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Health Promotion : Throughout the Life Span,9780323031288

Health Promotion : Throughout the Life Span

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Summary

This comprehensive text provides the most current and accurate health promotion and disease prevention information available. The book addresses health promotion for all ages and all population groups individuals, families, and communities. It includes extensive coverage of growth and development throughout the life span, with an emphasis on normal development as well as the specific problems and health promotion issues common to each stage. A complete unit is devoted to health promotion interventions. It also offers a unique assessment framework based on Gordons Functional Health Patterns to provide consistency in presentation and an approach in line with the promotion of health. Extensive coverage of growth and development throughout all stages of the life span. A unit on specific interventions for health promotion. Addresses health promotion for all population groups individual, family, and the community. Incorporates Case Studies that depict actual clinical situations to give students a real-life perspective. Innovative Practice examples highlight unique and creative health promotion programs. Summarizes specific clinical interventions in Health Teaching boxes to provide students with how-to nursing actions. Think About It clinical scenarios provide critical thinking questions to help readers grasp important concepts. Multicultural Awareness boxes present cultural perspectives important to care planning. Introduces significant issues, trends, and controversies in health promotion through Hot Topics boxes to engage students in critical discussion and debate about these topics. Research Highlights emphasize current research efforts and research opportunities in health promotion. A new Study Questions section (with answers and rationales) helps you review and assess your understanding of chapter content. Care Plans are presented in a consistent format: Nursing Diagnosis, Defining Characteristics, Related Factors, Expected Outcomes, and Interventions. Healthy People 2010 boxes highlight current national health promotion priorities. A new full-color design helps to highlight important features and content. A new companion Evolve website offers case studies with questions and answers, WebLinks, content updates, and a Glossary with search capability to enhance your learning experience.

Table of Contents

UNIT ONE Foundations for Health Promotion
1(126)
Health Defined: Objectives for Promotion and Prevention
3(20)
Exploring Concepts of Health
4(2)
Models of Health
5(1)
Wellness--Illness Continuum
5(1)
High-Level Wellness
5(1)
Health Ecology
6(1)
Functioning
6(1)
Health
6(1)
Illness, Disease, and Health
6(1)
Planning for Health
7(1)
Healthy People 2010
7(3)
Healthy People 2010 Goals
7(3)
Healthy People 2010 Update
10(1)
Case Study
10(3)
Problem Identification
10(1)
Planning Interventions
10(2)
What Was the Actual Cause of Frank's Problem?
12(1)
Evaluation of the Situation
13(1)
Levels of Prevention
13(5)
Primary Prevention
13(4)
Secondary Prevention
17(1)
Tertiary Prevention
18(1)
The Nurse's Role
18(2)
Nursing Roles in Health Promotion and Protection
18(2)
Improving Prospects for Health
20(1)
Population Effects
20(1)
Shifting Problems
20(1)
Moving Toward Solutions
20(3)
Emerging Populations and Health
23(27)
Emerging Populations in the United States
24(1)
Ethnicity, Ethnic Group, Minority Group, and Race
25(1)
Culture, Values, and Value Orientation
26(1)
Health as a Value
26(1)
Folk Healing and Professional Care Systems
27(1)
Arab Americans
27(1)
Health Care Issues of Arab Americans
27(1)
Selected Health-Related Cultural Aspects
28(1)
Asian American-Pacific Islanders
28(2)
Health Care Issues of Asian American-Pacific Islanders
28(1)
Selected Health-Related Cultural Aspects
29(1)
Latino/Hispanic Americans
30(2)
Health Issues of Latino/Hispanic Americans
30(1)
Selected Health-Related Cultural Aspects
31(1)
Black/African Americans
32(2)
Health Care Issues of Black/African Americans
32(1)
Selected Health-Related Cultural Aspects
33(1)
Native Americans
34(2)
Health Care Issues of Native Americans
34(1)
Selected Health-Related Cultural Aspects
35(1)
Emerging Rural and Urban Populations
36(6)
Homelessness: A Continuing Saga
36(3)
People Living With HIV-AIDS
39(3)
The Nation's Response to The Health Challenges
42(1)
Healthy People 2010
42(1)
Office of Minority Health
43(1)
Nursing's Response to Emerging Populations and Health
43(7)
Health Policy and the Delivery System
50(27)
History of Health Care
52(4)
Early Influences
52(1)
Industrial Influences
53(1)
Socioeconomic Influences
53(1)
Public Health Influences
53(1)
Scientific Influences
53(1)
Special Population Influences
54(1)
Political and Economic Influences
54(1)
Split Between Preventive and Curative Measures
54(2)
Organization of The Delivery System
56(5)
Private Sector
56(2)
Public Sector
58(3)
Financing Health Care
61(10)
Costs
61(2)
Sources
63(1)
Mechanisms
64(1)
Managed Care Issues
65(1)
Health Insurance
66(4)
Pharmaceutical Costs
70(1)
The Uninsured: Who Are They?
