Population Based Public Health Clinical Manual Fourth Edition Using Ebp To Transform Policy In Nursing And Healthcare

Patricia M. Schoon Sigma Theta Tau

“This 4th edition is an invaluable resource for PHN educators, students, and practitioners. Authoritative and practical, this volume reflects the authors’ solid understanding of public health nursing practice today. The reality-based insights and much-needed guidance about population health and public health nursing place this book in the forefront of educational resources for public health and community health nursing educators.” – Marla E. Salmon, ScD, RN, FAAN Professor, Nursing and Global Health Affiliate Professor, Governance and Public Policy University of Washington Population-Based Public Health Clinical Manual: The Henry Street Model for Nurses has proven to be one of the most important public health texts for students and practitioners alike. Focused on developing evidence-based public health nursing practice in diverse settings, and built on the framework of the Henry Street Consortium’s 13 competencies for population-based, entry-level public health nursing, this new, full-color fourth edition is fully revised and updated to support readers’ exploration of the field of public health nursing and the unique responsibilities and challenges that come with being a public health nurse. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part I: Foundational Concepts for Public Health Nursing Practice Chapter 1: Introduction to Public Health Nursing Practice Chapter 2: Evidence-Based Public Health Nursing Practice Part II: Entry-Level Population-Based Public Health Nursing Competencies Chapter 3: COMPETENCY 1: Applies the Public Health Nursing Process to Individuals, Families, Communities, and Systems Chapter 4: COMPETENCY 2: Utilizes Basic Epidemiological Principles in Public Health Nursing Practice Chapter 5: COMPETENCY 3: Utilizes the Principles and Science of Environmental Health to Promote Safe and Sustainable Environments for Individuals, Families, Communities, and Systems Chapter 6: COMPETENCY 4: Practices Public Health Nursing Within the Auspices of the Nurse Practice Act Chapter 7: COMPETENCY 5: Works Within the Responsibility and Authority of the Governmental Public Health System Chapter 8: COMPETENCY 6: Utilizes Collaboration to Achieve Public Health Goals Chapter 9: COMPETENCY 7: Effectively Communicates With Individuals, Families, Communities, and Systems Chapter 10: COMPETENCY 8: Establishes and Maintains Caring Relationships With Individuals, Families, Communities, and Systems Chapter 11: COMPETENCY 9: Incorporates Mental, Physical, Emotional, Social, Spiritual, and Environmental Aspects of Health Into Assessment, Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation Chapter 12: COMPETENCY 10: Demonstrates Nonjudgmental and Unconditional Acceptance of People Different From Self Chapter 13: COMPETENCY 11: Shows Evidence of Commitment to Social Justice, the Greater Good, Reducing Racial and Health Disparities, and Increasing Health Equity Chapter 14: COMPETENCY 12: Demonstrates Leadership in Public Health Nursing Practices With Individuals and Families, Communities, and Systems Chapter 15: COMPETENCY 13: Promotes, Assesses, and Coordinates Population Health at the Individual, Family, Community, and Systems Levels of Practice to Create Healthier Individuals, Families, Populations, and Communities Chapter 16: Putting It All Together: What It Means to Be a Public Health Nurse Part III: Appendices Appendix A: Entry-Level Population-Based Public Health Nursing (PHN) Competencies for the New Graduate or Novice Public Health Nurse Appendix B: Omaha System Appendix C: Chapter 15 Population Health Exemplar Appendix D: Spotlight: Population Health Appendix E: Spotlight: Population Health Outreach ABOUT THE AUTHORS Patricia M. Schoon, DNP, MPH, RN, PHN, is a tenured Associate Professor at Metropolitan State University in St. Paul, Minnesota. She is a founding member of the Henry Street Consortium and has taught nursing and public health for almost 50 years. Carolyn M. Porta, PhD, MPH, RN, PHN, SANE-A, FAAN, FNAP, is an Associate Vice President for Clinical Affairs at the University of Minnesota and a tenured Professor in the School of Nursing. She holds adjunct faculty appointments in the School of Public Health at the University of Minnesota, the Kaohsiung Medical University School of Nursing, and the Manipal Academy of Higher Education School of Nursing.

