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Latest document that serves as a road map for improving health of ALL people in the U.S. for the first decade of the 21st century
HEALTHY PEOPLE 2010
A state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being, not merely the absence of disease or infirmity
HEALTH (According to the World Health Organization)
What are immunizations, proper sleep patterns, adequate exercise, and nutrition examples of?
COMMON POSITIVE HEALTH BEHAVIORS
Practices that are actually or potentially harmful to health like smoking or poor diet
NEGATIVE HEALTH BEHAVIORS
Elements that are necessary for human survival and health
BASIC HUMAN NEEDS MODEL
Clients are involved in their healing process assuming some responsibility for their own health maintences, like music therapy.
HOLISTIC HEALTH MODEL
Variables influencing health and health belief practices
Internal Variables:
1.DEVELOPMENTAL STAGE
2.INTELLECTUAL BACKGROUND
3.PERCEPTION OF FUNCTIONING
4.EMOTIONAL FACTORS
5.SPIRTIUAL FACTORS
External Variables:
1.FAMILY PRACTICES
2.SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS
3.CULTURAL BACKGROUND
Activities such as routine exercise and good nutrition that help clients maintain or enhance their present level of health
HEALTH PROMOTION
Education that teaches people how to care for themselves in a healthy way at home
WELLNESS PROGRAMS
Activities such as immunizations programs to protect clients from actual or potential threats to health
ILLNESS PREVENTION
When individuals gain form the activities of others without doing anything themselves, ex: Fortified milk
PASSIVE STRATEGIES OF HEALTH PROMOTION
Individuals gain form being actively involved in measures to improve their wellness
ACTIVE STRATEGIES OF HEALTH PROMOTIONS
Not intending to make changes within the next 6 months
PRECONTEMPLATION
Considering a change w/in the next 6 months
CONTEMPLATION
Making small changes in preparation for a change in the next 6 months
PREPARATION
Actively engaged in strategies to change behaviors, may last up to 6 mos.
ACTION
A state in which a person's physical, emotional, intellectual, social, development, or spiritual functioning is diminished or impaired compared w/ previous experience
ILLNESS
Illness that is usually short in duration but severe
ACUTE ILLNESS
Illness that persists, usually longer than 6 months, and can also effect functioning in any dimension
CHRONIC ILLNESS
The way an ill person might act that they normally wouldn't if feeling 100%
ILLNESS BEHAVIOR
List the 5 Areas of Impact of Illness on the Client and Family
1.Behavioral and emotional changes
2.Impact of body image
3.Impact on self concept
4.Impact on family roles
5.Impact on family dynamics
Levels of Prevention
1.PRIMARY PREVENTION
2.SECONDARY PREVENTION
3.TERTIARY PREVENTION
True prevention, precedes disease or dysfunction, is applied to clients considered physicallly and emotionally healthy. (Health promotion)
PRIMARY PREVENTION
Focuses on individuals or are experiencing health problems or illness and who are at risk for developing complications and worsening conditions. (Diagnosis/Prompt Intervention)
SECONDARY PREVENTION
Occurs when a defect or disability is permanent or irreversible. (Rehab)
TERTIARY PREVENTION
Any situation that increases the vulnerability of an individual or group to an illness or accident
RISK FACTORS
LIST RISK FACTORS
1.GENETIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL FACTORS
2.AGE
3.ENVIRONMENT
4.LIFESTYLE