"Nursing Interventions For Community Health" Essays and Research Papers

  • Nursing Interventions For Community Health

    Community Health Nursing Reflection Maria Jelyn Engelhardt-Parales NUR/405 August 27, 2012 Amy Weaver Community Health Nursing Reflection Community health nursing practice aims to improve community health by promoting a healthier group of people, individuals, families, and residents within the community. The goal is to maintain, preserve, and promote health by providing information, education, teachings, and health care services to the population. The focus is on the collective good of...

    Environmental health, Health, Health care 1084  Words | 4  Pages

  • Community Health Nursing

    Kean University SCHOOL OF NURSING RN-BSN PROGRAM Course Name: Professional Nursing Practice: Health Promotion In The Community Course Number NURS 3200 Semester Hours 5 (3 Lecture, 2 hours 40 min/wk; 2 Clinical, 5 hours 20 min/wk) Course Meeting Days/Times/Locations: Lecture: ALL SECTIONS: Friday 9:30-12:15 PM S-122 Clinical: A1: Wed. 8:00-1:20 PM S 126 A2: Wed. 8:00-1:20 PM S 126 A3: Wed. 8:00-1:20 PM S 122 A4: Wed. 2:00-7:20PM S 126 A5: Wed. 8:00-1:20 PM S...

    Epidemiology, Health, Health care 807  Words | 5  Pages

  • Community Health Nursing Role in the Community

    Running head: Community Health Assignment #9 Nursing Role in Public/Community Health Lydia Knapp BSN Student of Muskingum University Abstract I will describe the role of one of the health nurses in Coshocton County for the smoking cessation study. I will describe her daily activities, funding of program, populations targeted, and how she is educating the community. Nursing Role in Public/Community Health I followed Linda Cox, R.N. for the Coshocton County Health Department for one day...

    Bupropion, Health, Nicotine 835  Words | 3  Pages

  • Community Health Nursing

    COLLEGE OF NURSING NCM 101 COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING Health Promotion and Public Health Health • A State of complete physical, mental and social well- being, not merely an absence of disease or infirmity (WHO, 1948). • A State of being well and using every power the individual possesses to the fullest extent (Nightingale, 1969). • Optimum Level of Functioning (OLOF) Determinants of Health (World Health Organization) • The health of individuals and communities are, to...

    Health, Health care, Health disparities 1614  Words | 6  Pages

  • Community Health Nursing Assessment

    Community Health Assessment of 78382 Chamberlain College of Nursing NR-443 Fall Session, November 2012 Audrey L. Hendrix Community Health Assessment of 78382 Introduction In an effort to promote the health needs within a community, a successful community health nurse (CHN) must focus on the entire population. In order to accomplish this task, the CHN utilizes a scientific approach to determine the priority population focused health needs for the community. According to Nies & McEwen...

    Childhood obesity, Diabetes mellitus, Nutrition 1757  Words | 5  Pages

  • Community Health Nursing

    Community Health Nursing SZT Task 2 Jennifer Ramey RN July 28, 2014 As a registered nurse of only three years, I am often referred to by my peers as a “baby” nurse. However, in those short three years of practice I have learned and continue to learn many things whether medical, personal, or humanitarian. My personal nursing experience has been in surgical care services. The vast majority of the patients I have cared for are those undergoing elective procedures. They have chosen to have joint...

    Breast cancer, Cancer, Health care 928  Words | 4  Pages

  • Community Health Nursing Hat1

    Community Health Nursing - Emergency Response WGU Community Health Nursing HAT1 (0310) Community Health Nursing - Emergency Response Whether a disaster is natural or man-made it can have immediate and lasting effects on a community the can affect the financial, environmental and health aspects of an individual or a community. Quick and efficient response is imperative in all aspects of emergency response including healthcare. Ongoing personnel training, establishing preparedness plans...

