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Community and public health nursing / Marcia Stanhope, Jeanette Lancaster

Stanhope, Marcia.
Contributor(s): Lancaster, Jeanette.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: St. Louis : Mosby, 2004Edition: 6th ed.Description: pag. var. : il. ; 29 cm.ISBN: 0-323-02240-5.Subject(s): Enfermería -- Administración
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Considered by many as the standard for community health nursing, Community and Public Health Nursing continues to provide student and practicing nurses with a foundation of community and public health nursing concepts and interventions for individuals, families, and communities. The new edition of this popular text integrates health promotion and disease prevention concepts into the multifaceted role of population-focused, community-oriented nursing practice. Instructor resources are available; please contact your Elsevier sales representative for details. Unique! Emphasizes three significant community health initiatives with separate chapters on: 1) the Healthy Cities program, 2) nursing centers, and 3) an integrative model for community health promotion. Unique! Provides the Canadian perspective on community health issues and practices through special boxes written by Canadian community and public health nurses. Highlights important chapter concepts and terminology with consistent pedagogy of Learning Objectives, Key Terms, Chapter Outline, and Key Points. Promotes critical-thinking and problem-solving skills with Clinical Decision-Making Activities. Emphasizes clinical considerations for nursing practice in How To... boxes and Nursing Tips. Presents "real-life" community client scenarios with Practice Application questions and answers. Highlights recent research findings and their application to community and public health nursing practice in Evidence-Based Practice features. Expands chapter content through Did You Know? and What Do You Think? features. Offers a glossary with complete definitions of all key terms and other important concepts. Provides numerous appendixes with additional resources and key information, such as screening and assessment tools and clinical practice guidelines. Healthy People 2010 boxes contain objectives and data related to the practice of community and public health nursing using the most recent version of this federal government health promotion initiative. Expanded coverage of community and public health nursing interventions at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels of prevention help students understand applications to individuals, families, and communities. Cutting Edge boxes highlight significant and controversial issues in community health. Increased coverage of terrorist, chemical, and biological attacks highlight the community and public health nurse's role in disaster management in the context of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Additional Resources boxes provide specific links between chapter content and resources listed in the book's Appendix and on the Evolve web site.

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Considered by many as the standard for community health nursing, "Community and Public Health Nursing" continues to provide student and practicing nurses with a foundation of community and public health nursing concepts and interventions for individuals, families, and communities. The unifying approach of this text is an integration of health promotion and disease prevention concepts into the multifaceted role of population-focused, community-oriented nursing practice. Numerous pedagogical features provide an accessible and challenging learning experience. New content in the sixth edition includes additional population-focused clinical examples; increased coverage of primary, secondary, and tertiary levels of prevention; expanded community assessment content; and updated approaches to disaster management in the wake of September 11th. New features include Healthy People 2010 national health objectives and The Cutting Edge boxes that highlight current significant and controversial issues in community health.

Índice: Part 1: Perspectives on Health Care and Community-Oriented Nursing1. Community-Oriented Population-Focused Practice: The Foundation of Specialization in Public Health Nursing 2. History of Public Health and Public and Community Health Nursing 3. Public Health and Primary Health Care Systems and Health Care Transformation 4. Perspectives on International Health Care Part II: Influences on Health Care Delivery and Community-Oriented Nursing 5. Economics of Health Care Delivery 6. Ethics in Community-Oriented Nursing Practice 7. Cultural Diversity and Community-Oriented Nursing Practice 8. Government, the La... Etc.

