5 edition of Epidemiology, nursing, and healthcare found in the catalog.
Epidemiology, nursing, and healthcare
Includes bibliographical references (p. 213-232) and index.
|LC Classifications||RA652 .M85 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 240 p. :|
|Number of Pages||240|
Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Epidemiology for Advanced Nursing Practice guides graduate-level nursing students to understand the basic concepts of epidemiology while gaining and applying statistical conceptual skills. Focusing on the importance of disease prevention and community-centered migration, this text helps students expand their knowledge base while enhancing practical application skills and stimulating research.
community health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, articulated seven uses for epidemiology.1 (Refer to Figure 2–1.) These uses include one group related to health status and health services and another set related to disease etiology. The first part of this chapter covers applications in health status and health services. The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing · August · Vol 40, No 8 A continuing education program for nurses in public health and community-based organizations was provided to increase their epidemiological knowledge and skills for application to nursing practice. The sys-tematic analysis, interpretation, and use of health data.
May 15, · Social epidemiology and the analysis of health inequities. Currently, epidemiology constitutes an emerging field with an enormous potential to generate improvements in public heath, for it becomes evident that social factors and group dynamics affect the health status. Understanding the biological phenomenon related to disease is Cited by: 1. Page 2 Principles of Epidemiology Introduction The word epidemiology comes from the Greek words epi, meaning “on or upon,” demos, meaning “people,” and logos, meaning “the study of.”Many definitions have been proposed, but the following definition captures the underlying principles and the public health .
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Topics covered include: * Essential principles, concepts and research designs in epidemiology * The developing relationship between epidemiology and nursing * A critical appraisal of disease, illness, sickness and health * Healthcare statistics and their political and nursing dimensions * Epidemiology and healthcare planning * The application of Cited by: 5.
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This book explores epidemiology, nursing knowledge base, ideology and. Epidemiology, nursing, and healthcare: a new perspective. [Anne Mulhall] -- Gives the essential principles, concepts and research designs in epidemiology; the developing relationship between epidemilogy and nursing, critical appraisal of disease, illness, sickness and.
This book explores epidemiology, its knowledge base, ideology and practice. Topics covered include: principles, Epidemiology and research designs in epidemiology; the developing relationship between epidemiology and nursing; and a critical appraisal of disease, illness, sickness and health.
ABOUT THIS BOOK The purpose of this book is to explore epidemiology, its knowledge base, ideology and practice in a nursing context. The book may be read in its entirety, or separate chapters may be consulted as required. However, the text does follow a logical sequence in situating epidemi.
With real-life examples throughout, the book avoids complex statistical formulations and is an invaluable resource for intermediate students and practicing epidemiologists who wish to expand their knowledge of epidemiology and its role in the medical and public health sciences.
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Mar 15, · The specialty area of management of health care quality draws heavily on epidemiology because the two have a common goal—improving the health status of the population.
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community health nursing lecture notes, epidemiological methods, epidemiology in community health nursing EPIDEMIOLOGICAL METHODS The origin of epidemiology has been traced back to Hippocrates ( BC) who tried to explain the association of life style and environmental factors with occurrence of disease.
An Introduction to Public Health and Epidemiology is key reading for students of public health and healthcare professionals, including: nurses, doctors, community development workers and public health workers. Susan Carr is Reader in the Health Improvement Research Programme, Community.
Background: Epidemiological research is seen by many to have immense value in helping to determine the health of populations and in helping to plan and determine health service policy. Despite this Author: Dean Whitehead.
* Elsevier is a leading publisher of health science books and journals, helping to advance medicine by delivering superior education, reference information and decision support tools to doctors, nurses, health practitioners and students. Epidemiology is the study of health in populations to understand the causes and patterns of health and illness.
The Epidemiology Program, a research division of VA's Office of Patient Care Services, conducts research studies and surveillance (the collection and analysis of data) on the health of Veterans.
The focus is primarily on Veterans who served in combat deployments and those who use. May 19, · Rev. of: Epidemiology in nursing and health care. 2nd ed. c Includes bibliographical references and indexPages: EPIDEMIOLOGY IN NURSING PRACTICE describes the relationship between epidemiologic principles and nursing practice while clearly and concisely defining essential terminology.
Key topics include a comparison of the epidemiologic process with the nursing process, the spectrum of health and disability, descriptive epidemiology, analytical epidemiology, epidemiology of both infectious and.
Medical and Veterinary Entomology is a comprehensive text and is primarily intended for graduate students and upper level undergraduates studying the medical and veterinary significance of insects and related arthropods. The book will also appeal to a larger audience, specialists. Ideally suited for students on a professional public health track seeking to increase their understanding of the organization and activities of health departments, the text also surveys the variety of public health careers including administration, environmental and occupational health, nursing, epidemiology.
Epidemiology: An Introduction. ideal for many of the health-related areas that interest nursing and midwifery researchers. of definition of epidemiology is absent from books on. The purpose of this book is to explain and illustrate the key concepts which underpin the science of epidemiology and its applications to research, policy making, health service planning and health promotion.
The book emphasizes theory, ideas, and epidemiological axioms. In doing this I hope to counter the mounting criticism that.A number of other fields – medicine, nursing, dentistry, pharmacy, demography, sociology, health Time line for the history of public health and epidemiology.
Antiquity Concepts of health closely tied to religion (e.g., Old Testament) The entire health care delivery system has been transformed through the rise of managed care.Feb 10, · Objectives. Epidemiology is often described as ‘the science of public health’.
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