Public Health, Community and Family Nursing

Public Health, Community and Family Nursing 

Community nursing can be broadly described as any nursing care provided outside of an acute hospital. This includes healthcare provided in the home, and also in other settings, for example within General Practice, a community hospital, the custody suite of a police station, a school or care home. Family nursing is a part of the primary care provided to patients of all ages, ranging from infant to geriatric health. Nurses assess the health of the entire family to identify health problems and risk factors, help develop interventions to address health concerns, and implement the interventions to improve the health of the individual and family. Family nurses often work with patients through their whole life cycle. This helps foster a strong relationship between health care provider and patient. Public health nursing is a systematic process by which: The health and health care needs of a population are assessed in order to identify subpopulations, families and individuals who would benefit from health promotion or who are at risk of illness, injury, disability or premature death.

  • Cardiovascular Nursing
  • Gerontology primary
  • Surgical Nursing
  • Disasters and Emergency Nursing
  • Wound Care Nursing
  • Emergency Nursing
  • Women’s health

 

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