add these 3 things to rough draft that is attached and made into final draft. patient profile need made up on a jane doe1. You need to submit a document containing everything you had
this week, in addition to a patient profile, questionnaire, completed food log,
and resources/referrals for the patient.The patient profile should contain a brief description of the patient that would usually be obtained from an initial patient interview (fake interview with your Joe/Jane Doe Patient) and include the following information: Demographic information – area of residence, type of neighborhood, rural vs. urban, etc. (environment) Level of physical activity overview Dietary overview Lifestyle overview Social activity overview Mental Health status overview (subjective) Current patient overall health – how are they feeling? (subjective information) Pain scale level (subjective – scale 1-10, with 1 being no pain and 10 being severe pain) Quality of life score (subjective – scale 1-10, 1 being no care to live and 10 being blissfully content) A written summary of your patient’s current health status along with the information above, also indicate any red flags, or situations that may be contributing to the patient’s health status.2. Your patient profile needs to be clearly organized and needs
to contain all of the required components listed in part 1 of the module 02
course project. 3. Your health questionnaire needs to reflect all of the changes
I recommended when I gave you feedback from module 03. , this is a good start. I have the following suggestions: For health history, instead of just asking “what is your health history,” provide a checklist of common health conditions that the patient could choose from to help jog their memory. Same thing for family health. I don’t think I understand number 5. How can you tell by looking at someone if they have a high risk of contracting a terminal disease? When the assignment asks for observation assessments, that means you observing them – how does their skin look? Is there swelling, bruising anywhere? Do they appear to generally be in good health? Etc. Auditory assessment also should be your auditory assessment of them, not a test of their hearing. Please re-do this section. For number 6, HBP stands for high blood pressure. So to say “normal HBP” and “low HBP” doesn’t make sense.I took some points off for the errors in number 5 and 6questionnaire attached needs these changes listed above all needs incorporated in the rough draft attached.any questions please ask
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Running Head: DIABETES, OBESITY WELLNESS PLAN
Diabetes, Obesity Wellness Plan
Jeff Clayborn
Rasmussen College
!2/09/2018
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DIABETES, OBESITY WELLNESS PLAN
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Diabetes, Obesity Wellness Plan
People who are obese and have diabetes need to gain an understanding of their
conditions. Understanding the basis of the conditions, especially, obesity may create a firm
foundation for allowing the affected population to observe the best eating and dietary habits.
Obesity may arise primarily from poor eating habits and lack of the required levels of physical
exercises. In the end, the affected patients may bring about conditions such as diabetes among
others. The general public should, therefore, take note of their health statuses which would help
them to understand the possible conditions they may be suffering from. A personal wellness plan
acts as a guideline that allows a given individual to assess his or her conditions with the aim of
improving the underlying health status. In the case presented above, Jane suffers from obesity
and diabetes. Jane wants to improve her overall health condition by changing her lifestyle. The
primary aim of this wellness plan, therefore, revolves around guiding Jane into achieving the
desired goals with regard to containing obesity.

