Nursing Practice

The American Nurses Association (ANA) plays an important role in determining the aims and standards for nursing practice. By implementing processes of diagnosis and treatment to human experiences of health and illness, nursing is defined by the American Nurses Association (ANA) as "a caring-based practice" (ANA, 1994).

The American Nurses Association (ANA) summarizes three fundamental nursing activities that specifically mention environmental and public health concerns, a preventive approach to health, and consideration for populations as well as individuals:

Rehabilitation programs reduce the effects of disease and illness.

• Supportive practices aim to change interpersonal dynamics or the surrounding environment to promote health.

Promoting behaviors encourage healthy lifestyles, support family and personal growth, and help people, families, and communities achieve their own objectives.

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