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Community and Public Health Nursing,9780323022408

Community and Public Health Nursing

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Pub. Date:
10/29/2003
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Summary

Considered by many as the standard for community health nursing, Community and Public Health Nursing continues to provide student and practicing nurses with a foundation of community and public health nursing concepts and interventions for individuals, families, and communities. The new edition of this popular text integrates health promotion and disease prevention concepts into the multifaceted role of population-focused, community-oriented nursing practice. Instructor resources are available; please contact your Elsevier sales representative for details. Unique! Emphasizes three significant community health initiatives with separate chapters on: 1) the Healthy Cities program, 2) nursing centers, and 3) an integrative model for community health promotion. Unique! Provides the Canadian perspective on community health issues and practices through special boxes written by Canadian community and public health nurses. Highlights important chapter concepts and terminology with consistent pedagogy of Learning Objectives, Key Terms, Chapter Outline, and Key Points. Promotes critical-thinking and problem-solving skills with Clinical Decision-Making Activities. Emphasizes clinical considerations for nursing practice in How To... boxes and Nursing Tips. Presents "real-life" community client scenarios with Practice Application questions and answers. Highlights recent research findings and their application to community and public health nursing practice in Evidence-Based Practice features. Expands chapter content through Did You Know? and What Do You Think? features. Offers a glossary with complete definitions of all key terms and other important concepts. Provides numerous appendixes with additional resources and key information, such as screening and assessment tools and clinical practice guidelines. Healthy People 2010 boxes contain objectives and data related to the practice of community and public health nursing using the most recent version of this federal government health promotion initiative. Expanded coverage of community and public health nursing interventions at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels of prevention help students understand applications to individuals, families, and communities. Cutting Edge boxes highlight significant and controversial issues in community health. Increased coverage of terrorist, chemical, and biological attacks highlight the community and public health nurse's role in disaster management in the context of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Additional Resources boxes provide specific links between chapter content and resources listed in the book's Appendix and on the Evolve web site.

Author Biography

Marcia Stanhope, RN, DSN, FAAN, c: Professor and Associate Dean College of Nursing University of Kentucky Jeanette Lancaster, RN, PhD, FAAN: Dean and Sadie Heath Cabaniss Professor School of Nursing University of Virginia

Table of Contents

Part 1 Perspectives in Health Care and Community-Oriented Nursing
1(95)
Community-Oriented Population-Focused Practice: The Foundation of Specialization in Public Health Nursing
2(20)
Public Health Practice: The Foundation for Healthy Populations and Communities
3(5)
Public Health Nursing as a Field of Practice: An Area of Specialization
8(5)
Public Health Nursing and Community Health Nursing Versus Community-Based Nursing
13(2)
Roles in Public Health Nursing
15(3)
Challenges for the Future
18(4)
History of Public Health and Public and Community Health Nursing
22(28)
Change and Continuity
22(2)
Historical Measures to Provide for the Public's Health
