These competencies and skills are requisite for public health nurses to serve in contemporary, evolving roles with communities and populations that face complex, multifaceted challenges Levin et al.
The review found information on the theoretical basis of health promotion practice by nurses, the range of their expertise, health promotion competencies and the organizational culture associated with health promotion practice.
Freedom, autonomy, capacity and human dignity are associated to the individual right to health 3 such as poverty and social inequality, the last having strong impact on health, obstructioning the emergence and recognition of human dignity 13.
GIS is a tool that facilitates assessment and analysis of the ecological context of a population, as well as phenomena such as youth substance nonuse and use within the community Aronson et al. Andrews et al. The CPRT then examined three existing substance use prevention programs with effectiveness data to assess whether they met these criteria.
At the basis of the complex physical, mental and social welfare, which is considered equivalent to human health, are autonomy and the respect of human dignity.
Therefore, they were able to reveal multi-level factors related to smoking patterns of that community by partnering with community insiders, which provided a foundation for developing effective smoking cessation interventions. This began the implementation of organized healthcare.
Engaging youth through photovoice.
During the midth century however, new scientific understanding of transmission of disease enabled successful sanitation interventions that prevented disease on a large scale.
Some nurses volunteer by using their medical knowledge to promote health in the community.