Basic information about obesity

An action plan with strategic goals

Timeline

Regular exercises

Eat healthy diets

Constantly monitor weight levels

Avoid food traps

Observe consistency
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Basic information about obesity
Obesity arises from a collection of numerous factors. Some of these factors include the
biological conditions as well as the lifestyle based concepts. For instance, the most common
causes of obesity include overeating, lack of sufficient physical activities, underlying health
conditions, some medications, genetics, high intake of starch-full foods and some diseases such
as the Cushing Syndrome among others. However, the highest contributor to obesity among the
children and adults in the US today include lack of sufficient physical activity, high intake of
starch-rich foods and also eating a lot (Callahan, 2013). Other factors that contribute to the
achievement of obesity may include stress or mental related issues. After understanding the
basics of obesity, the next step involves analyzing the patient`s lifestyle from multiple
perspectives such as diets and also health dimension. This plan assumes that the patient does not
suffer from any other underlying health conditions that may contribute to the witnessed cases of
obesity. Further, this wellness assumes that Jane`s condition with regards to diabetes came as a
result of obesity.
An action plan with strategic goals
This section seeks to help Jane to improve her lifestyle based on the previously gathered
information about her health conditions. Further, this section highlights the various steps that
Jane should take which will, in the end, help her reduce the excessive weight and probably evade
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higher risks of increased diabetes. The first step in making this action plan revolves around the
setting of the various goals. However Jane must after identifying the underlying problem and the
need for change set the ultimate timeline. The timeline, in this case, will assist Jane to take the
entire exercise seriously.
Timeline
Jane should implement the goals she intends to st in not more than 6 months. Although
the exercise will continue even after that, Jane should assess the progress of the plan after every
1 month. The exercise should continue until the time when Jane will achieve the desired goals.
Goal and strategies to reduce obesity
Regular exercises
As mentioned above, obesity arises from primarily unhealthy eating habits and poor
lifestyles. By poor lifestyle, this statement implies a lifestyle where one does not consider
exercising at all. Jane, in this case, should ensure that she sets the time to exercise each day. The
time allocated for exercises should be consistent to Jane`s day to day tasks. For instance, Jane
may opt to exercise in the morning after waking up and late in the evening before taking dinner.
Jane should exercise at least three days a week. These three days should involve high-intensity
exercises while the remaining days light exercises like jogging (Mitchell, Catenacci, Wyatt &
Hill, 2011). Other exercises that can help to burn the extra calories may include cycling, hiking
and playing various physical games like soccer among others.
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Eat healthy diets
As the primary cause of obesity, Jane should observe her diet. Jane should ensure that she
eats a balanced diet each time. For every meal that Jane intakes, she should ensure that she
includes a lot of fruits and water. On the other hand, Jane should ensure that she eats low-calorie
foods that do not contain high levels of fats and starch.
Further, Jane should avoid alcohol as much as possible. Other foods that Jane should
avoid may include snacks, sweets, and candy. Jane should make this eating habit a culture which
h should start immediately and follow promptly. Following the right meals and lifestyle promptly
should promote a culture driven by healthy eating and living (Mayo Clinic, n.d.).
Constantly monitor weight levels
Jane should after implementing the above strategies and techniques seek to monitor her
weight. Jane should monitor her weight after every 14 days. Continually monitoring the weight
may allow Jane to understand if the adopted strategies are making progress or not. On the other
hand, Jane through observing her weight will be in a position to set goals. For instance, Jane may
set a goal of reducing about 10 pounds of weight in 14 days.
Further, monitoring weight regularly promotes a culture of award and punishment. For
instance, if Jane finds out that during the first two weeks she lost weight and the following period
she gains, she should reward herself accordingly. In case she meets her goals, Jane should treat
herself. On the other hand, she should punish herself if she gains weight except in the cases of an
underlying medical condition.
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Avoid food traps
Jane should always avoid food traps that may get her back to in taking and consuming
junks. For instance, Jane can prevent such incidents by keeping a record of all the foods that she
eats and the timeline that she follows. If any other food does not fall into the list mad, Jane
should avoid it. Further, Jane should only eat when hungry. Creating such a routine may, in the
end, help Jane to observe her eating habits and reduce the chances of falling into the food traps
(Stanford Health Care, n.d.).
Observe consistency
Remaining consistent in the process will play a huge role in fostering faster recovery.
Jane, in this case, should ensure that she follows the set guidelines to the word and seek medical
attention in case of any arising areas that may bring in confusion. Jane further should
continuously maintain the desired level of interaction with her physician. For instance, Jane
should visit her dietician and physician every four weeks. The primary reason for booking such
appointments comes from the fact that the physician may highlight some of the areas that Jane
needs to focus more on to achieve maximum benefits out of her plan. This wellness plan acts as
the first step that can help Jane to transform her lifestyle and eating habits.
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References
Mayo Clinic. (n.d.). Obesity. Mayo Clinic. Retrieved 8 December 2018. From
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/obesity/symptoms-causes/syc-20375742
Stanford Health Care. (n.d.). How to Prevent Obesity. Stanford Health Care. Retrieved 8
December 2018. From https://stanfordhealthcare.org/medical-conditions/healthyliving/obesity/prevention.html
Mitchell, N. S., Catenacci, V. A., Wyatt, H. R., & Hill, J. O. (2011). Obesity: an overview of an
epidemic. Psychiatric Clinics, 34(4), 717-732.
Callahan, D. (2013). Obesity: Chasing an elusive epidemic. Hastings Center Report, 43(1), 3440.
CAM- BASED HEALTH -INTAKE QUESTIONNAIRE
Jeff Clayborn
12/2/2018
Rasmussen College
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PART ONE
CAM- BASED HEALTH -INTAKE QUESTIONNAIRE
Name……………………………
DOB……………….. Age…………. Marital Status………………….
Address
City
Zip Code
Telephone.
Phone
Email Address…………………….
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Ethnicity
Educational level
Form Completion Date.
Appointment Date
1.
What is your health history? Explain
2.
Please elaborate and give a brief history of your families’ health?
3.
Do you have nutrition or calories counter? YES ……../ NO……..
4.
Have you ever had any significant surgeries/ illness?
.
5.
(i)For the observation assessment of whether the patient has a high likely hood to
contract a terminal disease. (OFFICIAL USE ONLY)
YES
NO
(ii) VISIBILITY COMPLEXITY
HIGH
LOW
(iii) AUDITORY ASSESSMENT
High Hearing
6.
Low Hearing
Normal HBP……………….(YES/NO)
Low HBP…………………… (YES/NO)
Pulse Rate.
Physical Test……………
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(PASS/ FAIL)
7.
Supplement List
(i)
Which drugs are the patient allergic? (TICK)
Aspirin
Meloxicam
Paxil
Prozac
Anti-malaria drugs
Diclomon
Paracetamol
8.
Do you use CAM care extra often than conservative medicine? If yes, please
define. If not leave it blank (Nicolais & Stern, 2014).
9.
often?
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Are there wellness therapies you receive or practice on a routine basis? How
PART TWO
CAM- BASED HEALTH INTAKE QUESTIONNAIRE
Name……JOHN DOE………………………
DOB……11/05/1991……..Age…25……….Marital Status……SINGLE…………….
Address: P.O BOX 121-9292001
City
NEW YORK
Zip Code 820
Telephone…+0178373 Phone 01727264874
Email Address…johndoe@yahoo.com
Ethnicity: AFRICAN AMERICAN
Form Completion Date: 12/2/2018
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Educational level: DEGREE
Appointment Date 23/2/2018
1.
What is your health history? Explain
My current health status is moderate; I am diabetic, a cancer savior and a liver transplant
receiver. I usually have mild migraines, and I sweat a lot in the last three years. Daily exercise
regulates my heart rate and prevents me from having a heart attack.
2.
Please elaborate and give a brief history of your family’s health?
My family has a history of obesity and heart attack condition. Only my mother has high
blood pressure as for my father her is athletic and does not have any form of mortal/obesity past.
My two siblings both are obese. Our lineage from my grandparents has a history of obesity.
3.

