By Val Hyde
Community Nursing and healthiness Care brings jointly the foremost matters bobbing up from the relationships among group healthcare nurses, their consumers, and different health and wellbeing execs, emphasising how those needs to strengthen to enable community care to be 'redesigned round the patient'.
This necessary text:
Sets group nursing inside its present dynamic context
Is written by means of a number of execs, every one contributing via their diverse roles to the improvement of the field
Discusses key topics, resembling 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 avid gamers within the course and perform of group nursing
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Initiatives are underway in Scotland, Northern Ireland, England and Wales to work on the CNO agenda. Two resulting reports (Poulton et ai, 2000; Scottish Executive 2000) highlight a range of strategic and professional themes and recommendations to enhance the contribution of nurses, midwives and health visitors to public health. It is noteworthy that although the Scotland and Northern Ireland reviews used different approaches - a consultation exercise and a census survey, respectively— the issues and recommendations are similar, covering strategic, organizational and professional measures to strengthen the nursing contribution to public health.
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