Community & Public Health Nursing 10th Edition Rector Test Bank
Community & Public Health Nursing 10th Edition Rector Test Bank

Community & Public Health Nursing 10th Edition Rector Test Bank


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  • ISBN-13: 978-1975123048
    ISBN-10: 1975123042
  • Format: PDF 
  • Status: In Stock
  • Language: English
  • Authors: Cherie Rector, Mary Jo Stanley
  • Publisher: LWW

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Community & Public Health Nursing 10th Edition Rector Test Bank:

Community and Public Health Nursing: Promoting the Public’s Health, 10th Edition by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins is designed to cater to the learning needs of contemporary students, presenting a comprehensive overview of population-focused care. The text is easy to understand and incorporates various visually appealing elements, such as infographics, real-life examples, and case studies to enhance students’ foundational knowledge of public health principles and evidence-based practice. The 10th edition emphasizes the relevance of population-focused tools and interventions to acute care, community, and public health settings, equipping students with the necessary skills and understanding to promote health, prevent disease, and safeguard vulnerable populations.

The updated edition provides extensive coverage of various community and public settings, situations, and populations, including older adults, homeless populations, veterans, refugees, and the LGBTQ community. The book has been revised and reorganized to introduce students to the most significant public health issues and enable them to deliver optimal nursing care in any setting they choose.

Table of Contents

  • Unit 1—Foundations of Community/Public Health Nursing 
    • Chapter 1 The Journey Begins: Introduction  
    • Chapter 2 Public Health Nursing in the Community  
    • Chapter 3 History and Evolution of Public Health Nursing  
    • Chapter 4 Evidence-Based Practice and Ethics in Community/Public Health 
    • Chapter 5 Transcultural Nursing  
  • Unit 2—Public Health Essentials 
    • Chapter 6 Structure and Economics of Community/Public Health Services  
    • Chapter 7 Epidemiology in the Community 
    • Chapter 8 Communicable Disease   
    • Chapter 9 Environmental Health & Safety 
  • Unit 3—Community /Public Health Nursing Toolbox 
    • Chapter 10 Communication, Collaboration, and Technology  
    • Chapter 11 Health Promotion Through Education  
    • Chapter 12 Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating Community/Public Health Programs  
    • Chapter 13 Policy Making and Advocacy  


  • Unit 4 — The Health of Our Population 
    • Chapter 14 Family as Client  
    • Chapter 15 Community as Client  
    • Chapter 16 Global Health Nursing  
    • Chapter 17 Disasters and Their Impact  
    • Chapter 18 Violence & Abuse  
  • Unit 5—Aggregate Populations 
    • Chapter 19 Maternal-Child Health 
    • Chapter 20 School-Age Children and Adolescents  
    • Chapter 21 Adult Health  
    • Chapter 22 Older Adults 
  • Unit 6—Vulnerable Populations 
    • Chapter 23 Working with Vulnerable Populations  
    • Chapter 24 Clients with Disabilities  
    • Chapter 25 Behavioral Health in the Community 
    • Chapter 26 Homeless Populations  
    • Chapter 27 Rural, Migrant, and Urban Health Care  
  • Unit 7—Settings for Community/Public Health Nursing 
    • Chapter 28 Public Settings  
    • Chapter 29 Private Settings  
    • Chapter 30 Home Health and Hospice Care  
  • Appendix Quad Council Tier 1 Community/Public Health Nursing Competencies

Sample - Community & Public Health Nursing - The Journey Begins: Introduction  

Chapter 1

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