Regina H Johnson

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INTRODUCTION Geologically, New Zealand lies along the intersection of two of the earth's major plates and therefore earthquakes, volcanoes, and hot springs are widespread. The original inhabitants, the Maori, were aware of the therapeutic value of hot-pools and, as Europeans settled on the islands in the nineteenth century, many travellers commented(More)
An Oxford study reveals wide variations in health visitors' use of printed health education materials with clients. Their choice appears dictated largely by personal preference and judgement, and by lack of availability of suitable materials. MARY DIXON and RALPH JOHNSON argue that standards and guidelines are needed on which, how and why such leaflets are(More)
The place of team work in health care is emphasised. Reasons for caution among members of the medical profession are defined. The importance of medical students being aware of the input of other health care professionals together with association with them in their training years and integration in activities where possible has been proposed previously, but(More)
In summary, improved population health, population focused care, and community-based networks are the objectives of health care delivery systems. Community/public health nursing education, practice, and research must be re-examined, re-focused, and re-designed to address the challenges of an expanding 21st century health care delivery to populations and(More)
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