Health promotions are identified as participation of individuals and family with care delivery. The community health profession teaches. By focusing on individuals, families, communities, and the environments in which people live, work, and play the health care professionals today are vital links for promoting national and international health. The model of health promotion is multifaceted in the nature that it is applicable across the lifespan in various settings and situations and has also been revised to mirror more effective outcomes of patient well-being. Health Promotion Model Amy D. Being able to analyze and critique theories enables nurses to develop their practice, and how different theories affect their own nursing theory.
The implementation of consultation, education, and follow up exams can increase the overall quality of life for an individual Kemppainen et al. I will discuss the various roles of a nurse in health promotion. I will also explore more recent strategies and initiatives such as The Quality Strategy a and The Vision a which underpin the significance of health promotion in present-day nursing practice. I have chosen to look specifically at the role of the nurse in promoting good physical health within a psychiatric setting. To discuss its practical role in the society, a health promotion model is related to a family that lives in socially deprived district as determined by Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation In accordance to confidentiality. We, as nurses assume the role of ambassadors of wellness.
In: Other Topics. Health Promotion World Health organization WHO defines health promotion as a process of enabling people to increase control over improving their health. It goes beyond focusing on individual health towards social and cultural interventions World Health organization, The global conference held in Helsinki explains promotion of health, not focused to a specific health problem nor to a special group, but the strategies applied to a variety of population group, risk factors and diseases in various settings The 8th Global Conference on Health Promotion in Helsinki
Mental health as described by World Health Organization WHO, is a state of sound mind in which a person knows his or her capabilities, ability to handle stress in day to day basis, able to work effectively and relate to others and be involved in the community. Moreover, a good support system such as friends, family, community and healthcare system can promote mental well being. While mental health promotion upholds the significance for psychological well-being that will enable an individual to develop its coping mechanism rather than enhancement of mental ill-health symptoms WHO, That is why, nurses have to maintain fitness including physical, spiritual, social, emotional and psychological to obtain a quality nursing care to patients.