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COMMUNITY HEALTH INTERVENTION

The importance of these models of community-based interventions is that they reflect different conceptions of the nature of community, the role of public health in addressing community problems, and the relevance of different outcomes.

The importance of these models of community-based interventions is that they reflect different conceptions of the nature of community, the role of public health in addressing community problems, and the relevance of different outcomes.

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  1. 1. COMMUNITY HEALTH INTERVENTION By: ROMMEL LUIS C. ISRAEL III
  2. 2. COMMUNITY NURSING INTERVENTION They are nursing practices that affect communities or many people at once. These seek to educate or encourage a community or a large group of people to participate in activities that promote a healthy lifestyle. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  3. 3. AIM OF COMMUNITY NURSING INTERVENTION To promote general health and wellness among masses of people. Example: Health Fair set up at a school to teach children and the public about health and well-being issues. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  4. 4. CHN AND PHN COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING • It is an area of public health in which qualified nursing professionals use their knowledge to review state and area health data to make conclusions about health trends. • It also focuses on educating the public on preventative nutrition, exercise and hygiene tips to maintain the health of members of the public and those around them. • It is a niche area of public health nursing that focuses more specifically on advocating for healthcare and medical services to local communities or populations that need it. • They review data to determine which individuals need the most help in accessing and using healthcare resources and work with local healthcare facilities and government agencies to ensure those individuals receive the care they need to live a healthy life. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  5. 5. JOB FOCUS COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING • Nurses review historical records, scientific studies and population data to determine how to prevent injuries or illnesses and promote health across populations. • Nurses focus more on the resources that community members have access to that support health and well-being. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  6. 6. JOB FOCUS COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING • Nurses links infrequent hand-washing and sanitation procedures to an increase in the number of people who get the flu within a particular state. • They create educational materials and use their findings to convey the importance of sanitation to the public before the start of flu season. • Nurses review health resources available in a community, and • Actively partake in administering flu vaccinations to patients in their spare time. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  7. 7. FAMILY NURSING INTERVENTIONS They are nursing programs, procedures or instructions that impact an entire family. These enable family members to care for an ill family member or support one another. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  8. 8. FAMILY NURSING INTERVENTIONS Example: Educating family members on providing care for patients with chronic conditions. Nurses providing support to new parents to help them care for infants, including teaching them how to bathe, feed and swaddle their baby. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  9. 9. NURSING INTERVENTION CATEGORIES INDEPENDENT It requires only one nurse who independently provides the treatment intervention without input or assistance from other staff. Example: a nurse administering medication to a patient. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  10. 10. NURSING INTERVENTION CATEGORIES •DEPENDENT • It requires a direct order or permission from a doctor, such as prescribing medication. •These interventions typically include more advanced patient care, such as using urinary catheters, formula feeding with a peg tube or providing wound care. • Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  11. 11. NURSING INTERVENTION CATEGORIES •DEPENDENT • It requires a direct order or permission from a doctor, such as prescribing medication. •These interventions typically include more advanced patient care, such as using urinary catheters, formula feeding with a peg tube or providing wound care. • Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions •
  12. 12. PURPOSES OF NURSING INTERVENTION Reaching Health Goals Educating patients promoting safety Offering support Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  13. 13. REACHING HEALTH GOALS Many nursing interventions help patients reach their wellness and recovery goals. The primary responsibility of nurses is to aid in formulating treatment plans for a patient to improve their health or quality of life. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  14. 14. REACHING HEALTH GOALS Example: administering medications changing bandages helping patients stay hydrated Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  15. 15. REACHING HEALTH GOALS •Nurses also help patients reach their health goals by counseling them and screening to identify underlying diseases or conditions. • Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions •
  16. 16. EXAMPLE OF GENERAL OBJECTIVE At the end of the three-year Community Organizing-Participatory Action Research program, the community health nurses will be able to transform the deprived, powerless and underserved into a dynamic, participatory and responsive community by helping the community to develop a plan to solve existing problem and preparing the people to manage the development of the program in the future.
  17. 17. EXAMPLE OF SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE Pre-Entry Specific Objective: To conduct an ocular survey on the area and gather data in the community within 2 days.
  18. 18. EXAMPLE OF SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE Entry Specific Objectives: To gain the trust of the people in the community within 1 week. To respond to the health needs of the community health within 1 week. To bring into consciousness of the actual flight of the community’s condition in terms of socio- political aspects and their effect to the National Health Situation within 1 week.
  19. 19. EXAMPLE OF SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE Organizational Building Specific Objective: To give a symposium regarding the program planned activities to the community within 1 day. To form community leaders as well as training of elected within 2 days. To encourage the community to take part in the management and implementation of a program or organization within 3 days.
  20. 20. EXAMPLE OF SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE Sustenance and Strengthening Specific Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of the programs implemented within 3 day. To contribute to the enhancement of the process in developing and training community health workers within 1 week.
