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ScoreBuilders 2015

Safety & protection; Professional responsibilities; Research

ADA Doorway Min 32" width, Max 24" depth
ADA Hallway 36" width
ADA WC turn radius 60" width, 78" length
ADA forward reach in WC Low reach 15", High reach 48"
ADA sink Not less than 29" in height, Not greater than 40" from floor to bottom of mirror or paper dispenser
ADA toilet 17-19" from floor to top of toilet
ADA Parking 96" width, 240" length, 2% of ttl parking spaces
ADA Ramp Min 36", Handrails if rise is greater than 6" and 72" run
ADA Rise vs. Run Ramp should posses 12" of horizontal run for every 1" of vertical rise.......equals 8.3% grade
Nagi Model.....Pathology occurs at cellar level
Nagi Model.....impairment occurs at organ level
Nagi Model....Functional Limitation Inability to perform an action due to impairment....at level of whole person
Nagi Model........ Disability Any restriction or inability to perform a socially defined role
Affective domain attitudes, values, emotions
Cognitive domain knowledge & understanding
Psychomotor domain physical action or motor skill
5 Stages of dying Denial, anger, bargaining, depression, acceptance
4 Team Models.....Unidisciplinary single discipline provides pt. care
Multidisciplinary Several different disciplines are involved, but function independently and communicate thru medical records
Interdisciplinary several different disciplines are involved, but function independently but coordinate with each other
Transdisciplinary Numerous disciplines function as a collective unit, have team goals rather than individual
Created by: lcox