Develop a pamphlet to inform parents and caregivers about environmental factors that can affect the health of infants.

To prepare for this assignment view the following brief video from the American Medical Association titled, “Health Literacy and Patient Safety: Help Patients Understand.” The video can be accessed through the following link:

Part I: Pamphlet
Develop a pamphlet to inform parents and caregivers about environmental factors that can affect the health of infants.
Use the “Pamphlet Template” document to help you create your pamphlet. Include the following:
Select an environmental factor that poses a threat to the health or safety of infants.
Explain how the environmental factor you selected can potentially affect the health or safety of infants.
Offer recommendations on accident prevention and safety promotion as they relate to the selected environmental factor and the health or safety of infants.
Offer examples, interventions, and suggestions from evidence-based research. A minimum of three scholarly resources are required.
Provide readers with two community resources, a national resource, and a Web-based resource. Include a brief description and contact information for each resource.
In developing your pamphlet, take into consideration the healthcare literacy level of your target audience.
Part II: Pamphlet Sharing Experience

Share the pamphlet you have developed with a parent of an infant child. The parent may be a person from your neighborhood, a parent of an infant from a child-care center in your community, or a parent from another organization, such as a church group with which you have an affiliation.
Provide a written summary of the teaching / learning interaction. Include in your summary:
Demographical information of the parent and child (age, gender, ethnicity, educational level).
Description of parent response to teaching.
Assessment of parent understanding.
Your impressions of the experience; what went well, what can be improved.
Submit Part I and Part II of the Accident Prevention and Safety Promotion for Parents and Caregivers of Infants assignment by the end of Topic 1.

While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

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NRS-434VN-R-Pamphlet-Template-Student.docx

Develop a pamphlet to inform parents and caregivers about environmental factors that can affect the health of infants.

To prepare for this assignment view the following brief video from the American Medical Association titled, “Health Literacy and Patient Safety: Help Patients Understand.” The video can be accessed through the following link:

Part I: Pamphlet
Develop a pamphlet to inform parents and caregivers about environmental factors that can affect the health of infants.
Use the “Pamphlet Template” document to help you create your pamphlet. Include the following:
Select an environmental factor that poses a threat to the health or safety of infants.
Explain how the environmental factor you selected can potentially affect the health or safety of infants.
Offer recommendations on accident prevention and safety promotion as they relate to the selected environmental factor and the health or safety of infants.
Offer examples, interventions, and suggestions from evidence-based research. A minimum of three scholarly resources are required.
Provide readers with two community resources, a national resource, and a Web-based resource. Include a brief description and contact information for each resource.
In developing your pamphlet, take into consideration the healthcare literacy level of your target audience.
Part II: Pamphlet Sharing Experience

Share the pamphlet you have developed with a parent of an infant child. The parent may be a person from your neighborhood, a parent of an infant from a child-care center in your community, or a parent from another organization, such as a church group with which you have an affiliation.
Provide a written summary of the teaching / learning interaction. Include in your summary:
Demographical information of the parent and child (age, gender, ethnicity, educational level).
Description of parent response to teaching.
Assessment of parent understanding.
Your impressions of the experience; what went well, what can be improved.
Submit Part I and Part II of the Accident Prevention and Safety Promotion for Parents and Caregivers of Infants assignment by the end of Topic 1.

While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

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NRS-434VN-R-Pamphlet-Template-Student.docx

Develop a pamphlet to inform parents and caregivers about environmental factors that can affect the health of infants.

To prepare for this assignment view the following brief video from the American Medical Association titled, “Health Literacy and Patient Safety: Help Patients Understand.” The video can be accessed through the following link:

Part I: Pamphlet
Develop a pamphlet to inform parents and caregivers about environmental factors that can affect the health of infants.
Use the “Pamphlet Template” document to help you create your pamphlet. Include the following:
Select an environmental factor that poses a threat to the health or safety of infants.
Explain how the environmental factor you selected can potentially affect the health or safety of infants.
Offer recommendations on accident prevention and safety promotion as they relate to the selected environmental factor and the health or safety of infants.
Offer examples, interventions, and suggestions from evidence-based research. A minimum of three scholarly resources are required.
Provide readers with two community resources, a national resource, and a Web-based resource. Include a brief description and contact information for each resource.
In developing your pamphlet, take into consideration the healthcare literacy level of your target audience.
Part II: Pamphlet Sharing Experience

Share the pamphlet you have developed with a parent of an infant child. The parent may be a person from your neighborhood, a parent of an infant from a child-care center in your community, or a parent from another organization, such as a church group with which you have an affiliation.
Provide a written summary of the teaching / learning interaction. Include in your summary:
Demographical information of the parent and child (age, gender, ethnicity, educational level).
Description of parent response to teaching.
Assessment of parent understanding.
Your impressions of the experience; what went well, what can be improved.
Submit Part I and Part II of the Accident Prevention and Safety Promotion for Parents and Caregivers of Infants assignment by the end of Topic 1.

