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Journal of Nursing Research and Practice

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Global health during the past and present pandemic and community health nursing

Author(s): Ali Ibrahim Noshili, Sayed Shahbal*, Amna Khan, Amal Hamdi, Yahya Amri, Majed Qasim Kariri, Salihah Hussain Alnaji, Ghayah Ali Albargi, Anwar Salah Aldhmashi, Manal Oudah A Alenezi, Amani Abdulrasheed Bakhsh, Sulaiman Salem Alatwi, Mohammed Mansour Althawwabi and Rabia Batool

Introduction: Healthcare facilities are considered as one of the primitive virtues of man’s life. Health services are the most important and the necessity for the protection and care. Nurses works for the healthcare day and night with the high efficacy and devotion to deliver the best treatment and successive recovery.

Literature Review: Data for the research purpose was collected from all the researchers conducted between 2017 and 2021 written in English language through the electronic search engine of Maxton, Google chrome, fire fox and Microsoft edge databases: Google Scholar, Cochrane Collaboration, Emerald insight, MEDLINE, CINAHL, EMBASE, Taylor & Frances, Science Direct, ASSIA, Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed, and JSTOR. Keywords used in the research included: Global health, community health nurses, past pandemic, pandemic Covid-19, nursing support, nursing care and health care services. Using the syntaxes as “and”, “or”, “with”, “if” etc.

Conclusion: coping with the pandemic situation is and was very dramatized and dangerous moment for all. Nurses perform well and excellently during these days with the virtue of support and care. Globalized healthcare always come up with the globalized health practices, support, and care. Nurses are best in their duties and healthcare professions.

Key Words: Global health; Past and present; Pandemic; Community health; nursing

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