Analyse the concept of well women, well men and well children

Analyse the concept of well women, well men and well children using an
activities of living framework.

1. Analyse the concept of well women, well men and well children using an
activities of living framework.
2. Analyse the normal bio/psycho/social/cultural/politico/economic /environmental
processes relevant to the five stages of life (Holland et al 2008).
Promoting Indigenous Family Health
Task Description In this assignment, the student is required to demonstrate knowledge of Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander health reform initiatives that support the “Closing the
Gap” campaign and explore the role of the nurse in promoting Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islander family health.
Essay
With reference to the 2012-2013 AMA Indigenous Health Report Card
https://ama.com.au/media/ama-indigenous-health-report-2012-13 as well as
information gleaned from your own research, discuss the need for Aboriginal And
Torres Strait Islander health reforms and describe in detail three (3) key factors that
impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing in the early
years of life, that may contribute to inter-generational disadvantage.
Outline at least three (3) evidence based strategies that protect adversity in early
life for each of the factors described and provide examples of early childhood
services currently available for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families as well
as targeted interventions to improve health and wellbeing in the early years.
Incorporate into your discussion supporting evidence that explains the rationale
and actions the Registered Nurse will take to engage Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander families when providing Child and Family Centred Health Care. In
particular, consider specific Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander approaches to
communication and outline the strategies the Registered Nurse would use when
building relationships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons.
To enrich your discussion, provide detailed examples of how the Registered Nurse
would work collaboratively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families as
well as other health care professionals, and demonstrate how to ensure Child and
Family Centred Health Care delivery is compatible with the Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander concept of family.
Supporting Healthy Families
Task Description In this assignment the student is required to analyse the following prescribed case study
and to demonstrate support for healthy families from the perspective of the role of the
Registered Nurse.
Case Study
You are a Registered Nurse working at the Early Childhood Clinic with a view to
commencing the Child and Family Health Nurse educational pathway. It is your 6
th
week
and you are growing in confidence every day. This morning, the Clinical Nurse
Consultant suggests you take charge of the next case and report back to her.
Emma’s Story: A 34-year-old woman Emma presents with her four-year-old daughter
Lucy, for examination. Emma is six months pregnant with her third child and has a
partner Michael, who is often away on contract work. Emma’s family live interstate and
she has been in the area for only 6 weeks. Michael’s retired parents live locally, are
supportive and she has a good relationship with them. Emma is worried about Lucy
because she is a ‘fussy eater’ and would like you to weigh her. She also asks you what
immunisations Lucy will need in preparation for going to school.
On examination Lucy’s height is 105cm and her weight is 15.5kgs. A head-to-toe
physical assessment finds no abnormalities.
Emma then tells you about her 14 year old son Josh, who is about start Year 9. She
discloses that Josh was bullied in Year 8 and she is anxious about changing him soon to
the new school. Josh misses his close friends as well as his father Michael, who is
currently working in WA. Michael isn’t due back for three months but is hoping to
eventually find work locally.
Emma looks tired and during your interactions with her she becomes teary and talks
about her fears. With the new baby coming, she is worried about how she will cope with
Lucy, who can be very energetic, oppositional and hard to control.
Assessment: Discuss the above case study and demonstrate support for healthy
families from the perspective of the role of the Registered Nurse.
The discussion must be supported with evidence from the literature and include:
 Consideration of Lucy and Josh’s physical, cognitive and psychosocial
development
 A description of the developmental milestones you would expect a 4yr old girl
and a 14 yr old boy to have achieved.
 A family assessment including consideration of the factors influencing Emma
and her family.
 Identified potential problems for Emma and her family
 Description of the required family-centred nursing care including
communication/interviewing strategies that will assist with relationship building
with Emma and her family.
 Meetings and referrals you would arrange with the multidisciplinary team and
other appropriate health care professionals/agencies.
Instructions:
 Use academic writing that is consistent with essay format – you may use
headings.
 Refer to and attach the assignment Marking Guide after the Reference List

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