A nurse conducts an assessment on a young family with a new baby boy. The husband has recently been promoted to a higher paying position but is not sure if he will be making enough money to move a new apartment in a safer neighborhood. Based on this information, the nurse determines that this family currently has risk factors. Identify those risk factors associated with the young family. Discuss possible interventions or resources for the family using the resources available in your community.
Readings indicate that even as multiculturalism gains support in the United States and other countries, many people from different cultures continue to experience marginalization, including those with health disparities. Search and retrieve a primary research article from the South University Online Library on this topic. Summarize a brief report and include innovative suggestions to minimize marginalization.
A 33-year-old Hispanic male is admitted and complains of a tingling sensation in his left leg, vertigo, and loss of balance. When you begin to perform intake history, you notice that his speech is slurred, his teeth are in need of repair, and he seems to be very drowsy.
What other findings may you find in this individual?
What would you think is the underlying cause of this patient\’s complaint?
How would you proceed with your assessment specifically for this patient?