Care of individuals, families and communities in the community nursing context. Comprehensive approach to the care of infants, children, women, men and those within unique settings or circumstances (e. g. the elderly, the homeless, marginalised communities, emergency situations and reproductive health). Common community health problems. Communicable diseases and immunisation, HIV/Aids. Chronic physical and mental health problems. Social pathology in the community.
2 lectures per week, 1 other contact session per week
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Period of presentation
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