I need 2 questions answered please: put Numbers next to the questions to identify which is which. WHEN ANSWERING THE QUESTIONS PLEASE ELABORATE AND GIVE EXAMPLE AS NEEDED. I WANT 4 SOURCES 2 FOR EACH QUESTION AND PLEASE ASSIGN SOMEBODY WHO IS COMPETENT WHO KNOWS WHAT THEY ARE DOING AND WHO HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF NURSING TO THIS PAPER. I DON’T LIKE SENDING PAPER BACK TO BE REVISED PLEASE READ THE QUESTIONS THOROUGHLY AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY AS THE TEACHER ASKED PLEASE DO NOT ADD ANY FALSE INFORMATION IN THE PAPER AND DO NOT GIVE ME 4 LINES OF ANSWERS PLEASE WHEN ANSWERING THE QUESTIONS PLEASE ELABORATE AND SUPPORT YOUR VIEWS WITH EXAMPLE BEFORE SAYING YES TO DO THE PAPER MAKE SURE YOU READ IT AND ITS SOMETHING YOU HAVE KNOWLEDGE OF AND CAN ACTUALLY DO IF ITS NOT THE CASE LET SOMEONE ELSE WITH KNOWLEDGE OF THE TOPICS DO IT.WHATEVER YOU MENTIONED MUST BE ACCURATE MY GRADE DEPENDS ON IT.
QUESTION 1 STARTS HERE :
As the school nurse role continues to evolve, there are increasingly more health concerns for the school nurse. Does the locale make a difference in the problems, or are health problems in children and adolescents universal? In some inner-city areas, poor nutrition is a prevalent issue. What do you think are the biggest problems in your areas? FYI I LIVE IN BROOKLYN IN NEW YORK CITY.
QUESTION 2 STARTS HERE
When caring for populations in community settings, the nurse has many different roles, such as advocate, case manager, educator, researcher, administrator, and so on. Choose one of the community healthcare settings from your textbook or lessons and discuss how one of these roles might be carried out by the community health nurse in the setting you chose
FYI SUPPORT KNOWS HOW TO ACCESS MY TEXTBOOK. THE BOOK’S NAME AND CHAPTERS ARE BELOW PLEASE USE IT FOR QUESTION 2.
Nies, M. A., & McEwen, M. (2011). Community/public health nursing: Promoting the health of populations (5th ed.). St. Louis, MO: Saunders/Elsevier.
Chapter 29: School HealthChapter 32: Faith Community NursingChapter 33: Home Health and Hospice