The Nurses Role in Health Assessment AND i-HUMAN

The Nurses Role in Health Assessment AND i-HUMAN

The Nurses Role in Health Assessment AND i-HUMAN

Write an SBAR note (Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendations) to summarize this assessment.

2. Based on your knowledge of Ms. Gonzalez, what are some specific opportunities for health promotion and/or disease prevention that might apply? What additional questions would you like to ask Ms. Gonzalez to be sure you have completed a holistic assessment and considered opportunities to improve her current health status?

Respond in 1-2 paragraphs and include the following in your response:

State at least three additional assessment questions you would ask Ms. Gonzalez to identify potential opportunities to improve her current health status and prevent future disease.

Based on what you know, identify two priority opportunities for health promotion and/or disease prevention for Ms. Gonzalez. Explain why you selected these two items.

Please utilize the course textbook, weekly course lessons, or an outside scholarly source to support your thoughts and ideas. Cite your sources and provide a reference list after your response.


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