Advancing population-based health-promotion and prevention practice in community-health nursing: key conditions for change.

@article{Beaudet2011AdvancingPH,
  title={Advancing population-based health-promotion and prevention practice in community-health nursing: key conditions for change.},
  author={Nicole Beaudet and Lucie Richard and Sylvie Gendron and Nancy Boisvert},
  journal={ANS. Advances in nursing science},
  year={2011},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={E1-E12}
}
Community-health nursing practice is a pivotal aspect of present-day health reforms. In Quebec, Canada, the recent introduction of a population-based approach has entailed increasing the resources allocated to health promotion and disease prevention. Semistructured interviews were conducted with nurses and managers (N = 69) in an effort to understand how these new resources are reflected in nursing practice. Three classes of factors emerged as key conditions for change: contextual and… CONTINUE READING

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