Community Nursing: A Student Reflection
AbstractPacific Spirit Community Health Center is situated in Vancouver's Community Health Area four, and is a common clinical placement for University of British Columbia nursing students. Combining an insightful analysis on the observed impact nurses have on their breastfeeding clients with a personal reflection of experiences, this reflective article, written from a nursing student's perspective, touches on the importance of the breastfeeding experience in the self-esteem and self-confidence of clients.
Vancouver Coastal Health. (2012). Community health area 4: a health and social profile (draft). Vancouver, BC: Vancouver Coastal Health.
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