While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

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NRS-434VN-R-Pamphlet-Template-Student.docx

What role does media/or society play in the development of these disorders?

(needed a reply)Both anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are eating disorders that alter the body’s appearance. Patients are ever concerned with their appearance and bodyweight because they feel they aren’t good enough. They suffer from dehydration that may manifest through cracked lips and involve themselves in excessive physical activities in an attempt to lose extra calories. Most of them suffer from social withdrawal as they attempt to avoid situations that make them eat before others. It results from the low self-esteem they pose mostly because of perceived appearance and body weight and will primarily hide by wearing baggy clothes. Emotionally, these patients experience intense anxiety and are easily depressed by simple things. They rapidly get agitated and experience fluctuating moods from irritability to paranoia.

Anorexia nervosa patients suffer from severe weight loss due to unhealthy behaviors they adopt, while bulimia nervosa patients’ body weight is fluctuating by reducing and increasing significantly within short periods. While anorexia patients skip meals to maintain low body weight, bulimia patients consume food until they experience stomach discomfort.

What role does media/or society play in the development of these disorders?

Many people tend to go for them through the advertisements of various delicious foods and junk on the media. Some personalities on the media influence many youths to want to be like them, thus being involved in unhealthy eating behaviors. Society’s attitudes towards one’s body weight may send them to skipping meals and excessive exercises to keep fit.

What are some important nursing considerations regarding the treatment of a client with eating disorders during inpatient hospitalization?

Eating disorders cause other severe illnesses that must be treated concurrently to prevent complications. Eating disorder patients should be given adequate nutritional teaching to improve their eating behaviors and health on their own. Psychological therapy is critical to change the patient’s perception and attitudes towards self-image and appearance. Nurses should closely monitor such patients to ensure they take drugs as prescribed as many will not adhere to prescribed doses.

(Discussion) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Scott is 8 years old. At 7 AM, his mother looks into Scott’s bedroom and sees Scott playing. “Scott, you know the rules: no playing before you are ready for school. Get dressed and come eat breakfast.” Although these rules for a school day have been set for the past 7 months, Scott always tests them. In about 10 minutes, he is still not in the kitchen. His mother checks his room and finds Scott on the floor, still in his pajamas, playing with miniature cars.

Ten minutes later, Scott bounds into the kitchen, still without socks and shoes, and hair tousled. “You forgot your socks, and your hair isn’t combed,” his mother reminds him. “Oh yeah. What’s for breakfast?” he says. “Scott, finish dressing first.” “Well, where are my shoes?” “By the back door where you left them.” This is the specially designated place where Scott is supposed to leave his shoes so he doesn’t forget.

Scott starts toward his shoes but spots his younger sister playing with blocks on the floor. He hurries to her. “Wow, Amy, watch this—I can make these blocks into a huge tower, all the way to the ceiling.” He grabs the blocks and begins to stack them higher and higher. “Scott makes a better tower than Amy,” he chants. Amy shrieks at this intrusion, but she is used to Scott grabbing things from her. The shriek brings their mother into the room. She notices Scott’s feet still do not have socks and shoes.

“Scott, get your socks and shoes on now and leave Amy alone!” “Where are my socks?” he asks. “Go to your room and get a clean pair of socks and brush your teeth and hair. Then come eat your breakfast or you’ll miss the bus.”

What sort of problems would you expect Scott to have at school?
What are some teachings you might provide for this parent?
What interventions would give Scott the best chance of having positive outcomes?

What role does media/or society play in the development of these disorders?

(needed a reply)Both anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are eating disorders that alter the body’s appearance. Patients are ever concerned with their appearance and bodyweight because they feel they aren’t good enough. They suffer from dehydration that may manifest through cracked lips and involve themselves in excessive physical activities in an attempt to lose extra calories. Most of them suffer from social withdrawal as they attempt to avoid situations that make them eat before others. It results from the low self-esteem they pose mostly because of perceived appearance and body weight and will primarily hide by wearing baggy clothes. Emotionally, these patients experience intense anxiety and are easily depressed by simple things. They rapidly get agitated and experience fluctuating moods from irritability to paranoia.

Anorexia nervosa patients suffer from severe weight loss due to unhealthy behaviors they adopt, while bulimia nervosa patients’ body weight is fluctuating by reducing and increasing significantly within short periods. While anorexia patients skip meals to maintain low body weight, bulimia patients consume food until they experience stomach discomfort.

What role does media/or society play in the development of these disorders?

