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Public Health Nursing: Leadership, Policy, and Practice presents cutting edge public health nursing content that focuses on populations and aggregates, the political process, public health nursing activism, and leadership in health policy development. Coverage of high risk populations, health policy, and disaster preparedness makes this text a unique tool for the public health nurse and administrator. A focus on the Healthy People 2010 objectives underscores the core functions of population-based practice and prepares the public health nurse for the challenges of today's global health issues.Readers searching for an innovative and focused text will turn to Public Health Nursing: Leadership, Policy, and Practice for the answers.
Table of Contents
|About the editors||p. xxi|
|Public Health Basics||p. 1|
|History of Public Health and Public Health Nursing||p. 2|
|Core Functions of Public Health Nursing||p. 27|
|Practice Settings in Public Health Nursing||p. 57|
|Epidemiology and Public Health Nursing||p. 86|
|Healthy People 2010|
|Health Care Delivery and Financing||p. 117|
|Law, Health Policy, and Public Health Nursing||p. 118|
|Health Care Organization and Financing||p. 134|
|Economics of Public Health Nursing||p. 153|
|Challenges of Global Health||p. 172|
|Public Health Nursing Practice||p. 187|
|Environmental Health Risk||p. 188|
|Community and Population Assessment||p. 220|
|Health Risk Appraisal||p. 240|
|Principles of Health Promotion||p. 253|
|Principles of Health Education||p. 278|
|Program Development and Evaluation||p. 303|
|Community Development for Health Promotion||p. 324|
|Health Care Management||p. 342|
|Ethics and Human Rights||p. 359|
|Public Health Nursing Research||p. 390|
|Provision of Public Health Nursing to Vulnerable Populations||p. 405|
|Populations with Infectious and Communicable Diseases||p. 406|
|Populations with Chronic Diseases||p. 445|
|Maternal and Child Populations||p. 478|
|The Elder Population||p. 495|
|Rural and Migrant Populations||p. 511|
|Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities||p. 529|
|Immigrant and Refugee Populations||p. 553|
|The Homeless Population||p. 572|
|Populations with Substance Abuse||p. 591|
|Public Health Nursing in the Twenty-First Century||p. 609|
|Disaster Preparedness and Public Health Nursing||p. 610|
|The Future of Public Health Nursing||p. 638|
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