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Practicing Primary Health Care In Nursing: Caring For PopulationsAuthors: Marie Truglio-Londrigan, Sandra B. Lewenson
Practicing Primary Health Care in Nursing: Caring for Populations is a new and innovative text that examines the broad definition of “primary health care” and incorporates a nursing perspective with a global and population-based focus. This text presents the enduring relationship that nurses have had in pioneering primary health care with an a population-based, professional and global perspective throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. This text offers nurse educators and nursing education programs a way to broaden their curriculum to encompass the concepts of primary health care and population-based care within their coursework. Each chapter emphasizes the essential role and value that the nursing profession plays in addressing health care in the United Stated both individually and collectively through advocacy and policy work.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 Historical Exemplars in Nursing
2 An Awakening of an Idea: Principles of Primary Health Care in the Declaration of the Alma-Ata
3 Nursing’s Role in Building a Culture of Health
4 Social Justice, Nursing Advocacy, and Health Inequities: A Primary Health Care Perspective
5 The Economics of Caring for Populations: A Primary Health Care Perspective
6 Coalitions, Partnerships, & Shared Decision-making: A PHC Perspective
7 “I told them, leave it alone; it’s OUR Center:” Advocacy and Activism in Primary Health Care
8 Integrated Healthcare Without Walls-Technology-Assisted Primary Health Care
9 Global Nursing: Primary Health Care Perspective In Caring for Populations
10 Culturally Sensitive Primary Health Care Interventions: Three Exemplars
11 Community-Based Participatory Research and Primary Health Care: Working with the People