community nurses

community nurses

A collective UK term for nursing professionals, including practice nurses, community matrons, district nurses, health visitors and school nurses, who provide services out of hospital settings.
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A WOMAN who managed to kick a drug addiction and find meaningful work, with the support of a Christchurch nurse, spoke alongside the nurse, at the conference of the New Zealand Faith Community Nurses Association conference in Christchurch in September.
The use of Specialist Community Nurses in this way is the right thing to do.
Faculty, community nurses, and students who participated in interviews were asked to complete a five-item, open-ended survey.
The Award recognises both this and her role in educating the community nursing workforce and the community nurses of the future.
The Mission of the South Carolina Faith Community Nurses Association (SCFCNA) is to encourage and support the development and sustainability of faith community nursing and health ministries throughout the state of South Carolina.
The programme is now being finalised and includes sessions on the challenges and opportunities of social media, female genital mutilation (FGM), commissioning for community nurses, the implications of NMC revalidation and responsible management of patient information.
The QN title is a key part of this and we would encourage other community nurses to apply.
Parish nurses, or faith community nurses, understand and embrace all dimensions of the whole person.
Croix Valley MIG and the Wisconsin Faith Community Nurses Coalition (WFCNC) MIG.
The NHS is becoming more fragmented and the number of community nurses is going down.

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