Ns1211 2009 Week 1 Part 6

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  • Ns1211 2009 Week 1 Part 6

    1. 1. Today’s Lecture An Overview:  Staff  Subject  Subject Assessment Introduce:  ANMC Codes & Standards  Nursing Assessment  Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns  Learning Advisers
    2. 3. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception ?
    3. 4. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Health Perception- Health Management Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    4. 5. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    5. 6. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Elimination Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    6. 7. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Activity-Exercise Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    7. 8. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    8. 9. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Sleep-Rest Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    9. 10. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Self-Perception- Self-Concept Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    10. 11. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Role-Relationship Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    11. 12. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Sexuality- Reproductive Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    12. 13. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Coping- Stress Tolerance Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    13. 14. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Value-Belief Pattern Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    14. 15. Gordon’s Typology: Functional Health Patterns Value Belief Sleep Rest Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    15. 16. Reductionist or Holistic? Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Hollow inside
    16. 17. Holistic Nursing Holistic Nursing is “knowledgeable, skilful and human-centred nursing care, which considers that people are greater than the sum of their parts.” (Birks & Chapman, 2009, p 800) Value Belief Coping Stress Sexuality Reproductive Role Relationship Self Concept Sleep Rest Cognitive Perceptual Activity Exercise Elimination Nutrition Metabolic Health Perception Person
    17. 18. References <ul><li>Birks, M. & Chapman, Y. (2009). Complementary therapies in nursing practice. In Crisp, J. & Taylor, C. (Eds.). Potter & Perry's fundamentals of nursing (3 rd ed.). (pp. 799 – 815) Marrickville: Harcourt Australia </li></ul><ul><li>Crisp, J. & Taylor, C. (Eds.). (2009). Potter & Perry's fundamentals of nursing (3 rd ed.). Marrickville: Harcourt Australia </li></ul><ul><li>Gordon, M. ( 1994 ). N ursing diagnosis: process and applicatio n, 3rd ed, St. Louis : Mosby </li></ul><ul><li>Touhy, T. A. (1997). The complexity of basic care, Journal of Gerontological Nursing, May, 5-6 . </li></ul><ul><li>Yura, H., & Walsh, M. (1967). The nursing process: Assessing, planning, implementing, evaluating. Norwalk: Appleton-Century-Croft. </li></ul>
    18. 19. Today’s Lecture An Overview:  Staff  Subject  Subject Assessment Introduce:  ANMC Codes & Standards  Nursing Assessment  Gordon’s Functional Health Patterns  Learning Advisers
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