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In 1996, the Aid to Families with Dependent Children program was repealed, and the welfare system in the United States was changed. This article critiques, from a nursing perspective, US welfare system reform. It interrogates dominant ideologies about poverty, welfare, and waged labor; examines...
This report of a postmodern feminist oral history tells a contemporary story of the success of nursing in overcoming the impediments of tradition, organizing and acting as an identifiable group, and speaking out with clarity as advocates for the health of American society. This was an important...
Criticisms of existing nursing theories in relation to community health nursing practice are that they focus on individuals and have been developed primarily for practice within the context of infirmity and disease, making them inadequate to guide community health nursing practice. Despite being...
An interdisciplinary team in a local public health district tested its ability to implement the core public health functions of assessment, policy development, and assurance by changing its practice to a community-driven model of building partnerships for health with groups and communities in a...
A research dialectic between philosophy of technology and nurses' work in acute care surfaces parallel technological practices that threaten the healing nature of two modern projects: health care and ecological restoration. A metaphor of ecological restoration is used to explore the...
This descriptive study investigated health-related quality of life (HRQOL) and caregiving/care receiving among 20 end-stage heart failure patients receiving community-based inotropic infusions and among their 18 family caregivers. The analysis revealed that care recipients perceived considerable...
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