Name Professor Course Date Family Health Record and Risk Assessment Introduction The most disease that affects human beings can be controlled or reduced to greater extents by the things we do. In this case the patient’s family line has a sequence of developing the hereditary disease some of which are propelled to be rampant due to the behavior of these people. Most of the diseases that are discussed in this client’s life are hereditary. Heart attack to a large extent is hereditary. However in some patients it is caused by the kind of lifestyle that these people live. Stroke COPD is also hereditary and could be as a result of poor lifestyle (Okura et al. 2014). The patient has been described to be having a certain lifestyle that could expose him to contract these disease and conditions having in mind that these diseases are already health can be important in many ways. The following are some examples: it helps in predicting the future of a certain family in terms f diseases inherited and also helps to determine which risk is likely to fall to someone. Every health providing facility should have a way or a branch that is responsible for making sure that there are better ways of counseling different people and also make sure that everybody is in a family record program that will ease the process of administering drugs to the patients. References Reynolds Frances. "Psychological responses to menopausal hot flushes: implications of a qualitative study for counselling interventions." Counselling Psychology Quarterly 10.3 (2017): 309-321. Okura Yuji et al. "Agreement between self-report questionnaires and medical record data was substantial for diabetes hypertension myocardial infarction and stroke but not for heart failure." Journal of clinical epidemiology 57.10 (2014): 1096-1103. [...]
Need the paper for today!!! 3-4 page APA format paper, use the below #2, 3, & 4 emboldened headings to organize your work. 2. Genogram assessment (15 points). From this client's family health assessment, decide, then explain what genetic factors, disease(s) or conditions are the greatest risk to your client and children. 3. Risk assessment (15 points): Discuss 2 specific counseling interventions you could plan that would reduce health risk to client's family (after assessing the family’s health history and genogram). 4. Conclusion 10 points: Write a short summary of the benefits of a family health history and risk assessment for your family. Summarize the recommendations. Genogram: History of parents and Grandparents include, heart attack, stroke, COPD, all deceased. History of brother include cardiomyopathy, alive. History of adolescent son with Type 1 diabetes, 3 more healthy children. Personal history of patient include HTN diagnosed at 31 years old, and stroke at 43 years old without sequelae, current age 51, smoker 1 pack per day, no exercise activities, works in an office sitting all day, don't take time to have any leisure activities, very depressed, and stressed.