70(1)
Health Care Systems of Other Countries
71(1)
Canadian Health Care System
71(1)
German Health Care System
72(1)
United Kingdom's Health Care System
72(1)
Influencing Health Policy
72(5)
The Therapeutic Relationship
77(23)
Values Clarification
78(3)
Definition
78(1)
Values and Therapeutic Use of Self
79(2)
The Communication Process
81(6)
Function and Process
82(1)
Types of Communication
83(1)
Effectiveness of Communication
84(1)
Factors in Effective Communication
85(2)
The Helping or Therapeutic Relationship
87(13)
Characteristics of the Therapeutic Relationship
87(2)
Ethics in Communicating and Relating
89(1)
Therapeutic Techniques
89(2)
Barriers to Effective Communication
91(2)
Setting
93(1)
Stages
94(1)
Brief Interactions
95(1)
Health Literacy
95(5)
Ethical Issues Relevant to Health Promotion
100(27)
Health Promotion as a Moral Endeavor
101(1)
Health Care Ethics
101(5)
Origins of Applied Ethics in Moral Philosophy
101(1)
Types of Ethics
102(1)
Limitations of Moral Theory
102(2)
Feminist Ethics and Caring
104(2)
Professional Responsibility
106(4)
Accountability to Individuals and Society
106(1)
Codes of Ethics
107(1)
Advocacy
108(1)
Problem Solving: Issues, Dilemmas, and Risks
109(1)
Preventive Ethics
109(1)
Ethical Principles in Health Promotion
110(11)
Autonomy as Civil Liberty
110(2)
Autonomy as Self-Determination
112(2)
Limits on Autonomy
114(1)
Confidentiality
114(2)
Veracity
116(1)
Nonmaleficence
117(1)
Beneficence
117(3)
Justice
120(1)
Strategies for Ethical Decision Making
121(1)
Locating the Source and Levels of Ethical Problems
121(1)
Values Clarification and Reflection
121(1)
Decision-Making Considerations
121(1)
Ethics of Health Promotion: Cases
122(5)
Case 1 Addressing Health Care System Problems---Elissa Needs Help
123(1)
Case 2 Assisted Suicide or Emotional Support?---Ana and Victor
123(1)
Case 3 How Much Money Can One Person Spend?---Joe Does Not Like Taking Pills
123(1)
Case 4 She's My Patient!---Lilly and ``Jake'' (a.k.a. Paul)
123(4)
UNIT TWO Assessment for Health Promotion
127(70)
Health Promotion and the Individual
129(23)
Functional Health Patterns: Assessment of the Individual
131(16)
Functional Health Pattern Framework
131(2)
The Patterns
133(14)
Individual Health Promotion Through the Nursing Process
147(5)
Collection and Analysis of Data
147(1)
Planning the Care
148(1)
Implementing the Plan
149(1)
Evaluating the Plan
149(3)
Health Promotion and the Family
152(26)
The Nursing Process and the Family
153(1)
The Nurse's Role
154(1)
The Family from a Systems Perspective
154(1)
The Family from a Developmental Perspective
155(1)
The Family from a Risk-Factor Perspective
156(1)
Functional Health Patterns: Assessment of the Family
156(11)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
158(1)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
159(1)
Elimination Pattern
160(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
160(1)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
160(1)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
161(1)
Self-Perception-Self-Concept Pattern
161(1)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
161(4)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
165(1)
Coping-Stress Tolerance Pattern
166(1)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
166(1)
Analysis and Nursing Diagnosis
167(5)
Analyzing Data
167(4)
Formulating Family Nursing Diagnoses
171(1)
Planning With the Family
172(1)
Goals
172(1)
Implementation With the Family
172(3)
Evaluation With the Family
175(3)
Health Promotion and the Community
178(19)
The Nursing Process and the Community
179(1)
The Nurse's Role
179(1)
Methods of Data Collection
180(1)
Sources of Community Information
180(1)
Community From a Systems Perspective
181(1)
Structure
181(1)
Function
181(1)
Interaction
182(1)
Community from a Developmental Perspective
182(1)
Community from a Risk Factor Perspective
182(1)
Functional Health Patterns: Assessment of the Community
