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Family Analysis project

Family Analysis project OTE: You will create and upload an original Word file for this assignment instead of typing directly into this document. Overview Select one (1) family based on personal/professional acquaintance, to complete a comprehensive, written assessment/analysis using the criteria listed below (based on class notes and readings). DO NOT use your family of orientation (family of origin) or your nuclear (conjugal) family. (For definitions, see the Glossary of Terms in Friedman et al, Family Nursing textbook. Objectives • Examine the impact of functional patterns and role structure on the family. • Examine family relationships and communication patterns. • Identify influences on family health promotion. Grading Rubric Family Analysis Project Target 60 pointsmax Acceptable At least 42 points Unacceptable Less than 42points Introduction (5 points) Introductionispresentand forecastscontentof the paper. (4-5 points) Introductionispresentand forecaststhe content ofthe paper. (3-4 points) Introductionispresent. (0-1 point) Description of NuclearFamily or Variant Family Form (8 points) Comprehensive descriptionof nuclear familyor variant familyform; demographictrends (composition, form, ages, educational level);developmental stage (7-8 points) Adequate description of nuclearfamilyor variant familyform; demographic trends(composition, form, ages, educationallevel); developmentalstage (4-6 points) Minimaldescription of nuclearfamilyor variant familyform; demographic trends(composition, form, ages, educationallevel); developmentalstage. Some elementsmaybemissing. (0-3 point) Sociocultural Data: Cultural/Ethnic Asessment; Social Class Status (5 points) Comprehensive description ofthe socioculturaldata, includingan assessment of cultural/ethnicand social classstatus (4-5 points) Adequate description of the socioculturaldata, including an assessmentof cultural ethnicandsocialclass status (2-3 points) Minimaldescription of the socioculturaldata, including an assessmentof cultural ethnicandsocialclass status (0-1 point) Genogram &Ecomap (14 points) Genogramrepresentsa minimumof 2 generations; Usescorrectsymbolsto demonstrate relationships; Includessymbollegend Ecomapidentifiesfamily relationshipsinside the middle circle; Usesexternalcirclesto include representation from multiple formaland informal supportsystems; Identifiesthe nature of relationshipsbetween familymembersand supportsystems; Includeslegend (12-14 points) Genogramrepresentsonly 1 generation; Usesmostlycorrect symbolsto demonstrate relationships; Includessymbollegend Ecomapidentifiesfamily relationshipsinside the middle circle; Usesexternalcirclesto include representation from some formaland informal supportsystems; Identifiesthe nature of some of the relationships between familymembers and support systems; Includeslegend (7-11 points) Genogramisincomplete; Usessome correctsymbols to demonstrate relationships; Includessymbollegend Ecomapidentifiessome familyrelationshipsinside the middlecircle; Usesexternalcirclesto include some representationfromformal and informalsupport systems; Identifiesthe nature of a fewof the relationships between familymembers and support systems; Includeslegend. (0-6 points) Environment: Physical Setting (Home, Neighborhood, Community) (5 points) Clearlydepictsthe physicalenvironment, including the home, neighborhood,and community. (4-5 points) Depictssome of the physicalenvironment, including the home, neighborhood,and community. (2-3 point) Depictssome of the physicalenvironment, including the home, neighborhood,and community. (0-1 point) Communication (5 points) Carefullydescribesthe qualityandmethodsof communicationwithin the family (4-5 points) Generallydescribes some of the quality and/or methodsof communicationwith the family (2-3 point) Inadequatelydescribes some of the qualityor methodsof communicationwith the family (0-1 points) PowerStructure: Hierarchy; PowerBases; Coalitions (5 points) Clearlyexplainsthe power structure within the family,including the power hierarchy, power bases, and coalitions (4-5 points) Adequatelyexplainsthe power structure within the family,including the power hierarchy,power bases,andcoalitions (2-3 point) Inadequatelyexplains the power structure within thefamily, including the power hierarchy, powerbases, and coalitions (0-1 points) Role Structure: Relationships (Formal &Informal) (5 points) Clearlydescribesthe roleswithin the family and howtheyrelate to one another, both formallyand informally 4-5 (2 points) Adequatelydescribesthe roleswithin the family and howtheyrelate to one another, both formallyand informally (2-3 