9781920994518

Community as Partner Australia and New Zealand Edition Theory and Practice in Nursing

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  • ISBN13:

    9781920994518

  • ISBN10:

    1920994513

  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2013-02-23
  • Publisher: LWW

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Summary

Now in its second edition, Community as Partner is a valuable resource for students, community nurses and other health professionals. Adopting a wellness or illness prevention approach, the book is underpinned by national health priorities in Australia and New Zealand and emphasises a collaborative strategy to primary health care. Community as Partner provides a framework for planning health promotion programs to encourage health and well being in local communities.

Key Features:

  • Real-life case studies are included to demonstrate implementation in local communities.
  • Coverage of current health issues e.g. the ageing population, mental health in rural communities and among young people, maternal and child care issues, and access to health care.
  • Critical Thinking questions will be extended to encourage reflective practice. 
  • A chapter on Mental Health Promotion is also included 
  • Featured Australia and New Zealand communities: children, working adults, older people, indigenous people and rural populations, people with chronic conditions and immigrants and refugees.
  • Includes Australia New Zealand cultural, social and legislative issues.

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