  21. 21. EXAMPLE OF SPECIFIC OBJECTIVE Phase-out Specific Objective: To evaluate the chosen community if they can stand alone and can be self-reliant without the help of the organizing team and if they were able to acquire and develop skills and potentials in CO within 3 days.
  22. 22. EDUCATING PATIENTS • Educating patients, families and their caregivers about the patient's condition and treatment plan is important for a successful recovery. • Nurses provide education or instructions on how to support patients at home, manage their condition and implement their treatment plans after discharge. • Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions •
  23. 23. PROMOTING SAFETY Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions Nursing interventions promote patient safety by implementing preventive measures, such as ensuring the safety of immobile patients by changing their bed positions to prevent injuries. Nursing Nursing interventions that promote patient safety also include monitoring patients' vital signs and critically observing them to detect changes in their symptoms, behavior or mood. Nursing
  24. 24. PROMOTING SAFETY Nurses may create patient safety protocols to help health care professionals deal with specific medical situations, such as how to proceed with care when patients are unconscious. Promoting patient safety is the ultimate goal of nursing interventions, which also includes reducing disease incidence rates. • Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career- development/nursing-interventions
  25. 25. OFFERING SUPPORT Nursing interventions can also offer emotional support and comfort to patients and their families. For example, nurses can recommend resources for therapy to handle stress. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  26. 26. OFFERING SUPPORT Nurses can also identify less- than-optimal psychosocial states and advocate for patients. They may conduct assessments to determine the mental well-being of patients and their families and help them deal with the conditions they're experiencing. Reference: What Are Nursing Interventions? Definition and Examples. (n.d.). Indeed Career Guide. https://www.indeed.com/career-advice/career-development/nursing-interventions
  27. 27. COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING CARE PLAN AND INTERVENTION
  28. 28. NURSING CARE PLANS RELATED TO COMMUNITY HEALTH DEFICIENT KNOWLEDGE CAREPLAN: Deficient Knowledge associated with community health can be caused by inadequate knowledge of resources, access to the healthcare system and programs, and an understanding of individual and community health risks. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  29. 29. NURSING CARE PLANS RELATED TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING DIAGNOSIS: Deficient knowledge. • Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/ •
  30. 30. NURSING CARE PLANS RELATED TO COMMUNITY HEALTH Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/ RELATED: Inadequate knowledge of community support and resources Inadequate access to healthcare professionals Lack of financial and social resources Program budget, outcome information, or evaluation plan deficiencies Inability of existing programs to address health concerns
  31. 31. NURSING CARE PLANS RELATED TO COMMUNITY HEALTH AS EVIDENCED BY: Community members’ verbalization of confusion/concern Community members’ noncompliance with the health program Community members’ inquiries about a certain topic Community members’ misconceptions Community members’ exacerbation of health symptoms Health program’s inability to address the health concern Preventable hospital readmissions Increased incidence of physiological or psychological conditions Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  32. 32. NURSING CARE PLANS RELATED TO COMMUNITY HEALTH EXPECTED OUTCOMES: Community will be able to identify the programs’ advantages and disadvantages in achieving health-related objectives. Community will be able to create a plan to meet the community’s recognized health needs. Community will be able to demonstrate behavior and lifestyle modifications towards the improvement of community health. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  33. 33. DEFICIENT KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT 1. Assess healthcare providers’ knowledge and practices related to the community’s health. Having the same knowledge and using the same verbiage makes it easier for those working in the community to recognize one another and communicate ideas more effectively. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  34. 34. DEFICIENT KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT 2. Assess the community’s existing and potential health problems. • By identifying particular issues, population-based treatments can focus on the existing problem that may be solved by primary prevention and proactive intervention. • Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/ •
  35. 35. DEFICIENT KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT 3. Assess the community’s resources. • Knowing what resources are currently accessible and how the community accesses them helps to identify potential gaps. Resources may not be meeting the needs of the community or the community may not be aware they exist. • Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  36. 36. DEFICIENT KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT 4. Note the community members’ complaints/ concerns. •Taking note of the members’ concerns presents a realistic image of issue areas through feedback from those who are affected most. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing- diagnosis-care-plan/
  37. 37. DEFICIENT KNOWLEDGE INTERVENTIONS 1. Promote a cooperative community spirit without undermining the uniqueness of its individuals or groups. • People are more likely to cooperate to create plans for identifying and improving healthcare for the community when they feel respected and valued. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  38. 38. DEFICIENT KNOWLEDGE INTERVENTIONS 2. Involve the community in selecting healthcare objectives and priorities. • Involving the community members in assessing the problem, and creating goals and priorities that are important to them will increase collaboration and adherence. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/ •
  39. 39. DEFICIENT KNOWLEDGE INTERVENTIONS 3. Connect the community members to available resources. • Assure the best possible delivery of healthcare and connect people to the services they need through transportation support, DOH programs, and free clinics. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  40. 40. DEFICIENT KNOWLEDGE INTERVENTIONS 4. Collaborate with the community in creating solutions. •Collaboration encourages a sense of control and involvement, which aids in more efficient problem-solving. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing- diagnosis-care-
