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Community Health Nursing - INDIA   Tags: clinical practice, course_guide, health sciences, medical_education_public_health, nursing, public health  

Information resources and research tools for students studying Community Health Nursing in India studying with the Winter semester of the University of Michigan Community Health Nursing students.
Last Updated: Jan 28, 2014 URL: http://guides.lib.umich.edu/chnursingindia Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome! Aap ka swaagat hai!

Welcome to a research guide for your course in Community Health Nursing. Aap ka swaagat hai! Iss guide mai aap ko health information aur community health nursing information millega.  All of the research and reference information sources presented in this research guide are quality sources and freely available to you.  If you have any questions about the information resources shared in this resource guide please contact Gurpreet K. Rana at preet@umich.edu.  

 

Social Determinants of Health

"Social factors, the next determinant of health to be considered, include social determinants of health and physical determinants or conditions in the environment. Social factors that the public health nurse assess include the client's interactions and connections with family, friends, and others in their community."

Truglio-Londrigan, M., & Lewenson, S. (2011). Public health nursing: Practicing population-based care.
Sudbury, Mass: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

a. Economic Stability

b. Education

c. Social and Community Context

d. Health and Health Care

e. Neighborhood and Built Environment

Social Determinants of Health model from HealthyPeople.gov

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