Many people tend to go for them through the advertisements of various delicious foods and junk on the media. Some personalities on the media influence many youths to want to be like them, thus being involved in unhealthy eating behaviors. Society’s attitudes towards one’s body weight may send them to skipping meals and excessive exercises to keep fit.

What are some important nursing considerations regarding the treatment of a client with eating disorders during inpatient hospitalization?

Eating disorders cause other severe illnesses that must be treated concurrently to prevent complications. Eating disorder patients should be given adequate nutritional teaching to improve their eating behaviors and health on their own. Psychological therapy is critical to change the patient’s perception and attitudes towards self-image and appearance. Nurses should closely monitor such patients to ensure they take drugs as prescribed as many will not adhere to prescribed doses.

(Discussion) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Scott is 8 years old. At 7 AM, his mother looks into Scott’s bedroom and sees Scott playing. “Scott, you know the rules: no playing before you are ready for school. Get dressed and come eat breakfast.” Although these rules for a school day have been set for the past 7 months, Scott always tests them. In about 10 minutes, he is still not in the kitchen. His mother checks his room and finds Scott on the floor, still in his pajamas, playing with miniature cars.

Ten minutes later, Scott bounds into the kitchen, still without socks and shoes, and hair tousled. “You forgot your socks, and your hair isn’t combed,” his mother reminds him. “Oh yeah. What’s for breakfast?” he says. “Scott, finish dressing first.” “Well, where are my shoes?” “By the back door where you left them.” This is the specially designated place where Scott is supposed to leave his shoes so he doesn’t forget.

Scott starts toward his shoes but spots his younger sister playing with blocks on the floor. He hurries to her. “Wow, Amy, watch this—I can make these blocks into a huge tower, all the way to the ceiling.” He grabs the blocks and begins to stack them higher and higher. “Scott makes a better tower than Amy,” he chants. Amy shrieks at this intrusion, but she is used to Scott grabbing things from her. The shriek brings their mother into the room. She notices Scott’s feet still do not have socks and shoes.

“Scott, get your socks and shoes on now and leave Amy alone!” “Where are my socks?” he asks. “Go to your room and get a clean pair of socks and brush your teeth and hair. Then come eat your breakfast or you’ll miss the bus.”

What sort of problems would you expect Scott to have at school?
What are some teachings you might provide for this parent?
What interventions would give Scott the best chance of having positive outcomes?

What role does media/or society play in the development of these disorders?

(needed a reply)Both anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa are eating disorders that alter the body’s appearance. Patients are ever concerned with their appearance and bodyweight because they feel they aren’t good enough. They suffer from dehydration that may manifest through cracked lips and involve themselves in excessive physical activities in an attempt to lose extra calories. Most of them suffer from social withdrawal as they attempt to avoid situations that make them eat before others. It results from the low self-esteem they pose mostly because of perceived appearance and body weight and will primarily hide by wearing baggy clothes. Emotionally, these patients experience intense anxiety and are easily depressed by simple things. They rapidly get agitated and experience fluctuating moods from irritability to paranoia.

Anorexia nervosa patients suffer from severe weight loss due to unhealthy behaviors they adopt, while bulimia nervosa patients’ body weight is fluctuating by reducing and increasing significantly within short periods. While anorexia patients skip meals to maintain low body weight, bulimia patients consume food until they experience stomach discomfort.

What role does media/or society play in the development of these disorders?

Many people tend to go for them through the advertisements of various delicious foods and junk on the media. Some personalities on the media influence many youths to want to be like them, thus being involved in unhealthy eating behaviors. Society’s attitudes towards one’s body weight may send them to skipping meals and excessive exercises to keep fit.

What are some important nursing considerations regarding the treatment of a client with eating disorders during inpatient hospitalization?

Eating disorders cause other severe illnesses that must be treated concurrently to prevent complications. Eating disorder patients should be given adequate nutritional teaching to improve their eating behaviors and health on their own. Psychological therapy is critical to change the patient’s perception and attitudes towards self-image and appearance. Nurses should closely monitor such patients to ensure they take drugs as prescribed as many will not adhere to prescribed doses.

(Discussion) Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Scott is 8 years old. At 7 AM, his mother looks into Scott’s bedroom and sees Scott playing. “Scott, you know the rules: no playing before you are ready for school. Get dressed and come eat breakfast.” Although these rules for a school day have been set for the past 7 months, Scott always tests them. In about 10 minutes, he is still not in the kitchen. His mother checks his room and finds Scott on the floor, still in his pajamas, playing with miniature cars.

Ten minutes later, Scott bounds into the kitchen, still without socks and shoes, and hair tousled. “You forgot your socks, and your hair isn’t combed,” his mother reminds him. “Oh yeah. What’s for breakfast?” he says. “Scott, finish dressing first.” “Well, where are my shoes?” “By the back door where you left them.” This is the specially designated place where Scott is supposed to leave his shoes so he doesn’t forget.

