5 edition of Introduction to Home Health Nursing found in the catalog.
October 15, 1999
by C.V. Mosby
Written in English
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This Comprehensive Guide will help you to:Transition to continuous home health care nursingUnderstand the foundation for home health careMassively improve your home health nursing skillsLet me help you to make a smooth transition from facility nursing to home care nursing.
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Seems to be more nursing diagnosis for home health than anything else. I was hoping for more info on home health nursing in general as a newbie RN to this field - although I have worked in a hospital setting for 20 years.
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These materials introduce public health core functions and essential services. This product consists of four powerpoint presentations with comments sections providing an introduction and overview of home health care. The first powerpoint presents an overview of what home health care is, provides a brief history of home health care in the United States, and reviews the Medicare home health care program.
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