Community Health Nursing

Author: Stephen Paul Holzemer,Marilyn Klainberg

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 0763785792

Category: Medical

Page: 379

View: 1717

Written in an accessible, user-friendly, and practical style, this text provides a focused and highly engaging introduction to community health nursing. It focuses on health care for people in their homes and where they live with an overriding emphasis on care of the client in the community, and the business and politics of community health nursing. This book is accompanied by a robust Companion Website full of online activities to enhance the student learning experiences.

Community Health Nursing

A Practical Guide

Author: Patricia L. Carroll

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9780766841390

Category: Medical

Page: 220

View: 8165

Covering critical points, and providing ample opportunities for review, this self-paced text provides a concise, yet complete survey of community health nursing concepts.

Community Health Nursing

Caring for the Public's Health

Author: Karen Saucier Lundy,Sharyn Janes

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780763717865

Category: Medical

Page: 1129

View: 5544

Historically, community health nursing has responded to the changing health care needs of the community and continues to meet those needs in a variety of diverse roles and settings. Community Health Nursing: Caring for the Public's Health, Second Edition reflects this response and is representative of what communities signify in the United States--a unified society made up of many different populations and unique health perspectives. This text provides an emphasis on population-based nursing directed toward health promotion and primary prevention in the community. It is both community-based and community-focused, reflecting the current dynamics of the health care system. The Second Edition contains new chapters on disaster nursing and community collaborations during emergencies. The chapters covering Family health, ethics, mental health, and pediatric nursing have all been significantly revised and updated.

Community Health Nursing

Caring in Action

Author: Janice E. Hitchcock,Phyllis E. Schubert,Sue A. Thomas

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 9780766834972

Category: Medical

Page: 920

View: 9717

Cd contains: Terms and definitions in a question-and-answer format to aid in overall understanding of community health nursing.

Community Health Nursing

Author: N.A

Publisher: Gyan Publishing House

ISBN: 9788190867511


Page: N.A

View: 1938

Community Health Nursing

Caring for Populations

Author: Mary Jo Dummer Clark

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780130941497

Category: Medical

Page: 822

View: 3056

Community Health Nursing "Caring for Populations" Fourth Edition Now more than ever - locally, nationally, globally - society is in need of community health services. The Fourth Edition of "Community Health Nursing "continues to emphasize the application of community health nursing as it relates to specific populations, settings, and community health problems. Using an easy-to-follow organizing framework, the text assists readers in applying nursing process and nursing interventions to the care of the individual, families, and population groups. Theoretically and scientifically sound, as well as practical and applicable, this resource is a thorough introduction to the specialty. Features: New ~" Cultural Considerations "highlight cultural factors that influence health, health care delivery, and community health nursing practice. New ~" Ethical Awareness "feature introduces readers to ethical dilemmas faced by community health nurses and assists them in applying principles of ethical decision making. New Chapter ~" Care of Clients in Official and Voluntary Agencies "includes detailed discussion of parish nursing and its roles and functions as well as local health agencies and standards, functions and services of community/public health nursing. Assessment Tips detail key considerations in nursing assessment in specific populations, settings, and health problems. Comprehensive technology package that includes a Companion Website, corresponding student CD-ROM, and online course management systems in WebCT, Black Board and Course Compass platforms.

Community Health Nursing

Philosophy, Process, Practice

Author: Wendy Burgess,Ethel Chatterton Ragland

Publisher: Prentice Hall


Category: Social Science

Page: 490

View: 8682

Community Health Nursing

Author: Cmai

Publisher: BI Publications Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 9788172252892


Page: 812

View: 6874

This book in its fourth edition has been revised and updated extensively both in content and by addition of chapters. The new chapters on setting up Health clinic, Town planning, Rehabilitation and Statistics have been added. But the basic approach to the presentation remains the same as designed by the author. Unlike many other textbooks on the subject the emphasis is on the practical aspects of Community Health Nursing. Hence this will facilitate the process of skill development along with acquisition of knowledge in the subject In terms of the comprehensiveness of the content and readability, this textbook will continue to be of immense help to students of Community Health.

Community Health Nursing Projects

Making a Difference

Author: E. Diem,Alwyn Moyer

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 9780781747851

Category: Medical

Page: 439

View: 7570

This text is suitable for students taking Community Health Nursing or for the beginning practitioner in the field of Community Health Nursing. It is designed to provide direction for small-scale community health projects, ranging from about two to eight months in length.

Community and Public Health Nursing

Learning to Make a Difference through Teamwork, Second Edition

Author: Elizabeth Diem,Alwyn Moyer

Publisher: Canadian Scholars’ Press

ISBN: 1551307383

Category: Community health nursing

Page: 475

View: 4889

Community health nurses need specialized knowledge and skills to succeed in their unique role in health promotion and disease prevention. This thoroughly updated and revised second edition of Community and Public Health Nursing provides students with an excellent foundation in the theories and concepts of community nursing while also delivering practical, step-by-step guidance in conducting community nursing projects in different settings and situations. This engaging text presents real-world public and community health issues as a context for understanding the complex realities of community nursing with diverse populations. The book is informed by over thirty years of practice, education, and research in community health nursing and is packed with case studies and practice examples. Its team-based approach emphasizes collaboration with communities and other health professionals to promote the health of individuals, families, groups, and communities. Discussion questions, key terms, learning objectives, classroom and seminar exercises, and online resources create a structured framework for learning. The second edition also features new content on health equity, health literacy, and community health nursing in disaster and emergency management. With an emphasis on understanding the clinical application of theories and standards, this text is the perfect resource for community health nursing courses.

