By Charlene A. Winters PhD ACNS-BC, Helen J. Lee PhD RN
"[T]his prolonged textual content on rural nursing is an important contribution to the information base on a phenomenon that's of vital value to nurse educators, researchers, coverage makers, and clinicians." --Dr. Angeline hairy, PhD, RN, FAAN collage of valuable Florida university of Nursing (From the Foreword) completely up-to-date and revised, this new version of Rural Nursing offers the data, talents, and perception nurses needs to collect to satisfy the original wishes of rural populations. Winters and Lee current a wide evaluate of the views of rural people, the features of wellbeing and fitness care in rural settings, and the necessities for potent nursing perform. With members from the U.S., Canada, and Australia, this re-creation provides an increased view of the way nurses may also help make large-scale overall healthiness care advancements in rural settings. Nurses will find out how to inspire adjustments within the future health behaviors of rural humans, pursue evidence-based perform and study, and create projects for stronger schooling, perform, and coverage. New and extended issues contain: Rural male caregivers Perinatal reports of rural girls Complementary remedy and future health literacy in rural dwellers early life weight problems and environmental chance relief for rural childrens Rural public overall healthiness in local American groups
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The data were then ordered from the more general to the more speciﬁc. This process led to the identiﬁcation of constructs, concepts, variables, and indicators. An example helps to illustrate this process. Ethnographic data had been gathered from “gypo” loggers. These men are independent logging contractors from northwestern Montana who work in rugged isolated areas, usually living in trailers or tents while working. 1 shows the scheme used to organize these data. The concepts “present time” orientation and crisis orientation to health are identiﬁed.
In a small town, for example, the nurse’s behavior as a wife, a mother, and a church attendee are all signiﬁcantly related to her effectiveness as a health care professional in that community. Further, in their professional role, nurses reported experiencing role diffusion. Nurses are expected to perform a variety of diverse and unrelated tasks. On a single shift, a nurse may work in obstetrics delivering a baby, care for a dying patient on the medicalsurgical unit, and initiate care of a trauma patient in the emergency room.
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