Role of Nurses in Disease Control

Nurse's importance cannot be emphasised. Nurses not only provide critical care to patients in need, but they also serve as change agents, advocating for patients and lobbying for health-system improvements. Nurses are the first responders in the medical field. They're in a wonderful position to promptly detect pathogenic diseases and communicable diseases. Nurses in public and community health clinics frequently continue to work as usual during a disease outbreak. They do so, however, to prevent illness spread and to protect their own and their patients' health.


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