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lt;p>'An extremely popular and valuable resource to students, practitioners and managers in community health care nursing' - Journal of Advanced Nursing

The fifth edition of Community and Public Health Nursing is an essential source of information for all those working in primary and community healthcare.  Comprehensive and accessible, it draws on the knowledge of a wide range of experts and conveys all the information and skills nurses working in modern primary care settings require. It includes material on policy developments, research perspectives, health visiting, practice and district nursing, team working, advanced nursing practice, non-medical prescribing, inter-professional practice, and user involvement.

  • New edition of the definitive textbook on community healthcare nursing
  • Covers learning disability nursing, caring for patients with mental health conditions, and community children’s nursing and school nursing
  • Written by experts in the field – providing authority and insight
  • Thorough, comprehensive, and up-to-date with the latest policy guidelines

Community and Public Health Nursing is an invaluable resource for novice and experienced practitioners, and for all healthcare professionals who work in the primary care and community setting, including practice nurses, nurse practitioners, district nurses, community staff nurses, health visitors, school nurses, walk-in centre nurses and sexual health nurses.



David Sines is Professor of Community Healthcare Nursing and Pro Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean for the Faculty of Society and Health at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Sharon Aldridge-Bent is Senior Lecturer in Community Health Care Nursing at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Agnes Fanning is Head of Academic Department of Primary Care and Public Health at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Penny Farrelly is a Senior Lecturer in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Kate Potter is Senior Lecturer in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Jane Wright is a Senior Lecturer in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.



Autorentext

David Sines is Professor of Community Healthcare Nursing and Pro Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean for the Faculty of Society and Health at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Sharon Aldridge-Bent is Senior Lecturer in Community Health Care Nursing at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Agnes Fanning is Head of Academic Department of Primary Care and Public Health at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Penny Farrelly is a Senior Lecturer in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Kate Potter is Senior Lecturer in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Jane Wright is a Senior Lecturer in Specialist Community Public Health Nursing at Buckinghamshire New University, Buckinghamshire, UK.



Inhalt
Notes on Contributors xii

1 The context of primary healthcare nursing 1

The changing context of service provision 1

The changing face of the community healthcare workforce 4

The primary care vision for the next decade 8

The impact of primary care policy changes on the role of the primary care nurse 14

The scope of primary care nursing practice within the context of a changing workforce 15

Conclusion 19

2 Community Development and Building Capacity 22

Introduction 22

The current context for community development practice 23

Defining the terms 24

Defining community 24

Defining social capital 25

Defining empowerment 26

Defining capacity building 27

Defining community development 27

Defining community engagement 28

The role of community health professionals 29

Conclusion 34

3 Multi-Sector Working and Self-Management, Community Health Care 37

Introduction 37

Context for multi-sector working in the United Kingdom 38

Key drivers for multi-agency working 41

Examples of multi-sector working and self-management initiatives 43

Dementia 44

Obesity 45

Asthma 47

Concluding reflections 48

4 Moving Care Closer to Home 53

Hospital provision: A brief history of the last 50 years 53

Health care: What does it mean? 58

Selective definitions of health 58

Universal definitions of health 59

Caring and nursing: Where are we now? 61

Nursing at the interface between paid and unpaid care 63

Public health and care closer to home 65

Conclusion 68

5 Evidence-Based Practice and Translational Research Applied to Primary Health Care 71

Introduction 71

Evidence-based practice 72

Designing the study 73

Translational research 73

Overview 73

Experiments, randomised controlled trials and quasi-experiments 74

Health impact assessments 75

Surveys 76

Case studies 77

Different methodologies and methods give you new insights 77

Participatory approaches for community research 78

Participatory appraisal 78

Data collection methods 79

Data management, analysis and interpretation 79

A multi-method evaluation of a clinical educational innovation 80

Example of PA 81

General research issues 81

Validity, reliability and generalisability 81

Presentation and dissemination 82

The internet or world wide web (www) 83

Research proposals 83

Ethical issues 84

IRAS 85

The NHS research passport 85

Ethics committees 86

Conclusion 87

Acknowledgments 88

Further reading 88

Journals 88

Ethics 89

Funding 89

Statutory body 89

6 Integrating the Children's Public Health Workforce 91

Introduction 91

Health indicators 92

The policy context 95

The role of the specialist community public health nurse 97

The HCP 97

Delivering the HCP 101

Pregnancy and the first 5 years of life 101

The recommended schedule: pregnancy (Universal Services) 101

The recommended schedule: pregnancy progressive services (Universal Plus and Universal Partnership Plus) 102

The recommended schedule: birth to 6 months (Universal) 102

The recommended schedule: birth to 6 months (progressive services) (Universal Plus and Universal Partnership Plus) 102

Recommended schedule: 6 months to 1 year (Universal) 103

Recommended schedule: 6 months to 1 year (progressive services) (Universal Plus and Universal Partnership Plus) 103

Recommended schedule: 15 years (Universal Services) 103

Recommended schedule: 15 years (progressive services) (Universal Plus and Universal Partnership Plus) 103

The recommended schedule: 511 years (Universal Services) 104

The recommended schedule: 511 years (progressive services) (Universal Plus and Universal Partnership Plus) 104

Recommended schedule from 11 to 16 years (Universal Services) 105

Recommended schedule from 11 to 16 years: progressive services (Universal Plus and Universal Partnership Plus) 106

Recommended schedule: 1619 years (Universal Services) 106

Recommended schedule: 1619 years (progressive services) (Universal Plus and Universal Partnership Plus) 107

The practitioner's role in safeguarding and child protection 108

The practitioner role in improving emotional health and well-being 109

Conclusion: future development and challenges for practice 110

7 Community Children's Nursing 113

Introduction 113

Early days 114

The NHS 115

NHS at home: Community children's nursing services 118

Children with acute and short-term conditions 119<...

Produktinformationen

Titel: Community and Public Health Nursing
Editor:
EAN: 9781118426883
ISBN: 978-1-118-42688-3
Format: E-Book (epub)
Herausgeber: Wiley-Blackwell
Genre: Pflege
Anzahl Seiten: 368
Veröffentlichung: 12.09.2013
Jahr: 2013
Auflage: 5. Aufl.
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 0.9 MB