A comprehensive presentation of the Omaha System, a patient problem classification system based on actual practice and research results. Developed by practicing nurses in community health care settings, this system is tested for reliability and validity, and provides a basis for a total practice and recording system. The authors are the principal investigators on the seven year federally funded project and present the material in a practical manner, making application easy.Applications for Community Health Nursing Karen S. Martin, Nancy J. Scheet. TABLE 10-1 m ... Clienta#39;s meal plan, types of foods, amounts, timing of meals and Snacks, importance of COnSistency . Critical ... State that appropriate food choices are important for good nutrition. sired body weight. ... own eating patterns that need changing. lifestyle and within the guidelines of personal diet prescription.
|Title||:||The Omaha System|
|Author||:||Karen S. Martin, Nancy J. Scheet|
|Publisher||:||W B Saunders Company - 1992|