community health nursing

com·mu·ni·ty health nurs·ing

(kŏ-myū'ni-tē helth nŭrs'ing)
Health care divided into public health and home care nursing; home care nursing provides intravenous therapy and wound care; public health nursing focuses on health promotion and illness prevention. Programs such as administration of flu vaccine in shopping centers are carried out by public health nurses; allows nurses a more independent practice than offered in a hospital.
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