183(2)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
183(1)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
183(1)
Elimination Pattern
183(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
183(1)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
183(1)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
184(1)
Self-Perception-Self-Concept Pattern
184(1)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
184(1)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
184(1)
Coping-Stress Tolerance Pattern
185(1)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
185(1)
Analysis and Diagnosis With the Community
185(3)
Organization of Data
185(1)
Guidelines for Data Analysis
186(2)
Community Diagnosis
188(1)
Planning With the Community
188(5)
Purposes
188(3)
Planned Change
191(2)
Implementation With the Community
193(1)
Evaluation With the Community
193(4)
UNIT THREE Interventions for Health Promotion
197(130)
Screening
199(18)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Screening
200(1)
Selection of a Screenable Disease
201(4)
Significance
201(1)
Can the Disease Be Detected by Screening?
201(2)
Should Screening for the Disease Be Done?
203(2)
Ethical Considerations
205(1)
Health Care Ethics
205(1)
Economic Ethics
205(1)
Selection of a Screenable Population
206(5)
Person-Dependent Factors
206(4)
Environment-Dependent Factors
210(1)
Commonly Screened Conditions
211(4)
Phenylketonuria
211(1)
Breast Cancer
212(1)
Cervical Cancer
212(1)
Colorectal Cancer
212(1)
Prostate Cancer
212(1)
Cholesterol
213(1)
Hypertension
213(1)
Glaucoma
213(1)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus
214(1)
Lead
214(1)
Diabetes Mellitus
214(1)
The Nurse's Role
215(2)
Health Education
217(14)
Nursing and Health Education
218(6)
Definition
219(1)
Goals
220(1)
Learning Assumptions
221(1)
Family Health Teaching
221(1)
Health Behavior Change
222(1)
Ethics
223(1)
Cultural Considerations in Health Teaching
223(1)
Social Marketing and Health Education
224(1)
Teaching Plan
224(4)
Assessment
224(1)
Determining Expected Learning Outcomes
225(1)
Selecting Content
226(1)
Designing Learning Strategies
226(1)
Evaluating the Teaching-Learning Process
227(1)
Referring Individuals to Other Resources
228(1)
Teaching and Organizing Skills
228(3)
Nutrition Counseling for Health Promotion
231(30)
Nutrition in the United States: Looking Forward From The Past
232(1)
Classic Vitamin-Deficiency Diseases
232(1)
Dietary Excess and Imbalance
232(1)
Healthy People 2010: Nutrition Objectives
232(2)
Nutrition-Related Health Status
233(1)
Nutrition Objectives for the United States
234(1)
Food and Nutrition Recommendations
234(2)
Dietary Reference Intakes
234(2)
Dietary Guidelines for Americans
236(1)
MyPyramid: A New Food Guidance System
236(1)
Food Guide Pyramid
236(1)
MyPyramid
236(1)
Dietary Supplements and Herbal Medicines
236(5)
Circumstances When Nutrient Supplementation Is Indicated
239(1)
Vitamin Toxicity
239(2)
Food Safety
241(1)
Causes of Food-Borne Illness
241(1)
Food Safety Practices
241(1)
Food, Nutrition, and Poverty
242(3)
Poverty and Income Distribution
242(1)
Food Assistance for the Poor
242(3)
Nutrition Screening
245(1)
Nutrition and Disease
245(16)
Cardiovascular Diseases
245(1)
Heart Disease
245(2)
Hypertension
247(3)
Cancer
250(1)
Osteoporosis
251(2)
Obesity
253(2)
Diabetes
255(3)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
258(3)
Exercise
261(28)
Defining Physical Activity in Health
262(1)
Healthy People 2010 Objectives
262(2)
Physical Activity Objectives: Making Progress
262(2)
Aging
264(1)
Effects of Exercise on the Aging Process
265(1)
Coronary Heart Disease
265(3)
High-Density Lipoprotein and Serum Triglyceride Levels
266(1)
Hypertension
266(1)
Hyperinsulinemia and Glucose Intolerance
267(1)
Obesity
268(1)
Osteoporosis
269(1)
Arthritis
270(1)
Low Back Pain
270(1)
Immune Function
271(1)
Mental Health
272(1)
How Much Exercise Is Enough?
