• Myocardial Infarction: After Diagnosis Chapter 1
    Educational Foundation Incorporated Maharlika highway,Red V,Lucena City Comparative Study on the Lifestyle of before and after diagnosis of Myocardial Infarction among patients in Quezon Memorial Center Submitted by John Vincent Quitoriano Submitted to Sir Kenneth Veluya ...
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  • Changing Behaviors to Benefit Health Outcomes
    Changing Behaviors to Benefit Health Outcomes It is important to assess the willingness and ability of a patient to learn any new lifestyle or behavior changes of the patient who has or had an illness or condition, such as having had an MI. In the Journal of Research in Medical Sciences it states, “According...
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  • Assistant to Associate Professor
    I believe my research, administration, and health services and policy accomplishments justify consideration for promotion to associate professor (full-time, non-tenure-eligible) with the career track of clinician-educator in the domains of research and health services. These accomplishments have led to...
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  • Heart Healthy Diet
    point with discussion to a middle-aged African American male who presented to the emergency room with chest pain and was admitted to rule out a myocardial infarction. The patient’s wife and two children are present at the bedside. I will provide the patient and his family with education regarding a heart...
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  • Health Psychology
    In his landmark paper (Engal 1977) argued that the biomedical; model of physical illness was no longer satisfactory. The traditional biomedical model assumes that all illness reflects only biological functions. From the biomedical model the onset and course of chronic physical illness, and psychological...
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  • Nursing
    INTRODUCTION. The Code of Professional Conduct (NMC 2002) states that nurses are accountable for their decisions. With the recent developments in the health service, nurses need to demonstrate how these complex decisions are made. Using a reflective cycle, I will be looking at the theory of decision...
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  • Heart Disease in Women
    disease do not display symptoms of the disease for decades, even as it progresses. The first onsets of symptoms are often sudden resulting in myocardial infarctions, also known as heart attacks. (American Heart Association, 2011; DeVon, & Zerwic, 2003). Some but not all of the causes of the disorder are...
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  • Health Belief Model
    Using the health belief model, how can the nurse encourage a patient, who is status post myocardial infarction, to make immediate and permanent behavior changes in his or her eating habits and activity levels especially when the patient views these changes to be insurmountable? Provide a nursing diagnosis...
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  • Research
    An exploration of a health related agency. The following piece of work will explore the role and functions of a health related agency, and discuss how it may enhance health. The author will give a definition of health and health promotion. The chosen agency for this assignment is the British Heart...
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  • Health Promotion
    Running head: HEALTH PROMOTION IN NURSING Health Promotion in Nursing xxxxxxxxxxxx March 03, 2011 Health Promotion in Nursing Though the focus of health promotion in the past has been mostly physical wellness, nurses have been supporting and promoting physical, mental, and social wellness...
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  • AAAAAAAAAAA
    Health Assessment Gathering information about the health status of a patient, analyzing and synthesizing those data, making judgments about nursing interventions based on the findings and evaluating patient care outcomes. Wellness Process by which people maintain balance and direction in the most...
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  • Patient Satisfaction
    theories are based on the concept of caring. Watsons Human caring theory one of the well-known caring theory. The institution I work for uses the caring model which is based on the human caring theory of Jean Watson. “Transpersonal Caring Relationship” is the foundation of her theory. Watson based her theory...
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  • Heart Attack
    ST-segment elevation acute myocardial infarction". Circulation Journal 70 (3): 222–226. doi:10.1253/circj.70.222. PMID 16501283. http://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/circj/70/3/222/_pdf. Retrieved on 31 May 2008. # ^ a b (PDF)The World Health Report 2004 - Changing History. World Health Organization. 2004....
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  • Behavioral Health Education
    Bibliography on the Three Major Levels of Theories in Behavioral Health Education Individual Level Prochaska, J. M., Prochaska, J. O., Cohen, F. C., Gomes, S. O., Laforge, R. G., & Eastwood, A. L. (2004). The Transtheoretical Model of Change for Multi-level Interventions for Alcohol Abuse on...
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  • Segmented Healt
    Study of cardiac mechanics of non-treated myocardial infarction Approximately 565,000 Americans experience a myocardial infarction every year and 75% of men and 65% of women survive only for at least one year. Similarly, the World Health Organisation estimates that heart disease kills 16.7 million...
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  • Nursing Care Study
    Ann’s consent was gained prior to starting this care study. The care study will be developed using the Nursing process and the Roper, Logan and Tierney model. These will both be outlined. The assignment will focus on the assessment process and one problem identified during the assessment and the nursing care...
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  • Pathophysiology
    Ellis Unstable Angina, edited by John D. Rutherford Beta-Blockers and Cardiac Arrhythmias, edited by Prakash C. Deedwania Exercise and the Heart in Health and Disease, edited by Roy J. Shephard and Henry S. Miller, Jr. Cardiopulmonary Physiology in Critical Care, edited by Steven M. Scharf Atherosclerotic...
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  • Sexuality
    can be displayed through a broad range of social emotional, spiritual, sensual and physicals means. It may be expressed as feelings, attitudes and beliefs, needs, desires and fantasies. The term encompasses emotional intimacy and any form of sexual activity or habit including pro-creational, recreational...
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  • Behavioral Treatment Approach
    encouraged to avoid the use of pharmocotherapies for medical reasons (eg, pregnant smokers or smokers with medical contraindications such as post-myocardial infarction or seizure disorder).'-^ Behavioral interventions for smoking offer important alternatives to quitting on one's own. Even more important, behavioral...
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  • nursing research
    of GP and nurse attitudes and beliefs towards depression after myocardial infarction Joanne Haws, Janet Ramjeet and Richard Gray 2011 2011 Blackwell Publishing Ltd, Journal of Clinical Nursing, 20, 3215–3223 Aim--- to investigate attitudes to depression after myocardial iunfraction Background. Depression...
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