Pediatric nurses provide health and medical care for children from birth through their late teens. These nurses provide expert care to the child while working with the family to address their concerns, fears, problems, and options. A pediatric nurse deals not only with the child patient but also with all the anxieties and demands of the parents.
Oncology nurses integrate their technical skills, scientific knowledge, and caring attitude to aid those living with cancer, including their families – starting from diagnosis, treatment, and then survivor-ship to end-of-life care.
Cardiac, or cardiovascular, nurses are often specialized advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) who work alongside cardiologists and other healthcare providers to provide comprehensive cardiovascular care for patients with acute and chronic heart maladies.
Psychiatric mental health registered nurses work with individuals, families, groups, and communities, assessing their mental health needs. Psychiatric Mental Health Advanced Practice Registered Nurses assess, diagnose, and treat individuals and families with psychiatric disorders or the potential for such disorders using their full scope of therapeutic skills, including the prescription of medication and administration of psychotherapy.
Occupational health nurses work to prevent, investigate, and treat workplace-related illnesses and injuries. These nurses can also administer drug and alcohol tests and investigate other possible causes of workplace accidents.
Primary Health Care is Essential Health Care Made Universally Accessible to Individuals and Acceptable to Them, Through Full Participation and at a Cost the Community and Country Can Afford.
Evidence Based Recommendations in Primary Care
Data Collection Ethics in Primary Healthcare
Primary Health Care Economic Evaluation
Modern Vaccination Programmes in Rural & Remote Areas
Childcare Services Integration in Primary Healthcare
Healthcare Financing Strategies Bias