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They can also learn to include all the coworkers and to involve the family members to help build support systems. The worksite can also learn to change Policy and Environmental approaches to making proper healthy choices for their employees and their families. In this part they will learn how to change food choices in the cafeteria and/or in the vending machines. They can also learn how to initiate on-site exercise facilities.
In learning anything one must have the motivation to learn and to participate in the learning. What is motivation? It describes the forces acting on or within ways to maintain certain behaviors. It would depend on the readiness to learn. In learning about how to motivate workers to improve their health status in dealing with Heart Disease they learn about the necessary reinforcers, to see if their needs are still being met, to learn what experiences are causing the problem and how to change it, and also to see if they can identify the causes of the problem they are having. Are we motivated to make the necessary changes to improve life. (Redman, 1993) In working in sociocultural factors and heart disease and in forming learning activities one must learn about the formal and informal channels of communication between health programs and the community. We must learn about the barriers that may be the result of differences in cultural beliefs and practices.
In writing this care plan for heart disease the community will learn how to make changes in their diets and exercise programs. They will learn how to check their blood pressure and to plan an exercise program that fits with their lifestyles. They will learn what will motivate workers to make the changes they are needed to improve their
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Objectives- These objectives are developmental. 1. The community will increase their overall cardiovascular health in the United States population. 2. The community will reduce coronary heart disease deaths. 3. The community will reduce stroke death. 4. The community will increase the proportion of adults who have had their blood pressure measured within the preceding two years and can state whether their blood pressure was normal or high.
The individual should not encounter any bias or discrimination in school, employment or when the need arises for medical care. Each person has their basic needs that must be met while progressing through the different stages of development. One should be given choices, and be allowed to have an input in their care or treatment plan.
Overt cues may be client statements as “I am going to kill myself.” Covert cues may be client statements as “Nothing seems helpful, I want to have a good rest” (Videbect, p.121).
Encourage the client to have an “emotion notebook”
Health is particularly vital in a community and people in corporate industry must undertake the various measures to come up with health programs for their businesses (Scrimshaw, Fitzpatrick, and Albrecht, 2003, p.19). One must ensure that they possess the necessary resources
Problem Orientated Policing (POP) is a constructive method of tools for addressing specific problems in the community. As an example, the SARA method is one model in a set of tools for reviewing problems and figuring out ways to solve them
at ease by casually speaking to him and collecting informative data about his background, his occupation, food habits and about the other members of his family with similar symptoms. All through the clinical process, the caregiver guided and encouraged the patient to involve