By Sue Chilton, Heather Bain
A Textbook of neighborhood Nursing is a finished and evidence-based advent protecting the entire variety themes, together with expert ways to care, public future health, eHealth, healing relationships and the position of group nursing in psychological healthiness. the recent variation has been up-to-date all through, together with new directions and guidelines. It additionally presents a more robust concentrate on evidence-based practice.
This ordinary and available textbook comprises:
- Current concept, coverage, and instructions for perform. All chapters are underpinned via a robust proof base;
- Learning goals for every bankruptcy, plus routines and actions to check present realizing, advertise reflective perform, and inspire extra reading;
- Case experiences and examples from perform which draw on all branches of neighborhood nursing to demonstrate useful program of theory.
This is an important textual content for all pre-registration nursing scholars, scholars on expert neighborhood nursing classes, and certified nurses coming into neighborhood perform for the 1st time.
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Reinforcing progress – supporting decisions. Recognizing influences on health: socioeconomic, cultural, personal. In order to assist established community nurses or those experiencing community nursing, the case study, and subsequent analysis and action planning, have been developed around the framework for promoting health and wellbeing (Fig. 2). It is anticipated that this simple practical example will assist community nurses in the delivery of client-led health-promoting activity, which may also improve an individual sense of wellbeing.
Rollnick et al. suggested that a practitioner could reduce resistance to change by relationship building using a therapeutic approach based on trust and information exchange to negotiate the agenda and to set achievable goals based on the individual’s vision of importance and their confidence to make the change. Gallant et al. (2002) conducted a very informative concept analysis of partnership working which identified three phases to the partnership working relationship: the initiating phase, the working phase and an evaluation phase.
This model is particularly problematic from a community and public health viewpoint as the focus is on the body, acute illness and the disease process such that social or economic causes of illness are omitted. Concepts within the medical model are informed by and reinforce values, attitudes and practice. 2 Features of the medical model of health Focus on the disease process and cure Scientific rational approach Professional as expert Task focused Illness model of health: little emphasis on prevention or public health Becoming ‘a professional’ is a process of acculturation and socialization where new recruits are exposed to the norms and values that pertain to a particular profession, including language and how to relate to clients.
A textbook of community nursing by Sue Chilton, Heather Bain