The first concern to address would be the proper education on how to complete an insulin injection and check blood sugar monitoring. Then address the medications and possible side effects. Next address what the diabetic diet consists of for the patient. Lastly, address the patient’s cross-country team and his ability to continue on with athletics. The reasoning behind assessing the concerns in this order is to address the most crucial concerns first.
She repetitively discusses the process she went through in order to get an interview with Henrietta’s family and friends, more specifically with Deborah. Not only does she personally interviews family member and friends but she also discusses HeLa cells and other essential information by finding credible sources. For example, “According to Judith Greenburg, director of the Division of Genetics and Developmental Biology at the National Institute of General Medical Science, the NIH now has “very stringent guidelines” requiring consent for any tissues collected for their banks.” (Skloot 318) She cites scholarly articles and credible sources to establish her knowledge in the subject before writing a novel about Henrietta’s life, as well as to show the readers the credibility of her sources. This particular act conveys to the reader that Skloot wanted to be concise and precise while informing the audience about Henrietta’s
There, the group posted an ad that mocked Chipotle by saying, “You can't spell Chipotle without E. coli.” Of course, the victims of the illnesses were not pleased with Chipotle. One person from Washington even filed a lawsuit after getting sick from E.coli . Although Chipotle does not seem to be in serious trouble, it is taking these recent outbreaks very seriously. Steve Ells always believed in quality food, and Chipotle works hard to bring the freshest ingredients. During the next couple of months, sales for the company may decrease slightly.
How would you discuss the seriousness of diabetes and the importance of diabetes prevention? Answer: Professionals and patients in general practices have indicated a preference for a more patient centred approach.1If I was in a similar situation as the RN, my first course of action would be to establish an appropriate rapport between MW and me .This would be accomplished by an informal introduction
SWOT Analysis The SWOT Analysis of Diabetes Health Initiative provided data on the functionality of the program. This information encompasses all the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats to the success and maintenance of the Diabetes Health Initiative. The team of people who work with the Diabetes Health Initiative provide a health care delivery system that utilize research data to monitor diabetic treatment in real time and give feedback based on the patient age, weight, and gender. The system would also keep track of patients’ durability with keeping within the health initiative program and alert medical personnel of the increase of risk to diabetic complications. With the use of media to advertise the free screening for diabetes
A needs assessment determines the attitudes, beliefs, and knowledge regarding type 2 diabetes from the target group. The needs assessment was used to gather information from the target group before the program began, and evaluated how much information was gained throughout the duration of the Wellness Fair. Assessing the subjects’ knowledge was important for the health educators to have a greater impact on the target group, by directing their focus on important points throughout the program. Focusing on main points would influence the subjects to live a healthy lifestyle. There may be a range of answers within the target group.
M1: access the usefulness of theories of communication within health and social care environments Introduction In this assignment I am going to discuss the usefulness of argyles and the SOLER theory. Argyles theory of communication was invented by physiologist known as Michael argyle. Michael argyles communication cycle shows what everyone does when communicate and it is all about this constant cycle. The communication cycle is when someone decides to communicate takes action (message sent), which is received by the other person (message received), then the meaning of the message is worked out (message decoded) and then this person lets the other person know what they have understood (feedback).Argyles theory is about a communication cycle and it focuses mainly around six major concepts which are first an idea occurs, the message is coded, the message is sent, the message is received , the message is decoded is lastly understood. Argyles theory is about a communication cycle and it centres six core concepts which are first an idea occurs, the message is coded, the message is sent, the message is
So, you can see now how a personal health record could be the difference between life and death. Your doctor will not get the whole picture of your health condition due to lack of your past medical records. With a complete PHR, your doctor can simply review it and understand everything they need to know quickly about extensive questions or calling your former doctor for answers. This also eliminates the risk of wrong treatment and medication. The PHR
Hello Kristen, thank you for your post, which gives me the chance to think about type 1 diabetes. I agree that when people consider diabetes, they always refer to type 2 diabetes without knowing there is the existence of type 1 diabetes as well. Even though we as health care professionals are aware of the facts of type 1 diabetes, we are still absorbing more knowledge towards the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of type 2 diabetes than type 1 diabetes through the curriculum. As far as I know, diabetes is usually a lifelong disease state, patients need to control their blood glucose level within suitable range by different interventions including medications and lifestyle modifications. If the diabetes patient ending up with insulin treatment,
Additionally, I was professional about the way I asked the questions and how I responded to these questions. Although I had fairly high levels of confidence and professionalism, I feel that my competence is lacking. I feel that having lexicomp and learning using drug cards help, but I think leaning more about the pharmacodynamics of drugs will certainly be helpful in the future. Some of the things which I can improve in the future would be firstly learning more about OTC drugs. Another issue was that in both medication histories I’ve done and I have found asking personal questions to be somewhat awkward, but I think that doing more medication histories will reduce this awkwardness.