Like a mentally and physically challenged person, community nursing holds on to its crutches tightly as to almost forever—a particular stigma nurses especially graduating nurses keep out always. The debate as to what difference there has between practicing nursing in rural and urban health care facilities is one of the many to mention.
”]But behind the stigma are mere revelations of fears, doubts, worries and uncertainties of community nursing. Some would say there is nothing unique to expect as the required nursing care needs are almost the same regardless of the setting therein. Others agree that rural practice holds a different kind of specialty requiring special skills in extending nursing care at the most austere situations. Austere in the sense of sparser population, distant locations between services and providers, fewer resources and most especially the preferences of residents vary toward informal social structures.
To Community Nursing or Not To Community Nursing: That is the Nurse’s Question!
|Reasons To Choose: To Community Nursing||Challenges That Keeps Nurses Away and Not To Community Nursing|
|1. Personal considerations
3. Financial considerations
|1. Background of the environment
2. Professional issues
3. Patient-related considerations