Students often use the term community health and public health synonymously, especially since academic distinctions between the two are not very clearly defined. Let me tell you the difference between the public health and the community health. In general, community health nursing refers to care of the whole community without demographic distinctions while public health care is usually directed at a specific demographic population. (check our public health care topics post).
Dissertation topics in community health nursing relate to critical elements of both public care ideologies and primary health issues, being a broad area encompassing the entire community. These are neither restricted by age or care discipline. Community health research topics hence encompass a wide range of issues within the community context. More importantly, health education also forms an integral part of dissertation topics in community health nursing.
A list of dissertation topics in community health nursing:
The following is a list of community health education topics to help you choose relevant topics:
The critical role of nurses in raising awareness and educating patients in a multicultural environment- literature review.
Frailty as a deciding factor for nursing home placement- review of literature.
The role of nursing in educating women about Intimate Partner Violence and recourse choices in the UK.
Double demanding patients in community health services- nursing perspective.
The role and scope of nurses in community health care in the UK.
Serving in underserved communities- role definitions of community health nurses in the UK.
A review of the education practices in community health and implications for practicing nurses in the UK.
Simulation as an interactive tool in community health nursing to improve societal health outcomes- a review.
Mental health nursing in the UK- an investigation of the personal challenges in pursuing the profession and how these are managed. (Fine more mental health nursing topics)
Health and lifestyle advice- a look at nurses scope of responsibility in community health to promote well being.
Psychiatric care by nursing professionals within community settings- review of literature.
How are nurses trained to deal with depression in inpatient settings in the UK? An investigation.
A review of nursing practices and challenges encountered in adolescent and women's prisons in the UK.
The mental health nurse- scope of responsibilities and challenges faced in outpatient settings.
The position of the family in community health service provision- an exploratory investigation.
Ethics in community health nursing- a review.
Reporting and disclosure policies in community health nursing- literature review.
An assessment of social outcomes based on community health nursing care- haw valid is the measurement?
Communication and community health service and care provision- establishing the link and its outcomes.
Best practice standards in community health care in the UK- review of literature.
Evidence-based community health nursing- literature review on deviations and complements of the regulatory frameworks and guidelines. (Fine more evidence based practice topics)
A investigative perspective on the historical evolution of community based health care and nursing provision in the UK.
Community health nursing- going through the motions or provision of care and empathy?
An investigation of the global progress in standards of community health nursing.
An investigation into the outcomes of the use of assessment and education tools by community health nurses in the UK.
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- 2-3 research questions.
- Key literature resources identification.
- Suitable methodology with identification of raw sample size, and data collection method
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There you go. Use the list well and let us know if you have any comments or suggestions for our topics related blog posts for the future.