Reflection Michele C. De Vito Healthy Communities: Theory and Practice April 25, 2011 Amy Weaver
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    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 to
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    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 observe
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  • Community assessment
    Place Fayette, the county seat of Jefferson County, in Southwest Mississippi, is a civic town with a population of approximately 2,242, according to the 2000 census. The latitude of Fayette is 31.711 North; the longitude is 91.06 West with elevation of 290 feet (www.epodunk.com, 2006). The land are
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  • Health promotion community project paper
    Health Promotion/Community Health Project and Paper Focus Group of Forest Park Howard Mohr Community Center After-School Program Forest Park, IL By Susan Reighard Population Health Loyola University New Orleans Online Course Instructor: Dr. Angelique White-Williams May 2010 Health Promo
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  • Nur 405 windsheild survey
    Windshield Survey Reflection Rosemarie Cahill University of Phoenix There are many observations that I have made living in Dutchess County for the 33 years of my life but to actually researching and learning about the community I’ve live in is very interesting. I did find it very challenging
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  • Park place community assessment
    Community Assessment of Park Place Norfolk State University Names of People in Your Group April 29, 2010 INTRODUCTION This following report provides the results of a community health assessment conducted by Group # 00, Nursing Students at Norfolk State University. The purpose of the Com
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  • Nur405-windshield survey
    Windshield Survey My windshield survey was completed in the San Jacinto neighborhood in Amarillo, Texas. This neighborhood is a lower income area known for drugs and crime. Housing in this area consist mainly of rental properties that range from poor to adequate condition. Many different culture
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  • Windsheild survey
    Phoenix University | Windshield Survey | Varana Stampley | | | 9/5/2011 | This Windshield Survey contains information on a small community in Harvey IL. | A community is a social group, determined by geographic boundaries and common values and interest. Its members know and inte
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  • Survey on eating habits
    17 Canadians’ eating habits Abstract Objectives This report is an overview of Canadians’ eating habits: total calories consumed and the number of servings from the various food groups, as well as the percentage of total calories from fat, protein and carbohydrates. Data sources The data are
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  • Community crime profile survey
    Community Profile Questions The small community of Hasbrouck Heights, NJ is the one square mile home to a comparatively tiny population of approximately 7,600 people, including myself. I live on a residential street of this small suburban town where a great threat of danger and harm has never r
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  • Down with community service
    Down With Community Service Dear Editor, I have recently read an article in the newspaper that concerned young people doing community service after they graduate high school. It stated that they should do two years of community service. I disagree with the article for many reasons. Many peopl
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  • The suicidal indian: exploring the state of mental health and healthcare in the native american community
    The Suicidal Indian: Exploring the State of Mental Health and Healthcare in the Native American community Introduction In a 1975 article in the Journal of Psychiatry, James Shore tells us the story behind the conception of the stereotype of the "suicidal Indian." In 1968, Senator Robert Ke
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  • James, e. m. (1998). surviving the social and emotional impact of homicidal loss through local community intervention. unpublished master thesis; lincoln university, lincoln university, pennsylvania
    INTRODUCTION This change project was conducted at the Grief Assistance Program known as G.A.P., located in the city morgue of Philadelphia, PA. The existing homicide group at G.A.P. was utilized to gauge what methods would help the relatives and friends of a homicide regain their emotional equil
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  • Community needs adequate housing
    Why do I want to assist my community in obtaining safe, decent, and affordable housing? Because safe, decent, and affordable housing will help empower communities and promote a healthy living environment. When I was a child, the community in which I lived played a strong role in my development and p
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