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  • Part 1 Perspectives in Health Care and Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 1)
  • 1 Community-Oriented Population-Focused Practice: The Foundation of Specialization in Public Health Nursing (p. 2)
  • Public Health Practice: The Foundation for Healthy Populations and Communities (p. 3)
  • Public Health Nursing as a Field of Practice: An Area of Specialization (p. 8)
  • Public Health Nursing and Community Health Nursing Versus Community-Based Nursing (p. 13)
  • Roles in Public Health Nursing (p. 15)
  • Challenges for the Future (p. 18)
  • 2 History of Public Health and Public and Community Health Nursing (p. 22)
  • Change and Continuity (p. 22)
  • Historical Measures to Provide for the Public's Health (p. 24)
  • America's Colonial Period and the New Republic (p. 24)
  • Nightingale and the Origins of Trained Nursing (p. 25)
  • America Needs Trained Nurses (p. 26)
  • School Nursing in America (p. 29)
  • The Profession Comes of Age (p. 30)
  • Public Health Nursing in Official Health Agencies (p. 30)
  • World War I and the Importance of Public Health Nursing (p. 31)
  • Paying the Bill for Community and Public Health Nurses (p. 31)
  • Efforts to Shape Public Policy (p. 31)
  • African-American Nurses in Public Health Nursing (p. 32)
  • Between the Two World Wars: Economic Depression and the Rise of Hospitals (p. 33)
  • Increasing Federal Action for the Public's Health (p. 34)
  • World War II: Extension and Retrenchment in Community and Public Health Nursing (p. 35)
  • The Rise of Chronic Illness (p. 36)
  • Failure of Financing for Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 39)
  • Consolidation of National Nursing Organizations (p. 39)
  • Professional Nursing Education for Public Health Nursing (p. 39)
  • New Forms of Payment for Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 41)
  • Community Organization and Professional Change (p. 41)
  • Community and Public Health Nursing from the 1970s to the Present (p. 41)
  • Community and Public Health Nursing Today (p. 44)
  • 3 Public Health and Primary Health Care Systems and Health Care Transformation (p. 50)
  • Current Health Care System in the United States (p. 51)
  • Trends Affecting the Health Care System (p. 53)
  • Organization of the Health Care System (p. 55)
  • Transformation of the Health Care System (p. 64)
  • A Comprehensive Model: Integration of Public Health and Primary Care (p. 65)
  • 4 Perspectives on International Health Care (p. 72)
  • Overview of International Health (p. 72)
  • The Role of Population Health (p. 76)
  • Primary Health Care (p. 77)
  • Nursing and International Health (p. 78)
  • Major International Health Organizations (p. 78)
  • International Health and Economic Development (p. 81)
  • Health Care Systems (p. 83)
  • Major World Health Problems and the Burden of Disease (p. 86)
  • Part 2 Influences on Health Care Delivery and Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 96)
  • 5 Economics of Health Care Delivery (p. 98)
  • Principles of Economics (p. 99)
  • The Context of the U.S. Health System (p. 103)
  • Trends in Health Care Spending (p. 106)
  • Factors Influencing Health Care Costs (p. 107)
  • Financing of Health Care (p. 111)
  • Health Care Payment Systems (p. 121)
  • Other Factors Affecting Resource Allocation in Health Care (p. 122)
  • Primary Prevention (p. 124)
  • Economics and the Future of Community-Oriented Nursing Practice (p. 125)
  • 6 Ethics in Community-Oriented Nursing Practice (p. 130)
  • History (p. 131)
  • Key Ethical Terms (p. 132)
  • Ethical Decision Making (p. 132)
  • Ethics (p. 134)
  • Ethics and the Core Functions of Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 139)
  • Nursing Code of Ethics (p. 140)
  • Public Health Code of Ethics (p. 143)
  • Advocacy and Ethics (p. 143)
