Community Nursing Practice: Theory, Skills and Issues

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Index
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders
connected community client 14
historical segregation 304
Indigenous day 361
life expectancy 97–8
population health issues 52–3
see also Indigenous health
abortion 54
accessibility in community health 14, 22
addiction 31–3
Adelaide District Trained Nurse Society 63
advanced practice 381–3
advocacy
defined 359
expert model of care 366–7
importance to community health
359–60 partnership model of care 366–7
and the community nurse role 360–3
strategies to facilitate 365–6
alcohol 32
Alma Ata Declaration for Primary Health Care 20, 23
assessment 235–7
groups 276
see also family assessment
at-risk groups 13
Australia
community health movement 20
primary health care 6
public health nursing 63–6
public health reforms 60–2
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 56
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) 56
Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health (ALSWH) 57
Australian Trained Nurses Association 64
Bangkok Charter for Health Promotion 148–9
behavioural risk factors 44
Blue Nursing Service 63
budgets 320–1
'burden of disease' 41–2, 103
bureaucratic organisations 310–11
Calgary Family Assessment Model 260, 261
case management 244–6
case studies
diabetes education and screening in rural WA worksites 142
health services for refugees 37
home visiting 233
managing chronic illness with a rural Indigenous women group 285–6
nurse-client relationship 368
participatory action research approach 139
Primary Health Care Access Program 36
skin health education program for secondary schools 167–8
change management 326–9
chronic diseases 49–50
chronic disorders 49–50
Church of England District Nursing Association 63
client family focus 253–4
client needs 22
client-nurse relationship 12, 231–3, 367–9

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