Nurses have the ability to make a significant difference in a time when public health is facing rising challenges. The practise of public health nursing is described as the application of knowledge from the nursing, social, and public health sciences to promote and safeguard the health of populations. Nurses can have a huge impact on public health if they work together. By teaching communities and providing treatment within them, public health nurses play a crucial role in improving population health outcomes. Registered nurses in this position of leadership are able to influence positive change through policy reform and community building. Public health nurses have been on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic, not only treating patients but also educating them about the disease, tracing their contacts, and providing self-isolation advice. Nurses in this exciting profession can engage directly with communities to educate people and provide them with the skills they need to make their lives better.
Title : Relevance of clinical practice in nursing education
Daryle Wane, Pasco-Hernando State College, United States
Title : Knowledge regarding the first aid management of seizures among college students in kerala
Prabha Grace, Carmel College of Nursing, India
Title : Concerns about wrong delivery of the bad news in clinical practice
Sofica Bistriceanu, Academic Medical Unit – CMI, Romania
Title : The burnout syndrome among medical personnel
Nataliya Petrova, I.P.Pavlov 1-st Saint Petersburg State Medical University, Russian Federation
Title : Mentoring of the new graduate nurse: Can it aid in retention?
Rebecca Young, University of Rochester, United States
Title : Registered nurses use of a national early warning score: An Interpretative hermeneutic phenomenological study
Claire Nadaf, AECC University College, United Kingdom