The Health Promotion Model Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

The Health Promotion Model
A look at ways in which the Health Promotion Model and the role of the nurse as teacher and educator can be integrated.
# 89510 | 675 words | 3 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Medical and Health (Nursing) , Medical and Health (General)

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This paper integrates the nurse's role as teacher and educator with the Health Promotion Model. The paper addresses such issues as the client's need for health promotion, the professional nurse's role in teaching and learning, perceived barriers of the Health Promotion Model, and the integration of the nurse's role and the Health Promotion Model.

From the Paper:

"The role of the nurse is ever-evolving in today's health-care arena. Long seen as merely an assistant role, and one that did not necessitate responsibility, it has now become a role of being a teacher and educator. One of the main theories that is leading the way in health care today is that of the Health Promotion Model. This model envisions a way for those seeking health care to promote and better their own health and lifestyles. These two ideas, the nurse as teacher and the Health Promotion Model, converge."

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