The Role of Public Health Nurses in Japanese Long-term Care Prevention Projects in the Community

@article{Kabayama2014TheRO,
  title={The Role of Public Health Nurses in Japanese Long-term Care Prevention Projects in the Community},
  author={Mai Kabayama and Kei Kamide and Kazue Sakakibara and Kazuo Hayakawa},
  journal={The journal of nursing care},
  year={2014},
  volume={2014},
  pages={1-5}
}
As the frontrunner of ageing countries, we would like to introduce the role of public health nurses in Japanese long-term care prevention projects in the community and our research on healthy longevity in this review article. Previous studies in Japan reported that lack of participation in social activities was significantly related to an increased risk to suffer from disability and subsequently requiring the application of Japanese long-term care insurance. As for primary/secondary prevention… 

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