  • 7 Cultural Diversity and Community-Oriented Nursing Practice (p. 148)
  • Immigrant Health Issues (p. 149)
  • Culture, Race, and Ethnicity (p. 152)
  • Cultural Competence (p. 153)
  • Inhibitors to Developing Cultural Competence (p. 158)
  • Cultural Nursing Assessment (p. 160)
  • Variations Among Cultural Groups (p. 161)
  • Culture and Nutrition (p. 166)
  • Culture and Socioeconomic Status (p. 166)
  • 8 Government, the Law, and Policy Activism (p. 170)
  • Structure of Government in the United States (p. 171)
  • Healthy People 2010: An Example of National Health Policy Guidance (p. 174)
  • Organizations and Agencies That Influence Community Health (p. 175)
  • Impact of Government Health Functions and Structures on Nursing (p. 178)
  • The Law and Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 179)
  • Nursing Practice and Law (p. 180)
  • Special Community Health Practice Issues and the Law (p. 181)
  • The Nurse's Role in the Policy Process (p. 184)
  • Part 3 Conceptual and Scientific Frameworks Applied to Community-Oriented Nursing Practice (p. 192)
  • 9 Organizing Frameworks Applied to Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 194)
  • Developing a Conceptual-Theoretical-Empirical Structure (p. 195)
  • Using Conceptual Models (p. 196)
  • Systems Models in Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 197)
  • Neuman Systems Model (p. 198)
  • Omaha System (p. 206)
  • Merging of the Neuman Systems Model and the Omaha System (p. 212)
  • 10 Environmental Health (p. 220)
  • Healthy People 2010 Objectives for Environmental Health (p. 222)
  • Historical Context (p. 222)
  • Environmental Health Sciences (p. 224)
  • Assessment (p. 228)
  • Precautionary Principle (p. 236)
  • Reducing Environmental Health Risks (p. 237)
  • Advocacy (p. 243)
  • Referral Resources (p. 244)
  • Roles for Nurses in Environmental Health (p. 244)
  • 11 Epidemiology (p. 248)
  • Definitions of Health (p. 249)
  • Definitions and Descriptions of Epidemiology (p. 250)
  • Historical Perspectives (p. 251)
  • Basic Concepts in Epidemiology (p. 255)
  • Screening (p. 265)
  • Basic Methods in Epidemiology (p. 267)
  • Descriptive Epidemiology (p. 269)
  • Analytic Epidemiology (p. 271)
  • Experimental Studies (p. 275)
  • Causality (p. 276)
  • Applications of Epidemiology in Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 278)
  • 12 Evidence-Based Practice (p. 284)
  • History of Evidence-Based Practice (p. 284)
  • Definitions (p. 285)
  • Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing (p. 286)
  • Barriers to Implementing Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing (p. 286)
  • Current Perspectives (p. 287)
  • Future Perspectives (p. 288)
  • Year 2010 National Healthy People Objectives (p. 288)
  • Evidence-Based Practice Nursing Application (p. 290)
  • Nursing Interventions Related to the Core Public Health Functions (p. 291)
  • 13 Community Health Education: Theories, Models, and Principles (p. 294)
  • Healthy People 2010 Educational Objectives (p. 296)
  • Education and Learning (p. 298)
  • Philosophical Perspectives of Learning (p. 298)
  • Theories of Learning (p. 298)
  • Educational Principles (p. 300)
  • Educational Issues (p. 306)
  • The Educational Process (p. 310)
  • The Educational Product (p. 313)
  • 14 Integrating Multilevel Approaches to Promote Community Health (p. 318)
  • Shifting the Emphasis From Illness and Disease Management to Wellness (p. 319)
  • Historical Perspectives, Definitions, and Methods (p. 322)
  • Application to Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 331)
  • Part 4 Issues and Approaches in Community-Oriented Health Care (p. 340)
  • 15 Community as Client: Assessment and Analysis (p. 342)
  • Community Defined (p. 342)
  • Community as Client (p. 344)
  • Goals and Means of Community-Oriented Practice (p. 346)
