HEALTH PROMOTION IN NURSING, 3E utilizes a holistic approach that examines the biological, psychological, social, and environmental elements necessary for health and wellness Coverage includes an overview of health promotion concepts and nursing theories, issues of nutrition, physical fitness, weight control, avoiding substance abuse,pre-natal care, the impact of technology as well as wellness strategies that enable patients to maintain healthy lifestyles in the face of grief or terminal illness.. Higher-level theory on wellness' socioeconomic, ethical, and political impact expands the material's scope and relevance. With content directed toward caring for communities and groups, HEALTH PROMOTION IN NURSING, 3E is the resource that nurses of all types and specialties can use for years to come.
Table of Contents
1. Health Promotion: Past, Present, and Future.
2. Nursing Concepts and Health Promotion.
3. Theoretical Foundations of Health Promotion.
4. The Role of the Nurse in Health Promotion.
6. Cultural Considerations.
7. Environmental Factors.
8. The Mind-Body Connection.
9. The Mother, Infant, and Toddler.
10. The Child.
11. The Adolescent and Young Adult.
12. The Middle-Aged Adult.
13. The Older Adult.
14. Health Promotion at End of Life.
15. Enhancing Proper Nutrition.
16. Engaging in Physical Fitness.
17. Controlling Weight.
18. Avoiding Tobacco, Alcohol, and Substance Abuse.
19. Enhancing Holistic Health.
20. Concerns of the Health Professional.
21. Economic and Quality Concerns.
22. Ethical, Legal, and Political Concerns.