What is Primary Health Care Nursing?

Primary Health Care Nursing is ever expanding and includes those nurses working in general practice, family and child health, community, aged care, schools, occupational health, sexual health, drug and alcohol, mental health, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health, telephone triage, palliative care, men’s health, infection control, chronic disease management, cardiovascular care, immunisation, cancer, asthma, COPD, health promotion, care plans, population health, diabetes, wound management. View ANF fact sheet.

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