272(4)
Aerobic Exercise
273(2)
Warm-Up and Cool-Down Periods
275(1)
Flexibility
276(1)
Resistance Training
276(1)
Exercise the Spirit: Relaxation Response
276(3)
Monitoring the Inner and Outer Environment
279(1)
Fluid News
279(1)
Special Considerations
279(3)
Coronary Heart Disease
280(1)
Diabetes
281(1)
Building a Rhythm of Physical Activity
282(7)
Adherence and Compliance
283(1)
Creating a Climate That Supports Exercise
284(5)
Stress Management
289(21)
Sources of Stress
290(1)
Physical, Psychological, Sociobehavioral, and Spiritual Consequences of Stress
291(2)
Physiological Effects of Stress
291(1)
Psychological Effects of Stress
292(1)
Sociobehavioral Effects of Stress
293(1)
Spiritual Effects of Stress
293(1)
Health Benefits of Managing Stress
293(1)
Assessment of Stress
294(2)
Stress Management Interventions
296(10)
Developing Self-Awareness
296(3)
Healthy Diet
299(1)
Physical Activity
299(1)
Sleep Hygiene
300(1)
Cognitive Restructuring
300(1)
Affirmations
301(1)
Social Support
302(1)
Assertive Communication
302(1)
Empathy
303(1)
Healthy Pleasures
304(1)
Spiritual Practice
304(1)
Clarifying Values and Beliefs
305(1)
Setting Realistic Goals
305(1)
Humor
305(1)
Effective Coping
306(4)
Holistic Health Strategies
310(17)
Holism
311(1)
Interventions
312(10)
Energy Work
312(4)
Movement Arts
316(2)
Meditation
318(1)
Prayer and Distant Healing
319(1)
Guided Imagery
320(1)
Music Therapy
320(1)
Bodywork
320(1)
Aromatherapy
321(1)
Presence
322(1)
Self-Knowledge
322(5)
UNIT FOUR Application of Health Promotion
327(272)
Overview of Growth and Development Framework
329(15)
Overview of Growth and Development
330(10)
Concept of Growth
330(9)
Concept of Development
339(1)
Theories of Development
340(4)
Psychosocial Development: Erikson's Theory
340(1)
Cognitive Development: Piaget's Theory
340(1)
Moral Development: Kohlberg's Theory
341(1)
Moral Development: Gilligan's Theory
341(3)
The Prenatal Period
344(32)
Physical Changes in Maternal and Fetal Systems
345(7)
Duration of Pregnancy
345(1)
Fertilization
345(1)
Implantation
345(1)
Fetal Growth and Development
345(1)
Placental Development and Function
346(1)
Maternal Changes
346(6)
Changes During Transition From Fetus to Newborn
352(2)
Nursing Interventions
352(1)
Mucus
352(1)
Apgar Score
353(1)
Gender
353(1)
Race and Culture
353(1)
Genetics
353(1)
Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
354(10)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
354(2)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
356(1)
Elimination Pattern
357(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
357(1)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
358(1)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
358(2)
Self-Perception--Self-Concept Pattern
360(1)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
361(2)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
363(1)
Coping--Stress Tolerance Pattern
363(1)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
363(1)
Pathological Processes
364(6)
Physical Factors and Diagnostic Tools
364(1)
Biological Agents
365(2)
Chemical Agents
367(3)
Mechanical Forces
370(1)
Radiation
370(1)
Social Processes
370(2)
Community and Work
370(1)
Culture and Ethnicity
371(1)
Legislation
371(1)
Economics
372(1)
Health Care Delivery System
372(1)
Nursing Interventions
372(4)
Infant
376(40)
Age and Physical Changes
378(6)
Developmental Tasks
378(1)
Concepts of Infant Development
378(4)
Denver Developmental Screening Test
382(1)
Gender
382(1)
Race
383(1)
Genetics
383(1)
Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
384(15)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
384(1)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
384(4)
Elimination Pattern
388(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
389(1)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
390(2)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
392(1)
Self-Perception-Self-Concept Pattern
393(1)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
394(3)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
397(1)
Coping-Stress Tolerance Pattern
397(2)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
399(1)
Pathological Processes