    Community Emergency Response Team, Emergency management, Health 1611  Words | 5  Pages

  • Evolution of Community and Public Health Nursing

     Evolution of Community and Public Health Nursing NUR/405 University of Phoenix Material Evolution of Community and Public Health Nursing Event or Influence: 2001 No Child Left Behind Act Key health issues This law was signed into law by George W. Bush on January 8, 2002 (Frontline, 2013). This law is a check point or educational average that measures improvement or decline in student ability through grades 3-8 annually in math and reading...

    Education, Health, Health care 1089  Words | 4  Pages

  • Community and Public Health Nursing Reflection

     Community and Public Health Nursing Reflection Courtney Austin NUR/405 8/11/2014 Community and Public Health Nursing Reflection Maricopa community schools are the local schools for the Gila River Indian Community. Native American children attending these schools are generally obese and do not participate in extra-curricular activities. The Leading Health Indicator (LHI) that applies is Children and adolescents who are considered obese. Recognizing this LHI, nursing diagnoses can...

    Epidemiology, Health, Native Americans in the United States 964  Words | 5  Pages

  • Health Nursing

    Public Health is the science and art of protecting and improving the health of the communities through education, promotion of healthy life styles and research for disease and injury prevention. Public Health helps improve the health and well being of people in local communities around the world also works to prevent problems before they occur. Public health nursing is a specialized form of registered nursing that combines nursing and public health principles. According to the American Public...

    Health, Health care, Health economics 611  Words | 3  Pages

  • Community Health Nursing

    1 Running Head: NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ 2 NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ Community Health Nursing: New Brunswick, NJ SZT1 Task 1 A1. Community Description: The city of New Brunswick is located in Middlesex County, New Jersey. New Brunswick is the county seat of Middlesex, located in the sixth Congressional District, and part of New Jersey's seventeenth state legislative district. The city is centrally located between New York and Philadelphia. It is approximately 40 minutes southwest of New York and 45 minutes...

    Emergency management, Health, Health care 1512  Words | 7  Pages

  • Community Health Nursing

    Childhood Obesity Florida International University Care of Communities: Community Health Nursing NUR4636 Professor Maria De Los Santos April 16, 2014 Healthy People provide a 10-year national objective for improving the health of Americans. It has established benchmarks and monitored progress over time in order to encourage collaborations across the country, empowering individuals toward making knowledgeable health decisions, and measuring the impact of prevention activities...

    Asthma, Childhood, Epidemiology 1042  Words | 4  Pages

  • Week 4 discussion Community Health Nursing

    M. A., & McEwen, M. (2015). Community/Public health nursing: Promoting the health of populations (6th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Saunders/Elsevier. Chapter 29: School Health  Also choose one of following. Chapter 30: Occupational Health Chapter 31: Forensic and Correctional Nursing Chapter 32: Faith Community Health Chapter 33: Home Health and Hospice Optional: Lambert, V., & Keogh, D. (2014). Health literacy and its importance for effective communication. Part 2. Nursing Children & Young People, 26(4)...

    Education, Health, Health care 1636  Words | 4  Pages

  • 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, and the impact that home health has on the nursing practice. History of Public Health Nursing The concept of caring for the sick in the community was first introduced in 1601 when the Elizabeth Poor...

    Health, Health care, Health economics 1042  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Promotion and Nursing practice

    Health Promotion and Nursing Practice Grand Canyon University: NRS 429V September 19, 2013 Health Promotion and Nursing Practice Heath promotion as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO, 2013) is “the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve health. It moves beyond a focus on individual behavior towards a wide range of social and environmental interventions.” It is the intention of this writer to present health promotion in nursing practice and...

    Health, Health care, Health promotion 1276  Words | 5  Pages

  • 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 one of the largest health care professions, providing important opportunities for health promotion with potential to reform health at the legislative level. Health promotion is defined by Kreuter and Devore...

    Health, Health care, Medical terms 1307  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing: Health Promotion

    Grand Canyon University: NRS 429V July /07/ 2013 . Health Promotion World Health organization (WHO) defined health promotion is a process of enabling people to increase control over, to improve their health. It go beyond the focus from individual health towards social and cultural interventions ( world Health organization- health promotion 2013). Global conference held in Helsinki explains promotion of health not focused to a specific health problem nor to a special group, but the strategies applied...