24(1)
America's Colonial Period and the New Republic
24(1)
Nightingale and the Origins of Trained Nursing
25(1)
America Needs Trained Nurses
26(3)
School Nursing in America
29(1)
The Profession Comes of Age
30(1)
Public Health Nursing in Official Health Agencies
30(1)
World War I and the Importance of Public Health Nursing
31(1)
Paying the Bill for Community and Public Health Nurses
31(1)
Efforts to Shape Public Policy
31(1)
African-American Nurses in Public Health Nursing
32(1)
Between the Two World Wars: Economic Depression and the Rise of Hospitals
33(1)
Increasing Federal Action for the Public's Health
34(1)
World War II: Extension and Retrenchment in Community and Public Health Nursing
35(1)
The Rise of Chronic Illness
36(3)
Failure of Financing for Community-Oriented Nursing
39(1)
Consolidation of National Nursing Organizations
39(1)
Professional Nursing Education for Public Health Nursing
39(2)
New Forms of Payment for Community-Oriented Nursing
41(1)
Community Organization and Professional Change
41(1)
Community and Public Health Nursing from the 1970s to the Present
41(3)
Community and Public Health Nursing Today
44(6)
Public Health and Primary Health Care Systems and Health Care Transformation
50(22)
Current Health Care System in the United States
51(2)
Trends Affecting the Health Care System
53(2)
Organization of the Health Care System
55(9)
Transformation of the Health Care System
64(1)
A Comprehensive Model: Integration of Public Health and Primary Care
65(7)
Perspectives on International Health Care
72(24)
Overview of International Health
72(4)
The Role of Population Health
76(1)
Primary Health Care
77(1)
Nursing and International Health
78(1)
Major International Health Organizations
78(3)
International Health and Economic Development
81(2)
Health Care Systems
83(3)
Major World Health Problems and the Burden of Disease
86(10)
Part 2 Influences on Health Care Delivery and Community-Oriented Nursing
96(96)
Economics of Health Care Delivery
98(32)
Principles of Economics
99(4)
The Context of the U.S. Health System
103(3)
Trends in Health Care Spending
106(1)
Factors Influencing Health Care Costs
107(4)
Financing of Health Care
111(10)
Health Care Payment Systems
121(1)
Other Factors Affecting Resource Allocation in Health Care
122(2)
Primary Prevention
124(1)
Economics and the Future of Community-Oriented Nursing Practice
125(5)
Ethics in Community-Oriented Nursing Practice
130(18)
History
131(1)
Key Ethical Terms
132(1)
Ethical Decision Making
132(2)
Ethics
134(5)
Ethics and the Core Functions of Community-Oriented Nursing
139(1)
Nursing Code of Ethics
140(3)
Public Health Code of Ethics
143(1)
Advocacy and Ethics
143(5)
Cultural Diversity and Community-Oriented Nursing Practice
148(22)
Immigrant Health Issues
149(3)
Culture, Race, and Ethnicity
152(1)
Cultural Competence
153(5)
Inhibitors to Developing Cultural Competence
158(2)
Cultural Nursing Assessment
160(1)
Variations Among Cultural Groups
161(5)
Culture and Nutrition
166(1)
Culture and Socioeconomic Status
166(4)
Government, the Law, and Policy Activism
170(22)
Structure of Government in the United States
171(3)
Healthy People 2010: An Example of National Health Policy Guidance
174(1)
Organizations and Agencies That Influence Community Health
175(3)
Impact of Government Health Functions and Structures on Nursing
178(1)
The Law and Community-Oriented Nursing
179(1)
Nursing Practice and Law
180(1)
Special Community Health Practice Issues and the Law
181(3)
The Nurse's Role in the Policy Process
184(8)
Part 3 Conceptual and Scientific Frameworks Applied to Community-Oriented Nursing Practice
192(148)
Organizing Frameworks Applied to Community-Oriented Nursing
194(26)
Developing a Conceptual--Theoretical--Empirical Structure
195(1)
Using Conceptual Models
196(1)
Systems Models in Community-Oriented Nursing
197(1)