  • Community-Focused Nursing Process: An Overview of the Process From Assessment to Evaluation (p. 352)
  • Personal Safety in Community Practice (p. 370)
  • 16 Community and Public Health Nursing in Rural and Urban Environments (p. 374)
  • Historical Overview (p. 374)
  • Definition of Terms (p. 375)
  • Current Perspectives (p. 377)
  • Rural Health Care Delivery Issues and Barriers to Care (p. 384)
  • Nursing Care in Rural Environments (p. 385)
  • Future Perspectives (p. 389)
  • Building Professional-Community-Client Partnerships in Rural Settings (p. 391)
  • 17 Health Promotion Through Healthy Communities and Cities (p. 396)
  • History of the Healthy Communities and Cities Movement (p. 397)
  • Definition of Terms (p. 398)
  • Models of Community Practice (p. 399)
  • Healthy Communities and Cities (p. 401)
  • Future of the Healthy Communities and Cities Movement (p. 406)
  • Implications for Community-Oriented Nursing (p. 407)
  • Healthy People 2010 (p. 408)
  • 18 The Nursing Center: A Model for Community-Oriented Nursing Practice (p. 412)
  • What are Nursing Centers? (p. 413)
  • Types of Nursing Centers (p. 414)
  • Foundations for Nursing Center Development (p. 419)
  • The Nursing Center Team (p. 424)
  • The Business Side of Nursing Centers (p. 430)
  • Evidence-Based Practice: Outcome Data (p. 434)
  • Education and Research (p. 436)
  • Positioning Nursing Centers for the Future (p. 438)
  • 19 Case Management (p. 446)
  • Definitions (p. 447)
  • Concepts of Case Management (p. 448)
  • Public Health and Community-Based Examples of Case Management (p. 455)
  • Essential Skills for Case Managers (p. 456)
  • Issues in Case Management (p. 462)
  • 20 Disaster Management (p. 470)
  • Disasters (p. 470)
  • Three Stages of Disaster Involvement: Preparedness, Response, and Recovery (p. 472)
  • 21 Program Management (p. 490)
  • Definitions and Goals (p. 491)
  • Historical Overview of Health Care Planning and Evaluation (p. 492)
  • Benefits of Program Planning (p. 493)
  • Assessment of Need (p. 494)
  • Planning Process (p. 495)
  • Program Evaluation (p. 498)
  • Advanced Planning Methods and Evaluation Models (p. 505)
  • Cost Studies Applied to Program Management (p. 510)
  • Program Funding (p. 512)
  • 22 Quality Management (p. 516)
  • Definitions and Goals (p. 519)
  • Historical Development (p. 520)
  • Approaches to Quality Improvement (p. 521)
  • TQM/CQI in Community and Public Health Settings (p. 524)
  • Client Satisfaction (p. 530)
  • Model QA/QI Program (p. 531)
  • Records (p. 534)
  • 23 Group Approaches to Practice (p. 540)
  • Group Concepts (p. 541)
  • Promoting the Health of Individuals Through Group Work (p. 547)
  • Community Groups and Their Contribution to Community Life (p. 554)
  • Working With Groups Toward Community Health Goals (p. 555)
  • Part 5 Health Promotion With Target Populations Across the Life Span (p. 560)
  • 24 Family Development and Family Nursing Assessment (p. 562)
  • Challenges for Community-Oriented Nurses Working With Families (p. 563)
  • Family Demographics (p. 565)
  • Definition of Family (p. 568)
  • Family Health (p. 569)
  • Four Approaches to Family Nursing (p. 573)
  • Theoretical Frameworks for Family Nursing (p. 573)
  • Working With Families for Healthy Outcomes (p. 578)
  • Barriers to Practicing Family Nursing (p. 582)
  • Family Nursing Assessment (p. 583)
  • Social and Family Policy Changes (p. 586)
  • 25 Family Health Risks (p. 594)
  • Early Approaches to Family Health Risks (p. 596)
  • Concepts in Family Health Risk (p. 596)
  • Major Family Health Risks and Nursing Interventions (p. 599)
  • Community-Oriented Nursing Approaches to Family Health Risk Reduction (p. 607)
  • Community Resources (p. 613)
  • 26 Child and Adolescent Health (p. 616)
  • Status of Children (p. 616)
  • Child Development (p. 617)