    Epidemiology, Health, Health care 1352  Words | 5  Pages

  • Community Health Issue: Drowning

    Community Health Issue: Drowning Glenda Bruckner Dimensions of Community Nursing Practice/NUR 471PN December 22, 2010 Community Health Issue: Drowning Drowning is the main cause of death in Arizona in kids below four years of age, (Arizona Department of Health Services, 2010). Because of the warm weather throughout the year, water safety is a high priority for Phoenix residents all year long. Water safety is not just important around swimming pools. Phoenix residents need to be aware of...

    Drowning, Human swimming, Lifeguard 1076  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Promotion in Nursing Practice

    Running head: HEALTH PROMOTION IN NURSING PRACTICE Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Denise Streater GCU Family Centered Health Promotion NRS429v Turner, Hortense March 18, 2012 Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Health Promotion has been defined as the process of enabling people to increase control and improve their health (WHO Ottawa Charter 1986) along with optimizing the quality of life. Ennis et al (2006) has described health promotion as behavioral, cognitive, and an emotional...

    Health, Health care, Health science 1141  Words | 4  Pages

  • Community and Public Health Reflection

    Community and Public Health Nursing Reflection Licia Phillips NUR/405 July 8, 2013 Professor Cindy Januale RN, MSN In the Young’s neighborhood the community is family and community centered. The community nurse and their partners and the individuals of the community come together for the greater good of the community. The neighborhood health clinic offers free immunizations as long as he individuals bring a copy of their shot records. The community also holds annual health fairs to update...

    Health, Health care, Nursing 967  Words | 4  Pages

  • Community Health Reflection Nur 405

    Role of Community and Public Health Community has a great effect on the health and well-being of the residents that live there. It is important that residents are aware of community resources available, as well as take advantage of them to benefit themselves, and possibly reduce visits to the doctors and promote their health. Community and public health nursing is readily available in all communities, especially that of V.S., which is North Hollywood. The six basic elements of nursing practice incorporated...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1285  Words | 7  Pages

  • Community Health Nursing HAT 2

     Community Health Nursing HAT 2 Western Governors University Community Health Nursing HAT 2 Section A I feel that the quality of life has more importance than the quantity of life. It is important to make decisions together that family members can live with after the death of their loved one. While I would support a persons right to pursue further treatments, medicine can only do so much and in many cases reduces the quality of the time you have left. Spending time...

    Family, Feeling, Husband 763  Words | 3  Pages

  • Community and Public Nursing Reflection Paper

    Community and Public Health Nursing Reflection Lorraine Gambino NUR/405 May 6, 2013 Bonnie Schoettle Community and Public Health Nursing Reflection Incorporating preventative recommendations into clinical work can be a complicated and multidimensional obligation. According to Silva, Cashman, Kunte, & Candib, “addressing preventative recommendation alone for patients in a typical day requires in excess of 7.4 hours” (2012). Health care providers are also aware that within the community...

    Addiction, Community, Drug addiction 899  Words | 3  Pages

  • NUR405 Week1 Evolution Of Community And Public Health Nursing

    University of Phoenix Material Evolution of Community and Public Health Nursing Identify a minimum of 3 major events (or influences) in the evolution of community and public health nursing and describe how each event led to advancement of the field. For each event, describe the following: Key health issues at the time Perspectives and goals of community and public health nursing Roles and functions of community and public health nursing Community and public health partnerships at the time Event or Influence:...

    Health care, Nursing, Public health 698  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Promotion in Nursing Care

    Health Promotion in Nursing Care Margaret Brzoza Lauer Grand Canyon University: NRS 429v October 16, 2011 Health Promotion in Nursing Care The three levels of health promotion and prevention are primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention education. Primary health care promotion focuses on making individuals, families, and communities aware of health related issues and provides education on alternatives for a healthy lifestyle. Secondary health care promotion provides the screening necessary...

