Nurs 552 study guide, 3rd set

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Section 1

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy core featuresEducation, Relaxation Training, Cognitive Coping Strategies, Systematic desensitization, engagement of social support, relapse prevention
BELIEF modelBelief, Explanation, Learn, Impact, Empathy,
ETHNIC modelexplanation, treatment, healers, negotiate, Intervention, Collaboration,
Explanatory modelProblem, Cuase, Course, Impact body, Impact Mind, Fear treatment, fear condition

Section 2

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Organizational structure variables related to the innovativeness of an organizationCentralization, Complexity, Formalization, Interconnectedness, Organizational slack
Innovation processInitiation, Implementation
define: Centralizationthe degree to which the power and control in a system is concentrated in the hands of relatively few
define: Complexitythe degree to which an organizations memebers possess a relatively high level of knowledge and expertise, usually measured by the members' range of occupational specialties and their degree of professionalism
define: Organizational slackthe amount of un-committed resources available in an organization
define: interconnectednessthe degree to which units in a social system are linked by interpersonal networks
formalizationthe degree to which an organization is bureaucratic

Section 3

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Desirable consequencesthe functional effects of an innovation for an individual or for a social system
undesirable consequences are the dysfunctional effects of an innovation to an individual or to a social system
direct consequencesare the changes to an individual or a social system that occur in immediate response to adoption of an innovation
indirect consequences `are the changes to an individual or a social system that occur as a result of the direct consequences of an innovation.consequences of consequences
anticipated consequenceschanges due to an innovation that are recognized and intended by the members of a social system
unanticipated consequences are changes due to an innovation that are neither intended nor recognized by the members of a social system

Section 4

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Community and population healththe health outcomes of a group of individuals, including the distribution of such outcomes within the group
Predictors of health status: Health indicatorsa characteristic of an individual, population, or environment which is subject to measurement and can be used to describe one or more aspects of the health of an individual or population
demographicsstatistical data relating to the population and particular groups within it
summary mesaures of healthare measures that combine information on mortality and non-fatal health outcomes to represent the health of a particular population as a single numbe
national leading causes of death1) Heart disease 2)cancer 3)chronic lower respiratory disease 4)Accidents 5)stroke 6)alzheimers disease 7)diabetes 8)influenza and pna 9)nephritis, nephrotic syndrome 10)intentional self harm
measures of birth and deathcan be used to measure population change
relative health importancehow one area measure in comparison to other comparable areas or nationally
vulnerable populationspopulations at higher risk
environmental healththe healthiness of the environment
preventive services usea
risk factors for premature deatha
access to carea

Section 5

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place mattersit takes more than will power and discipline to change unhealth habits and behaviors
place matterspeople also need support access to healthier options in their environment, and resources to deal with the underlying streess in their lives
place matterssocial policies that best promote health are not strictly prevention programs, but ones that address larger social conditions in which we live