Teaching Project: Handwashing
University of Phoenix
College of Nursing
NUR/405 – Healthy Communities: Theory and Practice
|Teaching Project Outline: Handwashing | |Content | |Aggregate population selected: | | | |Hispanic family of 5: Mother, Father, 3 children | |Mother age 30, father age 29, children 9,8, and 2 ½ years old | |Located in Katy, Texas | |Assessment of group needs: | | | |This family’s needs were determined by observing the family in their natural setting and determining their personal | |hygiene habits. Once their routines were determined, I assessed for any knowledge deficit. I also surveyed the family | |about when they think they should wash their hands, when they normally wash their hands, and how they rate the | |importance of hand washing. | | | |When asked, “How often should you wash your hands?” (once daily, three times daily, whenever visibly soiled, before | |eating, and after...
References: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2012). Retrieved from http://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/
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