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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauFall

NUR1 221 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Health Care In Canada, Canada Health Act, Pangman

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Canadian health care system: nurses" journey during transition to primary health care (chapter 1 pangman) Canada"s first nurse: jeanne mance: first nur
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauFall

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Wind Chime

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A sense of togetherness that promotes capacity for change. A balance between mutual and independent action on the part of family members. Availability
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauFall

Lecture 8 Notes.docx

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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauFall

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Antihypertensive Drug, Social Learning Theory, Family Values

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11 Nov 2012
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During morning report, the nurse completing the night shift stated that nt"s bp was 199/ 105 and the patient refused to take the anti-hypertensive medi
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauFall

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sympathetic Nervous System, Stress Management, Stressor

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11 Nov 2012
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Supporting and strengthening families through expected and unexpected life events. Change in family is constant change in family experiences, family un
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauFall

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Conflict Resolution, Communication Problems, Active Listening

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11 Nov 2012
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Because communication facilitates all family functioning, intervention efforts need to focus on increasing family members" abilities to express and res
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauFall

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Genogram, Active Listening

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11 Nov 2012
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Exploring and getting to know the family helps the family to share concerns and to describe their experience of the situation. Family constructs their
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauFall

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Stephanie Coontz, Fictive Kinship, Nuclear Family

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11 Nov 2012
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Family definition: according to stephanie coontz: family originally meant band of slaves, murdock"s definition, social group characterized by common re
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauFall

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Child Neglect, Normal Family, Role Conflict

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11 Nov 2012
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Roles are the behaviours associated with one who holds a particular position, position identifies a person"s status or place in a social system - norma
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauFall

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nuclear Family, Furniture, Miscarriage

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11 Nov 2012
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Living together before legal marriage is the basis for a more long-lasting marriage. Aged 15 and over who are single increasing. Aged 15 and over livin
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

NUR1 220 Lecture Notes - Hearing Aid, Dementia, Eye Contact

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11 Nov 2012
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Hearing abilities of both ears: speak to one side if it"s better. Gestures and facial expressions should be used. Don"t talk with hands in from of mout
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

NUR1 220 Lecture Notes - Grounded Theory, Data Analysis, Participant Observation

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11 Nov 2012
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Individual power: within wider social structures and relationships and attention to this aspect of experience = vital. Language = power: can create hie
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

NUR1 220 Lecture Notes - Nonverbal Communication, Facial Expression, Eye Contact

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11 Nov 2012
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If vocal information contradicts verbal information, vocal information will dominate. Nonverbal communication allows the expression of emotional. Touch
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

Article 22 - When Is It My Turn.docx

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11 Nov 2012
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The heart of listening: the struggle to suspend our own needs. Listening demands taking general interest in the speaker: sincerity and caring, suspend
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

NUR1 220 Lecture Notes - Blood Sugar

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11 Nov 2012
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Outcomes dr. moira stewart was looking for in her discussion: Good communication leads to: greater quality diagnosis. In order to get patients involved
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

NUR1 220 Lecture Notes - Maladaptation, Intrusive Thought, Amnesia

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11 Nov 2012
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Heart, head, and hands approach to helping grieving people. There are differences in ways people grieve. Comes from both tangible and intangible losses
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

NUR1 220 Lecture Notes - Health Promotion

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11 Nov 2012
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Since there has been a shift in the causes of diseases, more focus is now placed on preventative measures while also helping individuals live healthy l
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

NUR1 220 Lecture Notes - Ethnocentrism

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11 Nov 2012
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Assumptions are often made in clinical settings goal setting without input from clients. Perception of nurse and of client influence the interaction pr
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

NUR1 220 Lecture Notes - Dignity, Document Collaboration

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11 Nov 2012
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The client is the one who decides if and who will participate in his/her care. Clients are experts for their own lives. Clients" goals coordinate care
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

Article 5 - Patient Satisfaction.docx

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Objective: patient" satisfactions and dissatisfaction, time, communication in relation to patient adherence with the management plan recommended by the
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MCGILLNUR1 220Sonya LaszloFall

NUR1 220 Lecture Notes - Idolatry, Hinder

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11 Nov 2012
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Knowing something is so vs. knowing how to do something. Requires explicit, implicit, direct and indirect knowledge of the person. Barrier to caring is
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauSummer

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Wind Chime

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15 Jun 2012
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A sense of togetherness that promotes capacity for change. A balance between mutual and independent action on the part of family members. Availability
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauSummer

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Life Matters, Antihypertensive Drug, Social Learning Theory

