Community nursing and health care : insights and innovations by Val Hyde

By Val Hyde

Community Nursing and overall healthiness Care brings jointly the main concerns bobbing up from the relationships among group healthcare nurses, their consumers, and different wellbeing and fitness pros, emphasising how those needs to enhance to enable community care to be 'redesigned round the patient'.

This priceless text:
Sets neighborhood nursing inside of its present dynamic context
Is written via quite a few pros, every one contributing via their various roles to the improvement of the field
Discusses key topics, equivalent to medical governance, throughout chapters
Emphasises the significance of collaborative operating and the way to accomplish this
Clearly demonstrates the significance of adaptability and responsiveness to change
Enables readers to turn into key gamers within the path and perform of group nursing

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4. The principles demonstrate the close alignment between the public health agenda and the basis of health visiting practice. They indicate that health visitors are community-based nurse specialists who develop a range of interventions tailored to assessed need while using local community knowledge to influence policy. Under UKCC community specialist health practice, health visitors are called 'public health nurses'. 4 The principles of health visiting (CETHV, 1977) The search for health needs Stimulation of the awareness of health needs The influence on policies affecting health The facilitation of health-enhancing activities principles may reflect a professional aspiration to public health practice, constraints in the primary care setting may compromise the professional goal.

Similarly, the Director of Women Against Violence (WAVE) - a voluntary movement with a major role in post-conflict situation trauma management is a nurse. This is in addition to crucial roles, for instance in the hospice movement and Marie Curie, and specialist voluntary organizations for people with disabilities, diabetes and other special needs. Such posts embody the crosssectoral, partnership spirit of public health, which is not about professional boundaries but rather about imaginative, productive linking of skills, at all levels, for public benefit.

Towards public health practice This section looks briefly at public health practice in the context of the broader political and health arena. It is important to appreciate that this is the international public health framework within which community nurses work. Clarification of this agenda is essential in order to test the assertion that the public health agenda can or cannot be part of community nursing. In 1986, the WHO held its first International Conference on Health Promotion in Ottawa, Canada.

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