- Author:Michele A Hadeka
- Publisher:Little, Brown (1987)
- Pages:226 pages
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Community & Public Health Nursing is designed to provide students a. .of psychiatric mental health nursing.
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a workbook for group and self-paced learning. by Michele A. Hadeka. Published 1987 by Little, Brown in Boston. Community health nursing, Problems, exercises, Programmed instruction. Includes bibliographies and index.
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Community Health Nursing. self-care regardless of any injury or illness. The client assumes responsibility for health care decisions and care provision. Community health Nursing It is defined as the synthesis of nursing and public health practice applied to promoting and protecting the health of population. It is a specialized field of nursing that focuses on the health needs of communities, aggregates, and in particular vulnerable populations.
As a nursing student, we have enough books to read. This text is boring enough but the outdated pictures of neon colors, perms, and crimped hair is totally not cool. Granted, the tables and info boxes are nice.
The community mental health nurse has a significant role especially in prenatal and postnatal care. Innovative and effective clinical and social interventions for this client group are beginning to disseminate into everyday CPN practice. Parents need to be prepared for the acceptance of a new child in the family and should provide minimum facilities for the growth of a child like food, shelter and clothing. b)Psychosocial factors. are three such examples.