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Community as Client

System Approach A line of thought originating in the management field, which stresses the interactive nature and interdependence of external and internal factors in an organization.
The Socio-ecological model Views individuals as having dynamic interactions with social and environmental features of communities.
Neuman systems model Community health is defined in terms of system stability as characterized by five interacting sets of factors: physiological, psychological, sociocultural, developmental, and spiritual
Community-As-Partner model Identifies major community systems as physical environment, health and social services, economy, transportation and safety, politics and government, communication, education, and recreation.
World Health Organization's (WHO) Healthy Cities program Describes four aims of healthy communities as (1) supporting individual health, (2) promoting quality of life, (3) distributing the resources needed for basic sanitation and hygiene, and (4) creating accessible health care services.
Coalitions Formal partnerships in which individuals and organizations serve in defined capacities such as steering committees, advisory committees, and work group
Passive participation The antithesis of the partnership approach most valued in nurse-community partnerships, in which all partners are actively involved in and share power in assessing, planning, and implementing needed community changes
Active partnership All participants share leadership and decision making to some degree.
Created by: Dr.D