By Sue Chilton, Heather Bain
A Textbook of group Nursing is a accomplished and evidence-based advent overlaying the total diversity themes, together with expert methods to care, public health and wellbeing, eHealth, healing relationships and the function of group nursing in psychological overall healthiness. the hot version has been up-to-date all through, together with new directions and rules. It additionally presents a higher specialize in evidence-based practice.
This effortless and obtainable textbook contains:
- Current conception, coverage, and instructions for perform. All chapters are underpinned by means of a powerful facts base;
- Learning pursuits for every bankruptcy, plus routines and actions to check present figuring out, advertise reflective perform, and inspire extra reading;
- Case reports and examples from perform which draw on all branches of group nursing to demonstrate useful program of theory.
This is an important textual content for all pre-registration nursing scholars, scholars on professional neighborhood nursing classes, and certified nurses coming into neighborhood perform for the 1st time.
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Html) that illustrate the positive impact nurses can have on improving the public’s health at a community and population level, thus demonstrating that when equipped with the appropriate knowledge and skills nurses have the capacity and the capability to influence behaviour change within a health-promoting milieu. PROMOTING HEALTH AND WELLBEING Community nurses are involved in public health activity through their day-to-day contact with patients, clients, families and carers; delivering health promotion activity, planned or unplanned.
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How to Make Sick Societies Healthier. London: Routledge. Wills J (2009) Community development. In Sines D, Saunders M and Forbes-Burford J (eds) Community Health Care Nursing, 4th edn. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell. World Health Organization (WHO) Expert Committee on Community Health Nursing (1974) Community Health Nursing, Report of a WHO Expert Committee (Technical Report Series no. 558). Geneva: World Health Organization. org – Baseline figures for some key indicators of the social determinants of health, health outcomes and social inequalities for specific geographical areas CHAPTER 2 Public health and the promotion of wellbeing Mark Rawlinson, Donna Baker and Margaret Fergus LEARNING OUTCOMES • Critically analyze why public health is an everyday part of community nursing • Critically analyze the concept of health and ways of determining health need • Explore opportunities to positively influence care delivery in order to improve health and wellbeing INTRODUCTION Public health is everyone’ business according to Cowley (2007).
A textbook of community nursing by Sue Chilton, Heather Bain