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Ventilation & housing Community health nursing

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Ventilation is defined as the "Science of maintaining atmospheric conditions which are comfortable and suitable to the human body.Ventilation is the process of "changing" or replacing air in any space to provide high indoor air qu...
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Food sanitation Community Health Nursing

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Food sanitation is a series of rules which are designed to prevent the contamination of food, keeping it safe to eat.The practice of food sanitation is especially important to people in the food industry, at every step of the supply chain from wor...
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Introduction to Home Visiting

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A home visit is a purposeful interaction in a home (or residence) directed at promoting and maintaining the health of individuals and the family (or significant others).A major distinction of a home visit is that a health professional goe...
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Health Education

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Often health is considered as absence of certain disease conditions and not a condition itself.Subject of “Health Education and Promotion “will try to change our mind set from curative to preventive and promotional aspect of health.Often healt...
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Health Care System in Pakistan

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Definition of Solid waste, Refuse and SewageRefuse: Garbage heap (All refuse other than industrial-waste and effluents e.g. animals, vegetables and food wastes)Solid waste: Garbage from residential, commercial, institutional and industrial sources...
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International Conference on Primary Health Care, Alma-Ata September 1978

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The International Conference on Primary Health Care, meeting in Alma-Ata this twelfth day of September in the year Nineteen hundred and seventy-eight, expressing the need for urgent action by all governments, all health and development workers, an...
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Principles of primary health care

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INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH CARE .Health -  fundamental human right Integrated care comprising preventive, promotive, curative & rehabilitation services Extending from “womb to tomb” Key to socio economic development and progress of the country.Or...
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Primary Health Care Level of Health Care Level

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Levels of Care

Primary health care

Secondary health care

Tertiary health care

Primary health care

The “first” level of contact between the individual and the health system.

Essential ...
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Introduction To Community Health Nursing

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According WHO Expert committee,” A community is a social group determined by geographic boundaries and/or common values and interests. The members know and interact with each other. It function within a particular social structure and exhibits a...
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History of Community Health Nursing

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Before mid 1800s-Early Home Care with focus in Sick and Poor individual.Orientation: curative

agencies: lay & religious orders

*St. Phoebe

Mid 1800s to 1900-district Nursing with focus in Sick and poor individual

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History of Psychiatry

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Prehistoric cultures often held a supernatural view of abnormal behavior and saw it as the work of evil spirits, demons, gods, or witches who took control of the person. This form of demonic possession was believed to occur when the person engaged...
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Reflective log on Schizophrenia Patient Assessment

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Reflective Logs and Reflective Diaries (They are interchangable) are common requirements in UK and US universities assessments. For many courses, it is essential for students to be able to effectively analyse their own progress and apply theoreti...
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Patient Assessment Theory (Knowledge) and Practice Integration

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Depression is a serious mood disorder characterized by sadness, low self esteem and low energy.According to the pt he had headache, depressed mood, loss of concentration and disturb sleep. A 25 years old patient was lying on bed in supine position...
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Patient Assessment Theory (Knowledge) and Practice Integration Demographic Data

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An abnormal and overwhelming sense of apprehension and fear often marked by physiological signs (as sweating, tension, and increased pulse), by doubt concerning the reality and nature of the threat, and by self-doubt about on.The patient was in pa...
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EPILEPSY,Types Of Epiepsy,Causes Of Epilepsy and Management of Epilepsy

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It is a group of chronic CNS disorders characterized by recurrent, periodic and unpredictable seizures.Seizures are sudden and uncontrolled episodes of brain dysfunction resulting from abnormal discharge of neuronal cells with associated motor, se...
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