Community health nursing : concepts and practice / Judith Ann Allender, Barbara Walton Spradley

By: Allender, Judith Ann
Contributor(s): Spradley, Barbara Walton
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2001Edition: 5th edDescription: xxiii, 799 p. : ill. ; 29 cmContent type: rdacontent Media type: rdamedia Carrier type: rdacarrierISBN: 0781721229 (cloth : alk. paper)Subject(s): Community health nursing | Public health nursing | Community Health NursingLOC classification: RT 98 | .S68 2001
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 -- Communication, colloboration, and contracting -- Health promotion through education -- 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 -- Epidemiology in community health care -- Communicable disease control -- Environmental health and safety -- Theoretical basis of community health nursing -- The community as client: assessment and diagnosis -- Planning, intervention, and evaluation of health care -- 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 to families -- Families in crisis: domestic violence and abuse -- Maternal, prenatal, and newborn populations -- Promoting and protecting the health of infant, toddler, and preschool populations -- Promoting and protecting the health of school-aged and adolescent populations -- Promoting and protecting the health of adults and the working population -- Promoting and protecting the health of the older adult population -- Rural clients -- Clients living in poverty -- Migrant workers -- Clients with mental health issues -- Clients living with addiction -- Clients in correctional facilities -- Clients in home health, hospice, and long-term care settings
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Includes bibliographical references and index

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 -- Communication, colloboration, and contracting -- Health promotion through education -- 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 -- Epidemiology in community health care -- Communicable disease control -- Environmental health and safety -- Theoretical basis of community health nursing -- The community as client: assessment and diagnosis -- Planning, intervention, and evaluation of health care -- 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 to families -- Families in crisis: domestic violence and abuse -- Maternal, prenatal, and newborn populations -- Promoting and protecting the health of infant, toddler, and preschool populations -- Promoting and protecting the health of school-aged and adolescent populations -- Promoting and protecting the health of adults and the working population -- Promoting and protecting the health of the older adult population -- Rural clients -- Clients living in poverty -- Migrant workers -- Clients with mental health issues -- Clients living with addiction -- Clients in correctional facilities -- Clients in home health, hospice, and long-term care settings

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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