(PDF) Nurses Role in Prevention of HIV/AIDS

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Discuss Primary Health CareNursing Roles in Prevention ofExposure to HIV/AIDS for atRisk Populations
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................3MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................4CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................8REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONPrimary health care referred as approach of whole society to well- being and healthcentred on preferences and needs of communities, families and individuals. It mainly focuses oninterrelated and comprehensive aspects of mental, social & physical health and well-being. Itgives whole-individual care for the health requirements throughout their lifespan(World HealthOrganization, 2016). Nursing role s are major in case of primary health as they play roles relatedto prevention and treatment and care according to any kind of diseases. This assignment willmainly focus on prevention related to exposure to HIV/AIDS for that population who is at majorrisk.MAIN BODYPrimary health care is very essential for all the individual in order to improve the qualityof life. In case of preventive health care nurses are tasked with the making better health of patientby providing well treatment and care. Nurses can inspire whole community or large group ofindividuals to engage in live longer lives and health lifestyles. HIV expansion is humanimmunodeficiency virus which can lead to the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Inthis case immune system of body attacked by HIV, CD4 cells that helps to fight with infections.Nurses involved in different capacities to support individuals with HIV so that they can decreaseit's rate with preventive measures(Liu & et. al., 2014). Across the world nurses workcollaboratively with human immunodeficiency virus specialist general practitioners, pharmacistsand social workers that helps them to deal with particular issues.Nurses are those who graduated from the nursing program and placed to take treatmentand care in health care in order to meet needs of people. Social determinants are social andeconomic conditions which influence group and people differences in the health status. These arehealth promoting factors which found in one's working and living conditions, rather than personrisk factors which influence vulnerability or risk for disease. Distribution of these determinantsare commonly shaped by the public health policies which reflect predominant political ideologiesof area. Primary health care for all the people who needs to care and treatment tobetter theirlives by avoiding diseases and other health issues(Krakower & et. al., 2014). PHC aims to allfacilities regarding health care which can be provided to individuals and it also focus on equalityin this sector so that every person can able to receive care according to their health needs.
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