→ Incorporates problem-solving skills: planning, organizing, leading, controlling, and evaluating.
→ Uses Behaviors including, decision-making,transferring of information, and engaging in interpersonal relationships.
→ Examples include: overseeing client care as a case manager, supervising ancillary staff, managing caseloads, running clinics, or conducting community health needs assessment projects.
→ Community health nurses work jointly with others in common endeavors including: physicians, teachers, health educators, social workers, physical therapists, nutritionists, occupational therapists, psychologists, epidemiologists, environmentalists, city planners, and legislators.
→ Skills include: communicating, interpreting the nurse's unique contribution to the team, and acting assertively as an equal partner