    Health, Health care, Illness 1006  Words | 3  Pages

  • Community Health Strategies

    Community Health Strategies Nursing /405 June 25, 2010 Community Health Strategies Alcohol abuse and alcoholism affects every gender, race, and nationality. Abuse of alcohol is a major cause of preventable deaths associated with violence, motor vehicle crashes, homicides, suicides, and is a leading cause of death among youth (Ringold, 2006). According to the National Institute of Alcohol Abuse (NIAAA), (2010), approximately 17.6 million people in the United States (about one in every 12...

    Addiction, Alcohol, Alcohol abuse 1637  Words | 5  Pages

  • Community Nursing

    Community as partner model To gain access to the community, the community must: - Perceive that a need exist - Believe that the CHN can help address this need - Perceive that its information and contributions are valued - Be assured of confidentiality for non-public information - Be involved from the beginning in this partnership Compare Neuman System Model & Community as Partner Model - the inner circle represents the community - the dotted circles represents resistance - spiritual, psyschosocial...

    Community, Demography, Economics 761  Words | 4  Pages

  • Community Health

    Role of Public Health Personnel | The candidate does not provide a logical explanation of the role of the major public health personnel, including the public health nurse, involved in the disaster. | The candidate provides a logical explanation, with no detail, of the role of the major public health personnel, including the public health nurse, involved in the disaster. | The candidate provides a logical explanation, with limited detail, of the role of the major public health personnel, including...

    APA style, Citation, Health 1184  Words | 4  Pages

  • Levels of Health Promotions in Nursing Practice

    head: LEVELS OF HEALTH PROMOTIONS IN NURSING PRACTICE Levels of Health Promotions in Nursing Practice Patricia Hartman Grand Canyon University Family Centered Health Promotions NRS429V July 15, 2012 Levels of Health Promotions in Nursing Practice Dimensions of the environment are not only physical but also psychosocial and spiritual care and involvement. Health promotions are identified as participation of individuals and family with care delivery. The community health profession teaches...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1043  Words | 4  Pages

  • Health Promotions in Nursing Practice

    Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Health Promotion as defined by World Health Organization (WHO), is the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health. It moves beyond a focus on individual behaviour towards a wide range of social and environmental interventions. (World Health Organization, n.d., expression 1) In the field of nursing, health promotion is vital in a way that nurses unlike the past where we only treat patients with illnesses; few of our focuses...

    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Health, Illness 1081  Words | 3  Pages

  • Schizophrenia and its Nursing Interventions

     Schizophrenia and Nursing Interventions Schizophrenia, a chronic and immobilizing condition defined as a psychiatric disease affects approximately 1% of the world’s population (Harris, Nagy & Vargaaxis, 2011). It is known to decrease the standard life expectancy by ten years due to its dire effects on morbidity and mortality, ranking it to be among the ‘top ten causes of disability adjusted life years” (Zigmond, Rowland & Coyle, 2015). The disease presents itself most commonly in young adults,...

    Disability, Family therapy, Mental disorder 2002  Words | 5  Pages

  • Community Rural Nursing

     The barriers of access to better health services by rural population have been identified as; lack of health care professional, cost and limited access to specific services and lack of culturally acceptable services (Hegney, Pearson and McCarthy, 1997). In most remote parts of Papua New Guinea, there are few qualified health professional working and limited or no medical resources available to carter for the people. It’s because there were no road links or deteriorated infrastructure because of...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 2093  Words | 8  Pages

  • Health Promotion in Nursing Practice

    Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Implementing Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Health promotion today is often confused with health education. When nurses are implementing health promotion in practice, an understanding of what health promotion is must be identified. According to the World Health Organization, health promotion is defined as, “the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health. It...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 979  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing and Health Promotion

    Nursing and Health Promotion Casey M. Smith Grand Canyon University: NRS-429V April 21, 2013 The World Health Organization (WHO) describes health promotion as allowing society to control elements of personal health, through intelligent, healthy decisions. Health promotion improves the resourcefulness of people to be accountable, and the capacity of organizations and communities to guide the determinants of health. Due to the multitude of determinants of health, health promotion needs...