4.
Do you have nutrition or calories counter?
YES
/
NO
Have you ever had any significant surgeries/ illness?
Yes, I once had a liver transplant in 2015.
5.
(i)For the observation assessment of whether the patient has a high likely hood to
contract a terminal disease. (OFFICIAL USE ONLY)
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YES
6.
VISIBILITY COMPLEXITY

HIGH
NO
LOW
7.
AUDITORY ASSESSMENT

High Hearing
8.
Normal HBP…………NO…….(YES/NO)
a.
Low HBP…………………… (YES/NO)
b.
Pulse Rate: NORMAL
c.
Physical Test: PASS…………( PASS/ FAIL)
9.
Which drugs are the patient NOT allergic? (TICK)

Aspirin

Meloxicam

Paxil

Low Hearing
Prozac

Anti-malaria drugs

Diclomon

Paracetamol
10.
Do you use CAM care extra often than conservative medicine? If yes,
please define. If not leave it blank,
Yes, CAM is safe and effective for me, and I prefer it as an alternative to modern today
medicine.
11.
Are there wellness therapies you receive or practice on a routine basis? Massage,
acupuncture, meditation, yoga, etc. How often?
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Yes, there is a therapy I practice once a week in a yoga class. It elevates my spirit and
modifies my inner strength (James, et al., 2016).
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References
Nicolais, C., & Stern, M. (2014). Critical synthesis package: CAM health belief questionnaire
(CHBQ). MedEdPORTAL, (10).
James, Peter Bai, Abdulai Jawo Bah, and Idrissa Momoh Kondorvoh. “Exploring self-use,
attitude and interest to study complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) among
final year undergraduate medical, pharmacy and nursing students in Sierra Leone: a
comparative study.” BMC complementary and alternative medicine 16.1 (2016): 121.
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