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Community Health Nursing: Concepts and Practice,9780781721226

Community Health Nursing: Concepts and Practice

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9780781721226

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0781721229
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2001
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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Summary

California State Univ., Fresno. A textbook for undergraduate nursing students, offering an introduction to community health nursing. Also serves as a reference for professional nurses. Features case studies interwoven into the text, and incorporates the impact of global health status. Provides readers with essential skills. Previous edition, c1996, by Barbara W. Spradley.

Table of Contents

UNIT I Foundations of Community Health Nursing 1(137)
Opportunities and Challenges of Community Health Nursing
1(22)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Community Health
2(1)
The Concept of Community
3(3)
The Concept of Health
6(3)
Components of Community Health Practice
9(6)
Characteristics of Community Health Nursing
15(8)
Evolution of Community Health Nursing
23(16)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Historical Development of Community Health Nursing
23(9)
Societal Influences on Community Health Nursing's Development
32(3)
Preparation for Community Health Nursing
35(4)
Roles and Settings for Community Health Nursing Practice
39(18)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Core Public Health Functions
39(2)
Roles of Community Health Nurses
41(8)
Settings for Community Health Nursing Practice
49(8)
Transcultural Nursing in the Community
57(23)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
The Meaning of Culture
58(2)
Characteristics of Culture
60(3)
Selected Cultural Communities
63(6)
Transcultural Community Health Nursing Principles
69(11)
Values and Ethics in Community Health Nursing
80(14)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Values
81(3)
Ethics
84(10)
Structure and Function of Community Health Services
94(22)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Historical Influences on Health Care
95(1)
Health Care System Development in the United States
96(2)
Health Organizations in the United States
98(8)
International Health Organizations
106(2)
Significant Legislation
108(4)
Implications for Community Health Nursing
112(4)
Economics of Health Care
116(21)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Economic Theories and Concepts
116(2)
Sources of Health Care Financing: Public and Private
118(4)
Trends and Issues Influencing Health Care Economics
122(9)
Effects of Health Economics on Community Health Practice
131(6)
UNIT II Tools of Community Health Nursing 137(112)
Communication, Collaboration, and Contracting
137(15)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Communication in Community Health Nursing
137(6)
Collaboration in Community Health Nursing
143(2)
Contracting in Community Health Nursing
145(7)
Health Promotion Through Education
152(22)
Judith Allender
Barbara Spradley
The Domains of Learning
153(4)
Learning Theories
157(2)
Health Teaching Models
159(3)
Teaching at Three Levels of Prevention
162(1)
Effective Teaching
162(12)
The Community Health Nurse as Leader, Change Agent, and Case Manager
174(22)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
What Is Leadership?
175(1)
Leadership Theories
176(1)
Leadership Styles
177(2)
Leadership Functions
179(1)
Power and Leadership
180(2)
The Nature of Change
182(1)
Planned Change
183(7)
Case Management in Community Health Nursing
190(1)
Community Health Nurses' Leadership Roles
191(5)
Research in Community Health Nursing
196(13)
Dorothy Brockopp
Cherie Rector
Quantitative and Qualitative Research
197(1)
Steps in the Research Process
197(7)
Impact of Research on Community Health and Nursing Practice
204(1)
The Community Health Nurse's Role in Research
205(4)
Quality Measurement and Improvement in Community Health Nursing
209(18)
Judith Allender
Pamela Thul-Immler
Terminology of Quality Improvement and Management
210(1)
Factors Affecting Quality Measurement and Improvement
210(3)
Models for Quality Measurement and Improvement
213(2)
Techniques of Quality Measurement and Improvement
215(5)
Quality Measurement and Improvement in Community Health Nursing
220(7)
Policy Making and Community Health Advocacy
