Student Nurses' Attitudes toward a Career in Community Health

@article{Happell1998StudentNA,
  title={Student Nurses' Attitudes toward a Career in Community Health},
  author={Brenda Happell},
  journal={Journal of Community Health},
  year={1998},
  volume={23},
  pages={269-279}
}
Changes in the practice of health care delivery to include a greater focus on community-based care is becoming an issue of increasing importance throughout the Western World. In Australia, factors such as a reduction in the average patient stay within acute care hospitals and the allocation of additional funds to community resources presents evidence of this change in focus. Nurses, who form the largest professional group involved with health care delivery, must by necessity become an important… CONTINUE READING

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