Community and public health nursing book
Community/Public Health Nursing: Promoting the Health of Populations (7th Edition) - eBook - CSTCommunity health nurses need specialized knowledge and skills to succeed in their unique role in health promotion and disease prevention. This thoroughly updated and revised second edition of Community and Public Health Nursing provides students with an excellent foundation in the theories and concepts of community nursing while also delivering practical, step-by-step guidance in conducting community nursing projects in different settings and situations. This engaging text presents real-world public and community health issues as a context for understanding the complex realities of community nursing with diverse populations. The book is informed by over thirty years of practice, education, and research in community health nursing and is packed with case studies and practice examples. Its team-based approach emphasizes collaboration with communities and other health professionals to promote the health of individuals, families, groups, and communities.
Community and Public Health Nursing, 2nd Edition
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Developmental Reduce the number of cases of HIV infection among adolescents and adults. You already recently rated this item. Because the public health workforce is composed of individuals from a number of disciplines with varying areas of expertise, there is a clear need for a thorough examination comminity the core competencies necessary for successful public health based on community needs. Author Index.
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