    Epidemiology, Health, Health care 890  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Promotion and Nursing Assessment

     Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Grand Canyon University Family-Centered Health Promotion NRS-429V Heather Swanson April 13, 2014 Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Health promotion has become a key part of healthcare in today’s health industry. Promoting healthy lifestyles and behaviors and prevention of disease has shifted to a forefront position in the arena of healthcare. Health promotion is defined by the World Health Organization as “the process which enables...

    Health, Health care, Illness 1055  Words | 5  Pages

  • Health Promotion in Nursing Practice

    Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Jenny Curie Grand Canyon University NRS-429V March 15, 2013 Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Over the last decade an increase in focus on health promotion and the critical role nurses play in its future have developed. Nurses over the years have been linked to their success in patient education and providing resources for optimal health care outcomes. Formerly the emphasis in nursing practice has been in the capacity of caring for those that are...

    Health, Health care, Medical terms 1219  Words | 4  Pages

  • Community Health

    declaration V, “Governments have a responsibility for the health of their people which can be fulfilled only by the provision of adequate health and social measures. A main social target of governments, international organizations and the whole world community in the coming decades should be the attainment by all peoples of the world by the year 2000 of a level of health that will permit them to lead a socially and economically productive life. Primary health care is the key to attaining this target as part...

    Alliance for Healthy Cities, Health, Health care 1377  Words | 4  Pages

  • Community Health

    people’s health status. Socioeconomic differences in health exist all over the world; they tend to be larger in the United States than in other countries. Socioeconomic factors are important factors of both life span and freedom from disease and disability. A lack of health-promoting care and services in many racially and economically segregated communities provides a partial explanation for the link between residential segregation and the lack of physical wellbeing. Living in communities that lack...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 750  Words | 3  Pages

  • Guided Reflection on Community Health Nursing Practice

    perception of my community placement in the context of community as partner by reflecting on my interactions with a target group of the population which include pre and post natal mothers who are in vulnerable situations in the community. I will also describe this group of population using various sources and share some experiences which helped me gain an insight into their lived experiences and the health issues and concerns within this group with the intention of enacting different health promotional...

    Developmental psychology, Health, Health disparities 1656  Words | 5  Pages

  • Community Health Strategies

    Community Health Strategies Paper Access to Quality Health Care Access to quality health care is so vitally important in not only eliminating, but decreasing the prevalence of health problems and fatalities. By providing health care for all types of people, there will in turn be an increase in the years of life and quality for individuals involved. Healthy people 2010 strives to make health care accessible to all Americans no matter what their insurance, background or situation. The public...

    Clinic, Health, Health care 937  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Role of Nursing in Health Promotion

    Role of Nursing in Health Promotion Jena Rosa Grand Canyon University August 25, 2013 According to the World Health Organization health promotion is defined as "The process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health. It moves beyond a focus on individual behavior towards a wide range of social and environmental interventions." (WHO, 2013) This applies to the nursing profession in that nurses are educating patient on the steps needed for their health such as...

    Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Health care, Health care provider 1066  Words | 4  Pages

  • public health and community health

    Public and Community HealthTanyale BellHCS/457October 27, 2014 Rebecca BrownPublic and Community HealthIn today’s 21 century there are many national, state, local government, and health agencies with large amount of information that reflects on teenage pregnancy. For a long time teenage pregnancy has been a number one issue in the United States. Within, my paper you’ll find actually facts showing on how the information overlap, the type of structure you see at each levels of government, what functions...

    Abortion, Adolescence, Health 723  Words | 2  Pages

  • Community Profile/Nursing

    range of health problems. They also give health education, advice, and run clinic This is usually first, and often the only, point of contact that patients with depression make with the health service. (Kendrick, Tylee, Freeling and Goldberg, 1996). • NHS walk-in centres throughout England offer fast and free access to health advice and treatment at convenient times and locations. Their services include treatment , assessment by an experienced NHS nurse and information on local health services...

