eBook Current Issues in Community Nursing: Specialist Practice in Primary Health Care (v. 2) download
by Jenny Littlewood BSc HV SRN
Author: Jenny Littlewood BSc HV SRN
Publisher: Churchill Livingstone; 2 edition (October 7, 1999)
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Start by marking Current Issues In Community Nursing 2: Specialist Practice . In addition to the specific areas of practice, there are also chapters on key community issues such as the specialist/advanced practice debate, advocacy and evidence-based practice.
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Littlewood, Jenny Previous: Public health and community nursing: framework.
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UK health policy embodies two opposing trends affecting mental health .
UK health policy embodies two opposing trends affecting mental health care in the community: a move towards a primary care-led NHS which inevitably reflects the concern of GPs with 'milder' mental illness, and specific mental health policies intended to refocus the specialist services on people with 'serious' mental illness. 25% of those with psychotic illness are cared for entirely in primary care, and, therefore, the scope for greater integration of generalist and specialist care is considerable .
Primary Health Care, or PHC refers to "essential health care" that is based on scientifically sound and socially acceptable methods and technology. It is through their full participation and at a cost that the community and the country can afford to maintain at every stage of their development in the spirit of self-reliance and self-determination
Graduates from this Specialist Community Public Health Nursing Health Visitor course have progressed into roles .
Graduates from this Specialist Community Public Health Nursing Health Visitor course have progressed into roles with organisations such as Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust, working as health visitors and public health nurses. To complete this course, you need to secure a position in a Trust as Student Health Visitor. It is essential that students obtain an organised practice placement with a Primary Care Trust (PCT) and an allocated practice teacher in the defined area of Specialist Community Public Health Nursing Practice. Without a qualified practice teacher we regret that we cannot offer a place on this course.
Apply epidemiological concepts and principles in community health nursing practice. Perform community health assessment and plan health programmes. Describe the various components of Reproductive and child health programme
Apply epidemiological concepts and principles in community health nursing practice. Describe the various components of Reproductive and child health programme. Demonstrate leadership abilities in organizing community health nursing services by using inter-sectoral and multi-disciplinary approach. Describe the role and responsibilities of community health nurse in various national health and family welfare programmes. Participate in the implementation of various national health and family welfare programme.
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Published online by Cambridge University Press: 05 May 2015. The number of beds in care homes (with and without nurses) in the United Kingdom is three times greater than the number of beds in National Health Service (NHS) hospitals. Care homes are predominantly owned by a range of commercial, not-for-profit or charitable providers and their residents have high levels of disability, frailty and co-morbidity.
Primary services are being increasingly developed to meet the increasing . Year Two: District Nursing course.
Primary services are being increasingly developed to meet the increasing needs of a complex and ageing population providing care closer to home. Community nurses need to have the specialist knowledge to be able to lead and deliver these services while ensuring quality of care for their patients. This SPQ course will enhance your knowledge of the management of adult patients and their families within a community setting. There is an emphasis on leadership skills, reflective inquiry, self-awareness, assertiveness and critical thinking skills. During the second year of study, you will undertake two or three modules.
Contemporary Issues in Health Visiting. Specialist Practice of Health Visiting. Specialist Practice of Health Visiting Students must be enrolled on the BSc (Hons) Specialist Community Public Health Nursing (SCPHN): School Nursing programme OR be a SCPHN: SN OR be a first level nurse working in school nursing. The content of this unit will be flexible to enable responsiveness to current school nursing practice. Typical content will include: principles of school nursing; current national school nursing policy drivers and health needs of young people and families.