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By Sue Chilton, Heather Bain
A Textbook of neighborhood Nursing is a accomplished and evidence-based creation overlaying the complete diversity subject matters, together with specialist techniques to care, public wellbeing and fitness, eHealth, healing relationships and the position of neighborhood nursing in psychological health and wellbeing. the recent variation has been up-to-date all through, together with new guidance and regulations. It additionally presents a far better specialize in evidence-based practice.
This trouble-free and obtainable textbook comprises:
- Current concept, coverage, and instructions for perform. All chapters are underpinned through a robust proof base;
- Learning ambitions for every bankruptcy, plus workouts and actions to check present knowing, advertise reflective perform, and inspire additional reading;
- Case reviews and examples from perform which draw on all branches of group nursing to demonstrate sensible program of theory.
This is a necessary textual content for all pre-registration nursing scholars, scholars on professional group nursing classes, and certified nurses coming into neighborhood perform for the 1st time.
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3 Promoting health Think of a patient/client or family you have been regularly involved with recently. Make a list of the needs identified in partnership with the individual(s). What opportunities were there to promote health and wellbeing? In order for community nurses to have a positive impact on the health of individuals it is necessary to have the underpinning knowledge and skills associated with 30 Public health and the promotion of wellbeing promoting health and wellbeing; central to this is having a developed understanding of the importance of effective communication.
3). 3) that takes in the wider determinants of health and health inequalities (Wilkinson and Pickett, 2010; Marmot, 2010). This is particularly important when taking a public health approach that is population based (Dawson, 2006). These stereotypes or archetypes are too crude and do not take account of the huge variation across practice areas, different care settings and individual philosophies. In the community, it would be difficult, not to say unethical, for any health or social care practitioner working with service users to ignore wider psychosocial and environmental factors impacting on care.
A textbook of community nursing by Sue Chilton, Heather Bain