  41. 41. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING CARE PLAN Ineffective community coping can be caused by unsatisfactory community efforts to adapt and solve problems in a way that satisfies community desires or needs. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  42. 42. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING CARE PLAN Nursing Diagnosis: Ineffective Community Coping Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  43. 43. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING CARE PLAN RELATED TO: •Insufficient resources for problem-solving •Inadequate community resources (emergency services, transportation) •Lack of social support services eference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  44. 44. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING CARE PLAN AS EVIDENCED BY: • Community members’ expression of lack of support or excessive stress • Higher rates of illness • High rates of crime, abuse, unemployment, and poverty • Community members’ expression of powerlessness or hopelessness Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  45. 45. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING CARE PLAN EXPECTED OUTCOMES: • Community will report an identifiable improvement in coping such as decreased crime rates or increased employment • Community will be able to choose appropriate alternatives to undesirable activities for problem-solving and adaptability Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  46. 46. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING ASSESSMENT 1. Assess the community’s needs. •A needs assessment is essential to identify the gaps preventing it from achieving its targeted objectives. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  47. 47. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING ASSESSMENT 2. Assess disaster plans and response to emergencies. •Evaluate the policies of local and regional efforts in the face of epidemics, threats, terrorist attacks, and natural catastrophes to assess preparedness. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  48. 48. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING ASSESSMENT 3. Identify the availability, accessibility, and usage of community resources. • Even when resources are accessible, they are not always utilized properly or to their full potential. Evaluate programs and resources available, referral processes, and follow-up measures. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  49. 49. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING INTERVENTIONS 1. Collaborate and create plans together with the community members. • Organize interactions inside the community to manage interactions and meet needs. This encourages long-term participation and adherence. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  50. 50. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING INTERVENTIONS 2. Assist the community in creating partnerships both inside the community and with the rest of society. • Creating partnerships between the community and society encourages the community’s long- term development and constant improvement to address both present and upcoming issues. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  51. 51. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING INTERVENTIONS 3. Educate on the benefits of resources and activities. • Help the community recognize the benefits of improvement efforts and how their safety, health, and happiness depend on a cohesive community working together. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing- diagnosis-care-plan/
  52. 52. INEFFECTIVE COMMUNITY COPING INTERVENTIONS 4. Provide access to information at the community level. • Meet them where they are. Use TV, flyers, radio, social media, and more to disseminate resource information. Information needs to be geared toward all educational and cultural levels. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  53. 53. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING CARE PLAN • Readiness to meet improved community adaptation and problem- solving through activities, management, and communication. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  54. 54. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING CARE PLAN NURSING DIAGNOSIS: •Readiness for Enhanced Community Coping Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing- diagnosis-care-plan/
  55. 55. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING CARE PLAN RELATED TO: •Motivation to improve health and stress management •Desire to increase social change •Responsiveness of possible community transformation Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  56. 56. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING CARE PLAN AS EVIDENCED BY: •Positive commnications among groups •Addition of health programs (nutrition, exercise, immunizations) •Community planning events Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  57. 57. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING CARE PLAN EXPECTED OUTCOMES: •Community will be able to effectively manage stressors through community resources •Community will be able to verbalize appropriate coping techniques Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing- diagnosis-care-plan/
  58. 58. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING ASSESSMENT 1. Review the community’s plan for coping with problems. •Reviewing the community’s plan for coping with problems will help in the improvement of the plan according to the current needs of the community. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health-nursing- diagnosis-care-plan/
  59. 59. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING ASSESSMENT 2. Assess the stressors of the community. •When preparing interventions to improve coping skills, it is important to accurately identify unique community stressors to know which interventions are relevant. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  60. 60. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING ASSESSMENT 3. Assess the community members’ social support. •Community leaders can assist in supporting healthy coping to enable the community to move forward and improve current situations. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  61. 61. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING ASSESSMENT 4. Assess the community’s current coping strategies. •Determining the current community coping strategies will assist in recognizing negative coping mechanisms and which techniques are needed. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  62. 62. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING INTERVENTIONS 4. Promote problem-solving as well as the acceptance of limitations. •Problem-solving skills can be taught but successful coping also involves recognizing and accepting when situations cannot be changed. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  63. 63. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING INTERVENTIONS 1. Provide monthly meetings to discuss concerns. •Discuss existing stressors and upcoming or future concerns for effective intervention and planning. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  64. 64. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING INTERVENTIONS 2. Provide active listening and reflection. • Actively listening to the community members and reflecting on how they perceive their current situation can offer insight. The nurse will also gain more data to establish an accurate plan. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/
  65. 65. READINESS FOR ENHANCED COMMUNITY COPING INTERVENTIONS 3. Develop programs and outlets for expression. •Coping can be enhanced through art, music, exercise, meditation, and more. Provide classes and stress- management programs to educate on proper coping. Reference: Community Health Nursing Diagnosis & Care Plan. (2022, August 11). NurseTogether. https://www.nursetogether.com/community-health- nursing-diagnosis-care-plan/

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