Support needs for the participates
Participants should be supported in clinical research that are vital when finding new treatments and improving patient`s care. The caregivers should be on the front line to support the participants
Participants need assistance on understanding all nursing research process and terminologies that require in-depth knowledge. The caregiver needs to support the participants when carrying out investigations in healthcare by giving them a nursing dictionary.
The nurses should play a key role in ensuring that participants practice safety and protect the patients. Nurses should help the participants to be patients` advocates and guide them on how to support the patients` well-being throughout the research study.
Participants need a wide range of skills such as organizational skills, management, teaching and mentoring skills, and communication skills. Caregivers should support the participants by training them on these skills.
Participants need to collaborate and cooperate with other researchers and members of the multidisciplinary teams. For successful research, the caregivers should connect the participants with other teams because it is crucial for a successful research.
How to implement objectives of Healthy People 2020
Accordingto Riegelmanand Garr (2011), thevision, mission, and the main goal of ‘healthy people 2020’ areto an emphasis on better and quality healthcare services provision bythe year 2020. The objective is to have a framework that will exhaustcollaborative healthcare services among the human service providers,public stakeholders, and also to the health advisory committee. Withan aim of achieving a society in which all individuals live long andhealthy lives, there is a need to have strategies put in place toguide on how the healthy people 2020 will be achieved. The followingare the strategies can be used to achieve the objectives of ‘healthypeople 2020’:
Firstly,the government and stakeholders in healthcare should identify healthimprovements areas and priorities throughout the country. This willhelp in outline areas that require more attention as compared toothers. Secondly, there is a need to increase public awarenessthrough healthcare campaigns that will help people understand thedeterminants of disease, health, and disability issues that needopportunities that call for healthcare progress (Riegelman& Garr, 2011).
Thirdly,the local, state and national governments should set guidelines andobjectives that are measurable when applied by the caregivers toensure that all healthcare facilities are working towards the‘healthy people 2020` vision. Lastly, the government should planwell by engaging multiple people and sectors that are dedicated tostrengthening policies and enhance practices that are driven by thebest healthcare growth and knowledge that is geared towards healthypeople vision for 2020. As a result, there is a need to elect a teamthat will critically research, evaluate and carry out any necessarydata collection needs in healthcare sectors` improvement (Sondik,Huang, Klein, & Satcher, 2010).
Nursing professionals` role as an advocate for participant acceptance of diagnosis and treatment.
Nursesare patients` advocates because they are supposed to represent thepatients when they are given care and treatments through a healthcare system. Moreover, the nurses are expected to help the patientswhen they are undergoing through complicated processes should bedone regardless of whether the patients is sick or not. Secondly, itis the role of the healthcare givers to keep the records about thepatients because very few patients can manage their health recordsdue to confusion and been overwhelmed.
Onthe same hand, it is the role of the nurses who are patients’advocate to ensure that there are high-quality healthcare services toprevent disease spread, to control injury and premature deaths to thepatients. Fourthly, it is the role of patients` advocates to ensurethat there is health equity, improve on the health care groups, andeliminate health care disparities that can result due to patients`age, gender, race, or ethnicity all patients should be treatedequally. Lastly, it is the role of the patients` advocates to createboth physical and social environments that enhance good healthcarefor all patients this role is aimed at promoting quality life forpatients and developing ‘healthy people` across all stages of life.
How environment affect the patient’s health
Thereare numerous environmental issues that affect the patients’ health.These factors also referred to as environmental health risks aremainly issues that are outside the patient`s body that influence hisor her healing, wellbeing, and behaviors. For instance, when apatient is subjected to hazardous materials such as expired drugs,polluted air, food that is not good for human consumption, and dirtywater supply, then there are high chances that the patient`s healthwill continue to deteriorate (Kindig,Asada, & Booske, 2008).
Whendetermining the environmental factors that influence patients`healing, it is paramount to consider the air quality, food safety andquality, water quality, hazardous substances, waste disposal, housingconditions, and unsafe public spaces. If these issues are not takencare, the patient will have increased the risk of illnesses, disease,or injuries. As a result, there is a need to prevent the patientsfrom environmental risk factors that can result to worsened healthconditions. There is a need to improve the quality of patients’surroundings.
Social determinant that impact care or needs of patient with chronic illness
Socialdeterminants are very crucial when determining the needs for chronicillness patients. When we are talking about ‘social determinants’of health we talk about determinants such as conditions through whichthe patients was born, where they work, their age, and current livingcondition or status. In most cases, when determining the impact ofthe above social determinants we consider the patients’distribution of money, resources available, and power held both atthe local and national levels.
Thisis because a wealthy person has the ability to take good care of hisor her chronic illness conditions by eating healthy and dietbalanced. On the other hand, a poor person may fail to buy themedications live alone eating a balanced diet as prescribed by amedical practitioner.
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