eBook Encyclopedia Of Family Health, 1st Edition

  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1412994071
  • ISBN-13: 9781412994071
  • DDC: 610
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1144 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released April 2012
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011
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Overview

Including entries from disciplines across the social sciences, this two-volume set provides coverage of a variety of issues related to the theory, research, practice and policy of health within a family context.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader’s Guide.
About the Editors.
Contributors.
Introduction.
The Relationship of Family to Health: Historical Overview.
1: Abortion Experienced by Childbearing Couples.
2: Access to Health Care: Child Health.
3: Access to Health Care: Elderly.
4: Access to Health Care: Uninsured.
5: Acute Care/Hospitalization of Family Members.
6: Acute Health Problems and Interventions for the Childrearing Family.
7: Acute Health Problems and Interventions for the Midlife Family.
8: Addition of Family Members Through Marriage.
9: Adolescent Counseling.
10: Adoption Experiences for Infertile Couples.
11: Adult Child Returning Home.
12: Adult Child with Disability: Planning for by Parents.
13: Adult Children Living at Home.
14: Adult with Disability Living at Home.
15: Adults with Childhood-Acquired Conditions.
16: Advance Directives and the Family.
17: Advocacy for Families.
18: Affect Management and the Family.
19: African American Families: Perspectives of Health.
20: Aging and Shifting Roles in Families.
21: Alcohol Addictions in the Family.
22: Allergies and the Family.
23: Alzheimer’s Disease: An Overview of Family Issues in.
24: Alzheimer’s Disease: Caregiver Burden.
25: Alzheimer ’s Disease and Communication.
26: American Indian Families: Perspectives of Health.
27: Americans with Disabilities Act and the Family.
28: Animal-Assisted Therapy and the Family.
29: Anorexia and Family Dynamics.
30: Asian Families: Perspectives of Health.
31: Assessing Family Health.
32: Assisted Living Placement.
33: Asthma Family Issues: Prevention and Control.
34: Asynchronous Development Between Partners.
35: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Family Involvement and Management.
36: Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and the Family.
37: Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Family.
38: Babysitting and the Family.
39: Bereavement and Perinatal Loss in Childbearing Families.
40: Biopsychosocial Theoretical Perspectives of Family Systems.
41: Bipolar Disorders and the Family.
42: Birth Defects and the Family.
43: Birth Order of Children in Families.
44: Blindness and the Family.
45: Buddhism’s Influence on Health in the Family.
46: Bulimia and Family Dynamics.
47: Bullying and the Family.
48: Cancer in the Family.
49: Cancer Survivorship and the Family.
50: Caregivers of Adults with Developmental Disabilities.
51: Caregiving: Adults with Developmental Disabilities.
52: Caregiving: Elderly.
53: Caregiving: Infants.
54: Caregiving: Partners/Spouses.
55: Case Management For Chronic Illness/Disability And The Family.
56: Cerebral Palsy and the Family.
57: Changes in Family Structure.
58: Changes in Family Structure, Roles.
59: Changing Family and Health Demographics.
60: Changing Views of Marriage, Home Responsibilities, and Caregiving.
61: Child Beginning School.
62: Child Emotional Abuse and the Family.
63: Child Neglect and the Family.
64: Child Physical Abuse and the Family.
65: Child Sexual Abuse and the Family.
66: Childbirth by Childbearing Couples: Reported Meanings.
67: Childlessness.
68: Childproofing Medications and Dangerous Agents.
69: Children’s Health: Dental Development.
70: Chiropractic Care for Families.
71: Christianity ’s Influence on Health in the Family.
72: Chronic Health Problems and Interventions for the Childrearing Family.
73: Chronic Health Problems and Interventions for the Elderly Family.
74: Chronic Health Problems and Interventions for the Midlife Family.
75: Chronic Illness and Family Management Styles.
76: Cigarettes, Smoking, and Secondhand Smoke and Family Health.
