Community Nursing Among Illicit IV Drug Users

Trisha-Lee Metro

Abstract


The roots of illicit IV drug use are engrained in the history of many cultures, and are evident at a micro to macro level within many communities.

Community nursing involves a broad range of work in diverse settings amongst various populations, including the population of illicit IV drug users; this paper focuses on the historical, current and future relationship of the Community Health Nurse (CHN) amongst this population. 

 


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