399(8)
Unintentional Injuries
400(1)
Biological Agents
401(2)
Chemical Agents
403(3)
Motor Vehicles
406(1)
Radiation
406(1)
Cancer
407(1)
Social Processes
407(5)
Community and Work
407(1)
Culture and Ethnicity
408(2)
Legislation
410(1)
Economics
411(1)
Health Care Delivery System
412(1)
Nursing Interventions
412(4)
Toddler
416(20)
Age and Physical Changes
417(2)
Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
419(11)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
419(1)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
419(2)
Elimination Pattern
421(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
421(2)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
423(1)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
423(3)
Self-Perception--Self-Concept Pattern
426(1)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
427(2)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
429(1)
Coping-Stress Tolerance Pattern
429(1)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
429(1)
Pathological Processes
430(3)
Accidents
430(1)
Motor Vehicles
431(1)
Biological Agents
432(1)
Poisoning
432(1)
Social Processes
433(3)
Day Care
433(1)
Culture and Ethnicity
433(1)
Legislation
433(1)
Economics
434(1)
Health Care Delivery System
434(2)
Preschool Child
436(30)
Age and Physical Changes
437(3)
Gender
438(1)
Race
438(2)
Genetics
440(1)
Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
440(14)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
440(1)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
440(2)
Elimination Pattern
442(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
442(1)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
443(1)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
444(5)
Self-Perception--Self-Concept Pattern
449(1)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
449(2)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
451(1)
Coping--Stress Tolerance Pattern
452(1)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
453(1)
Pathological Processes
454(6)
Injuries
455(2)
Mechanical Forces
457(1)
Biological and Bacterial Agents
457(1)
Chemical Agents
458(1)
Cancer
458(2)
Asthma
460(1)
Social Processes
460(1)
Community and Work
460(1)
Culture and Ethnicity
460(1)
Legislation
461(1)
Economics
461(1)
Health Care Delivery System
461(1)
Nursing Interventions
461(5)
School-Age Child
466(36)
Age and Physical Changes
467(4)
Gender
469(1)
Race
470(1)
Genetics
470(1)
Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
471(15)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
471(1)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
471(3)
Elimination Pattern
474(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
475(1)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
476(1)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
476(4)
Self-Perception--Self-Concept Pattern
480(2)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
482(1)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
483(1)
Coping--Stress Tolerance Pattern
484(2)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
486(1)
Pathological Processes
486(6)
Accidents
486(3)
Mechanical Forces
489(1)
Biological Agents
490(1)
Chemical Agents
491(1)
Radiological Agents
492(1)
Social Processes
492(5)
Community and Work
492(1)
Culture and Ethnicity
493(2)
Legislation
495(1)
Economics
495(1)
Health Care Delivery System
496(1)
Nursing Interventions
497(5)
School and the Nurse
498(4)
Adolescent
502(21)
Age and Physical Changes
503(3)
Scoliosis
504(1)
Acne
504(1)
Gender
505(1)
Genetics
506(1)
Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
506(10)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
506(2)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
508(1)
Elimination Pattern
509(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
510(1)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
510(1)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
510(1)
Self-Perception--Self-Concept Pattern
511(1)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
512(1)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
513(2)
Coping--Stress Tolerance Pattern