Neuman Systems Model
198(8)
Omaha System
206(6)
Merging of the Neuman Systems Model and the Omaha System
212(8)
Environmental Health
220(28)
Healthy People 2010 Objectives for Environmental Health
222(1)
Historical Context
222(2)
Environmental Health Sciences
224(4)
Assessment
228(8)
Precautionary Principle
236(1)
Reducing Environmental Health Risks
237(6)
Advocacy
243(1)
Referral Resources
244(1)
Roles for Nurses in Environmental Health
244(4)
Epidemiology
248(36)
Definitions of Health
249(1)
Definitions and Descriptions of Epidemiology
250(1)
Historical Perspectives
251(4)
Basic Concepts in Epidemiology
255(10)
Screening
265(2)
Basic Methods in Epidemiology
267(2)
Descriptive Epidemiology
269(2)
Analytic Epidemiology
271(4)
Experimental Studies
275(1)
Causality
276(2)
Applications of Epidemiology in Community-Oriented Nursing
278(6)
Evidence-Based Practice
284(10)
History of Evidence-Based Practice
284(1)
Definitions
285(1)
Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing
286(1)
Barriers to Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing
286(1)
Current Perspectives
287(1)
Future Perspectives
288(1)
Year 2010 National Healthy People Objectives
288(2)
Evidence-Based Practice Nursing Application
290(1)
Nursing Interventions Related to the Core Public Health Functions
291(3)
Community Health Education: Theories, Models, and Principles
294(24)
Healthy People 2010 Educational Objectives
296(2)
Education and Learning
298(1)
Philosophical Perspectives of Learning
298(1)
Theories of Learning
298(2)
Educational Principles
300(6)
Educational Issues
306(4)
The Educational Process
310(3)
The Educational Product
313(5)
Integrating Multilevel Approaches to Promote Community Health
318(22)
Shifting the Emphasis From Illness and Disease Management to Wellness
319(3)
Historical Perspectives, Definitions, and Methods
322(9)
Application to Community-Oriented Nursing
331(9)
Part 4 Issues and Approaches in Community-Oriented Health Care
340(220)
Community as Client: Assessment and Analysis
342(32)
Community Defined
342(2)
Community as Client
344(2)
Goals and Means of Community-Oriented Practice
346(6)
Community-Focused Nursing Process: An Overview of the Process From Assessment to Evaluation
352(18)
Personal Safety in Community Practice
370(4)
Community and Public Health Nursing in Rural and Urban Environments
374(22)
Historical Overview
374(1)
Definition of Terms
375(2)
Current Perspectives
377(7)
Rural Health Care Delivery Issues and Barriers to Care
384(1)
Nursing Care in Rural Environments
385(4)
Future Perspectives
389(2)
Building Professional--Community--Client Partnerships in Rural Settings
391(5)
Health Promotion Through Healthy Communities and Cities
396(16)
History of the Healthy Communities and Cities Movement
397(1)
Definition of Terms
398(1)
Models of Community Practice
399(2)
Healthy Communities and Cities
401(5)
Future of the Healthy Communities and Cities Movement
406(1)
Implications for Community-Oriented Nursing
407(1)
Healthy People 2010
408(4)
The Nursing Center: A Model for Community-Oriented Nursing Practice
412(34)
What are Nursing Centers?
413(1)
Types of Nursing Centers
414(5)
Foundations for Nursing Center Development
419(5)
The Nursing Center Team
424(6)
The Business Side of Nursing Centers
430(4)
Evidence-Based Practice: Outcome Data
434(2)
Education and Research
436(2)
Positioning Nursing Centers for the Future
438(8)
Case Management
446(24)
Definitions
447(1)
Concepts of Case Management
448(7)
Public Health and Community-Based Examples of Case Management
455(1)
Essential Skills for Case Managers
456(6)
Issues in Case Management
462(8)
Disaster Management
470(20)
Disasters
470(2)
Three Stages of Disaster Involvement: Preparedness, Response, and Recovery
472(18)
Program Management
490(26)
Definitions and Goals
491(1)
Historical Overview of Health Care Planning and Evaluation
492(1)
