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Nursing For Public Health: Population-Based Care

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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. Links to specialist courses therefore will have a sound post-registration market. This is the first comprehensive text on public health at the level of post-registration.

This 2000 paperback first edition is in a good, used condition overall. The cover shows a few signs of shelf-wear and the corners are a little turned. The text appears to be clean and free from annotations.

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Author(s):
Edited by Pauline M. Craig and Grace M. Lindsay
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
23.5x15.5x2cm
Edition:
2000 first edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
044305942X
ISBN-13:
9780443059421
Number of pages:
278
Publisher:
Churchill Livingstone
Title:
Nursing For Public Health: Population-Based Care

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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. Links to specialist courses therefore will have a sound post-registration market. This is the first comprehensive text on public health at the level of post-registration.

This 2000 paperback first edition is in a good, used condition overall. The cover shows a few signs of shelf-wear and the corners are a little turned. The text appears to be clean and free from annotations.

Author(s):
Edited by Pauline M. Craig and Grace M. Lindsay
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
23.5x15.5x2cm
Edition:
2000 first edition
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
044305942X
ISBN-13:
9780443059421
Number of pages:
278
Publisher:
Churchill Livingstone
Title:
Nursing For Public Health: Population-Based Care

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