77: Clarifying Family as Context of Care and Family as Focus of Care in Family Health.
78: Cocaine Exposure and the Neonate.
79: College Transition for Families.
80: Communicable Disease: Adult and Elderly.
81: Communicable Disease: Children.
82: Communication in Families related to Health and Illness.
83: Community Resources for Families related to Health.
84: Community Services Supporting Health.
85: Community Violence Exposure and Family Health.
86: Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
87: Complicated Grief.
88: Computerized Records and Family Health Care Information.
89: Conflict in Family Life, Role and Management of.
90: Constructionist Family Theoretical Perspectives.
91: Contraception in Childbearing Couples.
92: Coparenting: Children.
93: Coping Management Styles in Families.
94: Cord Blood Banking and the Childbearing Family.
95: Costs of Medical Care and Existing National, State, and Private Pay Avenues for Families.
96: Critical Theory and Family Health.
97: Culturagram Use With Culturally Diverse Families.
98: Cultural Attitude Toward Help Seeking and Beliefs About Illness in Families.
99: Cystic Fibrosis and the Family.
100: Deaf and Hearing Families.
101: Death: Ambiguous Feelings Related to Loss.
102: Death and the Grieving Process in Families.
103: Death from Unnatural Causes: Drug Overdose.
104: Death from Unnatural Causes: Homicides, Drive-By Shootings.
105: Death from Unnatural Causes: Injuries.
106: Death from Unnatural Causes: Poisoning.
107: Death Rituals in Families.
108: Decision Making in the Context of Health and Illness.
109: Defining Family: An Overview of Family Definitions from a Historical Perspective.
110: Depression in the Family.
111: Developmental Assessment Scales.
112: Developmental Care of Preterm Infants and the Childbearing Family.
113: Developmental Transitions in Families.
114: Diabetes, Type 1, and the Family.
115: Diabetes, Type 2, and the Family.
116: Dietary and Exercise Patterns in Families.
117: Disabilities and Family Management.
118: Discharge Teaching for Families Taking a Family Member Home from an Acute Care Setting.
119: Divorce: Effect on Children or the Family.
120: Divorce: Loss of Family Members.
121: Divorce and Child Custody.
122: Down Syndrome and the Family.
123: Drinking by Underage Family Members.
124: Drug Addictions in the Family.
125: Early Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment Program for Low-Income Children.
126: Ecomaps for Families.
127: Economic Downturn and Families.
128: Economics as it Relates to Family Health.
129: Educating the Family Regarding Chronic Physical Illness.
130: Educating the Family Regarding Serious Mental Illness.
131: Education of Child Life Providers in Family Health.
132: Education of Health Care Providers: WHO Family Health Nurses.
133: Education of Medical Health Care Providers in Family Health.
134: Education of Nursing Health Care Providers in Family Health.
135: Education of Occupational Health Providers in Family Health.
136: Education of Physical Therapists in Family Health.
137: Education of Recreational Therapy Providers in Family Health.
138: Elder Care Options for Families: Long-Term Care.
139: Elder Emotional Abuse and the Family.
140: Elder Neglect and the Family.
141: Elder Physical Abuse and the Family.
142: Elder Sexual Abuse and the Family.
143: Electronic Health Record and Family Health Information.
144: Emergency Care Use by Families.
145: Employment/Unemployment and Family Health Insurance Coverage.
146: Ethnic/Racial Influences in Families.
147: Exercise Promotion and Fitness.
148: Factors Influencing Access to Health Care for Families.
149: Factors Influencing Family Health Values, Beliefs, and Priorities.
150: Families: The Basic Unit of Societies.
151: Families Experiencing a Child’s Illness.
152: Families Experiencing Chronic Physical and Mental Health Conditions.
153: Family Adherence to Health Care Regimen.
154: Family Caregiving: Caring for Children, Adults, and Elders with Developmental Disabilities.
155: Family Conflict Related to Caregiving.
