Conceptual Models for Population-focused Public Health Nursing Interventions and Outcomes: The State of the Art When identifying a theory or model to guide health promotion or disease prevention programs, it is important to consider a range of factors, such as the specific health problem being addressed, the population(s) being served, and the contexts within … Under a population health model, providers manage care—from preventive and maintenance care to acute care and long-term care–for a defined population. Public Health Nursing, also called Community Nursing, is a type of nursing that is concerned with the overall health of the community. - "A proposed conceptual model of nursing and population health." Revisions in the model have been made, and the model has been used to guide the evolution of a nursing doctoral program and doctoral dissertation research. The purpose of this review, in concert with this priority, is to analyze the current status of PHN conceptual models. Figure 2 e Diagram for an example of a CMNPH-guided hypothetical study of the effect of a medication management educational program on medication management by a population of Hispanic older … conceptual models of nursing: (kŏn-sĕp′chū-ăl) Sets of abstract and general concepts and propositions that each provide a distinctive frame of reference for viewing human beings, the environment, health, and nursing goals am actions; used to guide nursing practice, research, education, and administration. To describe a Conceptual Model of Nursing and Population Health about the intersection of nursing and population health.Review of literature and derivation of a new conceptual model.The conceptual model concepts are upstream factors, population factors, health care system factors, nursing activities, and population health outcomes. Unless a given theory is broad enough in scope to address health and the determinants of health from a population perspective, the theory will not be very useful to community health nurses. Community health nurses often hold jobs in the government or at publicly-funded clinics, but also work for private health agencies. The need for a stronger theoretic base that can guide population‐focused nursing practice and research was strongly emphasized. This tool, the Hands on Automated Nursing Data System (HANDS) 43 is an electronic plan of care (POC) documentation system that can be used to gather the variables in the proposed conceptual model, making it possible to comprehensively examine the relationship between nurse continuity and HAPUs. Population health requires data and analytics to identify at-risk patients and target services that reduce their use of expensive and low-quality care. Brief Description. From the conference, public health nursing intervention models emerged as one of four top priorities. The revised model provides a … It is a process model that focuses on both the “what” and “when” of upstream interventions that focus on system-level changes that can improve the health of a population. A conceptual model of nursing and health policy was proposed by the authors in 2001. Available online at www.sciencedirect.com Nurs Outlook 63 (2015) 288e298 www.nursingoutlook.org A proposed conceptual model of nursing and population health Jacqueline Fawcett, PhD, RN, FAAN*, Carol Hall Ellenbecker, PhD, RN Department of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Boston, Boston, MA The model is designed for practice at a population level, including organizational of geographically defined populations. Conceptual model.