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Overview

The family nurse provides care within many facilities in a community.  This is discussed in chapter 17 of your text.  They include nurse home visiting programs, community nursing centers, public health departments, and home education, and community education.  Discuss these facilities in your community as well as access to these resources.  For each resource be sure to include how families in the community benefit. Also discuss three ways in which a family health nurse may be useful in community resources.  Use what you’ve learned about the role of a family health nurse and what he/she may use to help in community settings.

Objectives

· Examine family health nurse role in various community health settings.

References

· Minimum of three (3) total references: one (1) references from required course materials and two (2) peer-reviewed references. All references must be no older than five years (unless making a specific point using a seminal piece of information)

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Number of Pages/Words

· Unless otherwise specified all papers should have a minimum of 600 words

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Criteria

Levels of Achievement

Accomplished Needs Improvement Not Acceptable

Introduction 7 to 7 Points

• Clearly states the purpose of the
paper.

• Provides a comprehensive
overview of topic or questions.

• Engages the reader.

• Organized and has easy follow.

2 to 6 Points

• Overview is provided, but key
points/ideas are missing.

• Purpose statement is not clear.

• Does not engage the reader.

• Somewhat disorganized but still
comprehensible

0 to 1 Points

• Does not provide an overview of
the paper or is absent.

• No purpose statement.

Body

Key Requirement 1
Discusses
Nurse Home
Visiting
Programs

4 to 4 Points

• Thorough discussion of nurse
home visiting programs

2 to 3 Points

• Adequate discussion on nursing
home visiting programs

0 to 1 Points

• Vague discussion on nurse home
visiting programs

Key Requirement 2
Discusses
Community
Nursing
Centers

4 to 4 Points

• Thorough discussion of
community nursing centers

2 to 3 Points

• Adequate discussion on
community nursing centers

0 to 1 Points

• Vague discussion on community
nursing centers

Key Requirement 3
Discusses Public
Health Departments

4 to 4 Points

• Thorough discussion of public
health departments

2 to 3 Points

• Adequate discussion on public
health departments

0 to 1 Points

• Vague discussion on public
health departments

Key Requirement 4
Discusses home
education and
community education

4 to 4 Points

• Thorough discussion of home
education and community
education

2 to 3 Points

• Adequate discussion on home
education and community
education

0 to 1 Points

• Vague discussion on home
education and community
education

Key Requirement 5

Discusses aspects of
family health nursing

in community health
settings

4 to 4 Points

• Identifies three assets of a family
health nurse and explains their
usefulness in a community
health setting

2 to 3 Points

• Identifies less than three assets
of a family health nurse and
usefulness in a community
health setting

0 to 1 Points

• Identifies only one asset of a
family health nurse and
usefulness in a community
health setting or not included.

Conclusion 7 to 7 Points

• Summarizes paper and reflects
on what the reader has learned
from the paper.

• Demonstrates persuasive
thought a

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