227(22)
Terry Miller
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Policy Making
228(9)
Community Health Advocacy
237(2)
The Legislative Process and Influencing Legislation
239(10)
UNIT III Public Health Principles in Community Health Nursing 249(91)
Epidemiology in Community Health Care
249(21)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Historical Roots of Epidemiology
250(1)
Concepts Basic to Epidemiology
251(8)
Sources of Information for Epidemiologic Study
259(2)
Methods in the Epidemiologic Investigative Process
261(4)
Conducting Epidemiologic Research
265(5)
Communicable Disease Control
270(41)
Judith Allender
Kathy Karsting
Basic Concepts Regarding Communicable Diseases
271(4)
Primary Prevention
275(8)
Secondary Prevention
283(2)
Tertiary Prevention
285(1)
Major Communicable Diseases in the United States
286(14)
Global Issues in Communicable Disease Control
300(2)
Using the Nursing Process for Communicable Disease Control
302(1)
Ethical Issues in Communicable Disease Control
303(8)
Environmental Health and Safety
311(29)
Laura N. Harris
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Concepts and Theories Central to Environmental Health
312(2)
Evolution of Environmental Health
314(1)
Major Global Environmental Concerns
315(20)
Strategies for Nursing Action in Environmental Health
335(5)
UNIT IV Community as Client 340(87)
Theoretical Basis of Community Health Nursing
340(13)
Derryl Block
La Vohn Josten
When the Client Is a Community: Characteristics of Community Health Nursing Practice
340(2)
Theories and Models for Community Health Nursing Practice
342(3)
Tenets of Public Health Nursing Applied to Community Health Nursing
345(2)
Societal Influences on Community-Oriented, Population-Focused Nursing
347(6)
The Community as Client: Assessment and Diagnosis
353(22)
Barbara Spradley
Judith Allender
Factors Opposed to the Concept of Community
354(1)
Dimensions of the Community as Client
355(7)
Community Dynamics
362(2)
Types of Community Needs Assessment
364(2)
Community Assessment Methods
366(1)
Sources of Community Data
367(1)
Data Analysis and Diagnosis
368(3)
What Is a Healthy Community?
371(4)
Planning, Intervention, and Evaluation of Health Care in Communities
375(16)
Judith Allender
Barbara Spradley
Nursing Process Components Applied to Community as Client
376(2)
Planning to Meet the Health Needs in the Community
378(3)
Implementing Plans for Promoting the Health of Aggregates in the Community
381(1)
Evaluating Implemented Aggregate Health Plans
382(2)
Nursing Process Characteristics Applied to Community as Client
384(1)
The Community Health Nurse as Catalyst for Community Development
385(6)
Communities in Crisis: Disasters, Group Violence, and Terrorism
391(17)
Cindy Tait
Barbara Spradley
Disasters
391(7)
Group Violence
398(5)
Terrorism
403(5)
The Global Community: International Health Concerns
408(19)
Nancy Clark
Donald C. Johnson
International Health Care Systems
409(1)
Global Health Agencies
410(3)
Health for All: A Primary Health Care Initiative
413(1)
Global Health Concerns
414(8)
The Role of Nurses in Global Health
422(5)
UNIT V The Family as Client 427(86)
Theoretical Bases for Promoting Family Health
427(19)
Judith Allender
Barbara Spradley
Universal Characteristics of Families
428(1)
Attributes of Families as Social Systems
428(2)
Family Culture
430(2)
Family Structures
432(4)
Family Functions
436(2)
Family Life Cycle
438(1)
Emerging Family Patterns
439(7)
Assessment of Families
446(24)
Judith Allender
Barbara Spradley
Effects of Family Health on Individuals and Communities
447(1)
Characteristics of Healthy Families
447(3)
Family Health Practice Guidelines
450(3)
Family Health Assessment
453(4)
Guidelines for Family Health Assessment
457(13)
Planning, Intervening, and Evaluating Health Care to Families
470(16)
Judith Allender
Nursing Process Components Applied to Families as Clients
471(2)
Planning to Meet the Health Needs of Families During Home Visits
473(5)
Implementing Plans for Promoting the Health of Families
478(3)
Evaluating Implemented Family Health Plans
481(5)
Families in Crisis: Domestic Violence and Abuse
486(27)
Judith Allender
Barbara Spradley
Dynamics and Characteristics of a Crisis
487(2)
History of Family Violence
489(2)
Family Violence Against Children
491(6)
Partner/Spousal Violence
497(3)
Mistreatment of Elders
500(1)
Other Forms of Family Violence
501(1)
Levels of Prevention: Crisis Intervention and Family Violence