Benefits of Program Planning
493(1)
Assessment of Need
494(1)
Planning Process
495(3)
Program Evaluation
498(7)
Advanced Planning Methods and Evaluation Models
505(5)
Cost Studies Applied to Program Management
510(2)
Program Funding
512(4)
Quality Management
516(24)
Definitions and Goals
519(1)
Historical Development
520(1)
Approaches to Quality Improvement
521(3)
TQM/CQI in Community and Public Health Settings
524(6)
Client Satisfaction
530(1)
Model QA/QI Program
531(3)
Records
534(6)
Group Approaches to Practice
540(20)
Group Concepts
541(6)
Promoting the Health of Individuals Through Group Work
547(7)
Community Groups and Their Contribution to Community Life
554(1)
Working With Groups Toward Community Health Goals
555(5)
Part 5 Health Promotion With Target Populations Across the Life Span
560(184)
Family Development and Family Nursing Assessment
562(32)
Challenges for Community-Oriented Nurses Working With Families
563(2)
Family Demographics
565(3)
Definition of Family
568(1)
Family Health
569(4)
Four Approaches to Family Nursing
573(1)
Theoretical Frameworks for Family Nursing
573(5)
Working With Families for Healthy Outcomes
578(4)
Barriers to Practicing Family Nursing
582(1)
Family Nursing Assessment
583(3)
Social and Family Policy Changes
586(8)
Family Health Risks
594(22)
Early Approaches to Family Health Risks
596(1)
Concepts in Family Health Risk
596(3)
Major Family Health Risks and Nursing Interventions
599(8)
Community-Oriented Nursing Approaches to Family Health Risk Reduction
607(6)
Community Resources
613(3)
Child and Adolescent Health
616(36)
Status of Children
616(1)
Child Development
617(9)
Nutrition
626(4)
Immunizations
630(2)
Major Health Problems
632(9)
Current Issues
641(3)
Models for Delivery of Health Care to Vulnerable Populations
644(1)
Progress Toward Child Health: National Health Objectives
645(1)
Role of the Community-Oriented Nurse in Child and Adolescent Health
645(7)
Women's Health
652(28)
Definitions
652(1)
Historical Perspectives on Women's Health
653(1)
Health Policy and Legislation
654(1)
Health
655(2)
Women's Health Concerns
657(10)
HIV, AIDS
667(2)
Health Disparities Among Special Groups of Women
669(3)
Complementary and Alternative Therapies
672(1)
U.S. Preventive Services Recommendations
673(7)
Men's Health
680(20)
How Men Define Health
680(1)
The Health Status of Men in the United States
681(1)
Male Development
682(1)
Men's Health and Mortality
683(3)
Gender Differences
686(1)
Cultural Differences
687(1)
Leading Causes of Men's Deaths
687(7)
Men's Health Practices in Everyday Life
694(1)
The Community-Oriented Nurse's Role in Men's Health
694(6)
Health of Older Adults
700(20)
Demographics
700(3)
Definitions
703(1)
Theories of Aging
703(1)
Multidimensional Influences on Aging
704(2)
Components of a Comprehensive Health Assessment
706(1)
Chronic Health Concerns of Older Adults in the Community
707(3)
Community-Based Models for Gerontological Nursing
710(4)
Role Opportunities for Nurses: Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, and Wellness
714(6)
The Physically Compromised
720(24)
Definitions and Concepts
720(2)
Scope of the Problem
722(2)
Effects of being Physically Compromised
724(5)
Special Populations
729(1)
Selected Issues
730(3)
Healthy People 2010 Objectives
733(1)
Healthy Cities/Healthy Communities
734(1)
Role of the Nurse
735(1)
Legislation
736(8)
Part 6 Vulnerability: Community-Oriented Nursing Issues for the Twenty-first Century
744(216)
Vulnerability and Vulnerable Populations: An Overview
746(28)
Perspectives on Vulnerability
746(5)
Public Policies Affecting Vulnerable Populations
751(2)
Factors Contributing to Vulnerability
753(7)
Outcomes of Vulnerability
760(1)
Community-Oriented Nursing Approaches to Care
760(1)
Assessment Issues
761(2)
Planning and Implementing Care for Vulnerable Populations
763(6)
Evaluation of Nursing Interventions with Vulnerable Populations
