Integrating the Concepts of Population Health, Primary Health Care and Health Promotion

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Integrating the Concepts of Population Health, Primary Health Care and Health Promotion
Unhealthy dietary patterns from high cost of food and high rates of unemployment and smoking in a rural Alberta community has resulted in adverse outcomes in their health in the form of fatigue, anemia and increased susceptibility to respiratory infections. The role of a community health nurse within the community can be expanded to include educational and health promotion functions in addition to the home visits and immunizations in order to address the health needs of the community. The proposed solution to the health status of the members of the community would be to provide smoking cessation and nutrition education, health screenings as well as...
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