    Health, Health care, Illness 1582  Words | 5  Pages

  • Community Health Assessment Paper

     Community Health Assessment Alex Goenaga Lehman College Assessment of a community for health care purposes revolves around the goal of treating the community as a client and improving its overall heath. This involves knowing the customs of the community, identifying their needs, and the usage of their current resources and optimally applying them. Beyond these measures nursing intervention can also include advocating for the community through legislative...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1736  Words | 9  Pages

  • Community Health

    Running head: Community Health News Community Health: A Case of Measles Kimberly K. Turner University of Phoenix NUR 471 Park Balevre, MSN, RC, BC May 12, 2008 A Case of Measles Earlier this year in January, San Diego County encountered the first case of measles since the 1990s. Many citizens of the United States were not concerned, but given the highly contagious nature of this viral infection and the fact that many parents are opting not to vaccinate...

    Health, Health care, Infection 1068  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing

    Japan Journal of Nursing Science (2008) 5, 71 doi:10.1111/j.1742-7924.2008.00111.x EDITORIAL Nursing theory – remembering our future Modern nursing theory began with Virginia Henderson in the 1960s. In her grand theory of nursing, she defined nursing as “assisting individuals to gain independence in the performance of activities contributing to health or its recovery (Henderson, 1966, p. 15). Since the 1970s, the literature on nursing theory has focused upon two levels of nursing theories: the...

    Health economics, Healthcare, Medicine 666  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effects of Health Promotion on Nursing

    The Effects of Health Promotion on Nursing With the health care field changing so rapidly, especially with The Affordable Care Act coming into play, it is crucial for nurses to teach health promotion to the patient population. Nurses have the responsibility to care for their patients and this includes educating them about their healthcare. There are three different levels of health promotion: primary, secondary, and tertiary health promotion. Although the three levels have different focus aspects...

    Health, Health care, Medical terms 1183  Words | 3  Pages

  • Community Health Project

    Community Health Project- Part One - Identifying the Project's Focus Kathleen Rogers King Walden University November 26, 2012 Community Health Project-Part One -Identifying the Project's Focus This paper will identify a significant health issue and a particular population for a health management plan. Support for the significance of this health issue, and rationale for the selection of this population will be presented. Evidence about the population will be examined and discussed in regards...

    Cervix, Childbirth, Magnesium sulfate 2338  Words | 7  Pages

  • Community Health Nursing

    Community Based Nursing Community health nursing is defined as a synthesis of nursing and public health practice applied to promoting and preserving the health of populations, according to the ANA in 2000. As an R.N. in the ICU hospital setting, I have not come across the terms community based nursing and public health nursing often. Community health nursing is a synthesis of nursing practice and public health practice applied in promoting and preserving the health of populations...

    Community, Health, Health care 577  Words | 2  Pages

  • Nursing Foundations in the Healthcare Community

    Reflecting on Nursing Foundations of Community Health Week 2 Reflection: Nursing Foundations of Community Health Alicia C. Byrd, RN Walden University NURS 6150 Section 11, Promoting and Preserving Health in a Diverse Society March 13, 2011 Reflecting on Nursing Foundations of Community Health Community health nursing can work in the government, private agencies, clinics or other private settings. Nurses in this field focus on populations, working with individuals, groups and families...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Health care 838  Words | 3  Pages

  • Community Based Nursing

    Explain what is meant by the term “community based nursing practice.” Community nurses work across various areas, providing health care to people of any age. They provide nursing to assist in all areas of health needs to people anywhere in the community from community health centres, health clinics, schools and universities and client’s homes. This essay will focus on three aspects of community nursing, firstly, aged care nursing; secondly, the organisation ‘Silver Chain’ and finally, Holyoake;...

