MSN 5550 Health Promotion: Prevention of Diseases
Instructions: Read the following case study and answer the reflective questions. Please provide rationales for your answers. Make sure to provide citations/references for your answers in APA format. please check plagiarism less than 25%.
CASE STUDY: Albert
Albert Mitchell is a 36-year-old man who will be traveling to Dubai to give a business presentation in 3 months. Although he has traveled widely in the United States as a consultant, this is his first trip to the Middle East. He requests information regarding immunizations needed before his trip.
Albert states that as he will be in Dubai for only a few days, he is unlikely to contract a disease in such a short time and therefore believes that it is illogical to obtain immunizations.
Albert states that he has heard that the side effects of the immunizations might be worse than the diseases they prevent. He is also concerned about leaving his wife at home alone because she is 6 months pregnant.
1. How would you address Albert’s beliefs?
2. What learning would be needed in each domain?
3. What learning theories would you consider?
4. How might his family concerns be addressed?
Required Instructional Resources and Materials
Edelman, Kudza (2018). Health Promotion throughout the Life Span. (9 th Ed.). Elsevier ISBN: 978-0- 323-41673-3.
Buttaro, T., Trybulski, J., Polgar-Bailey, P., & Sandberg-Cook, J. (2021). Primary Care: Interprofesisonal Collaborative Practice, (6th ed.). Elsevier ISBN: 978-0-323-57015-2.
Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th Ed.). (2010). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Reinisch, C. (2016). Family Nurse Practitioner Review and Resource Manual Volume 1. 5 th Ed. SBN: 978-1-935-21390-1
Reinisch, C. (2016). Family Nurse Practitioner Review and Resource Manual Volume 2. 5 th Ed. ISBN: 978-1-935-2194-9
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service. (2010) Healthy People 2020: National health promotion and disease prevention objectives. Washington, D.C.: http://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/default.aspx
You can use other sources too, this is just a guide.