The American Journal of Nursing
CommunityPublic Health Book of the Year (2nd place)
Introduction to Community-Based Nursingby Roberta Hunt
This text presents foundational concepts pivotal to delivering nursing care in the community setting, with specific attention to the NLN competencies for community-based nursing care. The author examines the variety of settings and situations in which the community-based nurse provides care, highlighting cultural diversities in the patient populations, and emphasizing interactions between the individual and the family.
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The American Journal of Nursing (AJN), "the leading voice of nursing since 1900," is the most recognized nursing journal in the world (www.AJNonline.com). Peer-reviewed and evidence-based, AJN has received more awards for editorial excellence and dissemination of information than any other nursing publication. The journal is published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, part of Wolters Kluwer Health
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