Primary health care: comparing public health nursing models in Ireland and Norway
ForfatterClancy, Anne; Leahy-Warren, Patricia; Day, Mary Rose; Mulcahy, Helen
Health of populations is determined by amultitude of contextual factors. PrimaryHealth Care Reformendeavors to meet the broad health needs of populations and remains on international health agendas. Public health nurses are key professionals in the delivery of primary health care, and it is important for themto learn from global experiences. International collaboration is often facilitated by academic exchanges. As a result of one such exchange, an international PHN collaboration took place.The aim of this paper is to analyse the similarities and differences in public health nursing in Ireland and Norway within the context of primary care.
ForlagHindawi Publishing Corporation
SiteringNursing Research and Practice (2013), Article ID 426107
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