Community Conceptual Model

1676 Words Oct 19th, 2014 7 Pages
Community Conceptual Model
Leonie Taylor-Brown, Kellie Durner, Diane Nims, Jessica O’ Hara
NUR/544
August 25, 2014
Amy Weaver FNP

Community Conceptual Model Milio's framework for prevention was created as a complement to health belief model (HBM). HBM is based on individuals avoiding disease, but has limitations, such as placing the burden of action on the patient (Nies and McEwen, 2011). While Milio recognized these limitations, she continued the development of her framework for prevention. She focused on opportunities for nurses to make changes at the population level. Milio also noted that health care deficits resulted in an imbalance between health needs and health resources, and therefore believed that health
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Much of the data is gathered by researchers in studies who tend to investigate these areas as a means to make a profit. College and University researchers in sociology, psychology and other human behaviors seek answers to these questions as well, and data resulting from such research is available nationally, by region and often internationally for comparison purposes. There is a wealth of data available at the local, state, national, and international levels about the behavior of consumers related to health care choices, health maintenance, preventative health care, insurance choices, product use, barriers to utilizing certain facilities, providers, products and screenings, lifestyle choices and many other data points that seek to analyze and determine why individuals and communities choose what they choose. Much of the data is gathered by researchers in studies which tend to investigate these areas as a means to make a profit. College and University researchers in sociology, psychology and other human behaviors seek answers to these questions as well and data…