515(1)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
516(1)
Pathological Processes
516(3)
Accidents
516(1)
Sports
516(1)
Violence
517(1)
Mechanical Forces
517(1)
Biological and Bacterial Agents
518(1)
Chemical Agents
518(1)
Cancer
519(1)
Social Processes
519(4)
School
519(1)
Culture and Ethnicity
519(1)
Legislation
520(1)
Economics
520(1)
Health Care Delivery System
520(3)
Young Adult
523(25)
Age and Physical Changes
524(1)
Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
525(17)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
525(4)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
529(2)
Elimination Pattern
531(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
531(1)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
532(1)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
532(1)
Self-Perception--Self-Concept Pattern
533(1)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
533(2)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
535(3)
Coping--Stress Tolerance Pattern
538(2)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
540(2)
Pathological Processes
542(2)
Accidents
542(1)
Pollution
542(1)
Occupational Hazards and Stressors
542(1)
Chemical Agents
542(2)
Cancer
544(1)
Social Processes
544(4)
Community and Work
544(1)
Culture and Ethnicity
545(1)
Legislation
545(1)
Economics
545(3)
Middle-Age Adult
548(23)
Age and Physical Changes
549(3)
Mortality Rates
549(1)
Gender and Marital Status
550(1)
Genetics
550(2)
Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
552(13)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
552(1)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
552(3)
Elimination Pattern
555(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
555(1)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
556(1)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
556(1)
Self-Perception--Self-Concept Pattern
557(1)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
558(3)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
561(1)
Coping--Stress Tolerance Pattern
562(2)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
564(1)
Environmental Factors
565(1)
Physical Agents
565(1)
Biological Agents
565(1)
Chemical Agents
565(1)
Social Processes
566(1)
Culture and Ethnicity
566(1)
Economics
567(1)
Health Care Delivery System
567(1)
Nursing Interventions
567(4)
Older Adult
571(28)
Age and Physical Changes
573(1)
Goals of Health Promotion
573(1)
Theories of Aging
574(1)
Gordon's Functional Health Patterns
575(11)
Health Perception--Health Management Pattern
575(1)
Nutritional-Metabolic Pattern
575(1)
Elimination Pattern
576(1)
Activity-Exercise Pattern
577(2)
Sleep-Rest Pattern
579(1)
Cognitive-Perceptual Pattern
579(3)
Self-Perception--Self-Concept Pattern
582(1)
Roles-Relationships Pattern
583(1)
Sexuality-Reproductive Pattern
584(1)
Coping--Stress Tolerance Pattern
585(1)
Values-Beliefs Pattern
586(1)
Pathological Processes
586(4)
Accidents
586(2)
Biological Agents
588(1)
Drug Use
588(1)
Alcohol Use
589(1)
Tobacco Use
589(1)
Cancer
590(1)
Social Processes
590(9)
Environments of Care
590(4)
Cultural Diversity
594(1)
Health Care Delivery System
594(5)
UNIT FIVE Challenges in the Twenty-First Century
599(19)
Health Promotion in the Twenty-First Century: Throughout the Life Span and Throughout the World
601(17)
Health Promotion: Past Developments and Future Directions
604(1)
Global Strategy of Health for All
604(4)
Health for All
604(1)
Health Care Systems
605(1)
New Public Health Movement
606(1)
Socioecological Foundations of Health Promotion
606(1)
Goals and Targets for Health Promotion
606(1)
Health Rather than Health Care as a Starting Point
607(1)
Reform of Health Promotion and Health Care
608(3)
Clinical Effectiveness of Preventive Health Care
608(1)
Cost Effectiveness of Preventive Health Care
608(2)
Health Promotion and Vulnerable Populations
610(1)
Implications for Nursing Leadership in Health Promotion
611(7)
Implications for Policy Development
611(1)
Implications for Practice
612(1)
Implications for Education
612(1)
Implications for Research
613(5)
Glossary 618(12)
Index 630(33)
Study Questions 663(15)
Answer Key 678


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