Community & public health nursing / [edited by] Marcia Stanhope, Jeanette Lancaster.

Contributor(s): Stanhope, Marcia | Lancaster, Jeanette
Publisher: St. Louis, Mo. : Mosby, c2004Edition: 6th edDescription: 1 v. (various paging) : ill., portsContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 0323022405; 9780323022408Other title: Community and public health nursingSubject(s): Community health nursing | Public health nursingLOC classification: RT 98 | .C642 2004
Contents:
pt. 1. Perspectives in health care and community oriented nursing -- 1. Community oriented population focused practice: the foundation of specialization in public health nursing -- 2. History of public health and public and community health nursing -- 3. Public health and primary health care systems and health care transformation -- 4. Perspectives on International health care -- pt. 2. Influences on health care delivery and community oriented nursing -- 5. Economics of health care delivery -- 6. Ethics in community oriented nursing practice -- 7. Cultural diversity and community oriented nursing practice -- 8. Government, the law, and policy activism -- pt. 3. Conceptual and scientific frameworks applied to community oriented nursing practice -- 9. Organizing frameworks applied to community oriented nursing -- 10. Environmental health -- 11. Epidemiology -- 12. Evidence - based practice -- 13. Community health education : theories, models, and principles -- 14. Integrating multilevel approaches to promote community health -- pt. 4. Issues and approaches in community oriented health care -- 15. Community as client : assessment and analysis -- 16. Community and public health nursing in rural and urban environments -- 17. Health promotion through healthy communities and cities -- 18. The nursing center : a model for community oriented nursing practice -- 19. Case management -- 20. Disaster management -- 21. Program management -- 22. Quality management -- 23. Group approaches to practice -- pt. 5. Health promotion with target populations across the life span -- 24. Family development and family nursing assessment -- 25. Family health risks -- 26. Child and adolescent health -- 27. Women's health -- 28. Men's health -- 29. Health of older adults -- 30. The physically compromised
pt. 6. Vulnerability : community oriented nursing issues for the twenty-first century -- 31. Vulnerability and vulnerable populations : an overview -- 32. Poverty and homelessness -- 33. Migrant health issues -- 34. Teen pregnancy -- 35. Mental health issues -- 36. Alcohol, tobacco, and other drug problems in the community -- 37. Violence and human abuse -- 38. Infectious disease prevention and control -- 39. Communicable and infectious disease risks -- pt. 7. Community oriented nurses : roles and functions -- 40. Community oriented nurse in home health and hospice -- 41. The advanced practice nurse in the community -- 42. Community oriented nurse leader and consultant -- 43. Community oriented nurse in the schools -- 44. Community oriented nurse in occupational health -- 45. Community oriented nurse as parish nurse -- 46. Public health nursing at the local, state, and national levels.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

pt. 1. Perspectives in health care and community oriented nursing -- 1. Community oriented population focused practice: the foundation of specialization in public health nursing -- 2. History of public health and public and community health nursing -- 3. Public health and primary health care systems and health care transformation -- 4. Perspectives on International health care -- pt. 2. Influences on health care delivery and community oriented nursing -- 5. Economics of health care delivery -- 6. Ethics in community oriented nursing practice -- 7. Cultural diversity and community oriented nursing practice -- 8. Government, the law, and policy activism -- pt. 3. Conceptual and scientific frameworks applied to community oriented nursing practice -- 9. Organizing frameworks applied to community oriented nursing -- 10. Environmental health -- 11. Epidemiology -- 12. Evidence - based practice -- 13. Community health education : theories, models, and principles -- 14. Integrating multilevel approaches to promote community health -- pt. 4. Issues and approaches in community oriented health care -- 15. Community as client : assessment and analysis -- 16. Community and public health nursing in rural and urban environments -- 17. Health promotion through healthy communities and cities -- 18. The nursing center : a model for community oriented nursing practice -- 19. Case management -- 20. Disaster management -- 21. Program management -- 22. Quality management -- 23. Group approaches to practice -- pt. 5. Health promotion with target populations across the life span -- 24. Family development and family nursing assessment -- 25. Family health risks -- 26. Child and adolescent health -- 27. Women's health -- 28. Men's health -- 29. Health of older adults -- 30. The physically compromised

pt. 6. Vulnerability : community oriented nursing issues for the twenty-first century -- 31. Vulnerability and vulnerable populations : an overview -- 32. Poverty and homelessness -- 33. Migrant health issues -- 34. Teen pregnancy -- 35. Mental health issues -- 36. Alcohol, tobacco, and other drug problems in the community -- 37. Violence and human abuse -- 38. Infectious disease prevention and control -- 39. Communicable and infectious disease risks -- pt. 7. Community oriented nurses : roles and functions -- 40. Community oriented nurse in home health and hospice -- 41. The advanced practice nurse in the community -- 42. Community oriented nurse leader and consultant -- 43. Community oriented nurse in the schools -- 44. Community oriented nurse in occupational health -- 45. Community oriented nurse as parish nurse -- 46. Public health nursing at the local, state, and national levels.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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