ISBN10 : 9781646480388 , ISBN13 : 1646480384

Page Number : 783

Dissemination And Implementation Research In Health

Ross C. Brownson Oxford University Press

The ultimate guide to dissemination and implementation research for public health, medicine, and the social sciences In the past twenty years, dissemination and implementation (D&I) research has sought to narrow the gap between the discovery of new knowledge and its application in public health, mental health, and health care settings. The challenges of moving research to practice and policy are universal, and future progress calls for collaborative partnerships and cross-country research. The fundamental tenet of D&I research-taking what we know about improving health and putting it into practice-must be the highest priority. Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health is the definitive roadmap to effecting change in health and science from today's leading D&I researchers. With insights from around the globe, these scholars collectively address key issues in the field including how to evaluate evidence based on effective interventions, how to design an appropriate study, and how to track a set of essential outcomes. Their work has been updated in this third edition with a strong focus on health equity and new chapters on de-implementation, scale-up and sustainment, and training and capacity building. This new edition also focuses on barriers to uptake of evidence-based interventions in the communities where people live their lives and from the social service agencies, hospitals, and clinics where they receive care. Now in its third edition, Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health remains the quintessential guide to making research more consequential for researchers and practitioners in health and the social sciences.

ISBN10 : 9780197660690 , ISBN13 : 019766069X

Page Number : 713

Crime And Social Control In Pandemic Times

Mathieu Deflem Emerald Group Publishing

Theoretically and methodologically diverse, Crime and Social Control in Pandemic Times addresses important questions of crime, punishment, policing, social control, and law in relation to COVID-19.

ISBN10 : 9781803822815 , ISBN13 : 1803822813

Page Number : 219

Fostering Integrity In Research

National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine National Academies Press

The integrity of knowledge that emerges from research is based on individual and collective adherence to core values of objectivity, honesty, openness, fairness, accountability, and stewardship. Integrity in science means that the organizations in which research is conducted encourage those involved to exemplify these values in every step of the research process. Understanding the dynamics that support â€" or distort â€" practices that uphold the integrity of research by all participants ensures that the research enterprise advances knowledge. The 1992 report Responsible Science: Ensuring the Integrity of the Research Process evaluated issues related to scientific responsibility and the conduct of research. It provided a valuable service in describing and analyzing a very complicated set of issues, and has served as a crucial basis for thinking about research integrity for more than two decades. However, as experience has accumulated with various forms of research misconduct, detrimental research practices, and other forms of misconduct, as subsequent empirical research has revealed more about the nature of scientific misconduct, and because technological and social changes have altered the environment in which science is conducted, it is clear that the framework established more than two decades ago needs to be updated. Responsible Science served as a valuable benchmark to set the context for this most recent analysis and to help guide the committee's thought process. Fostering Integrity in Research identifies best practices in research and recommends practical options for discouraging and addressing research misconduct and detrimental research practices.

ISBN10 : 9780309391252 , ISBN13 : 0309391253

Page Number : 327

Creating An Equitable Space For Teaching And Learning

Jaya Singh Taylor & Francis

This book discusses the issues of equity-based education in India and advocates for providing fair and inclusive system of education. It focuses on the practice of democratic education to promote critical thinking and develop problem-solving attitudes among learners in learner-centric classrooms. Offering insightful comments on the contemporary issues related to Education in India, the book underlines the need for teachers to draw from the reforms suggested in the New Education Policy 2020 to ensure equitable learning. It aims to develop teachers’ capacity to identify students’ needs and ensure community participation. The book discusses a range of topics such as holistic assessment, reflexive pedagogy, ICT, innovations in education, and inclusiveness among others. While providing theoretical as well as empirical insights on the approaches needed in classrooms for better learning, it also provides anecdotal evidence and case studies to support equity-based education. The book will be of interest to teachers and researchers of education, vocational education, and teacher education. It will also be useful for educators, educationists, education administrators, Special educators, academicians, policymakers, in-service teachers, teacher educators and teacher trainees.

ISBN10 : 9781000906080 , ISBN13 : 1000906086

Page Number : 211