A Comprehensive Textbook of Community Health Nursing

by Dash Bijayalaskhmi
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Author/Editor Dash Bijayalaskhmi
ISBN 9789386056054
Speciality Community Health Nursing
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/12959
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2017
Pages 871
Book Type Textbook
Chapter Name Size Page No
 

This book “A Comprehensive Textbook of Community Health Nursing” has evolved to reflect the continuous advancements in the field of nursing education, to meet the growing information source required for nursing students. This extraordinary textbook contains all the aspects of community health nursing comprehensively. It covers almost all the chapters as per the latest syllabus of Indian Nursing Council (INC) for BSc, MSc and General Nursing and Midwifery course. This textbook will prove to be an unceasing source of information. The core subject community health nursing in nursing syllabus requires information and knowledge in current affairs. This textbook contains eighteen chapters written in simple language and all the chapters are well-defined with updated knowledge, information and data findings. This book will supply all the updated information like NITI Aayog, new emerging and re-emerging diseases (Ebola virus and Zika virus), new changing policies and National Health Programmes in details. Separate chapters based on community mental health, international health, occupational health and quality assurance in community health nursing and rehabilitation which are rarely available are emphasized.

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