  • Nutrition (p. 626)
  • Immunizations (p. 630)
  • Major Health Problems (p. 632)
  • Current Issues (p. 641)
  • Models for Delivery of Health Care to Vulnerable Populations (p. 644)
  • Progress Toward Child Health: National Health Objectives (p. 645)
  • Role of the Community-Oriented Nurse in Child and Adolescent Health (p. 645)
  • 27 Women's Health (p. 652)
  • Definitions (p. 652)
  • Historical Perspectives on Women's Health (p. 653)
  • Health Policy and Legislation (p. 654)
  • Health (p. 655)
  • Women's Health Concerns (p. 657)
  • HIV, AIDS (p. 667)
  • Health Disparities Among Special Groups of Women (p. 669)
  • Complementary and Alternative Therapies (p. 672)
  • U.S. Preventive Services Recommendations (p. 673)
  • 28 Men's Health (p. 680)
  • How Men Define Health (p. 680)
  • The Health status of Men in the United States (p. 681)
  • Male Development (p. 682)
  • Men's Health and Mortality (p. 683)
  • Gender Differences (p. 686)
  • Cultural Differences (p. 687)
  • Leading Causes of Men's Deaths (p. 687)
  • Men's Health Practices in Everyday Life (p. 694)
  • The Community-Oriented Nurse's Role in Men's Health (p. 694)
  • 29 Health of Older Adults (p. 700)
  • Demographics (p. 700)
  • Definitions (p. 703)
  • Theories of Aging (p. 703)
  • Multidimensional Influences on Aging (p. 704)
  • Components of a Comprehensive Health Assessment (p. 706)
  • Chronic Health Concerns of Older Adults in the Community (p. 707)
  • Community-Based Models for Gerontological Nursing (p. 710)
  • Role Opportunities for Nurses: Health Promotion, Disease Prevention, and Wellness (p. 714)
  • 30 The Physically Compromised (p. 720)
  • Definitions and Concepts (p. 720)
  • Scope of the Problem (p. 722)
  • Effects of being Physically Compromised (p. 724)
  • Special Populations (p. 729)
  • Selected Issues (p. 730)
  • Healthy People 2010 Objectives (p. 733)
  • Healthy Cities/Healthy Communities (p. 734)
  • Role of the Nurse (p. 735)
  • Legislation (p. 736)
  • Part 6 Vulnerability: Community-Oriented Nursing Issues for the Twenty-first Century (p. 744)
  • 31 Vulnerability and Vulnerable Populations: An Overview (p. 746)
  • Perspectives on Vulnerability (p. 746)
  • Public Policies Affecting Vulnerable Populations (p. 751)
  • Factors Contributing to Vulnerability (p. 753)
  • Outcomes of Vulnerability (p. 760)
  • Community-Oriented Nursing Approaches to Care (p. 760)
  • Assessment Issues (p. 761)
  • Planning and Implementing Care for Vulnerable Populations (p. 763)
  • Evaluation of Nursing Interventions with Vulnerable Populations (p. 769)
  • 32 Poverty and Homelessness (p. 774)
  • Concept of Poverty (p. 775)
  • Defining and Understanding Poverty (p. 776)
  • Poverty and Health: Effects Across the Life Span (p. 778)
  • Understanding the Concept of Homelessness (p. 783)
  • Effects of Homelessness on Health (p. 785)
  • Role of the Nurse (p. 789)
  • 33 Migrant Health Issues (p. 794)
  • Migrant Lifestyle (p. 795)
  • Health and Health Care (p. 796)
  • Occupational and Environmental Health Problems (p. 798)
  • Children and Youths (p. 800)
  • Cultural Considerations in Migrant Health Care (p. 801)
  • Health Promotion and Illness Prevention (p. 802)
  • Role of the Nurse (p. 802)
  • 34 Teen Pregnancy (p. 808)
  • Adolescent Health Care in the United States (p. 808)
  • The Adolescent Client (p. 809)
  • Trends in Adolescent Sexual Behavior and Pregnancy (p. 810)
  • Background Factors (p. 811)
  • Young Men and Paternity (p. 814)
  • Early Identification of the Pregnant Teen (p. 815)
  • Special Issues in Caring for the Pregnant Teen (p. 816)
  • Teen Pregnancy and the Nurse (p. 822)
  • 35 Mental Health Issues (p. 826)
  • Scope of Mental Illness in the United States (p. 827)
  • Systems of Community Mental Health Care (p. 829)
  • Evolution of Community Mental Health Care (p. 830)
