What data is missing from the Neighborhood homepage that would provide a more comprehensive windshield survey?

 

What data is missing from the Neighborhood homepage that would provide a more comprehensive windshield survey?

 

 

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Then, go to œNursing Neighborhood 2.0 under Courses and Products. You can find œRiley family and that is my assignment.

Assignment Part I: Complete a family assessment on the (Riley) family using the Friedman Family Assessment Model located in Appendix B.2 of your textbook. Review information from The Neighborhood database Seasons and Episodes to gather information of the family™s overall health and information needed to complete the assessment. Report your findings in 3-4 pages.

Assignment Part II:What family nursing interventions would you recommend?

Assignment Part III:Complete a windshield survey of the Riley family™s Neighborhood using the Elements found in Table 12-3 of your textbook. Examine the housing, boundaries, characters, community resources, community facts, etc., and information from the Neighborhood Newspaper.Report your findings in 2-3 pages

Assignment Part IV: What data is missing from the Neighborhood homepage that would provide a more comprehensive windshield survey?

Textbook : Stanhope, M. & Lancaster, J. (2014) Foundationsof Nursing in the Community: Community-Oriented Practice(4th), St. Louis: Mosby

CHAPTER 18 Family Development and Family Nursing Assessment 335
Mr. Belfair encourages his family, know my illness is hard to accept now. but we have been through tough times in the past and the family stayed together then. Remember when I lost my job? We all made sacrifices for the family and were a stronger family as a result.
FAMILY NURSING ASSESSMENT Family nursing assessment is the cornerstone for family nursing interventions. By using a systematic process. family problem areas are identified and family strengths are empha-sized as the building blocks for interventions. Building the interventions with family-identified problems and strengths allows for equal family and provider commitment to the solutions and ensures more successful interventions. Some family assessment models available have been developed by nurses (Hanson, 2001d). The Family Assessment intervention Model and the Family Systems Stressor Strength Inventor- (FS1) measure very specific dimensions of stressors and strengths in the family and give a microscopic view of family health. It is a more extensive and specific model that demands in-depth knowledge of family analysis and is useful for doing family research (Hanson & Kaakinen, 2001). One family assessment model and approach developed by a nurse”the Friedman Family Assessment Model and Short F01711 (Friedman, Bowden, and Jones, 2003)”is pre-sented in Appendix G.2.
FRIEDMAN FAMILY ASSESSMENT MODEL The Friedman Family Assessment Model (Friedman, Bowden, and Jones, 2003) draws heavily on the structure-function framework and on developmental and systems theory. The model takes a broad approach to family assess-ment. which views families as a subsystem of society. The family is viewed as an open social system. The family™s structure (organization) and functions (activities and pur-poses) and the family™s relationship to other social systems are the focus of this approach. This assessment approach is important for family nurses because it enables them to assess the family system as a whole. as part of the whole of society, and as an interaction system. The general assumptions for this model are con-tained in Box 18-11. The guidelines for the Friedman Family Assessment Model consist of the following six broad categories of inter-view questions: I. Identifying data 2. Developmental family stage and history 3. Environmental data 4. Family structure, including communication, power struc-tures, role structures, and family values 5. Family functions, including affective, socialization, and health care 6. Family coping
Box 18-11
Assumptions Underlying Friedman™s Family Assessment Model
1. The family is a social system with functional requirements. 2. A family is a small group possessing certain generic features common to all small groups. 3. The family as a social system accomplishes functions that serve the individual and society. 4. Individuals act in accordance with a set of internalized norms and values that are learned primarily in the family through socialization.
From Friedman MM, et al: Family nursing: research theory and prac-tice, ed 5, Norwalk, Conn, 2003, Prentice Hall.
Each category has several subcategories. There are both long and short forms of this assessment tool. The short form is presented in Appendix G.2. In summary. this approach was developed to provide guidelines for family nurses who are interviewing a family to gain an overall view of what is going on in the family. The questions are extensive. and it may not be possible to collect all the data at one visit. All the cateaories may not be pertinent for every family.
OTHER FAMILY ASSESSMENT MODELS Each family nursing assessment model and approach is unique and creates a different database upon which to plan interventions. The Friedman Family Assessment Model is broader and more general. It is particularly useful for viewing families in their communities.
FUTURE IMPLICATIONS FOR FAMILY NURSING Family nursing practice is an evolving area of nursing and will continue to be a significant aspect of health care in the future. especially with the current focus of health care reform in the United States (Hanson, 2001a). The barriers confronting the practice of family nursing need to be integral aspects addressed in new health care delivery systems. Most nursing research has focused on the individual rather than on family health care (Houck & Kodadek, 2001). Research pertaining to family and mental health is further advanced than family and physical health. Recently nursing has awakened to the connection between family dynamics and health and illness. More family-centered research needs to be conducted by family nurses.
FUTURE IMPLICATIONS FOR FAMILY POLICY As a profession, nursing is accountable for participating in the development of legislation and family policy. Govern-ment actions that have a direct or indirect effect on families are called family policy. All government actions, whether at the local, county, state, or national level, affect the family directly or indirectly, in both negative and positive waIN.s_

NURS 242 Windshield Survey Clinical Assessment
Assignment Part I: Complete a family assessment on the family using the Friedman  Family Assessment Model  located in Appendix B.2 of your textbook. Review information from The Neighborhood database Seasons and Episodes to gather information of the family™s overall health and information needed to complete the assessment. Report your findings in 3-4 pages.
Assignment Part II: What family nursing interventions would you recommend?
Assignment Part III: Complete a windshield survey of the family™s Neighborhood using the Elements found in Table 12-3 of your textbook. Examine the housing, boundaries, characters, community resources, community facts, etc., and information from the Neighborhood Newspaper. Report your findings in 2-3 pages
Assignment Part IV: What data is missing from the Neighborhood homepage that would provide a more comprehensive windshield survey?

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