156: Family Emotional Climate and Mental Health.
157: Family Experiencing Transitions.
158: Family Health Maintenance.
159: Family Health Perspectives.
160: Family Interventions Across the Life Span.
161: Family Interviews.
162: Family Pediatric Adherence to Health Care Regimen.
163: Family Secrets in Family Therapy.
164: Family Self-Management.
165: Family Therapy.
166: Family Transitions and Ambiguous Loss.
167: Fetal Alcohol Exposure and Family Health.
168: Fictive Kin Relationships.
169: First Aid and the Family.
170: Food Allergies and Family Experiences.
171: Foster Care Emancipation.
172: Foster Care for Minors.
173: Fragile X Syndrome and the Family.
174: Gambling Addictions in the Family.
175: Genetic Conditions, Communication in Families.
176: Genetic Conditions, Experiences of Families During the Prediagnosis and Diagnosis Phases of.
177: Genetic Discoveries, New: Health Information in Families Derived Through.
178: Genetic Family Histories.
179: Genetic Information and Family Interviews.
180: Genetic Research Findings and Disease Management for Families.
181: Genetic Research Findings and Family Health.
182: Genetics: The Family Pedigree.
183: Genetics and Family Health.
184: Genograms and the Family.
185: Grandparenting.
186: Grandparents Parenting.
187: Grief Work Facilitation.
188: Guardianship/Conservatorship.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
1: Health Care or Medical Home.
2: Health Care Reforms, Current and Projected Future Reforms and their Benefits for Families.
3: Health Care Transition Planning.
4: Health Management in Families.
5: Health Needs of Childbearing Families.
6: Health Needs of Childrearing Families.
7: Health System Options for Families.
8: Health-Related Accommodations.
9: Health-Seeking Behavior in Families.
10: Heart Disease and the Family.
11: Hinduism ’s Influence on Health in the Family.
12: HIPAA: Privacy Laws and the Family.
13: Hispanic/Latino Families: Perspectives of Health.
14: History of Families.
15: HIV/AIDS and Influence on Family Structure and Roles.
16: Home Care.
17: Home Environment Assessment for Families.
18: Home Environments and their Relationship to Safety.
19: Home Remedies.
20: Homeless Families.
21: Hospice Care.
22: Hospitalization and Family Presence.
23: Huntington’s Disease and the Family.
24: Hypertension and the Family.
25: Illegal Alien Status and Family Health.
26: Immigrant Families.
27: Immigration Status and Family Health.
28: Immunizations and Vaccinations.
29: Incest in Families.
30: Influence of Close Relationships on Health.
31: Influence of Policy on Health Care for Families.
32: Informed Consent Issues in Family Health Research.
33: Injury Prevention for Infants and Children Family Members.
34: Injury Prevention for the Elderly Family Member.
35: Integrative Medicine and Health Care Settings.
36: Intellectual Disability in the Family.
37: Islam’s Influence on Health in the Family.
38: Job Loss Transition for Families.
39: Judaism’s Influence on Health in the Family.
40: Kinship Care.
41: Last Child Leaving Home.
42: Lead Poisoning and the Family.
43: Learning Disabilities in the Family.
44: Life Span: Care Coordination for Chronic Illness/Disabilities And The Family.
45: Lifestyle Changes and Family Health.
46: Life-Threatening Experiences, Support for the Family.
47: Life-Threatening Illness and the Family.
48: Long-Term Care Facilities for Families.
49: Managed Care.
50: Managing Work and Family Responsibilities in the Age of Increased Technology.
51: Marriage and Family Therapy for Families.
52: Maternal Lactation.
53: Medicaid and Family Health.
54: Medicare and Family Health.
55: Men’s Health.
56: Mental Health Assessment for Families.
57: Moving, Effect on the Family.
58: Multiple Sclerosis and the Family.
59: Muscular Dystrophy and the Family.
60: Music and Family Health.
