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By Harriet H. Werley PhD, Joyce J. Fitzpatrick PhD

This early quantity within the long-running sequence focuses totally on neighborhood concerns. As in all volumes within the sequence, top nurse practitioners offer scholars, researchers, and clinicians with the principles for evidence-based perform and extra research.

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1977) advocated another model, which placed the responsibility for seeking health care on the children, but did not mention SCHOOL NURSING 35 the relationship between school health services and community health services. While the model of school health services may differ in various settings, the relationship between school health services and community health services remains a central issue for further research. School nurses play an essential role in school health services, particularly in follow-up on health problems (Bourne, 1971).

Community focus in public health nursing: Whose responsibility? Nursing Outlook, 31, 44-48. THE COMMUNITY AS A FIELD OF INQUIRY IN NURSING 21 Anderson, E. , Ives, L, & Skrovan, C. (1977). The development and implementation of a curriculum model for community nurse practitioners (DHEW Publication No. HRA 77-24). S. Government Printing Office, Archer, S. E. (1976), Community nurse practitioners: Another assessment. Nursing Outlook, 24, 499-503. Archer, S. , & Fleshman, R, P. (1975). Community health nursing: A typology of practice.

The cost for a Child Health Disability Prevention (CHDP) program for the 1977 to 1978 school year was reported as $11,036, and the cost per student physical averaged $43,44, The parents indicated overwhelming SCHOOL NURSING 39 approval of the nurse practitioner services (Dungy, Knapper, Givner, & George, 1980). Evaluation of the impact of school nurse practitioners in a public school revealed that (a) teachers and principals were in favor of increasing nursing services for the students; (b) school nurse practitioners seemed promising in expanding the nursing services, although legal restriction in treatment must be considered; (c) children's attitudes and beliefs did not differ for nurse or nurse practitioners; and (d) parents were enthusiastic about the nurse practitioner services (Lewis, Lorimer, Lindeman, Palmer, & Lewis, 1974).

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