NSG3PHN - Primary Healthcare Nursing

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2PRIMARY HEALTHCARE NURSINGIntroductionPrison by hearing this word first and the foremost thing that comes to our mind of aplace where the criminals are kept during their punishment for their crime and they aretreated very harshly. Now a days there are number of persons who are being set to prisonCorrectional homes and the number is continue to grow. the prison nursing is an extremelyspecialised field which involves a caring of the medical needs of the individuals was stayingin prison there's nothing professional used to treat a big variety of medical problems everyday which includes acute illness to medical emergencies (Cloyes et al., 2016). Despite ofknowing that being a prison nurse they might face some safety risk, they used to work asnurse of prison and correctional home. This assignment provides a brief discussion about theprison nurse.The nurse who worked in the prisons or correctional facilities are also known as thePrimary Health Care providers. There are some of the attributes for this role they are:Must have communication skillsHaving some emotional stability to handle stress’Having some empathy for the pain of the prisoners.Must be flexibleCorrectional nurses are often the first health care professional to see an inmate about amedical condition. A thorough assessment allows the nurse to determine care requirements.This could mean delivering nursing care directly or arranging for the patient to see aphysician or advanced practitioner (Donnelly et al., 2015).The national jail population, is counted on 30 June every year, has developed by 4.1for every penny yearly finished the seventeen years in the vicinity of 2012 and 2017. Suchdevelopment in detainment has not been uniform over the states and regions, nor has it been
3PRIMARY HEALTHCARE NURSINGuniform after some time. Changes in the extent of jail populaces are the consequence ofcomponents, for example, administrative and approach changes favoring detainment foroffenses that could some way or another be authorized with elective types of discipline, andthat influence the length of sentence and the time detainees spend under imprisonment(Donnelly et al., 2015).Australian adult prisoner numberskeep on rising.The quantity of prisoners in adult corrective administrations authority expanded by8% from 36% , 134 prisoners at 30 June, 2015 to 38,845 at 30 June, 2016 (Halstead et al.,2017).The national rate of imprisonment was 208 detainees for each 100,000 grown-uppopulace, an expansion of 6% from 196 detainees for every 100,000 grown-up population in2015.Unsentenced detainees increment by 22%.The quantity of unsentenced prisoners in adult correction care home expanded by22%, from 9,898 at 30 June, 2015 to 12,111 at 30 June, 2016. This takes after a 21%expansion from 2014 to 2015 (Halstead et al., 2017).
4PRIMARY HEALTHCARE NURSING(Source: http://www.abs.gov.au)The prisoners in Australian jail are mostly from South Wales.Total prisoner numbersAt 30 June 2013, the general jail populace expanded 3 for every penny (252detainees) to 9,897 from 2012. The quantity of occasional prisoners tumbled from 23 out of2012 to 7 of every 2013. The (unrefined) detainment rate expanded from 171 for every100,000 out of 2012 to 173 for each 100,000 out of 2013 (Halstead et al., 2017).SexIn 2013, the male populace expanded 3 for every penny (239 people) from2012.In 2013, the female populace expanded 2 for every penny (13 people) from2012 (Donnelly et al., 2014).Age
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