502(2)
Methods of Intervention
504(1)
Role of the Community Health Nurse in Caring for Families in Crisis
505(8)
UNIT VI Aggregates With Developmental Needs 513(111)
Maternal, Prenatal, and Newborn Populations
513(24)
Judith Allender
Barbara Spradley
Health Status and Needs of Pregnant Women and Infants
514(9)
Planning for the Health of Maternal-Infant Populations
523(1)
Health Programs for Maternal-Infant Populations
524(13)
Promoting and Protecting the Health of Infant, Toddler, and Preschool Populations
537(19)
Judith Allender
Barbara Spradley
Global View of Infant, Toddler, and Preschool Health
538(2)
Health Problems of Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
540(5)
Health Services for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
545(7)
Role of the Community Health Nurse
552(4)
Promoting and Protecting the Health of School-Aged and Adolescent Populations
556(25)
Cherie Rector
Health Problems of School-Aged Children
556(6)
Health Problems of Adolescents
562(3)
Health Services for School-Aged Children and Adolescents
565(5)
Role of the School Nurse
570(11)
Promoting and Protecting the Health of Adults and the Working Population
581(19)
Carmen Adams
Adult Clients
582(4)
Environmental Work Factors
586(2)
Evolution of Occupational Health
588(2)
Work-Related Health Problems
590(1)
Occupational Health Programs
591(3)
Role of the Occupational Health Nurse
594(6)
Promoting and Protecting the Health of the Older Adult Population
600(24)
Judith Allender
Barbara Spradley
Health Status of Older Adults
601(1)
Dispelling Ageism
602(3)
Health Needs of Older Adults
605(10)
Approaches to Older Adult Care
615(1)
Health Services for Older Adult Populations
615(4)
The Community Health Nurse in an Aging America
619(5)
UNIT VII Vulnerable Aggregates 624(130)
Rural Clients
624(17)
Tina Bayne
Definitions and Demographics
625(2)
Population Characteristics
627(1)
Rural Populations at Risk
628(4)
Rural Health Issues
632(2)
Rural Community Health Nursing
634(7)
Clients Living in Poverty
641(17)
Joyce V. Zerwekh
Who Are the Poor?
641(4)
Politics and Ethics of Poverty
645(2)
Health Effects of Poverty
647(1)
Homelessness in America
648(2)
Global Poverty: The Developing Nations
650(2)
Role of the Community Health Nurse in Caring for Clients in Poverty
652(6)
Migrant Workers
658(24)
Sonia Sandhaus
Migrant Farmworkers: Profile of a Nomadic Aggregate
659(3)
Health Risks of Migrant Workers and Their Families
662(2)
Common Health Problems
664(6)
Barriers to Health Care
670(4)
The Role of Community Health Nurses in Caring for a Mobile Workforce
674(8)
Clients With Mental Health Issues
682(19)
Barbara Spradley
Barbara A. Moynihan
Community Mental Health in Perspective
682(4)
Epidemiology of Mental Disorders
686(2)
Interventions for Community Mental Health
688(6)
Mental Health Promotion
694(1)
Role of the Community Mental Health Nurse
695(6)
Clients Living With Addiction
701(21)
Elaine Saline
An Overview of Addiction
701(5)
Problems Related to Addiction
706(5)
Alcohol Addiction
711(2)
Tobacco Addiction
713(1)
Other Central Nervous System Depressants
714(1)
Stimulants
715(2)
Gambling
717(1)
Other Addictions
718(1)
Globalization of Addiction Problems
718(4)
Clients in Correctional Facilities
722(14)
Pamela Dole
Barbara A. Moynihan
Barbara Spradley
Basic Concepts in Correctional Health Care
723(1)
Evolution of Correction Health Care
724(2)
Ethical Issues in Correctional Health Care
726(1)
Health Care Considerations
726(3)
Women in Prison
729(1)
Role of the Community Health Nurse
730(6)
Clients in Home Health, Hospice, and Long-Term Care Settings
736(18)
Judith Allender
Paula Milone-Nuzzo
An Overview of Home Care
737(2)
Agencies, Personnel, and Reimbursement
739(2)
Medicare Criteria for Home Care Services
741(1)
Medicare's Prospective Payment System
741(1)
An Overview of Hospice Care
742(1)
The Evolution of Hospice Care
743(1)
Hospice Settings, Team Members, and Reimbursement
743(2)
An Overview of Long-Term Care Settings, Population, and Personnel
745(2)
The Evolution of Long-Term Care Nursing
747(1)
Role of the Community Health Nurse in Home, Hospice, and Long-Term Care
748(6)
Glossary 754(18)
Internet Resources and Useful 800 Numbers 772(4)
Appendix A Suspected Child Abuse Report 776(2)
Appendix B Medical Report--Suspected Child Abuse 778(3)
Appendix C Domestic Violence Screening/Documentation Form 781(2)
Index 783


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