Community Nursing Option A: Critical Analysis of a Newspaper Article

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Essay #: 073744
Total text length is 8,538 characters (approximately 5.9 pages).

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Community Nursing Option A: Critical Analysis of a Newspaper Article
Introduction
Health is “multifaceted” and a “product of reciprocal interactions among individuals and their environments” (McMurray & Clendon, 2010, p. 7). Community health is an even more complex discipline due to the many determinants of health that exist at the sociological level, as well as the way in which these determinants interact with the personal. This paper will analyze a health article from the Toronto Sun, called “Bed bug fight running short of cash” which is about how the problem of bed bugs is affecting at risk communities in Toronto.
Overview of Article
This article has to do with how to manage the interaction between the physical and biological...
The end:
.....arn about the variety of ways that community health is impacted, particularly from the environment and the negotiation of public funds and private accountability for Toronto citizen health.
References
Home Health Care Nursing Competencies. (2010, March). In L. L. Stamler & L. Yiu (Eds.), Community health nursing: A Canadian perspective. Toronto: Pearson Canada.
McMurray, A., & Clendon, J. (2010). Introduction: Health as a socio-ecological concept. In Community health and wellness 4; Primary health care in practice (pp. 2-4; 5-27). Toronto: Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier.
Peat, D. (2012 Jan 20). “Bed bug fight running short of cash.” Toronto Sun. Retrieved from http://www.torontosun.com/2012/01/20/bed-bug-fight-running-short-of-cash