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NRSG 246 – Learning outcome 6 &7<br />Describe family vulnerabilities<br />Discuss mental health literacy for families<br />
Provincial Nursing councilsteps and stragtegies for advancing patient and family centered care<br /><ul><li>Met on January...
Review strategies and ensure progress was obtained from members
This is only the beginning
What follows are some of suggestions of the council</li></li></ul><li>Adopt a definition and core concepts<br /><ul><li>Co...
5. Do an organizational assessment<br />6. Develop an action plan<br />7. Explore option to optimize and integrate initiat...
Advancing the Practice of Patient- and Family-Centered Care How to Get Started…  http://www.ipfcc.org/pdf/getting_started....
Personal level<br />Unit level<br />Organizational level<br />PNC activities (Provincial Nursing Council)<br />Implementat...
Learning Outcome 6<br />Describe family vulnerabilities<br />Learning Steps<br />Discuss situations that protract vulnerab...
Overall Stats <br /><ul><li>760,000 children – 1 child out of every 9 – lives in poverty
The same as it was in 1989
There have been some variations but have remained tenacious
These stats do not include First Nations’ communities – 1  in every 4 children is living in poverty</li></ul>2008 Report c...
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Learning outcome 6 narrated - part i - presentation

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Learning outcome 6 narrated - part i - presentation

  1. 1. NRSG 246 – Learning outcome 6 &7<br />Describe family vulnerabilities<br />Discuss mental health literacy for families<br />
  2. 2. Provincial Nursing councilsteps and stragtegies for advancing patient and family centered care<br /><ul><li>Met on January 5th to explore patient and family centered care
  3. 3. Review strategies and ensure progress was obtained from members
  4. 4. This is only the beginning
  5. 5. What follows are some of suggestions of the council</li></li></ul><li>Adopt a definition and core concepts<br /><ul><li>Core concepts:</li></ul>* dignity and respect<br />* information sharing<br />* participation<br />* collaboration<br />2. Develop and implement a workshop<br />3. Develop an education plan<br />4. Develop a patient and family centered care steering committee<br />Steps and concepts<br />
  6. 6. 5. Do an organizational assessment<br />6. Develop an action plan<br />7. Explore option to optimize and integrate initiatives and strategies<br />8. Identify currently collected outcome measures<br />* evaluation statements<br />Steps and concepts<br />
  7. 7. Advancing the Practice of Patient- and Family-Centered Care How to Get Started… http://www.ipfcc.org/pdf/getting_started.pdf<br />Strategies for Leadership: Patient- and Family-Centered Care – A Hospital Self-Assessment Inventory. http://www.aha.org/aha/content/2005/pdf/assessment.pdf<br />Advancing the Practice of Patient- and Family-Centered Care in Primary Care and Other<br />Ambulatory Settings How to Get Started… http://www.ipfcc.org/pdf/GettingStarted-AmbulatoryCare.pdf<br />Assessment tools<br />
  8. 8. Personal level<br />Unit level<br />Organizational level<br />PNC activities (Provincial Nursing Council)<br />Implementation strategies – a beginning<br />
  9. 9. Learning Outcome 6<br />Describe family vulnerabilities<br />Learning Steps<br />Discuss situations that protract vulnerabilities in families.<br />Discuss the effects of poverty on families<br />Readings <br />National Report Card<br />Stuart – chapter 10 and 32 – covered in other learning outcomes<br />Potter and Perry – Chapter 20 – self study<br />Learning Outcome 7 – self study as they are only 4 pages total<br />Learning Outcome 6<br />
  10. 10. Overall Stats <br /><ul><li>760,000 children – 1 child out of every 9 – lives in poverty
  11. 11. The same as it was in 1989
  12. 12. There have been some variations but have remained tenacious
  13. 13. These stats do not include First Nations’ communities – 1 in every 4 children is living in poverty</li></ul>2008 Report card on child and family poverty in canada<br />
  14. 14.
  15. 15. Across canada<br />
  16. 16. <ul><li>Lone parents
  17. 17. Disabilities
  18. 18. Social and economic inequality
  19. 19. Unfair practices in workplace and labour market</li></ul>Many faces of child and family poverty<br />
  20. 20. <ul><li>Public investments
  21. 21. GST credit, the Canada Child Tax Benefit, the Universal Child Care Benefit and Employment Insurance
  22. 22. Poverty reduction strategy
  23. 23. “belt tightening”
  24. 24. Even with crucial steps taken by the government it is not sufficient to bring child poverty rate down to a single digit
  25. 25. A benefit of $5,100 representing the cost of raising a child under 18 in a low or modest income family is now necessary (2007)
  26. 26. The level is only at two-thirds of the $5,100 that is required</li></ul>Family security<br />
  27. 27. <ul><li>Full time job at minimum wage is not enough
  28. 28. Working full time does not guarantee that you are free from poverty
  29. 29. Raising the minimum wage
  30. 30. 89% of Canadians support this decision
  31. 31. Increased to $10/hour
  32. 32. Increase federal work tax credits $200/month</li></ul>Working is not working<br />
  33. 33. Minimum wage currently<br />

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