  • Deinstitutionalization (p. 832)
  • Conceptual Frameworks for Community Mental Health (p. 833)
  • Role of the Nurse in Community Mental Health (p. 835)
  • Current and Future Perspectives in Mental Health Care (p. 837)
  • National Objectives for Mental Health Services (p. 837)
  • 36 Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug Problems in the Community (p. 848)
  • ATOD Problems in Perspective (p. 884)
  • Psychoactive Drugs (p. 854)
  • Predisposing/Contributing Factors (p. 859)
  • Primary Prevention and the Role of the Nurse (p. 860)
  • Secondary Prevention and the Role of the Nurse (p. 863)
  • Tertiary Prevention and the Role of the Nurse (p. 866)
  • Outcomes (p. 870)
  • 37 Violence and Human Abuse (p. 874)
  • Social and Community Factors Influencing Violence (p. 876)
  • Violence Against Individuals or Oneself (p. 878)
  • Family Violence and Abuse (p. 881)
  • Nursing Interventions (p. 889)
  • Violence and the Prison Population (p. 895)
  • Clinical Forensic Nursing (p. 896)
  • 38 Infectious Disease Prevention and Control (p. 902)
  • Historical and Current Perspectives (p. 903)
  • Transmission of Communicable Diseases (p. 905)
  • Surveillance of Communicable Diseases (p. 907)
  • Emerging Infectious Diseases (p. 908)
  • Prevention and Control of Communicable Diseases (p. 910)
  • Agents of Bioterrorism (p. 913)
  • Vaccine-Preventable Diseases (p. 917)
  • Food-Borne and Waterborne Diseases (p. 921)
  • Vector-Borne Diseases (p. 924)
  • Diseases of Travelers (p. 925)
  • Zoonoses (p. 926)
  • Parasitic Diseases (p. 926)
  • Nosocomial Infections (p. 928)
  • Universal Precautions (p. 928)
  • 39 Communicable and Infectious Disease Risks (p. 932)
  • Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection (p. 932)
  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases (p. 938)
  • Hepatitis (p. 944)
  • Tuberculosis (p. 947)
  • Nurse's Role in Providing Preventive Care for Communicable Diseases (p. 950)
  • Part 7 Community-Oriented Nurses: Roles and Functions (p. 960)
  • 40 Community-Oriented Nurse in Home Health and Hospice (p. 962)
  • Definition of Home Health Care (p. 963)
  • History of Home Health Care (p. 964)
  • Types of Home Health Care Agencies (p. 966)
  • Scope of Practice (p. 968)
  • Standards of Home Health Nursing Practice (p. 970)
  • Hospice Care (p. 975)
  • Interdisciplinary Approach to Home Health and Hospice Care (p. 976)
  • Educational Requirements for Home Health Practice (p. 977)
  • Accountability and Quality Management (p. 978)
  • Financial Aspects of Home Health and Hospice Care (p. 979)
  • Effects of Legislation on Home Health Care Services (p. 981)
  • Legal and Ethical Issues (p. 982)
  • Trends in Home Health Care (p. 983)
  • Issues for the Twenty-First Century (p. 983)
  • 41 The Advanced Practice Nurse in the Community (p. 990)
  • Historical Perspective (p. 990)
  • Educational Preparation (p. 992)
  • Credentialing (p. 992)
  • Advanced Practice Roles (p. 993)
  • Arenas for Practice (p. 996)
  • Issues and Concerns (p. 1001)
  • Role Stress (p. 1002)
  • Trends in Advanced Practice Nursing (p. 1003)
  • 42 Community-Oriented Nurse Leader and Consultant (p. 1008)
  • Major Trends and Issues (p. 1009)
  • Definitions (p. 1012)
  • Leadership and Management (p. 1012)
  • Consultation (p. 1017)
  • Competencies for Community-Oriented Nursing Leadership: Management, and Consultation (p. 1025)
  • 43 Community-Oriented Nurse in the Schools (p. 1042)
  • History of School Nursing (p. 1042)
  • Standards of Practice for School Nurses (p. 1045)
  • Educational Credentials of School Nurses (p. 1045)
  • Roles and Functions of School Nurses (p. 1046)
  • School Health Services (p. 1048)
  • School Nurses and Healthy People 2010 (p. 1049)
  • The Levels of Prevention in the Schools (p. 1049)
  • Controversies in School Nursing (p. 1061)
