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Concepts, Theory and Practice
"Of significant importance to nurse educators, researchers, policy makers, and clinicians."
- Dr. Angeline Bushy,
PhD, RN, FAAN
Professor & Bert Fish Chair
Community Health Nursing
University of Central Florida
College of Nursing (From the Foreword)
This new and expanded edition of Rural Nursing offers new chapters on male care giving, complementary therapy, evidence-based practice, community resiliency, childhood obesity, and gaining access to Native American communities. Chapters retained from the previous edition have been updated with reference to the newest research. With contributions from international as well as national practitioners, Doctors Winters and Lee present a broad overview of the perspectives of rural persons, characteristics of health care in rural settings and the requirements for effective rural nursing practice in both the U.S. and Canada.
- Covers critical issues for nursing professionals practicing in rural areas
- Presents a national and international focus
- Expands understanding of the characteristics of rural persons and places
- Provides a single-source reference for rural nurses, nursing students, and faculty
503 pages; ISBN 9780826104571
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