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Accident hazard (Fire Hazard) as a Health threat Community Health Goals and Objectives Nursing Problem Presence of Accident

Short term hazards After 1 day of nursing intervention, the I. Inability to make community will reduce decisions with respect or minimize the to taking appropriate problem as evidenced health action due to: by: 1. identify possible A. Failure to threats of fire around comprehend the the community nature/magnitude of the 2. perform some problem/condition interventions to reduce or minimize the B. Low salience of the problem such as taping problem and condition hanging electrical wires and etc. II. Inability to provide home environment Long term: conducive to health After 5 days of nursing maintenance and intervention, the personal development community will due to: maintain an environment which is A. Lack of family free from injury and resources accidents as evidenced by: B. Inadequate 1. increase knowledge knowledge of to prevent fire preventives measures 2. lessen risk of electrical hazards

Implementation -Discuss with the family why the presence of accident hazards could be harmful to the health of the family -Tell the family about the possible consequences of having disorganized wires -Demonstrate to the family the ways on how to prevent accident hazards within the familys available resources -Instruct the family to always check for open wires, while the main power is switched off. They should not be run by water. -Instruct family to of change the wires immediately if they found them not working.

Rationale To gain familys cooperation.

Evaluation

Short term After 1 day of nursing intervention, the community will reduce or minimize the problem as evidenced by: To make the family 1. identify possible aware of the threats of fire around consequences of the community the problem. 2. perform some interventions to reduce or minimize the problem To establish selfsuch as taping reliance. hanging electrical wires and etc. Goals are fully met. To prevent short circuit to cause fire and possible reccurence of electrocution. To provide knowledge and prevent potential accident. Long term: After 5 days of nursing intervention, the community will maintain an environment which is free from injury and accidents as evidenced by: 1. increase knowledge to prevent fire 2. lessen risk of electrical hazards Goals are fully met.