Canadian Bates' Guide to Health Assessment for Nurses by Tracey Stephen, Lynn Skillen, Rene A Day, Lynn S Bickley

By Tracey Stephen, Lynn Skillen, Rene A Day, Lynn S Bickley

This variation of Bates' advisor to actual exam and background Taking has been totally and broadly revised to satisfy the wishes of Canadian nurses. content material has been extended on wellbeing and fitness promoting, symptom research, customer educating, and documentation, with extra new chapters on soreness, nutrients, and psychosocial evaluate. The vintage strengths of the Bates' dad or mum textual content stay: specified factors of strategy, transparent and compelling visuals, and the easy-to-use two-column structure. The Canadian Bates' consultant contains prompt study articles of curiosity to Canadian nurses and Canadian source sections with pertinent sites. Cultural Icons spotlight targeted issues pertinent to demographic teams in Canada with reference to historical past taking, examinations, and abnormalities.

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Healthy workplaces provide job and employment security, safe physical conditions, a reasonable work pace, low stress, opportunities for self-expression and individual development, participation, and work–life balance (Jackson, 2004). , exposures to harmful substances or high noise levels) and jobs that are stressful because of the use of arbitrary power; failure to meet human developmental needs; conflict; and increased pace, demands, or repetitive content of the labour process (Jackson, 2004).

Physical health status of the teens and their infants. c. teens’ identified lack of knowledge about birth control. d. social and physical conditions that influence the teens’ health. 3. A few nursing students revealed to a faculty advisor that they were concerned about the effects of their program demands on their personal health practices. Follow-up with other students indicated that this was a common concern among the student group. Further assessment showed that the students expressed their belief in the importance of maintaining good health practices, but that most students had discontinued weekday efforts because CANADIAN BATES’ GUIDE TO HEALTH ASSESSMENT FOR NURSES 01Stephen_CH01_F 5/1/09 11:58 PM Page 23 BIBLIOGRAPHY of their focus on school-related stress and limited economic resources.

CANADIAN DIABETES STRATEGY In Nunavut, the Health Promotion Programs Unit (Health and Social Services) is taking a proactive approach and has introduced the Aboriginal Diabetes Initiative as a component of the Canadian Diabetes Strategy. The priorities are to identify people at risk, develop awareness and prevention programs, and provide training for caregivers. Programs with strong government support include the Canadian Health Network; a bilingual Web-based information service that covers an extensive list of health topics to help Canadians make healthy choices (as of April 2008, this service is now incorporated into the PHAC Web site); and the Pan-Canadian Healthy Living Strategy, which addresses risk factors contributing to noncommunicable diseases.

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