International Journal of Community Health Nursing

Community Health Nursing is a peer reviewed journal that includes nursing practice and public health, which helps in promoting and protecting the health of the community. The journal creates a platform for the authors to make their contributions toward the journal. The main objective of the community health nursing is to promote the practice that maintains the population health by improving the health of the families, individuals and group of people. The Scope of practice of community health nursing that includes community-building, health promotion, policy reform and system-level changes to promote and protect the health of populations. Public health nurses have an essential role and responsibility as leaders in health improvement and promoting health equity.

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Vol 1, No 1 (2018)

Table of Contents

Articles

Assessment of Knowledge Regarding Nursing Informatics Among Nursing Faculties in Selected Nursing College of Northwest India: Cross-Sectional Study
Samundy Kumbhakar 1-9
A Study To“Assess The Factors Affecting the Duration Of Hospital Stay Among Patients At Selected Hospitals, Tirupati, A.P.”
Sharaf Anuradha, Mrs. T. Nazma Sanjeed, Mrs. M. Sandhya Priya Darsini, Ms. P.G. Rekha, Mrs. P. Sumithra 10-13
Knowledge regarding Ill Effects of Alcohol among the Undergraduate Students of Selected Colleges of Belagavi, Karnataka
Ashok Kamat 14-18
A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Knowledge of Mothers Regarding Prevention of Selected Communicable Diseases Among Under Five Children in Selected Urban Areas of Fatehabad
Aarti Sharma 19-23
A study to assess the conflict management style among the nursing students in Madha College of Nursing, Chennai.
Ariya Lakshmi, H. Mahalakshmi 24-29
Nurses role in Disasters
Vijayakumar. S. 30-35