Helping students to self-care and enhance their health-promotion skills

Published on Jul 11, 2019in British journal of nursing
· DOI :10.12968/BJON.2019.28.13.864
Anne Mills4
Estimated H-index: 4
(BU: Bournemouth University)
Nurses have a public health role, requiring them to promote the health of individuals and communities, and to engage at a political and policy level to improve population health. There is also a pr...
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