1. Reflect on what wellness and health mean to you. You’ll compare this reflection with one at the end of the course.
2. In the text box, Write down your score only and reflect on your score for your Readiness for Change Assessment. What level was your score? Look at your Wheel of Life from the lecture notes and think about a change you want to make.
3. Describe what you want to change, how you plan to implement the change, what barriers and supports do you anticipate, and why you want to make this change.
Please submit at least a paragraph (5 sentences) with correct spelling/grammar.
Examples of behavior change: increased sleep, decreased stress, decreased screen time, more time to study, decreased caffeine, decreased soda, healthy food, meal prep, increased water intake, time management (bullet journal, planner), activity, run, walk, bike, swim, increased strength, more family time.
See Rubric for grading. NOTE; a zero (0) will be assigned for any of the four criteria where none of the criteria are met.
Free form comments Reflection Journal Rubric RNBS 4309Free form comments Reflection Journal Rubric RNBS 4309CriteriaRatingsPtsThis criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeContent, Feelings, and ThoughtsAll or almost all of the entry has a connection to the question prompt. Personal reflection of feelings and thoughts are revealed in the entry.90 pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeMechanicsAll or almost all of the entries have correct spelling and grammar. 5 sentences minimum included. Timely submission.10 pts
Total Points: 100PreviousNext
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I. Transtheoretical Model applied to Health Promotion
Note: these principles are going to relate to your Quality Improvement Project
Stages of change: readiness to take action, Decisional balance: pros and cons of the decision
Self-efficacy: self confidence in being able to do the behavior, Processes of change: cognitive and affective activities helping change
Focus Area: __________________________________
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1 How satisfied are you with this area of your life right now? Score
2 Do the Pros outweigh the Cons at this time? Score
3 How much are your dreams or desires motivating you to take action in this
area of your life now?
4 Rate your current (emotional or physical) pain or stress level with this area
of your life right now:
5 Rate your current (or near foreseeable future) amount of crisis / loss (that
may motivate you for immediate change):
6 Is now a good time for focusing on this area of your life?
7 How much of this change is being done for you (as opposed to someone
8 Are you prepared to move forward with this change, regardless of the
possible responses (disapproval, fear, control, insecurity, resistance, etc) of
significant people in your life?
9 How “in place” or ready are the resources and support systems needed to
help you make and sustain this change?
Add your total points: If your Total is… …then you are
1 – 15 Not ready for change now Red
16 – 30 Possibly ready for change Yellow
31 – 45 Ready for change Green
Keep your score until next week when you’ll determine your goals for the Quality Improvement Project.