Family Nursing Essay by Peter Pen

An evaluation of the field of family health nursing by emphasizing the nature of the family and the importance that family represents for patient care.
# 64358 | 1,505 words | 3 sources | APA | 2006
Published on Mar 08, 2006 in Medical and Health (Nursing) , Sociology (General)


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Description:

This paper evaluates the current field of family health nursing by answering a series of basic and straightforward questions about that field. These questions include the nature of the family unit, the importance of the family for nurses, and methods for application of family health nursing theories. Throughout this paper, a rough definition of family health nursing according to the author's own understanding are shown.

From the Paper:

"The changing structure of the basic family unit will have a certain impact on family health and healthcare. Family health nursing takes this into account and provides for a holistic approach to healthcare that incorporates the working of the family into health assessments (Anderson, 2000). In doing so, the nurse will take into account the dynamics of the family in order to assess, implement and evaluate care."

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