The impact of a team-based intervention on the lifestyle risk factor management practices of community nurses: outcomes of the community nursing SNAP trial

@inproceedings{Chan2013TheIO,
  title={The impact of a team-based intervention on the lifestyle risk factor management practices of community nurses: outcomes of the community nursing SNAP trial},
  author={Bibiana C Chan and Upali W. Jayasinghe and Bettina Christl and Rachel A Laws and Neil Orr and Anna Williams and Kate Partington and Mark Fort Harris},
  booktitle={BMC health services research},
  year={2013}
}
BACKGROUND Lifestyle risk factors like smoking, nutrition, alcohol consumption, and physical inactivity (SNAP) are the main behavioural risk factors for chronic disease. Primary health care is an appropriate setting to address these risk factors in individuals. Generalist community health nurses (GCHNs) are uniquely placed to provide lifestyle interventions as they see clients in their homes over a period of time. The aim of the paper is to examine the impact of a service-level intervention on… CONTINUE READING

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