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NURS 560 Dynamics of Community Health Practice: Library Resources

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This guide will present some tips on finding information to support your community health practice.


Community Health (CDC)


image from Addressing Chronic Disease through Community Health Workers: A policy and systems-level approach. 



Community health practice provides the organizational structure, health care resources, and interdisciplinary collaboration to promote healthy people and communities.

Community health providers focus on individuals, families, populations, and the community using public health science.

Community health practice involves the identification of needs, and improvement of health, for people in communities.

Community health principles promote the positive connections between populations, their environment, and health of the community.

American Nurses Credentialing Center, Institute for Credentialing Innovation. History, practice & legal & Social/Cultural issues. In: Medical-Surgical Nursing Review and Resource Manual. 2nd ed. Silver Spring, MD: American Nurses Credentialing Center; 2007:55-1064.  Retrieved 11 Jul 2011, from


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