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Community Health Nursing: Promoting and Protecting the Public's Health

Judith Ann Allender, Barbara Walton Spradley
Format
Book
Published
Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2005.
Edition
6th ed
Language
English
ISBN
0781744490 (hardcover : alk. paper)
Related Resources
Table of contents
Contents
  • Opportunities and challenges of community health nursing
  • Evolution of community health nursing
  • Roles and settings for community health nursing practice
  • Transcultural nursing in the community
  • Values and ethics in community health nursing
  • Structure and function of community health services
  • Economics of health care
  • Epidemiology in community health care
  • Communicable disease control
  • Environmental health and safety
  • Communication, colloboration, and contracting
  • Health promotion through education: theories, models, and tools
  • The community health nurse as leader, change agent, and case manager
  • Research in community health nursing
  • Quality measurement and improvement in community health nursing
  • Policy making and community health advocacy
  • Theoretical basis of community health nursing
  • The community as client: assessment and diagnosis
  • Planning, intervention, and evaluation of health care in communities
  • Communities in crisis: disasters, group violence, and terrorism
  • The global community: international health concerns
  • Theoretical bases for promoting family health
  • Assessment of families
  • Planning, intervening, and evaluating health care for families
  • Families in crisis: facing violence from within and outside the family
  • Maternal, prenatal, and newborn populations
  • Infants, toddlers, and preschoolers
  • School-age children and adolescents
  • Adult women, men and occupational health
  • Older adults: aging in place
  • Rural health care
  • Urban health care, poverty, and homelessness
  • Migrant families and seasonal workers
  • Clients with disabilities and chronic illnesses
  • Clients with mental health issues and addictions
  • Clients in correctional facilities
  • Clients receiving home health and hospice care.
Description
xxv, 945 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Local Notes
Purchased with support from the Alvin & Nancy Baird Library Fund.
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