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HEALTH

PROBLEM

Poor
environment
al sanitation
as Health
threat.

FAMILY
NURSING
PROBLEM
Inability to
provide a
clean and
healthy
environment
due to:
1. Lack or
inadeq
uate
knowle
dge
about
the
import
ance of
hygien
e and
sanitati
on.

Adlawan, Angelu S.
Nr41- Group 2

GOAL OF
CARE
After 1-3
hours of
Student
nurse
client
interaction
the family
will be
able to
effectively
promote
and
maintain
an
environme
nt
conducive
to health.

OBJECTIVES OF
CARE
After 1-3 hours of
Student Nurse
Client interaction,
the family will be
able to:
1. Demonstrate
effective and
Proper
cleaning.
2. Know the
Correct basis
for
cleanliness.
3. Know the
importance
of a clean
and healthy
environment.

NURSING
INTERVENTION
1. Encourage
the Family
to reinforce
the house.
2. Encourage
the family
to use a
proper
segregatio
n
technique.
3. Discuss the
importance
of a Clean
and
Healthy
environme
nt.
4. Use a
proper
technique
Methods
during
cleaning
and
sanitizing.
5. Monitor the
Family

METHOD OF
NURSE FAMILY
CONTACT
- Home
Visit
every
Month.
- Lecture

RESOURCES
REQUIRED
-

Time and
effort of
Student
Nurse and
Family.
Cleaning
Materials.

Adlawan, Angelu S.
Nr41- Group 2
HEALTH
PROBLEM

Cough
and Colds

FAMILY
NURSING
PROBLEM
Inability to
make a
decision
on taking
appropriat
e health
actions
due to lack
of
knowledge
regarding
in
managem
ent.

GOAL OF
CARE

OBJECTIVES
OF CARE

After the
Nursing
interventio
n the
Family will
be able to
eliminate
the cough
and colds.

After the
Nursing
intervention
the Family
will:
1. Have a
knowled
ge about
the
disease
especiall
y the
signs
and
sympto
ms of
the
disease.
2. Be
aware
on how
to
prevent
the
disease.

NURSING
INTERVENTION
1. Discuss with
the Group/
Family the
causes,
effects and
possible
complication
about cough
and colds.
2. Provide
Knowledge
about on
how to
prevent the
disease.
3. Advice the
patient /
Family to
cover the
mouth when
sneezing or
coughing.
4. Promote
Cleanliness
and Hygiene

METHOD OF
NURSE FAMILY
CONTACT
-

Home
Visit
Health
teachin
g

RESOURCES
REQUIRED

Material
Resources:
Visual aids

Materials
needed for
demo

Human
Resources

Time and
effort of
the
Student
Nurse and
Family.

PRINCIPLES OF COPAR:
1. People, especially the most oppressed,
exploited and deprived sectors are open to
change, have the capacity to change and
are able to bring about change.

IMPORTANCE OF COPAR:
COPAR prepares people/clients to eventually take over the
management of a development programs in the future.
COPAR maximizes community participation and involvement;
community resources are mobilized for community
services.

COMMUNITY ORGANIZING PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH


(COPAR)

A process by which a community identifies its needs and objectives,


develops confidence to take action in respect to them and in doing so,
extends and develops cooperative and collaborative attitudes and
practices in the community.

COPAR PROCESS:
A progressive cycle of action-reflection action which
begins with small, local and concrete issues identified
by the people and the evaluation and the reflection of
and on the action taken by them.

PHASES OF COPAR:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Pre- entry phase


Entry phase

Formation phase
Organization- building phase
5. Sustenance and strengthening phase