COMPREHENSIVE ROLE OF NURSING IN FAMILY HEALTH: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

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Wesam Taher Almagharbeh

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ABSTRACT:


 Background: The role of nursing is one of the most critical cornerstones in health systems because it carries out its activities framed in the care of the individual, the family, and the community through strategies such as promotion, prevention, cure, and rehabilitation of health.


Objective: To analyze the existing scientific production around the role of nursing in family health.


Methods: A systematic review of open access, full-text, cross-sectional, quantitative, and qualitative studies was conducted, meeting the criteria of the PRISMA Declaration. The review used databases such as Google Scholar, Virtual Health Library, and SCOPUS, covering English studies from 2020 to 2024.


Results: A total of 12 studies were analyzed, and the extracted findings were structured into four thematic categories:



  1. Nursing role in the hospital setting

  2. Nursing role in the community setting

  3. Nursing role in teaching and research

  4. Nursing as a generator of a family health culture


Conclusions: The nursing professional fulfills their role as a caregiver comprehensively and holistically through interventions for promotion, prevention, cure, rehabilitation, and management. These roles are essential in national health systems as they induce positive changes in the healthcare model, improving people's health and quality of life.


 

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Wesam Taher Almagharbeh. (2024). COMPREHENSIVE ROLE OF NURSING IN FAMILY HEALTH: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW. Obstetrics and Gynaecology Forum, 34(3s), 2312–2322. Retrieved from http://obstetricsandgynaecologyforum.com/index.php/ogf/article/view/692
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