Contemporary Health Promotion In Nursing Practice by Bonnie Raingruber

By Bonnie Raingruber

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Are there other populations in which talking pill bottles might be useful? 12 Chapter 1 Health Education, Health Promotion, and Health outside after 4 pm because several other children in her neighborhood had been shot while riding their bikes. Marcella lived in a small apartment with her three sisters and her mother. Due to their limited budget, her mother routinely bought foods that were high in calories because they were convenient and affordable. There was no space inside the crowded apartment to exercise.

The WHO in the Munich Declaration called for active involvement of nurses in health policy development. But as The Importance of a Trained Health Promotion Workforce 17 Whitehead (2003c) stressed, nurses often struggle with finding the time and having the skills needed to take an active role in shaping health policy. As Smith and colleagues (1999) commented, the immediacy of the situation in most inpatient settings diverts nurses from participating in community-level interventions, environmental assessments, and health policy development.

Did you describe a public or community health nurse who you observed demonstrating Competency 7 when advocating for a mother by building on one of her existing parenting strengths? ●⊑ In terms of health promotion Competency 8, did you mention that nurses work collaboratively with social workers, psychologists, occupational therapists, speech pathologists, physical therapists, physicians, and pharmacists when promoting patient health? What Do You Think? Think about what health means to you.

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