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Also the people who are educated have more chances of making better choices regarding smoking and drug abuse. The people who live in better locations are not in danger of being exposed to environmental hazards. Second major health determinant is behavior and lifestyle. To have a good lifestyle people follow routines. Exercise and diet are main points that people follow.
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(2017), Pender’s model when applied in training can produce a positive effect and improve the nutritional behaviors. Promoting the people’s knowledge about nutrition is a sure way of changing of nutritional behaviors. It can replace inappropriate nutritional behaviors with which are appropriate. The constituents of the healthy nutritional pattern are one that encompasses the nutritional habits, culture, and public knowledge. Creating awareness through a nursing education program is essential.
Med/Surg Nursing. 21 (2): 112-115. Retrieved from: http://www.nursingworld.org/MainMenuCategories/EthicsStandards/Resources/Applying-the-Ethics-of-Care-to-Your-Nursing-Practice.pdf Pavlish, C., Brown-Saltzman, K., Hersh, M., Shirk, M., Rounkle, A. (2011). Nursing priorities, actions, and regrets for ethical situations in clinical practice.
It is because they have different job preferences that necessary to meet their needs (Honda & Vio, 2015). It could be applied for retaining an ageing workforce to promote continuity of care, and retain more experienced HCP in the workforce. The experienced HCP would act as role model among young HCP, and pass their knowledge and skills to them and subsequently improve the quality of healthcare services. They would decide to stay in the organization because of familiarize of working culture and appreciated, and they might not be able to get high salaries in other organizations due to high competition. However, more money does not indicate higher motivation.
The code of professional conduct guides nursing practice and promoting and maintaining patient safety is one of its key principles (Nursing and midwifery board of Ireland, 2014). The Health information and quality authority was established in 2005, and the aim of this government body is to develop standards for healthcare and to provide safe, high quality health services. Patient safety can be maintained once these policies and guidelines are adhered to. Patent safety is a key principle across the board in healthcare services, however maintaining safety in mental health nursing brings about increased difficulties (Duxbury, 2015). The principal goal in this area of health care is to provide a safe and therapeutic environment, however achieving this may be difficult due to the disruptive behaviours of some patients (Bowers, 2005).
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