Skills of the Public Health Nurses for Building Partnerships with Maternal and Child Health Volunteers: Through the Practice of Maternal and Child Health Activity in the Sixty Thousand Population Local Government

Hikaru Honda, Yuko Toyama, Miyoko Uza
2012 Journal of Japan Academy of Nursing Science  
Maternal and Child Health Volunteers (MCHVs) are collaborators with Public Health Nurses (PHNs) in the community. e objective of this study was to clarify the skills of PHNs for building partnerships with MCHVs through community activities with which PHNs nd persons needing support and access to care. e study was conducted in City A with a population scale of sixty thousand, consisting of a city area and agricultural/ shery area where community health activities for mothers and children were conducted.
doi:10.5630/jans.32.1_12 fatcat:hgej3rkvuzhg5hclpkvjtff3om