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Public health nursing is a nursing specialty focused on public health. Public Health Nurses (PHN's) "integrate community involvement and knowledge about the entire population with personal, clinical understandings of the health and illness experiences of individuals and families within the population.
Community Health Nursing 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. It is a practice that is continuous and comprehensive directed towards all groups of community members. It combines all the basic elements of professional, clinical nursing with public health and community practice. It synthesizes the body of knowledge from public health science and professional nursing theories to improve the health of communities.
Journal of Community & Public Health Nursing publishes empirical research reports, program evaluations, and case reports focused on populations at risk across the lifespan. The journal also prints articles related to developments in practice, education of public health nurses, theory development, methodological innovations, legal, ethical, and public policy issues in public health, and the history of public health nursing throughout the world.
Journal of Community & Public Health Nursing is an Open Access, Peer-reviewed, bi-monthly journal that includes a wide range of fields in these areas and creates a platform for the authors to make their contribution towards the journal. The editorial office promises to peer review the submitted manuscripts to ensure quality.
The frequency of burnout among nursing specialists is high. Various factors such as gender, marital status, age , work shift, level of healthcare and healthcare service areas forecast at least one of the proportions of the disease. Neuroticism, agreeability and conscientiousness are character qualities that expect at least two of the proportions of burnout syndrome in nurses. Therefore, behavior factors should be considered in risk profiles for mounting burnout syndrome in the nursing occupation. Occurrence of burnout is considerably sophisticated for community psychiatric nurses than for PHNs involved in other amenities. Overload in emergency service area and lack of job control seem to represent factors contributing to burnout. Public health nurses work in communities and center on altered areas to develop their health of the people with in that communal.
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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. It is a practice that is continuous and comprehensive directed towards all groups of community members. It combines all the basic elements of professional, clinical nursing with public health and community practice. It synthesizes the body of knowledge from public health science and professional nursing theories to improve the health of communities. The community health nurse conducts a continuing and comprehensive practice that is preventive, curative, and rehabilitative. The philosophy of care is based on the belief that care directed to the individual, the family, and the group contributes to the health care of the population as a whole.
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Community health Nursing is the creation of nursing and public health practice practical to indorse and protect the health of population. It combines all the basic fundamentals of qualified, clinical nursing with public health and community practice. It is a field of nursing that is a fusion of primary health care and nursing practice with public health nursing. The community health nurse demeanors a continuing and comprehensive practice that is preventive, curative, and rehabilitative. The idea of care is based on the belief that care concentrating to the individual, the family, and the group contributes to the health care of the population as a whole. The community health nurse is not limited to the care of a particular age or diagnostic group. Community health nursing is necessary at this point because it improves the health status of individuals ,families, groups and the community through straight approach with them.
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Community nursing diagnosis is a report made by the nurse that gives the focus of nursing care to be given to a patient. The diagnosis reveals an concern or state of health to direct care planning that falls in the nurse’s choice of practice. The “patient” may be an individual person, family, or community. The Registered Nurse aids as a diagnostician through the use of nursing diagnosis. This process involves making clinical decision taken from data collected. The pressing needs that the nurse can incline to are exposed through assessment findings by employing sound diagnostic reasoning. A diagnosis includes an individualized approach to the patient’s situation, personal preferences, and needs by serving to direct the enduring components of the nursing process. They are planning, implementation, and evaluation. Patient care and educational facilities need nurses to use NANDA-approved diagnoses and supporting terms in their clinical documents. NANDA-approved terminology serves as a blueprint to initiate the nursing process into the factual world of clinical practice.
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Community based nursing involves the small term and long term care of individuals and families to give strength to their capacity for selfcare. Care takes place in community locations such as home and clinic. The main focus is nursing care on individual or family. Community practice proficiency is based on precarious thinking and decision making at the level of the individual patient such as assessing health status and selecting nursing interventions and care evaluation outcomes. The philosophical groundwork for community based nursing is a model that sights human system as open and interactive with the environment. In this the patient survives with in family, community, culture and society. A nurse in community based nursing needs to understand the interaction of all while caring for patient and family. This information helps to significant other with patients and families to assume concern for their healthcare decisions.
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In public health nursing public health nurses care for total population. By working with total communities nurses are able to teach people about health issues, improve community health and safety and increase access to care. They believe a person's health is affected by factors such as genetic makeup, lifestyle and environment. Nurses go into communities to help people improve their health and prevent disease. Public health nurses also provide direct health care services, preventive care, screening services and health education. Health education is a major focus of these nurses. Public health nurses give people trustworthy, useful information their health protection. In demonstrations at schools, community groups, senior centers and local groups, these nurses explain proper nutrition, safety practices, promote initial detection of common diseases, and explain people how to care for disabled and ill members. Their objective is to make health info easy to understand so people can take better control over their health.
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In nursing public health nurses have a rising effect on the health of the population. Nursing public health is important in making the change from individualized care to population built care. Nursing public health delivers a better understanding of health care policy and gives a complete impression of health policy, finances, and epidemiology using an evidence constructed method. Causes of health, measures of health, and health elevation are inspected. Issues of communicable diseases, screening, minority groups and purchasing, and commissioning of health services are also lectured. This is the first comprehensive text on public health nursing at this point and will be of awareness to health visitors, district nurses, school nurses and practice nurses, as well as senior student nurses and nurse managers in secondary and tertiary care.
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In core functions of public health nursing the following table identifies the listed core services in health advancement, illness prevention and health protection. Many public health nursing services can be listed under all three categories. To elude dismissal each public health service is listed only once. The core functions include policies like Build Healthy Public Policy, Create Supportive Environments, Strengthen Community Action, Reorient Health Services, and Develop Personal Skills. The core functions also include prevention policies like Reproductive & Family Health, Prevention of Chronic Illness, Nutrition/Food Security, Mental Health protection, Communicable Diseases, Protection from Injury, Environmental Health.
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The community nursing intervention is improving the health condition of long term ill older people are big challenges now a days health care systems. This community nursing intervention is developed by Health Quality Partners .It is one of 15 different models of care coordination in randomized controlled trials in the MCCD. Assessment of the HQP program initiated in 2002. The study stated in this is planned to estimate the existence effect of the HQP program against common care till five years .The HQP model performed to lessen mortality in long term ill older patients .Restrictions of training are few less income and not white persons are registered and execution was in solitary topographical area of the US. Further study to approve these conclusions and regulate the generalizability is acceptable.
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The nursing profession has been everywhere ever since the beginning of time however has significantly progressed over the course of history. Today nurses are one of the most important livings within the health care industry. They are educated in a varied array of professional duties and are utilized in a throughout the world. It is said that the first documented aspects of nursing place the beginning of the profession during the height of the Roman empire. It was through this time that the Empire pursued to place a hospital in every city under its rule. When talking about nursing in the Middle Ages there were a countless of progressions and improvements that were effected within the nursing industry during these years, helping to form some of the origins of modern nursing. During the beginning of the 10th and 11th centuries that nursing began to develop. Because of the inspiration of Florence Nightingale the nursing became as a profession today even though both Europe and the U.S. presented different progressions throughout the period.
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This service teams provide nursing care to patients in the community. This gives support for careers. Community nurses work faithfully with social services, hospitals and healthcare staff to facilitate a service to meet individual needs. The service helps patients with ill health and sick, and allowing them having the good possible life, while maintaining respect. Nurses working in the community are getting significant challenges in time of health reform, demands to make savings financially. When this is for nurses, a part of their workplace, media, and political attention is often present on hospital care, community services remain least visible
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