This is a comprehensive textbook developed to reflect the new community specialist practitioner role for practice nurses. It gives an overview of the practice nurse role in primary health care and the factors which influence that role and its development including the context of, and challenges for, practice nursing. Areas covered include legal issues, management, health promotion, nurse prescribing, and community development.
Who Is The Practice Nurse?
Managing Nursing Care in General Practice.
Legal Issues Pertinent to Role Development in General.
The Political Framework of Practice.
Challenges in Practice
Conceptual Frameworks in Practice
From Health Education to Community DevelopmentThe Practice Nurse
Using Health Education in The Management Of Chronic Disease.
Involving The Public In Health Care Decision-MakingInvolvement In General Practice
Public Health What Does It Mean For Nurses in Primary Care?
Mental HealthThe Practice Nurse Have A Role?
Clinical Supervision What Will It Offer in the Development of Practice Nurses?
Achieving Practice Nurse Potential through Specialist Practice
Autonomy in Practice Is it A Reality?
The Future of Practice Nursing
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- © Bailièrre Tindall 2000
- 29th August 2000
- Bailièrre Tindall
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