769(5)
Poverty and Homelessness
774(20)
Concept of Poverty
775(1)
Defining and Understanding Poverty
776(2)
Poverty and Health: Effects Across the Life Span
778(5)
Understanding the Concept of Homelessness
783(2)
Effects of Homelessness on Health
785(4)
Role of the Nurse
789(5)
Migrant Health Issues
794(14)
Migrant Lifestyle
795(1)
Health and Health Care
796(2)
Occupational and Environmental Health Problems
798(2)
Children and Youths
800(1)
Cultural Considerations in Migrant Health Care
801(1)
Health Promotion and Illness Prevention
802(1)
Role of the Nurse
802(6)
Teen Pregnancy
808(18)
Adolescent Health Care in the United States
808(1)
The Adolescent Client
809(1)
Trends in Adolescent Sexual Behavior and Pregnancy
810(1)
Background Factors
811(3)
Young Men and Paternity
814(1)
Early Identification of the Pregnant Teen
815(1)
Special Issues in Caring for the Pregnant Teen
816(6)
Teen Pregnancy and the Nurse
822(4)
Mental Health Issues
826(22)
Scope of Mental Illness in the United States
827(2)
Systems of Community Mental Health Care
829(1)
Evolution of Community Mental Health Care
830(2)
Deinstitutionalization
832(1)
Conceptual Frameworks for Community Mental Health
833(2)
Role of the Nurse in Community Mental Health
835(2)
Current and Future Perspectives in Mental Health Care
837(1)
National Objectives for Mental Health Services
837(11)
Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Problems in the Community
848(26)
ATOD Problems in Perspective
884
Psychoactive Drugs
854(5)
Predisposing/Contributing Factors
859(1)
Primary Prevention and the Role of the Nurse
860(3)
Secondary Prevention and the Role of the Nurse
863(3)
Tertiary Prevention and the Role of the Nurse
866(4)
Outcomes
870(4)
Violence and Human Abuse
874(28)
Social and Community Factors Influencing Violence
876(2)
Violence Against Individuals or Oneself
878(3)
Family Violence and Abuse
881(8)
Nursing Interventions
889(6)
Violence and the Prison Population
895(1)
Clinical Forensic Nursing
896(6)
Infectious Disease Prevention and Control
902(30)
Historical and Current Perspectives
903(2)
Transmission of Communicable Diseases
905(2)
Surveillance of Communicable Diseases
907(1)
Emerging Infectious Diseases
908(2)
Prevention and Control of Communicable Diseases
910(3)
Agents of Bioterrorism
913(4)
Vaccine-Preventable Diseases
917(4)
Food-Borne and Waterborne Diseases
921(3)
Vector-Borne Diseases
924(1)
Diseases of Travelers
925(1)
Zoonoses
926(1)
Parasitic Diseases
926(2)
Nosocomial Infections
928(1)
Universal Precautions
928(4)
Communicable and Infectious Disease Risks
932(28)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
932(6)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
938(6)
Hepatitis
944(3)
Tuberculosis
947(3)
Nurse's Role in Providing Preventive Care for Communicable Diseases
950(10)
Part 7 Community-Oriented Nurses: Roles and Functions
960
Community-Oriented Nurse in Home Health and Hospice
962(28)
Definition of Home Health Care
963(1)
History of Home Health Care
964(2)
Types of Home Health Care Agencies
966(2)
Scope of Practice
968(2)
Standards of Home Health Nursing Practice
970(5)
Hospice Care
975(1)
Interdisciplinary Approach to Home Health and Hospice Care
976(1)
Educational Requirements for Home Health Practice
977(1)
Accountability and Quality Management
978(1)
Financial Aspects of Home Health and Hospice Care
979(2)
Effects of Legislation on Home Health Care Services
981(1)
Legal and Ethical Issues
982(1)
Trends in Home Health Care
983(1)
Issues for the Twenty-First Century
983(7)
The Advanced Practice Nurse in the Community
990(18)
Historical Perspective
990(2)
Educational Preparation
992(1)
Credentialing
992(1)
Advanced Practice Roles
993(3)
Arenas for Practice
996(5)
Issues and Concerns
1001(1)
Role Stress
1002(1)
Trends in Advanced Practice Nursing
1003(5)
Community-Oriented Nurse Leader and Consultant
