Central European Journal of Sport Sciences and Medicine

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Lista wydań / Vol. 7, No. 3/2014
Regional Strategies for Pro-family Policy in the Care of Rural Child

Autorzy: Mariusz Kaczmarczyk
Szczecin University, Departament of Health Promotion, Faculty of Physical Culture and Health Promotion, Poland

Anna Krajewska-Pędzik
Szczecin University, Departament of Health Promotion, Faculty of Physical Culture and Health Promotion, Poland

Ewa Pielichowska
Medical University of Wrocław, Department of Nursing Anastesiology and Intensive Care, Poland

Marta Stępień-Słodkowska
Szczecin University, Departament of Health Promotion, Faculty of Physical Culture and Health Promotion, Poland

Katarzyna Sygit
Szczecin University, Departament of Health Promotion, Faculty of Physical Culture and Health Promotion, Poland
Słowa kluczowe: child family-supporting policy health care rural environment
Data publikacji całości:2014
Liczba stron:8 (73-80)


Health care of children and young people is part of a system of care of the so called “developmental age population.” In this system, prevention plays a key role. The aim of the study was, basing on the obtained results, to develop guidelines for the regional pro-family policy in care of a rural child. The study included children and young people of school age, from 14 to 19 years of age. Overall the analysis included 6,971 children and adolescents and 6,971 parents. Organization of health care of children and school adolescents depended on the solutions approved by individual founding bodies of Health Care Units and Regional Patients’ Funds. The withdrawal of nurses from school was observed. The tasks of prevention character performed previously by nurses employed at schools began to be implemented within the framework of primary health care in the child’s place of residence. For proper implementation of the tasks of school nurses and the proper development of school hygiene, it is important to establish a uniform and maximum number of pupils per one nurse, taking into account all circumstances, and to develop standards of care for the student, taking into account the age of the student, school type, and the region.
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