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Family Case Analysis HAU

Family Case Analysis HAU

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Presented to the College of NursingIn partial fulfillmentOf the requirements in Nursing Care Management 102 – Related Learning ExperienceSubmitted by N-306/ Group 3Submitted to
Marilyn B. Punsalan, RN, MSN
Clinical Instructor January 15, 2009
I. INTRODUCTION1. Objectives (student-centered)
After 3 weeks of accomplishing the family case analysis, the student nurses shallhave:
Collected facts regarding the demographic data of the family
Performed physical assessment for each member of the family
Determined existing problems with the family
Formulated nursing diagnosis related to family problems
Explained existing problems identified to family
Implemented some activities that will make the home conducive for healthdevelopment and improvement
Practiced therapeutic communication
Gained knowledge as they interact with family
Introduced to one’s self the family and emphasized the purpose of the home visitin order to establish rapport
Built a harmonious working relationship with the family members
Discussed the problems identified and pointed out solutions to prevent the problem
Perform interventions associated with the diagnosis of the family to promotewellness
2. Entry
“What you leave behind is not what is engraved in stone monuments, but what iswoven into the lives of others” -Anonymous
Simple deeds that are done by student nurses may be left behind or remembered but it won’t mean anything if it didn’t affect the people. It’s hard to change how theworld is but trying to improve how one lives and giving hope in little ways can affect theway people choose to live and their perspective in life. For this Family Case Analysis, themission is not how student nurses are going to help them but it should be how the studentnurses are going to help the family help themselves.For this rotation, the Family Case Analysis was conducted in the area of Pandacaqui Resettlement, Mexico, Pampanga specifically in district-5. The researchershad the freedom to choose who the respondent would be as long as it follows the criteriagiven. Group 3 were clueless of who they were going to interview and render services tosince it was their first time being at that community. This may be a way to train thestudent nurses to give services to people they don’t know and how to earn trust andcooperation by the residents.The criteria that were given for choosing a family for the subjected Family CaseAnalysis are as follows: The family must consist of at least five members (threechildren), there must be a member who belongs to the vulnerable groups (pregnantwomen, children, and old-age adults) and the youngest child must be at least 1 year old.At first, the Group 3 of section N-306 had a prospective family per student. Theyeach interviewed a family and assessed the family members and noted down present problems. Trying to figure out who would best fit the criterions, they discussed their adopted family to the other group mates and mentioned why their family adopted would

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