    Addiction, Alcoholism, Care of residents 947  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Promotion in Nursing Care

    Health Promotion in Nursing Care Many years ago, people focused on disease and illness and not staying healthy or preventing illness from occurring. People did not go to the doctor for wellness checks but rather only if they had an ailment. Immunizations have removed some of the diseases that were causing death among the individuals that had contracted the illness. Health promotion has come to the forefront in medical practice since the movement of Healthy People that focuses on health and not...

    Health care, Health insurance, Medical terms 1047  Words | 4  Pages

  • Time and Health Nursing

    nur/405 University of Phoenix Material History of Community Nursing Matrix Complete the matrix with the following concepts, and relate the concepts to two different periods of time in history and the present time: • Describe each period briefly. • Clarify the differences during each period with public health nursing and community health nursing. • Describe the key health issues. • Identify community health partnerships used during this period of time. • Describe...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Health economics 954  Words | 5  Pages

  • nursing care plan

    Health problem Family nursing problem Goal of care Objectives of care Intervention plan Nursing intervention method resources Improper drainage as a health treat Inability to recognize the improper drainage. Inability to do appropriate action due to failure to comprehend the good environment. Inability to conduct adequate drainage. Lack of knowledge about proper drainage. After my 2 months nursing intervention the...

    Agriculture, Breast, Breast milk 635  Words | 6  Pages

  • Introduction to Community Health Nursin

     Introduction to Community Health Nursing NURS 4540 Instructor Iva Hall Olivera Sagarese 10/24/2014 Introduction to Community Health Nursing Name three historical nursing leaders and explain how their contributions impacted community/public health nursing. I. One of the most famous nurses would have to be Florence Nightingale. She was known for her determination to reform the British Military health system. She developed the “polar-area diagram” to show the needless deaths...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1698  Words | 8  Pages

  • Nursing Guides

    PHYSICAL/HEALTH ASSESSMENT Assessment is a core activity of nursing practice. It includes gathering information about the health status of a patient/client, analyzing/inspecting and interpreting the data and deciding how to use the information in the patient's plan of care, and evaluating the quality of the plan of care. It also includes assessing community, or population and using the information in planning and delivering care. ***How has your practice in nursing enabled you to apply the principles...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1897  Words | 6  Pages

  • Public and Community Health

    public and community health. “Public health nursing focuses on populations. It is not about the setting where care is delivered. It is first and foremost a philosophy applied in any setting where populations exist” (Stanhope & Lancaster, 2008, p.191). Public health is designed to help improve the health, safety and welfare of the general public looking at the long term, prospective health of the entire public. Public health involves the health of the county, state and nation. Public health protects...

    Epidemiology, Health, Health care 998  Words | 3  Pages

  • Concept of Community

    Concept of Community 1 Running head: Concept of Community Concept of Community Abstract The purpose of this paper is to discuss the concept of community. The paper will explore the differences and definition between community and aggregate. The author will further discuss specific identification and description of an aggregate. The paper will conclude with the writer’s personal expression regarding this topic. Community vs. Aggregate Public health nurses and other care...

    Ectopic pregnancy, Health, Health care 724  Words | 3  Pages

  • Health Promotion in Nursing

    Health Promotion in Nursing Practice EZIAKU J OLIVER Grand Canyon University NRS-429V Family-Centered Health Promotion January 13, 2013 Health promotion is defined by the world health organization as the process of enabling people to increase control over, and to improve, their health. It moves beyond a focus on individual behavior towards a wide range of social and environmental interventions...

    Health, Health care, Medical terms 763  Words | 3  Pages

  • Community Health Advocacy

     Community Health Advocacy Project - Part two Tonya Krell Phoenix June 28, 2014 Community Health Advocacy Project - Part two The aspects of community and aggregate are closely connected and people tend to use the terms interchangeably. The best way to explain the difference between the two concepts is by examples to differentiate and get a clearer understanding of the difference between the two concepts. This paper will define aggregate and community giving a brief support from...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1318  Words | 7  Pages

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