community-based practice

com·mu·ni·ty-based prac·tice

(CBP) (kŏ-myūn'i-tē-bāst prak'tis)
Provision of skilled therapy services within a client's own home or community, with the requirement that the therapist take into consideration the lifestyle of the client and the cultural and social characteristics of the client's community. Typically such a practice provides expert knowledge that is not otherwise available to the client and ends when the needs calling it into existence have been met.
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In South Side Chicago, about 250 black men have signed up for All of Us, Robert Winn, MD, associate vice chancellor and director for community-based practice at the University of Illinois Cancer Center, said at the anniversary event.
This prospective clinical study of 415 patients with type 2 diabetes compared V-Go to STO in a real-world, community-based practice setting.
"I think that this study really proves the concept that in a community-based practice, we can test our patients," Dr.
GNTC notes that the practicum is "an educationally focused, guided field experience in which students engage in community-based practice with individuals, families and/or communities.
For example, the highest-ranking competencies in the knowledge category included knowing occupation-based practice and applying theory to intervention (Holmes & Scaffa, 2009a), both skills that apply equally well to institutional-based practice or to community-based practice. The authors' analysis also identified competencies unique to the community.
The fact that a community-based practice is affiliated with an institution that is administratively and financially related to hospitals is contradictory in principle and also gives rise to many problems in practice, particularly financial issues.
Lennox said it was a 10-year journey for her to move fully out of hospital into community-based practice. In that time, she established and ran the country's first early-discharge scheme for mothers and babies in the Hutt Valley.
KATHLEEN IRWIN (Doctor of Arts, Aalto University) is a scenographer, writer and educator (Head of Theatre, University of Regina), whose practical and theoretical research focuses on site-specific, community-based practice, and alternative performative spaces, including found space and the Internet.
Governmental agencies recommend that SON re-evaluate their curriculums and move away from the traditional primary focus on acute and chronic hospital-based instruction to one which includes more team-focused, community-based practice emphasizing policy, technology, and leadership development programs (IOM, 2009, 2010; Kemp, 2003; Korda & Eldridge, 2011).
The NANB Nursing Education Advisory Committee (one nurse from a community-based practice); Complaints Committee; and Discipline/Review Committee all require nominations to fill vacancies and replace members completing their terms.
* Older adult care-given the shift in age range of the population of the United States, significant time and emphasis must be allocated to student learning about geriatric care, management of chronic conditions, and community-based practice.

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