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15 Jun 2012
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During morning report, the nurse completing the night shift stated that nt"s bp was 199/ 105 and the patient refused to take the anti-hypertensive medi
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauSummer

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Conflict Avoidance, Frederick Mccubbin, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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15 Jun 2012
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Because communication facilitates all family functioning, intervention efforts need to focus on increasing family members" abilities to express and res
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauSummer

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Social Learning Theory, Conflict Resolution, Health Promotion

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15 Jun 2012
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Supporting and strengthening families through expected and unexpected life events. Change in family is constant change in family experiences, family un
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauSummer

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Genogram, Active Listening

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15 Jun 2012
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Exploring and getting to know the family helps the family to share concerns and to describe their experience of the situation. Family constructs their
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauSummer

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Monogamy, Noncustodial Parent, Differential Association

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15 Jun 2012
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Roles are the behaviours associated with one who holds a particular position, position identifies a person"s status or place in a social system - norma
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MCGILLNUR1 221Sebastien BreauWinter

NUR1 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Midlife Crisis, Sperm Donation, Genogram

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15 Jun 2012
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Living together before legal marriage is the basis for a more long-lasting marriage. Aged 15 and over who are single increasing. Aged 15 and over livin
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MCGILLNUR1 324ProfSummer

NUR1 324 Lecture Notes - Domestic Violence, Homeostasis, Semipermeable Membrane

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15 Jun 2012
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Family definition: according to stephanie coontz: family originally meant band of slaves, murdock"s definition, social group characterized by common re
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MCGILLNUR1 324ProfSummer

NUR1 324 Lecture Notes - Renin, Osteoporosis, Follicular Antrum

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15 Jun 2012
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Involves hormone secretion into the blood by endocrine gland. To hormone is transported by the blood to a distant target site. Example of long-distant
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MCGILLNUR1 324ProfSummer

NUR1 324 Lecture Notes - Menopause, Aldosterone, Ectopic Beat

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15 Jun 2012
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The blood is not always in the vessels. 1 new and old blood mix in the ventricle. The systemic and pulmonary circulations are in series with one anothe
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MCGILLNUR1 324ProfSummer

respiration.doc

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Functions of the conducting airways: defence against bacterial infection and foreign particles: The epithelial cells possess cilia and secrete mucous.
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MCGILLNUR1 324ProfSummer

digestion.doc

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Main role in homeostasis: provide appropriate amount and type of nutrients to body. Main properties: tubular nature, communication with external enviro
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MCGILLNUR1 324ProfSummer

Physiology - Cardiovascular Notes.docx

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15 Jun 2012
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Flow = volume (ml or l) /time (min) Cardiac output = 5 l/min: flow generated by left or right heart. Flow through a vessel = area (cm3) x mean velocity
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MCGILLNUR1 324ProfSummer

NUR1 324 Lecture Notes - Vasodilation, Pneumothorax, Muscle Spindle

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15 Jun 2012
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Trachea bronchi bronchioles terminal bronchi respiratory bronchi alveolar ducts alveolar sacs. Nasal septum and nasal turbinates clean air in nose. Mou
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MCGILLNUR1 233Sonia Elizabeth SemenicSummer

NUR1 233 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Friability, Renal Blood Flow, Sinusitis

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13 Jun 2012
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Gravida a woman who is pregnant. Multigravida a woman who has two or more pregnancies. Multipara a woman who has completed two or more pregnancies to 2
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MCGILLNUR1 233Sonia Elizabeth SemenicSummer

Chapter 11.docx

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13 Jun 2012
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Visualization of fetus by real-time ultrasound examination: 5-6 weeks. Fetal heart tones detected by ultrasound: 6 weeks. Visualization of fetus by rad
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MCGILLNUR1 233Sonia Elizabeth SemenicSummer

NUR1 233 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Shoulder Dystocia, Perineum, Levator Ani

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13 Jun 2012
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Size of fetal head, fetal presentation, fetal lie, fetal attitude, fetal position. Placenta: passenger too rarely impedes process of labor in normal va
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MCGILLNUR1 233Sonia Elizabeth SemenicSummer

NUR1 233 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Meconium, Uterine Atony, Subarachnoid Space

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13 Jun 2012
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MCGILLNUR1 233Sonia Elizabeth SemenicSummer

NUR1 233 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Glucose, Amniotic Sac, Hemoglobin

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13 Jun 2012
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Chapter 18: nursing care during labor and birth. Beings with onset of regular uterine contractions and ends with compelte cervical effacement and dilat
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