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Welcome to Community Health Nursing-NURS 416
Transcript of Welcome to Community Health Nursing-NURS 416
My Responsibilities to You:
1 sheet of paper
List what you believe to be my responsiblities to you...
Your Responsibilities to the Class:
At the bottom of that same paper
List what you believe are your responsibilities to me & this class.
What do you want from me?
Who are you?
NURS 416 Students
A. Under 25
E. 55 and under
B. Office (e.g., MD, NP)
C. Industry (e.g., Legal, Corporate)
D. Community (e.g., Home care, School)
Attitude towards 416
A. I am annoyed I have to even take this class.
B. I am keeping an open mind
C. I am thinking of becoming a public health nurse, so bring it!
D. I don't care, I just better get a good grade.
E. 30 or more
What is the community?
Where is the community?
What does a healthy community look like?
How will we assure it?
Does everyone agree on what respect means?
A "safe space"
Curating new ideas
What will be off-limits/dealbreakers?
NURS 416: Our Terms
Community. (n.d.). Merriam-Webster.com. Retrieved August 25, 2013, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/community
a unified body of individuals: as
a : the people with common interests living in a particular area; broadly : the area itself <the problems of a large community>
b : an interacting population of various kinds of individuals (as species) in a common location
c : a group of people with a common characteristic or interest living together within a larger society <a community of retired persons>
The Community As Client
Who am I?
Levels of Public Health Nursing Practice
Home health care agency
Nurses aides training program
Grassroots Community Development Center
Basic Care Needs
Home Health Agency
Comm. Dev. Center
Clin II RN-Massey CC Acute Care/Inpatient-CC2
RN/LPN-Lead Instructor-Pharmacology & Adults III med/surg
RN-Clinical Instructor-VCU: CC2, N1-rehab, N9-stepdown, M10E/W-cardiac; SRMC: 4E/4W,-telemetry/oncology 2E; JRH: 2SA-type II diabetes
BSN-Lead Instructor-Community Health Nursing
Scope and Standards of Practice
Omari II (Deuce)
10 Essential Services of
1. Monitor Health
2. Diagnostic & Investigate
3. Inform, Educate & Empower
4. Mobilize Community Partnerships
5. Develop Policies
6. Enforce Laws
7. Link to/Provide Care
8. Assure Competent Workforce
10. System Management & Research
A. is already giving me grief…
B. seems like a gnarly little device…
C. was required, so whatever…
D. …WTH is an i>clicker?
Elizabeth Miles-systems tests 9-9:15
Fay Parpart-416 Clinical Intro 9:15-9:45
Intros/Break I 9:45-10:00
Prof. Johnson Syllabus and Blackboard Introduction 10:00-10:25
Roy Brown –VCU Libraries 10:25-10:50
Break II 10:50-11
Prof. Johnson Class #1 Lecture 11-11:50
Which of the following is an example of a health promotion activity?
A. The nurse assists an elderly couple with transportation
B. A school nurse keeps a record of children who need access to
C. A group of nursing students provides education on the
importance of physical activity to a group of seniors
D. A nurse in the emergency room brings coffee to the husband of a
E. All of the above
Protective Factors AND Risk Factors
Analyze assessment data
The Nursing Process?
Sr. Callista Roy