• Lecture
    Family Nursing Care Plan 5.7. Family Nurse contacts * Home visits * Community assembly * Clinic visit 5.8. Tools of Public Health Nurse * Public health nurse bag * Bag technique 5.9. Common Family Nursing Interventions 5. Evaluating Family Nursing Care VIII. Concept of...
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  • Family Diagnoses
    , discuss how Watson’s theory of human caring influences clinical thought and action in community and public health nursing, identify three legal and ethical issues that may occur with the potential interventions, how the community health nurse might advocate for the family and involve the family members in...
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  • Nurse
    and public protection, planning and delivery of nursing care and interventions to children and young people, families, carers and communities.Population health profile to includeØ Number of practices, AHPs and any Community Hospitals, Care Homes and Social Care/specialist ……..Ø Number and mix of...
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  • Home Health Nursing
    Home Health Nursing Concern for health and wellness in the community has a substantial history in nursing. Home health, one component of community health nursing is rapidly growing due to the rising costs in health care. The purpose of this paper is to discuss the history of public health nursing...
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  • Nursing Theories and Profesionalism
    Term paper on “Nursing care theories and models and their application to: 1. Adult health nursing” 2. Community Health nursing” 3. Reproductive Health nursing” A theory is a set of propositions used to describe , explain predict and control. Nursing theory is the...
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  • critique
    review reports on impact and value of interventions used by specialist community nurses in the prevention and management of COPD and musculoskeletal conditions, and makes recommendations for improving services. Keywords: public health; community nursing; long-term conditions Int. J. Environ...
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  • Nur 405 Windsheild Survey
    care and three risk for poisoning related to ingestion of lead. For the first community nursing diagnosis Ineffective health maintenance one nursing interventions that could have a positive effect is planning a specific program to familiarize members of community organizations with neighborhood...
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  • Health Promotion and Nursing practice
    progression of an illness or managing an illness. Public health promotion is an organized response to populations to prevent injury, disability, and address social conditions and problems .To have a well functioning society it is important to maintain a healthy community. Nursing Interventions assist the...
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  • People with Disabilities
    Role of WIC Nurse in Community Health Brooke Hardwick Role of WIC Nurse in Community Health Brooke Hardwick ADN 2204 Community Health Nursing Rend Lake College Role of WIC Nurse in Community Health Public nursing is a specialized form of registered nursing that combines nursing...
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  • Family Nursing Diagnosis
    areas and family strengths that help build for interventions to maintain health. In providing a family with nursing diagnoses, utilization of appropriate family assessment tool would be of benefit (Christianson, Powell, Huhn, & Blanton, 2012). A.T. is a 36 year old Caucasian female who is 5 feet 3...
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  • Mental Health
    nursing interventions you deliver. The carer may be a family member, a support worker or a friend of the client. You may not meet the client directly in a mental health service - you may meet a client and his/her carer in a community health centre, a dental or medical practice, or in a general...
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  • A Student Nurse's Bibliography on Pneumonia
    care. Community-acquired pneumonia may only be prevented with health education about the prevention of acquiring pneumonia while the hospital-acquired type is prevented with appropriate and prompt nursing interventions. Therefore, the focus of care that the nurse in the hospital provides differs...
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  • Community Health Issue: Drowning
    appropriate nursing interventions is the next step in the nursing process following Orem’s theory. According to Orem (1995), a helping method is used to help the community to overcome any limitations and help them to engage in actions that will increase their functioning to obtain optimal health. The...
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  • Health Promotion Interventions
    Understanding Health Promotion Interventions in Nursing Practice Nancy S. Hammack Grand Canyon University: Family Centered Health Promotion NRS 429V Professor Barb McGraw March 24, 2013 Understanding Health Promotion Interventions in Nursing Practice The nursing profession is...
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  • Health Assessment Review of Literature
    Promotion. Health Promotion can be broken down into Primary, Secondary and Tertiary prevention. Primary prevention strategies are designed to prevent illness and minimize risk factors. Nurses, especially community/public health nurses, should use the intervention of primary prevention as the most...
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  • Community Conceptual Model
    categorize existing interrelationships amid concepts into ways that can effectively direct actions and interventions. The objective of this paper is to define and examine the social ecology model and its application to the nursing process and community health problems. Historical Development...
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  • Family
    FAMILY HEALTH CARE The family is the basic unit of care in community health nursing. It is an important social structure needed for reproduction and socialization. A family refers to a number of persons joined together by bonds of marriage, blood or adoption (Burgess, 1963). Freeman...
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  • Levels of Health Promotions in Nursing Practice
    behaviors and crisis intervention, if appropriate Nursing Practice in Health Promotions From the days of Florence Nightingale, the role of the nurse advocate in the community is to assist with individual, family and caregiver needs to ensure appropriate health care and treatment provisions...
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  • History of Public Health
    summarize the history of public health nursing and how it impacts the practice of nursing in the community. History of Public Health Nursing In the past, public health, which is population-centered nursing had different names. Names like visiting nurse, school nurse, district nurse, home health nurse...
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  • Avian Influenza Pandemic
    human transmission which would lead to a avian flu pandemic (Guterman, 2005). This paper will discuss the reason for this community health issue, the description of the problem, background factors, local data, nursing interventions, and Orem's nursing model. Reason Community health nurses are...
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