Nursing for Public Health. Population Based Care

  • ID: 3685024
  • Book
  • 288 Pages
  • Elsevier Health Science
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WHO and UK government initiatives have been pushing primary care practitioners to closely consider the wider health needs of populations. This book directly addresses issues of everyday importance to practitioners, and covers core elements of specialist courses for post-graduate students. 

The book has 14 chapters, split into three sections :
Core elements of Public Health
Nursing Elements of Public Health
Policy Issues in Public Health
Each chapter has a coherent structure of theory, application and role in practice. Practical or case examples are used and further reading offered. Subject specialists have written specific chapters such as health economics and informatics.
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The nursing contribution to public health. Applications of epidemiology in planning for health. Economic evaluation. Information systems for public health nursing. Introducing the social model of health. Health of the population. Nursing for the community: assessing and meeting individual and population health need. Community development as a strategy for public health. Communicable diseases. Screening as a disease prevention strategy. Public health in primary care. Health outcome measurement. Health-care policy making
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Craig, Pauline M. Research Fellow, Nursing and Midwifery Studies, University of Glasgow, UK.

Lindsay, Grace Lecturer in Nursing and Midwifery Studies, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK.
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