Report on the evaluation of the WHO multi-country family health nurse pilot study / by Deborah Hennessy and Liz Gladin
AbstractThe Munich Declaration calls for the enhancement of the role of nurses particularly in the field of public health. Furthermore, it promotes the development of family-focused community nursing and midwifery services. It also reinforces the importance of a sound evidence base for practice in nursing and midwifery. The WHO Family Health Nurse (FHN) Multi-national Study was very much in line with the spirit of the Declaration. The aim of the study was to test the FHN concept within different health care systems across Europe. This report details the rationale, the evaluation processes and the outcomes from the WHO (Europe) Family Health Nurse Multi-national study. These outcomes are intended to inform policymakers on the most effective way of developing community nursing and related services in the future
Hennessy, Deborah, Gladin, Liz & World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. (2006). Report on the evaluation of the WHO multi-country family health nurse pilot study / by Deborah Hennessy and Liz Gladin. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/107761
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