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Community Health and Wellness : Principles of Primary Health Care.

By: Clendon, Jill.
Contributor(s): Munns, Ailsa.
Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Elsevier, 2018Edition: 6th ed.Description: 1 online resource (344 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780729586696; 0729586693.Subject(s): Public health -- Social aspects -- Australia | Public health -- Social aspects -- New Zealand | Health promotion -- Australia | Health promotion -- New Zealand | Social medicine -- Australia | Social medicine -- New ZealandGenre/Form: Electronic books.DDC classification: 362.120994 Online resources: Ebook available via ProQuest Ebook Central; click to view
Contents:
Front Cover; IFC_Evolve page; Community Health and Wellness; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table Of Contents; Foreword; Preface; About the Authors; Acknowledgements; Reviewers; 1 Principles of primary health care; Introduction to the section; 1 Fundamentals of creating and maintaining a healthy community; Introduction; The Ecological Multilayered Perspective of Community Health; What is health?; What do we mean by community?; Wellness; The Social Determinants of Health (SDH); The social gradient; Community health; Primary Health Care; Primary Health Care Principles; Accessible health care
Appropriate technologyIncreased emphasis on health promotion; Intersectoral collaboration; Cultural sensitivity, cultural safety; Community participation; Social Capital; Research to practice: social capital and health; Health Literacy; Health Promotion; What's the point?; Promoting Global Health; Health Education; Primary, secondary and tertiary prevention; Health Promotion Evaluation; Conclusion; Reflective Questions: How would I use this knowledge in practice?; References; 2 Healthy policies for healthy communities; Introduction; The Australian Health Care System
The New Zealand Health Care SystemPolitics, Policy Making and Health Care; Policy Action at the National Level: Think Global, Act Local; Connecting policies with the social determinants of health; Policy making and primary health care; Health care: building a better system; Conclusion; Reflective Questions: How would I use this knowledge in practice?; References; 3 Communities of place; Introduction; The Global Community; Families; Urban communities; Rural communities; Contemporary Issues Within Distinctive Communities; Virtual communities; Fly-in fly-out communities
Communities of affiliationMigrant and refugee communities; Indigenous populations; Promoting Health in Communities of Place; Health promotion in the city; Health promotion in hospitals; Rural health promotion; Health promotion in schools; Health promotion through virtual technologies; Conclusion; Reflective Questions: How would I use this knowledge in practice?; References; 2 Primary health care in practice; Introduction to the section; 4 Primary health care in practice; Introduction; An Interdisciplinary Primary Health Care Approach; Types and Categories of Health Care Practitioners
Advanced practice nursesCommunity health practice; General practice nursing; Child health nursing practice; School health nursing practice; Community mental health nursing practice; Community midwifery practice; Paramedicine practice; Rural and remote area practice; Practice Strategies-Ways of Working; Working with groups; Reflective practice; Leadership; Conclusion; Reflective Questions: How would I use this knowledge in practice?; References; 5 Assessing the community; Introduction; Community Assessment Tools; Epidemiological assessment; Methods that support epidemiology
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Front Cover; IFC_Evolve page; Community Health and Wellness; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table Of Contents; Foreword; Preface; About the Authors; Acknowledgements; Reviewers; 1 Principles of primary health care; Introduction to the section; 1 Fundamentals of creating and maintaining a healthy community; Introduction; The Ecological Multilayered Perspective of Community Health; What is health?; What do we mean by community?; Wellness; The Social Determinants of Health (SDH); The social gradient; Community health; Primary Health Care; Primary Health Care Principles; Accessible health care

Appropriate technologyIncreased emphasis on health promotion; Intersectoral collaboration; Cultural sensitivity, cultural safety; Community participation; Social Capital; Research to practice: social capital and health; Health Literacy; Health Promotion; What's the point?; Promoting Global Health; Health Education; Primary, secondary and tertiary prevention; Health Promotion Evaluation; Conclusion; Reflective Questions: How would I use this knowledge in practice?; References; 2 Healthy policies for healthy communities; Introduction; The Australian Health Care System

The New Zealand Health Care SystemPolitics, Policy Making and Health Care; Policy Action at the National Level: Think Global, Act Local; Connecting policies with the social determinants of health; Policy making and primary health care; Health care: building a better system; Conclusion; Reflective Questions: How would I use this knowledge in practice?; References; 3 Communities of place; Introduction; The Global Community; Families; Urban communities; Rural communities; Contemporary Issues Within Distinctive Communities; Virtual communities; Fly-in fly-out communities

Communities of affiliationMigrant and refugee communities; Indigenous populations; Promoting Health in Communities of Place; Health promotion in the city; Health promotion in hospitals; Rural health promotion; Health promotion in schools; Health promotion through virtual technologies; Conclusion; Reflective Questions: How would I use this knowledge in practice?; References; 2 Primary health care in practice; Introduction to the section; 4 Primary health care in practice; Introduction; An Interdisciplinary Primary Health Care Approach; Types and Categories of Health Care Practitioners

Advanced practice nursesCommunity health practice; General practice nursing; Child health nursing practice; School health nursing practice; Community mental health nursing practice; Community midwifery practice; Paramedicine practice; Rural and remote area practice; Practice Strategies-Ways of Working; Working with groups; Reflective practice; Leadership; Conclusion; Reflective Questions: How would I use this knowledge in practice?; References; 5 Assessing the community; Introduction; Community Assessment Tools; Epidemiological assessment; Methods that support epidemiology

Includes bibliographical references and index.

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