Health coaching: the role of the practice nurse

Published on Feb 2, 2021in Practice Nursing
· DOI :10.12968/PNUR.2021.32.2.70
Catherine Best (Queen's University)
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Health coaching can be used to improve the health of patients. Catherine Best looks at the theory behind health coaching and how the nurse can play a role Health coaching is a concept which focuses...
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