Community based palliative care scaling access for rural populations an october 2018 rural monitor article describes the role palliative care plays in meeting the needs of patients who are chronically and seriously ill and covers challenges to accessing palliative care in rural areas. Meeting the primary care needs of rural america meeting the primary care needs of rural america examining the role of non physician providers this trend increases the need for services in rural areas in addition the patient protection and affordable care act requirement that most people have health insurance will increase demand for . A career in nursing can be exciting rewarding and challenging especially in the area of rural nursing working in a small hospital or rural community means you will need to provide expert nursing care to young and old patients and their families in a variety of settings. In many isolated areas around the united states nurses play a significant role in ensuring rural communities have access to quality healthcare rural nurses typically work in critical care nursing trauma labor and delivery as well as in typical nursing duties like attending to patients who are sick or injured. Rural nursing facing unique workforce challenges the nurses who will serve patients in rural settings today and into the foreseeable future are likely to have grown up nearby todays nurses need the most up to date education to care for our aging populations complex diagnoses implement innovative medical technology and play a
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