Community Health Nursing

Concepts and Practice

Author: Judith Ann Allender,Barbara Walton Spradley

Publisher: N.A


Category: Community health nursing

Page: 799

View: 1318

he Fifth Edition of this comprehensive text has been thoroughly revised to present an increased emphasis on self care. New to this edition are: enhanced appendices and reference tools; Web sites/phone numbers of pertinent health care agencies; critical thinking exercises that require Internet searches; and additional photos and tables. Ten chapters have been updated with state-of-the-art information about environmental health and safety; issues of working with populations and groups; prevention of and intervention in community crises; family health assessment/practice; and more

Community Health Nursing

Author: Hung Y. Fan,University of California Irvine California Hung Y Fan,Ross F. Conner,Luis P. Villarreal,Program Director Eastern Washington University Cheney Washington Wendy Repovich,Dori A Babcock,Robin Pickering,Karen A Edwards,Assistant Professor of Pharmaceutical Sciences Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Pharmacy Baltimore Maryland Payal Agarwal,University of Southern Mississippi Mississippi Karen Saucier Lundy,Sharyn Janes

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 1449687164

Category: Medical

Page: 900

View: 1404

Updated throughout with the latest findings on the AIDS virus, the Seventh Edition provides readers with the most current information available on the biology of the virus and the impact it has on society. The Seventh Edition of this best-selling text provides readers with a solid overview of AIDS from both a biomedical and a psychosocial perspective. The authors cover the molecular and cellular aspects of the virus and the immune system's response to it, and examine epidemiology and its role in understanding HIV and AIDS. The use of understandable vocabulary and clear illustrations, along with updated biomedical data and the most current statistics on AIDS available, makes AIDS: Science and Society an engaging resource for students, researchers, and general readers.Key Features:-Revised data throughout on the immune system and its response to new antigens.-New content on the mutation and evolution of HIV during infection-The latest data on research towards a cure and the treatment of infected individuals-Includes current epidemiological data throughout

Public and Community Health Nursing Practice

A Population-Based Approach

Author: Demetrius James Porche

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780761924838

Category: Medical

Page: 503

View: 4197

Public health practice focuses on the prevention of disease and disability as a means of promoting the health of communities and the individuals who make up those communities. Public and Community Health Nursing Practice presents a comprehensive summary of core practices for assessment, assurance, and policy development to achieve this goal through population-based practice. The author also outlines standards for evidence-based practice based on current research. This book will be of interest to students in nursing, public health, and behavioral medicine and practitioners in public and community health.

Community health nursing models

a selected bibliography

Author: Franklin Research Center,United States. Health Resources Administration. Division of Nursing

Publisher: N.A


Category: Medical

Page: 103

View: 2042

Advanced Community Health Nursing Practice

Population-focused Care

Author: Naomi E. Ervin

Publisher: Pearson

ISBN: 9780805373646

Category: Medical

Page: 498

View: 708

Advanced Community Health Nursing Practice is the only resource to cover the depth of all aspects of current advanced community practice and the processes used in practice. Chapters contributed by experts in the field, integrate key concepts throughout. Coverage includes foundations of practice, community assessment, program planning, program implementation, and program evaluation. Interdisciplinary practice, community involvement, and ethical issues are also discussed. Designed specifically for graduate level students, this is an excellent resource for courses in primary care, occupational health nursing, school nursing and home health care.

Community Health Care Nursing

Author: David Sines,Mary Saunders,Janice Forbes-Burford

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118713230

Category: Medical

Page: 392

View: 3787

Review of previous edition: "An extremely popular and valuable resource to students,practitioners and managers in community health care nursing."Journal of Advanced Nursing Community Health Care Nursing has become established as anessential source of reference for all those working in the primarycare and community health care domain. The Fourth Edition of thissuccessful text focuses on new emergent agendas which affectprimary care and public health education and servicedelivery/improvement. Comprehensive and accessible, this well established text draws on awide range of subject experts all aiming for excellence in servicedelivery, to produce a resource that addresses the key aspects ofcommunity health delivery reflecting the reality of the newcommunity/primary care agenda in the United Kingdom. Integratedthroughout the book are themes relevant to contemporary communityhealthcare nursing, including Self Managed Care/Managed CarePathways, Long Term Conditions, Palliative care and End of LifeCare, Urgent and Unscheduled Care, Offender Care, andContinuing/Intermediate Care. The result is a book whichfocuses on new opportunities for contemporary practice, servicedelivery/improvement and education response within the context ofthe modernised primary and public healthcare service Key features: New edition of a well-established and successfultext Written by experts in the field Examines competencies in practice Includes evidence-based guidelines and integrates nationalservice framework requirements Includes new chapters on Advanced Nursing Practice andcompetence assessment, modernised primary healthcare workforce andworkforce change, Commissioning, and user and publicengagement

Community Health Nursing

Theory and Practice

Author: Claudia M. Smith,Frances A. Maurer

Publisher: Saunders


Category: Community health nursing

Page: 872

View: 4372

This textbook aims to meet the challenges and opportunities of community health issues within the nursing process. Epidemiological concepts are explained using population statistics. It provides guidance for handling situations, creating patient education materials and writing care plans.