point) Inadequatelydescribes the roleswithin the familyand/or howthey relate toone another (0-1 points) Values: Norms &Rules (5 points) Thoroughlyexplains the valuesof the family asdemonstrated through itsnormsand rules (4-5 points) Adequatelyexplainsthe valuesof the familyas demonstrated throughits normsand rules (2-3 point) Inadequatelyexplains the valuesof the family asdemonstrated through itsnormsand rules (0-1 points) Spiritual Activities (5 points) Thoroughlyexplains the spiritualactivitiesof the familyand their role in theirlives (4-5 points) Adequatelyexplainsthe spiritualactivitiesof the familyandtheir role in their lives (2-3 point) Inadequatelyexplains the spiritualactivitiesof the familyand their role in theirlives (0-1 points) Socialization: Child Rearing Practices; Intra- family Support/Social Network; Recreational/ Leisure Activities (5 points) Carefullyexplainseach aspectof socialization in the familyunit as outlined to the left. (4-5 points) Explainssome aspectsof socializationin the family unit asoutlined to the Left. (2-3. Points) Failsto explain some aspectsofsocialization in the familyunit as outlined to the left. (0-1 points) Adaptation: Role Conflicts/ Overload/ Changes; Coping Strategies (Functional &Dysfunctional); Problem- Solving Skills (4 points) Effectivelyexplainsthe adaptabilityof the familythrough itsrole conflicts,handlingof overload/changes, copingstrategies, both functional&dysfunctional,and problem-solvingskills (3-4 points) Attemptsto explain the adaptabilityof the family throughsomeof the following: handlingof role conflicts,handlingof overload/changes, copingstrategies, both functional&dysfunctional,and problem-solvingskills (1-2 point) No attempt to explain the adaptabilityof the familythrough some of the following: handling of roleconflicts, handling of overload/changes, copingstrategies, both functional&dysfunctional,and problem-solvingskills (0-1 points) Health Care: a.Beliefs Regarding Health/ Illness b.Practices Including Promotion/ Prevention Efforts 5 points) Comprehensively coversthe healthcare beliefsregarding health and illness, as wellaspracticesto promotehealthand preventillness. (4-5 points) Adequatelycoversthe healthcare beliefs regardinghealth and illness, aswellas practicesto promote health and prevent illness. (2-3 points) Minimallycoverssome of the healthcare beliefs regardinghealth and illness, aswellas practicesto promote health and prevent illness. (0-1 points) Interventions: a.Recommendationsfor Strengthening /Maintainingthe Family’s Health b.Discuss Interventions Based on at Least One Theoretical Framework 1) Health Belief Model (textbook, pp. 431- 432) or 2) Health Promotion Model (pp. 432-434) (14 points) Completelyoutlines recommendationsfor strengthening/maintaini ng the family’shealth and discusses interventionsbased on at least one theoretical frameworkfromthe Health Belief Model mentioned in the textbook(pp.431-432) or fromtheHealth PromotionModel(pp. 432-434) (12-14 points) Outlines recommendationsfor strengthening/maintain the family’shealth and discussesinterventions based on at leastone theoreticalframework fromthe Health Belief Modelmentionedin the textbook(pp.431-432) or fromthe Health PromotionModel(pp. 432-434) (9-11 points) Offersa few recommendationsfor strengthening/ maintaining the family’s health and discussesa fewinterventions. (0-8 points) Summary/Conclusion (5 points) Includessummaryand conclusion (4-5 points) Includessummaryand conclusion (2-3 points) Missingsummaryand/or conclusion (0-1 points) Format, Length, and Quality of Writing (5 points) AccuratelyfollowsAPA format, iswithin the requiredlength, andis free of errors. (4-5 points) MostlyfollowsAPA format, iswithin the requiredlength, andhas fewerrors. (2-3 points) LooselyfollowsAPA format, iswithin the requiredlength, and containsmanyerrors. (0-1 point) Instructions Once you have selected the family to study, begin your analysis. Use the Rubric on the previous pages to guide your work. CONFIDENTIALITY ALERT! DO NOT USE LAST NAMES FOR FAMILIES THAT ARE PERSONAL OR PROFESSIONAL ACQUAINTANCES. USE INITIALS or FIRST NAMES ONLY. Address each criterion listed in the Rubric in sufficient depth to reflect the data you obtained, your analysis of the data, and your recommendations for interventions. Be sure to include specific examples to validate your analysis. You must use references (textbook, class notes, others), and these must be cited throughout your paper. Submit your analysis in formal writing, typed using APA format. The limit is six (6) content pages. Once your paper is complete, you will follow the on-screen instructions to upload the document int]]>

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