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With new chapters on disaster management, primary health care, and new technologies used in public health nursing and public health education, this newly revised edition of Public Health Nursing: Practicing Population-Based Care is a must-have resource for students interested in public health nursing and education.*Addresses the relevance of historical evidence*Explores the use of technology in public health*Provides the meaning of social epidemiology*Offers an innovative assessment tool that uses Health People 2020 as its framework*Focuses on 17 intervention strategies identified in the Population-Based Public Health Nursing Practice Intervention Wheel *Examines how these interventions can be applied to the three levels of practice: individual/family, community, and systems*Accompanied by a forthcoming Companion Website packed with online learning tools and activities to help engage students and further their understanding of the material in the text