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Community Health Nursing: Advocacy for Population Health

Community Health Nursing: Advocacy for Population Health - 5th edition

Community Health Nursing: Advocacy for Population Health - 5th edition

ISBN13: 9780131709829

ISBN10: 0131709828

Community Health Nursing: Advocacy for Population Health by Mary Jo Clark - ISBN 9780131709829
Cover type: Hardback
Edition: 5TH 08
Copyright: 2008
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
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Community Health Nursing: Advocacy for Population Health by Mary Jo Clark - ISBN 9780131709829

ISBN13: 9780131709829

ISBN10: 0131709828

Cover type: Hardback
Edition: 5TH 08

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Summary

The community/public health nurse is charged with promoting the health of populations, not only the individuals within populations. This requires advocacy on the part of the nurse, for entire communities as well as for the individuals within. The fifth edition of Community Health Nursing by respected leader and educator Mary Jo Clark approaches community health nursing from an aggregate perspective, clearly showing how nurses can serve to improve the health of populations within a community by functioning as advocates on many levels. To illustrate how that can be manifested, real-life vignettes begin every chapter, showing students what advocacy looks like in the public health context. In each chapter, critical thinking exercises are woven throughout in boxed features.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Community health nursing as advocacy p. 2
The population context p. 25
The historical context p. 37
Theoretical foundations for community health nursing p. 60
The U.S. health system context p. 82
The global context p. 101
The policy context p. 135
The economic context p. 156
The cultural context p. 180
The environmental context p. 227
Health promotion p. 252
Case management p. 275
Community empowerment p. 296
Care of families p. 316
Care of populations p. 349
Meeting the health needs of child and adolescent populations p. 382
Meeting the health needs of women p. 421
Meeting the health needs of men p. 463
Meeting the health needs of older clients p. 494
Meeting the needs of poor and homeless populations p. 546
Care of clients in the home setting p. 575
Care of clients in official and voluntary health agencies p. 603
Care of clients in the school setting p. 629
Care of clients in work settings p. 665
Care of clients in urban and rural settings p. 701
Care of clients in correctional settings p. 724
Care of clients in disaster settings p. 759
Communicable diseases p. 804
Chronic physical health problems p. 853
Community mental health problems p. 900
Substance abuse p. 930
Societal violence p. 971
Quad council PHN competencies p. 1006
Cultural influences on health and health-related behaviors p. 1011
Nursing interventions for common health problems in children p. 1023
Suspected abuse report forms p. 1025
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Other Editions of Community Health Nursing: Advocacy for Population Health

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