Scott starts toward his shoes but spots his younger sister playing with blocks on the floor. He hurries to her. “Wow, Amy, watch this—I can make these blocks into a huge tower, all the way to the ceiling.” He grabs the blocks and begins to stack them higher and higher. “Scott makes a better tower than Amy,” he chants. Amy shrieks at this intrusion, but she is used to Scott grabbing things from her. The shriek brings their mother into the room. She notices Scott’s feet still do not have socks and shoes.

“Scott, get your socks and shoes on now and leave Amy alone!” “Where are my socks?” he asks. “Go to your room and get a clean pair of socks and brush your teeth and hair. Then come eat your breakfast or you’ll miss the bus.”

What sort of problems would you expect Scott to have at school?
What are some teachings you might provide for this parent?
What interventions would give Scott the best chance of having positive outcomes?

What elements in the patient history and physical exam would indicate the patient has the selected condition or disorder?

this is an assignment

CONJUNCTIVITIS

Imagine a patient comes into your office with your selected condition or disorder.  What elements in the patient history and physical exam would indicate the patient has the selected condition or disorder? Select two differential diagnoses that could be applied to this patient. How did you arrive at the two differential diagnoses? Include history and physical examination findings that would support each of the two alternative diagnoses.

What elements in the patient history and physical exam would indicate the patient has the selected condition or disorder?

this is an assignment

CONJUNCTIVITIS

Imagine a patient comes into your office with your selected condition or disorder. What elements in the patient history and physical exam would indicate the patient has the selected condition or disorder? Select two differential diagnoses that could be applied to this patient. How did you arrive at the two differential diagnoses? Include history and physical examination findings that would support each of the two alternative diagnoses.

What elements in the patient history and physical exam would indicate the patient has the selected condition or disorder?

this is an assignment

CONJUNCTIVITIS

Imagine a patient comes into your office with your selected condition or disorder. What elements in the patient history and physical exam would indicate the patient has the selected condition or disorder? Select two differential diagnoses that could be applied to this patient. How did you arrive at the two differential diagnoses? Include history and physical examination findings that would support each of the two alternative diagnoses.

Describe two barriers to using the theory in practice and at least one method for overcoming each barrier (support methods with sources)

MODULES to select from

Module 1: Research and Nightingale
Module 2: Peplau, Henderson, and Orem
Module 3: Johnson, Orlando, and the 1950’s to 1960’s
Module 4: King and Rogers
Module 5: Roy, Neuman, and the 1970’s
Module 6: Leininger, Newman, and WatsonAll tasks are completed
Module 7: Parse, Erickson, Tomlin & Swain
Module 8: Theories of the 1980’s and 1990’s, Self-Reflection
Assignment:

Putting It All Together

Create a PowerPoint presentation that addresses each of the following points/questions. Be sure to completely answer all the questions for each bullet point. Use clear headings that allow your professor to know which bullet you are addressing on the slides in your presentation. Support your content with at least two (2) sources and the textbook using APA citations throughout your presentation. Make sure to cite the sources using the APA writing style for the presentation. Include a slide for your references at the end. Follow best practices for PowerPoint presentations related to text size, color, images, effects, wordiness, and multimedia enhancements. Review the Signature Assignment rubric criteria for this assignment.

This week, you will develop a PowerPoint presentation reviewing the theories from each module. Please select one theory from each module (1-8) and answer the following questions. You should have 2-4 slides per theory with a total of 8 theories discussed.

Describe the theory
Provide 3 examples of how the theory applies to current practice
Provide 3 positive patient outcomes resulting from utilizing the theory
Explain 3 benefits to nursing satisfaction when utilizing the theory
Describe two barriers to using the theory in practice and at least one method for overcoming each barrier (support methods with sources)
Support from literature clearly noted throughout
The PowerPoint presentation should include at least two outside references and the textbook. The presentation should contain 2 to 4 slides per theory, for a total of 16 to 32 slides.

Total Point Value of Assignment: 500 points

Assignment Expectations:

Length: 2 to 4 slides per theory, for a total of 16-32 slides

Structure: Include a title slide, objective slide, content slides, reference slide in APA format. Title/Objective/Reference slides do not count towards the minimum slide count for this assignment.

References: Use appropriate APA style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. A minimum of two (2) outside scholarly sources and the textbook are required for this assignment.

Rubric: This assignment uses a rubric for scoring. Please review it as part of your assignment preparation and again prior to submission to ensure you have addressed its criteria at the highest level. You cannot pass this class without passing this assignment.

Format: Save your assignment as a Microsoft PPT document (.pptx) or a PDF document (.pdf)

File name: Name your saved file according to your first initial, last name, and the assignment number (for example, “RHall Assignment.