Community Health Nursing: A Case Study Approach

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Lippincott, 1997 - Medical - 311 pages
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This combination textbook/clinical case studies book provides a comprehensive overview of the most current information on the role of the community health nurse, and explains the key concepts at the core of the community health nursing practice. Each chapter contains a review of key concepts in outline form, a discussion of the most current information on the subject at hand, and case studies and exercises for the development of critical thinking skills. Case studies and exercises provide the student with the opportunity to apply community health nursing concepts to real-life suituations.

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Contents

CHAPTER
1
Research
281
APPENDICES
295

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