1008(34)
Major Trends and Issues
1009(3)
Definitions
1012(1)
Leadership and Management
1012(5)
Consultation
1017(8)
Competencies for Community-Oriented Nursing Leadership: Management, and Consultation
1025(17)
Community-Oriented Nurse in the Schools
1042(24)
History of School Nursing
1042(3)
Standards of Practice for School Nurses
1045(1)
Educational Credentials of School Nurses
1045(1)
Roles and Functions of School Nurses
1046(2)
School Health Services
1048(1)
School Nurses and Healthy People 2010
1049(1)
The Levels of Prevention in the Schools
1049(12)
Controversies in School Nursing
1061(1)
Ethics in School Nursing
1062(1)
Future Trends in School Nursing
1062(4)
Community-Oriented Nurse in Occupational Health
1066(26)
Definition and Scope of Occupational Health Nursing
1067(1)
History and Evolution of Occupational Health Nursing
1067(1)
Roles and Professionalism in Occupational Health Nursing
1068(2)
Workers as a Population Aggregate
1070(4)
Application of the Epidemiologic Model
1074(6)
Organizational and Public Efforts to Promote Worker Health and Safety
1080(1)
Nursing Care of Working Populations
1081(5)
Healthy People 2010 Related to Occupational Health
1086(1)
Legislation Related to Occupational Health
1086(1)
Disaster Planning and Management
1087(5)
Community-Oriented Nurse as Parish Nurse
1092(22)
Definitions in Parish Nursing
1093(1)
Heritage and Horizons
1094(5)
Parish Nursing Practice
1099(6)
Issues in Parish Nursing Practice
1105(1)
Healthy People 2010 Leading Health Indicators and Faith Communities
1106(2)
Population-Focused Parish Nursing: Faith Community and School
1108(6)
Public Health Nursing at the Local, State, and National Levels
1114
Roles of Local, State, and Federal Public Health Agencies
1114(2)
History and Trends of Public Health
1116(1)
Scope, Standards, and Roles of Public Health Nursing
1117(2)
Issues and Trends in Public Health Nursing
1119(2)
Models of Public Health Nursing Practice
1121(1)
Education and Knowledge Requirements for Public Health Nurses
1121(1)
Certification for Public Health Nursing
1122(1)
National Health Objectives
1122(1)
Functions of Public Health Nurses
1123
Answers to Practice Application Questions
1(2)
Appendixes
A International/National Agendas for Health Care Delivery
A.1 Schedule of Clinical Preventive Services
A.2 Select Major Historical Events Depicting Financial Involvement of Federal Government in Health Care Delivery
A.3 Declaration of Alma Ata
B Community-Oriented Nursing Resources
C Contracts and Forms: Samples
C.1 Community-Oriented Health Record (COHR)
C.2 The Living Will Directive
C.3 OASIS: Start of Care Assessment
D Drug Immunization Information
D.1 Immunizing Agents and Immunization Schedules for Health Care Workers
D.2 Herbs and Supplements Used for Children and Adolescents
E. Screening Tools
E.1 Vision and Hearing Screening Procedures
E.2 Screening for Common Orthopedic Problems
F Health Risk Appraisal
3(24)
F.1 Lifestyle Assessment Questionnaire
3(10)
F.2 Healthier People Health Risk Appraisal
13(8)
F.3 1999 Youth Risk Behavior Survey
21(6)
G Community Assessment Tools
27(2)
G.1 Community-As-Partner Model
27(2)
H Family Assessment Tools
29(2)
H.1 Family Systems Stressor-Strength Inventory (FS3I)
H.2 Friedman Family Assessment Model (Short Form)
H.3 Case Example of Family Assessment
104
I Individual Assessment Tools
31(8)
I.1 Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) Scale
31(1)
I.2 Comprehensive Older Persons' Evaluation
32(3)
I.3 Comprehensive Occupational and Environmental Health History
35(4)
J Essential Elements of Public Health Nursing
39(8)
J.1 Examples of Public Health Nursing Roles and Implementing Public Health Functions
39(6)
J.2 Public Health Guidelines for Practice
45(2)
J.3 Core Competencies and Skill Levels for Public Health Nursing
47


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