NR75.1A Health and Wellness

  1. Who is the Current Surgeon General?




    C. Murthy
  2. This type of Health MModel talks about compassion being the core of healing and nursing.
    Holistic Health Model
  3. This term is a graphical illustration of a wellbeing concept first proposed by Travis in 1972. It proposes that wellbeing includes mental and emotional health as well as the presence or absence of illness.
    Health-illness Continuum
  4. This Theorist believed in Energy fields: the fundamental unit of the living and non-living; and patterns: energy fields that represent the person's whole experience.



    C. Rogers
  5. This theorist believes healing as being the core of things. Looking at the Qualitative, quantitatve,Interpretive, and measurable aspects of nursing. 



    C. Dossey
  6. This theorist has ten tenants that embrace altruistic values, instill faith, hope and honor, authentic listening, healing environments, etc.



    C. Watson
  7. This theorist believed n the Philosophy of Individualism in America. 




    C. Royce
  8. Match the level of prevention with its definition:

    Focuses on those who have a disease or are at risk to develop a disease. ____



    B. Secondary
  9. Match the level of prevention with its definition:

    True prevention that lowers the chances that a disease will develop. ____



    C. Primary
  10. Match the level of prevention with its definition:

    Occurs when a defect or disability is permanent or irreversible.



    A. Tertiary
  11. A pt. with asthma is given prevention education of triggers that could make it worse. Is this an example of Primary, secondary or tertiary level of prevention?
    Secondary
  12. Which of the following is an example of tertiary prevention?




    C.  Physical therapy to reduce the residual paralysis from a cerebrovascular accident (CVA)
  13. A patient who has been paraplegic for over 20 years has recently been admitted to the hospital for an electrolyte imbalance. Based on the levels of prevention, the client is currently receiving care at the:




    C. Secondary prevention level
  14. Which of the following describes health promotion rather than disease prevention?




    C. Ensuring clean air and water quality in a city
  15. This model is seeing where people are at in order to make change in behaviors by looking at individual perceptions and susceptibility to disease: socioeconomic, psychological, cultural, media, self-perception.
    Health Belief Model

    for example: If someone who lives in a neighborhood where smoking is common or has been common, it's easily accessible, and is socially acceptable, they are less likely to think they need health prevention or less likely to quit.
  16. In 1998, DiClemente and Prochaska created the stages of what?
    • Stages of Health Behavior Change:
    • 1. Precontemplation
    • 2. Contemplation
    • 3. Preparation
    • 4. Action
    • 5. Maintenance
  17. The nurse wants to work with her client regarding what he is ready to do rather than simply telling him to be more active. To do this, the RN first asks him how he feels about exercise and what his plans are. The client states, “I know that exercise would be good for me and I should probably work on it.” Which stage does this reflect?





    D. Contemplation
  18. Your patient tells his nurse that he doesn’t see any reason to quit smoking; he already has COPD, so it wouldn’t do any good. According to the stages of the behavior change model, how should the nurse best respond?




    B. It is hard to quit smoking. What things are important to you now? What will be important to you over the next year?
  19. Fill in the Acronym:
    PLISSIT
    • P - Permission
    • LI - Limited Information
    • SS - Specific Suggestions
    • IT - Intensive Therapy
  20. Fill in the Acronym: 
    BETTER
    • B - Bring up the Topic
    • E - explain that you are concerned with the quality of all aspects of the patient's life
    • T - tell the patient that resources are available 
    • T - timing
    • E - Educate  on secondary sexual effects of treatment
    • R - record all assessments and interventions
Author
edeleon
ID
326609
Card Set
NR75.1A Health and Wellness
Description
Lecture Notes Only
Updated