61: Natural Disasters, Destruction of Family Home During.
62: Navigating the U.S. Educational System When a Child has Special Needs.
63: Newborn Screening for Families.
64: Nonmarital Childbearing.
65: Nutrition and Nutrition Promotion for Families.
66: Obesity, Weight Problems, and Healthy Weight for Families.
67: Oncological Radiation Process in the Family.
68: Optimal Healing Environments for Families.
69: Outpatient Mental Health Care for Families.
70: Pain Management in the Home.
71: Palliative Care and the Family.
72: Parental Abandonment.
73: Parental Attachment.
74: Parenting.
75: Partnering with Families: Family-Centered Care.
76: Pediatric Primary Care for the Family.
77: Pharmacotherapy in the Context of Family for Acute Mental Illness.
78: Pharmacotherapy in the Context of Family for Chronic Mental Illness.
79: Pharmacotherapy in the Context of Family for Chronic/Terminal Physical Illness.
80: Postpartum Depression.
81: Poverty, Children in, and Health Care.
82: Power of Attorney.
83: Preconceptual Counseling for Childbearing Couples.
84: Prediction of Genetic Health Problems in Family Members.
85: Premature Infant in the Childbearing Family.
86: Prenatal Surgery and the Family.
87: Problem Solving in the Context of Health and Illness.
88: Psychiatric Medication for Families.
89: Psychoeducational Interventions for Families.
90: Psychological Theories Related to Family Health.
91: Qualitative Methods and Data Analysis in Family Health Research.
92: Quantitative Methods and Data Analysis in Family Health Research.
93: Rape and the Family.
94: Recreation in Family Health.
95: Refugees and Family Health.
96: Rehabilitation Act.
97: Religious/Spiritual Influences on Health in the Family.
98: Remarriage and Step-families.
99: Research Designs and Data Analysis Methods Used for Family Health Research.
100: Research Perspectives Used for the Study of Families.
101: Resilience in Families with Health Challenges.
102: Resources for Families During Life-Threatening Illnesses.
103: Respite Care.
104: Resuscitation, Family Presence During.
105: Retirement.
106: Risk Perception Based on Family Health History.
107: Rituals, Routines, and their Influence on Health in Families.
108: Role of Families in Health Promotion.
109: Roles and Functions of Families: Divorce.
110: Roles of Health Care Providers for Families, Current.
111: Roles of Health Care Providers for Families, Emerging.
112: Same-Sex Partner Rights.
113: Schizophrenia and the Family.
114: School Nursing and the Health of Families.
115: Selecting Adult Day Services.
116: Selecting Child Care for Children.
117: Selecting Health Care for Families with Children and Youth.
118: Selecting Long-Term Care Placement for Family Members.
119: Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the Family.
120: Shaken Baby Syndrome in Childbearing Families.
121: Sibling Conflict.
122: Sibling Death/Loss.
123: Sibling Physical Abuse.
124: Siblings of Ill Children.
125: Sickle Cell Disease and the Family.
126: Social Security.
127: Social Support Systems for the Family.
128: Socioeconomic Status of Families.
129: Sociological Theories of Families.
130: Spina Bifida and the Family.
131: Sport-Related Accidents and Injuries and the Family.
132: Spouse/Domestic Partner Physical Abuse.
133: Standardized Languages Use in the Health Care of Families.
134: Stress Management Theory and Techniques in Families.
135: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in Childrearing Families.
136: Suicide in the Family.
137: Systems Supporting Family Health.
138: Teen Pregnancy.
139: Theoretical Perspectives Related to the Family.
140: Therapeutic Play and the Family.
141: Types of Family Provider Relationships.
142: United States Military Families, Disruptions.
143: Verbal Abuse in Families.
144: War and Families.
145: Welfare Benefits and Family Health.
146: Women’s Health.
147: Youth Violence Prevention in the Family.
Appendix: Resource Guide.
Index.