The family feature relates to unrestricted relationships between a person and the environment. On the other hand, the collaboration feature ensures the presence of a favorable environment for learning with a view of meeting the health care needs of the person. Ultimately, the learning concept seeks to develop an environment that facilitates achievement of health care needs. Ideally, according to the McGill model, the four concepts help in promoting health care among individuals in the society (Austin & Boyd, 2010). The Patient On 25 November 2012, we admitted a 45-year old man at our health facility with disease symptoms that suggested the presence of tuberculosis and/or malaria. The patient required primary care, diagnosis, and treatment. Ideally, the patient depicted symptoms, which include fever, fatigue, night sweats, headache, weight loss (WebMD, 2013), chest pains, chills, and vomiting (WHO, 2013). Notably, the patient had a medical history of arthritis, hypertension, chronic problems, and Plasmodium falciparum malaria. The patient diagnoses entailed two detailed chest X-rays, skin tests, and the analysis of the sputum which confirmed the presence of calcification in the lungs and tuberculosis-like bacteria (Schiffman, 2013). At the same time, the laboratory testing of the patient’s blood confirmed the presence of a P. falciparum parasite that led to the diagnosis of severe malaria. The blood test entailed observing the patient’s blood smear on a microscope slide (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2013). As such, the patient nursing care needs included tobacco and alcohol control, observing proper sanitation, advocating...
This paper approves that the diagnosing step involves making logical and informed nursing decisions about a health or health issues affecting a patient. This step describes the health issue(s) and determines the patient’s risk to encounter more health problems. This step informs the nurse on the course of treatment. The planning stage involves developing a plan of action with close consideration to prioritized assessment incases of multiple diagnoses. Priority goes to the diagnoses with the most severe symptoms and high risk factors. This stage follows the standardized nursing terms and measurements that derive the patient’s wellness. The implementation stage involves adopting the action plan for specific patients. This entails monitoring the patient’s treatment progress, instructing the patient, and referring the patient for medical follow-up. The evaluation stage seeks to establish the achievement of the patient’s wellness goals.
This essay makes a conclusion that health promotion and primary health care principles applied within the context of the McGill nursing model. They applied through the model’s assumption that the promotion of care results in responsible health behavior among members of the society enhances the quality of health. Health promotion and primary health care principles include accessibility, community participation, empowerment, health promotion, holistic, appropriate technology, sustainability, participative, and inter-sectorial collaboration. Notably, the principles of promotion of care and community participation correlated with the assumption of the promotion of care results and positive community participation in enhancing the quality of health.