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Medicus Systems Corp., Washington, DC

Works: 2 works in 3 publications in 1 language and 4 library holdings
Classifications: RT71,
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Most widely held works by Washington, DC Medicus Systems Corp.
The relationship between nursing education and performance : a critical review by Lyman C Dennis( Book )

2 editions published in 1979 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This monograph examines the effect that type of education has on nursing performance. It explores the issue of whether or not nurses educated in diploma, baccalaureate, and associate degree programs differ in their practice of nursing and, ir so, in what ways. A proposed change in the training of nurses is noted, namely to reorganize nursing into two groups: professional nurses and technical nurses. The title of professional nurse would be reserved for graduates of baccalaureate programs. The two categories of nurses would be held responsible for different competencies. (JD)
Health Promotion & Disease Prevention An Assessment Guide for BHCDA Projects. Administrative Document by Washington, DC Medicus Systems Corp.( Book )

1 edition published in 1983 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Designed to help health center administrators and providers deliver health care services within the broad context of disease prevention, health promotion, and health education, this guide serves as a companion document to "Promoting Health and Preventing Disease: Objectives for the Nation" (ED 209 206). Its purpose is to help in program planning and to offer assessment guidelines for specific project needs. The guide is organized into five major sections: (1) Assessing Your Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Program: An Overview; (2) Preventive Health Services; (3) Health Protection; (4) Health Promotion; and (5) References. Each section, through a format consisting of one or two introductory paragraphs followed by clusters of questions grouped under subheadings, considers five areas: (1) needs assessment; (2) program linkages--offering suggestions for developing cooperative working arrangements with organizations having similar goals; (3) health promotion and education--focusing on ways of enabling patients to assume more responsibility for their own health care; (4) program evaluation; and (5) resources. (DG)
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