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Health Promotion in Nursing Practice Paperback – 15 Jun 2001


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HEALTH PROMOTION IN NURSING PRACTICE, 4/E

Whether you're an undergraduate or graduate nursing student or a nurse practitioner, Health Promotion in Nursing Practice, 4/e offers comprehensive coverage of the nurse's role in the promotion of healthful lifestyles and the prevention of disease. Included are analyses of various definitions of health, clear-cut models for understanding health promotion, and effective assessment tools and strategies. All nurses can assist individuals and families establish healthier lifestyles. This text is the tool that outlines how.

New to the Fourth Edition!

  • Healthy People 2001: Featured throughout the text are relevant, day-to-day examples.
  • Directions for Practice: This special section at the end of each chapter provides practical examples for application.
  • Expanded focus: New coverage includes discussions of vulnerable populations and questions of how health disparities can be eliminated.

Other Titles of Interest
Murray, Health Promotion through the Life Span, 7/e 0-8385-3688-3
Fontaine/Cleary, Healing Practices 0-8385-0385-3

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Health Promotion in Nursing Practice 1 May 2013
By Leslie D. - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this book in a Kindle edition. When I saw the sample of the book that was provided before I purchased it, I thought it would be fine. It was easy to read. However when I purchased this book as a Kindle, the font is too small to see, and the option to adjust or change the font to a larger size is not available for this book. I thought buying the Kindle edition was a good idea, but it was not.

I would not recommend buying this book in the Kindle form.
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Public policy textbook 3 Jan. 2014
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Good for the class you will need it in. Limited use outside of class unless you plan to do research.
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Great resource! 31 Dec. 2013
By ATB - Published on Amazon.com
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This nursing textbook was required for my first class in my MSN program. What a great resource providing multifacet methods in providing health promotion and prevention for multicultural populations within all different age groups! Truly thought provoking information that will be forever used in practice! Thank you for such an intense and informational resource! Despite the hereditary factor, as a community we can continue to implement healthy living through promotion and prevention education to decrease the likelihood of disease to occur.
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Nurses promote health 22 Mar. 2014
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good reviews of several health promotion models that are helpful for planning intervention studies for community or individual health promotion.
Excellent Purchase; Book condition was as stated 6 May 2014
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I purchased a damaged book at a discount price and it was just a stated... Cover damaged, but content of book in very good condition.I'm not disappointed at all and would gladly purchase from this vender again!
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