For BSN and MSN courses in health promotion or supplemental to community nursing courses. Baccalaureate and graduate nursing students alike will find this fifth edition of Health Promotion in Nursing Practice an essential resource for their study of health promotion and disease prevention. As the world's focus on the promotion of healthfulness continues to grow, nursing students will feel confident armed with this text's strategies for building healthy lifestyles, health communities, and health environments. Health Promotion in Nursing Practice, Fifth Edition is the visionary text that will assist students as they look to excel in their health promotion careers.
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: The Challenges of the 21st Century PART I. The Human Quest for Health 1. Toward a Definition of Health 2. Individual Models to Promote Health Behavior 3. Community Models to Promote Health PART II. Health Promotion in Diverse Populations 4. Assessing Health and Health Behaviors 5. Developing a Health Promotion --Prevention Plan PART III. Intervention for Health Promotion and Prevention 6. Interventions for Health Promotion and Prevention 7. Diet, Nutrition, Prevention and Health Promotion 8. Stress Management and Health Promotion 9. Social Support and Health PART IV. Evaluating the Effectiveness of Health Promotion 10. Measuring Outcomes of Health Promotion and Prevention Interventions 11. Evaluating Individual and Community Interventions PART V. Health Promotion in Diverse Populations 12. Self-Care for Health Promotion Across the Life Span 13. Health Promotion in Vulnerable Populations PART VI. Approaches for Promoting a Healthier Society 14. Health Promotion in Community Settings 15. Promoting Health through Social and Environmental Change