  • Ethics in School Nursing (p. 1062)
  • Future Trends in School Nursing (p. 1062)
  • 44 Community-Oriented Nurse in Occupational Health (p. 1066)
  • Definition and Scope of Occupational Health Nursing (p. 1067)
  • History and Evolution of Occupational Health Nursing (p. 1067)
  • Roles and Professionalism in Occupational Health Nursing (p. 1068)
  • Workers as a Population Aggregate (p. 1070)
  • Application of the Epidemiologic Model (p. 1074)
  • Organizational and Public Efforts to Promote Worker Health and Safety (p. 1080)
  • Nursing Care of Working Populations (p. 1081)
  • Healthy People 2010 Related to Occupational Health (p. 1086)
  • Legislation Related to Occupational Health (p. 1086)
  • Disaster Planning and Management (p. 1087)
  • 45 Community-Oriented Nurse as Parish Nurse (p. 1092)
  • Definitions in Parish Nursing (p. 1093)
  • Heritage and Horizons (p. 1094)
  • Parish Nursing Practice (p. 1099)
  • Issues in Parish Nursing Practice (p. 1105)
  • Healthy People 2010 Leading Health Indicators and Faith Communities (p. 1106)
  • Population-Focused Parish Nursing: Faith Community and School (p. 1108)
  • 46 Public Health Nursing at the Local, State, and National Levels (p. 1114)
  • Roles of Local, State, and Federal Public Health Agencies (p. 1114)
  • History and Trends of Public Health (p. 1116)
  • Scope, Standards, and Roles of Public Health Nursing (p. 1117)
  • Issues and Trends in Public Health Nursing (p. 1119)
  • Models of Public Health Nursing Practice (p. 1121)
  • Education and Knowledge Requirements for Public Health Nurses (p. 1121)
  • Certification for Public Health Nursing (p. 1122)
  • National Health Objectives (p. 1122)
  • Functions of Public Health Nurses (p. 1123)
  • Answers to Practice Application Questions (p. 1)
  • Appendixes
  • A International/National Agendas for Health Care Delivery
  • A.1 Schedule of Clinical Preventive Services
  • A.2 Select Major Historical Events Depicting Financial Involvement of Federal Government in Health Care Delivery
  • A.3 Declaration of Alma Ata
  • B Community-Oriented Nursing Resources
  • C Contracts and Forms: Samples
  • C.1 Community-Oriented Health Record (COHR)
  • C.2 The Living Will Directive
  • C.3 OASIS: Start of Care Assessment
  • D Drug Immunization Information
  • D.1 Immunizing Agents and Immunization Schedules for Health Care Workers
  • D.2 Herbs and Supplements Used for Children and Adolescents
  • E Screening Tools
  • E.1 Vision and Hearing Screening Procedures
  • E.2 Screening for Common Orthopedic Problems
  • F Health Risk Appraisal (p. 3)
  • F.1 Lifestyle Assessment Questionnaire (p. 3)
  • F.2 Healthier People Health Risk Appraisal (p. 13)
  • F.3 1999 Youth Risk Behavior Survey (p. 21)
  • G Community Assessment Tools (p. 27)
  • G.1 Community-As-Partner Model (p. 27)
  • H Family Assessment Tools (p. 29)
  • H.1 Family Systems Stressor-Strength Inventory (FS3I)
  • H.2 Friedman Family Assessment Model (Short Form)
  • H.3 Case Example of Family Assessment (p. 104)
  • I Individual Assessment Tools (p. 31)
  • I.1 Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) Scale (p. 31)
  • I.2 Comprehensive Older Persons' Evaluation (p. 32)
  • I.3 Comprehensive Occupational and Environmental Health History (p. 35)
  • J Essential Elements of Public Health Nursing (p. 39)
  • J.1 Examples of Public Health Nursing Roles and Implementing Public Health Functions (p. 39)
  • J.2 Public Health Guidelines for Practice (p. 45)
  • J.3 Core Competencies and Skill Levels for Public Health Nursing (p. 47)

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Marcia Stanhope, RN, DSN, FAAN, c: Professor and Associate Dean College of Nursing University of Kentucky
Jeanette Lancaster, RN, PhD, FAAN: Dean and Sadie Heath Cabaniss Professor School of Nursing University of Virginia

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