primary health care principles to protect and promote health for people at risk of exposure to HIV

primary health care principles to protect and promote health for people at risk of exposure to HIV.

This assignment requires students to use case scenario 3 HIV,

Discuss how community nurses can use social inclusion and primary health care principles to protect and promote health for people at risk of exposure to HIV and for people living with HIV/AIDs.

1. Include a summary of social inclusion and primary health care

2. Include a description of discrimination and stigma issues affecting people at risk of exposure to HIV and people living with HIV/AIDs

3. Include case scenario 3 HIV, in your discussion as an examples of community nursing interventions and approaches to support health promotion and social inclusion for people at risk of exposure to HIV and for people living with HIV/AIDs.

Assignment 2 is an essay

The following are required

· An introduction

· A main body

· A conclusion

Body of essay

1. Include a summary of social inclusion and primary health care

· What does social inclusion mean

· What does primary health care mean

· How is social inclusion part of primary health care

· Consider relevant chapters from textbook. (Kralik and van Loon editors)

· Consider the Declaration of Alma Ata (World Health Organisation, 1978)

· Other relevant literature

2. Include a description of discrimination and stigma issues affectiong people at risk of exposure to HIV and people living with HIV/AIDs

· Use the reference from WHO (2016)

Ø World Health Organisation. Consolidated guidelines on HIV prevention, diagnosis, treatment and care for key population.

· Who are the people at risk of exposure to HIV? Consider the key population in the WHO (2016) document

· What are the discrimination and stigma issues these people encounter (see the WHO document)

· Student will use the WHO (2016) reference

· Students will use other references relevant to discrimination and stigma issues for key population living with HIV

3. Include case scenario 3 HIV, in your discussion as an example of community nursing interventions and approaches to support health promotion and social inclusion for people at risk of exposure to HIV and for people living with HIV/AIDs

· Use scenario 3 HIV re a global focus, an Australian focus, or both if you wish , you do not need to reference the scenario

· Argue how you nominated nursing interventions would be expected to promote health and to promote social inclusion for people at risk of exposure to HIV and for people living with HIV/AIDs

· Some community interventions are listed here (students may select one or more interventions, students are not required to present each intervention listed, there may be other relevant interventions that are not listed):

Ø Health promotion

Ø Participative and inclusive approaches

Ø Counselling and testing

Ø Advocating for clients (can include a range of interventions, advocating with government and policy makers, advocating with communities and education, advocacy with healthcare professionals)

Ø Listening and helping clients through difficult times

Ø Assessing and monitoring clients’ health

Ø Providing clients, carers and family with education, advice and support to help clients live with HIV/AIDs

Ø Working with other healthcare providers to ensure clients receive the best care

Ø Providing clients with a private and respectful service

Ø Helping clients with medications

Ø Connecting clients with other services or support groups

Ø Providing some mental health and social work support

Ø Providing care and support to refugees and asylum seekers who live with HIV

Ø Assessing clients’ ability to remain at home or return to work

Ø Supporting clients in achieving goals

References—always APA 6th edition

· There are no required number of references for assignment 2, we suggest a minimum of 6 references

· Student can use reference that are prescribed/recommended reading for the unit

· Student can use journal literature published from 2000 onwards. We accept the Declaration of Alma Ata (WHO, 1978) because this document remains current

primary health care principles to protect and promote health for people at risk of exposure to HIV