context of care

context of care

Those elements of an individual's life or living situation that have psychological, social, and/or economic relevance to his or her use of professional health services. The context of a person's care may include such elements as that person's attitudes toward illness; belief systems (e.g., ethnic, racial, or religious); cognitive abilities; emotional states; family life; finances; and previous experiences with health care agencies, among others.
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Through 24 chapters, family medicine specialists mainly from the US address direct care, including preventive care, specific care for men, women, and children, the most common acute and chronic problems, weight management and nutrition, skin problems, chronic pain, psychosocial problems, and addiction; the context of care, including relationship issues and family violence, the US healthcare system and population health, and health equity and the social determinants of health; and community medicine.
According to him, in the context of care engendered by the parameters given by scientific medicine, "you are not a person, or you are only the liver, or the urinary system, you are only the eye," and so on.
Administrators are expected to quantify the value of provided services within the context of care. However, standardized nursing administrative and management data are needed to support analysis and understanding of nursing management within and across care settings.
This means that the approach is easily described within the context of care delivery.
The development of the bond between the project team and the family, through to the performance of the visits, was carefully assessed in the context of care experienced by families throughout the hospitalization period, so that they could understand and receive the visit as another strategy of the family support network for receiving technical and social support to take their premature child home.
The applicability of this knowledge in the context of care is highly relevant because: "Nursing has a commitment and obligation to include family in health care" (WRIGHT; LEAHEY, 2009, p.
understanding of physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, context of care, ethics and law.
She thought that observation of the context of care was an essential strategy for caregivers.
The accepted 'wisdom' that it is better to progress matters by agreement ignores two important considerations: first, the need for decisions in the child's timescale; and second, that the context of care proceedings means that there can be no real consent.
The princes said that the Cabinet's decision comes within the context of care and attention paid by the Saudi leadership to youth and sports sectors in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its keenness on advancing Saudi sports to highest levels of excellence at continental and international competitions.

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