Health Promotion Translating Evidence to Practice

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2021-01-05
  • Publisher: F.A. Davis Company

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Take an evidence-based approach to health promotion across the lifespan and clinical specialties. Written for NPs and advanced practitioners, this text provides coaching in how to read, evaluate, and apply the best evidence to health promotion plans for individuals and their families to help them prevent or manage chronic and acute diseases and disorders.

Step-by-step, a who’s who of educators, researchers, and practitioners explore the models and skills you need to help your patients, including those with multiple co-morbidities, while evaluating medical evidence that changes rapidly, or may be unclear. You’ll also be prepared for the health promotion questions on certification exams.

Table of Contents

Section I: Overview and Theories
2.The Social Determinants of Health, Health Equity, and Social Justice: Translating the Evidence for Advanced Nursing Health Promotion Practice
3.Utilization-Focused Epidemiology  (UFE)
4.Theories Guiding Health Promotion/Risk Reduction: Concepts and Application
5.Evidence-Based Health Promotion

Section II: Working with Clients, Families, and Communities 
6.Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Patient Activation 
7.Health Screening and Counseling from Birth to Age 21
8.Health Screening and Counseling: Adult and Older Adult
9.Family Health Promotion and Risk Reduction
10.Mental Health Promotion
11.Assessing Learning Needs and Health Literacy
12.Planning Effective Ways to Help Clients Learn About Health
Section III: Trends
13.Applying Health Informatics Concepts and Skills to Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
14.Cultural Humility in Health Promotion
15.Interprofessional Health Promotion
16.Ethical Comportment in Promoting Health
17.Use of Complementary Therapies for Health Promotion

Section IV: Risk Identification, Prevention, and Health Promotion with Special Populations
18.Health Promotion for Individuals with Disabilities
19.Patients Experiencing Homelessness
20. Health Promotion for Patients who are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, or Queer
21.Substance Use
22.Health Promotion and Palliative Care
23.Synthesizing the Evidence and Using it in Health Promotion Practice

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24.Aggregate Health Promotion and Risk Reduction

Appendix A: Reflections on Check Your Understanding Questions 

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