health orientation

health orientation

a nursing outcome from the Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC) defined as personal commitment to health behaviors as lifestyle priorities. See also Nursing Outcomes Classification.
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A good land use planner with an environmental health orientation would be a welcomed addition to the design and development team dedicated to urban conditions that maximize percolation and minimize run-off during torrential precipitation.
We hypothesized that there would be marked differences in motivation among the three distance groups and between men and women, especially on physical motives such as Weight Concern and Health Orientation.
Tenders are invited for Health and Mental Health Orientation Workshops and Group Counseling Services for Refugees.
We integrate public health in our work by aligning public health orientation with primary care.
These findings persisted even when adjustments were made to take into account age, gender, race/ethnicity, education, household income and health orientation.
Based on the result of this research, body image perception in infertile men not only reflects its distortion in the non-physical appearance dimensions such as health evaluation, health orientation, illness orientation and physical abilities, but also in items that are directly related to appearance such as appearance evaluation, appearance orientation, overweight preoccupation and self-classified weight.
The inclusion of dozens of public health initiatives in PPACA and a definite public health orientation suggest a change in society's attitude and support of prevention," said lead author and public health professor Kenneth DeVille, PhD, JD.
Within these broad categories, health center staff identified the need for resources in the following topics: Farmworker Eligibility, Patient Rights and Responsibilities, Patient Satisfaction Survey, Self Declaration Form, Sliding Fee Scale, Cultural Competency, Migrant Health Center Board of Directors Self Evaluations, Health Education, Migrant Health Orientation, Needs Assessment, and Service Delivery Models.
It was reported that the motivational differences in health orientation drive consumers to search for health information on the Internet (Eysenbach & Diepgen, 1998).
Senior market analyst at Mintel, Michelle Strutton, said: "Dried fruits experienced strong growth as they evolved into a popular snacking choice beyond just being ahome-baking ingredient and new entrants have joined the pioneering niche players to boost the health orientation of seeds.
Critically, the majority of school counselor education programs have adopted a mental health orientation that reflects little concern for how school counselors address the academic achievement of students (Collison et al.
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