Community Health Nursing Examination Questions for NCLEX and Board Exams

Community Health Nursing Exam 1 (145 Items)

Community Health Nursing Examination Questions for NCLEX and Board Exams

Community Health Nursing Exam Questions 1 (30 Items) - Nurseslabs

Community Health Nursing Exam Questions 1 (15 Items)

John’s nurse, a rural community nurse, United States, ca. 1914 A hundred years ago, rural visiting nurses provided the only medical care available for some isolated communities. They travelled by whatever means possible to attend to the sick. Liberated from the restrictive hierarchies of hospital life, visiting and community nurses pioneered public health movements in both the United Kingdom and United States.

John’s nurse, a rural community nurse, United States, ca. 1914 A hundred years ago, rural visiting nurses provided the only medical care available for some isolated communities. They travelled by whatever means possible to attend to the sick. Liberated from the restrictive hierarchies of hospital life, visiting and community nurses pioneered public health movements in both the United Kingdom and United States.

WKU is offering a Faith Community Nursing Coordinator Course! A Faith Community Nurse Coordinator is an RN who oversees, educates, and supports the practice of faith community nursing. Follow the link to learn more and register!

WKU is offering a Faith Community Nursing Coordinator Course! A Faith Community Nurse Coordinator is an RN who oversees, educates, and supports the practice of faith community nursing. Follow the link to learn more and register!

Lillian D. Wald (1867 – 1940) was a nurse, social worker, public health official, teacher, author, editor, publisher, woman’s rights activist, & the founder of American community nursing. Her unselfish devotion to humanity is recognized around the world & her visionary programs have been widely copied everywhere. She received the Lincoln Medallion for her work as an “Outstanding Citizen of New York.”

Lillian D. Wald (1867 – 1940) was a nurse, social worker, public health official, teacher, author, editor, publisher, woman’s rights activist, & the founder of American community nursing. Her unselfish devotion to humanity is recognized around the world & her visionary programs have been widely copied everywhere. She received the Lincoln Medallion for her work as an “Outstanding Citizen of New York.”

Pretty cool for kids crafts! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - Community - Google+

Pretty cool for kids crafts! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - Community - Google+

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