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Community Health Nursing: Advocacy for Population Health (5th Edition)
by:Mary Jo Clark Ph.D. RN
Mary Jo Clark's Community Health Nursing: Advocacy for Population Health (5th Edition), ISBN 9780131709829 serves as a relatable text that places particular focus on the world of community health nursing in relation to particular populations, settings and community health problems. With a world ever-changing in its need for community health services, now...
Mary Jo Clark's Community Health Nursing: Advocacy for Population Health (5th Edition), ISBN 9780131709829 serves as a relatable text that places particular focus on the world of community health nursing in relation to particular populations, settings and community health problems. With a world ever-changing in its need for community health services, now more than ever, the topic of community health nursing is a must and this text serves as a wonderful introduction to the field. Mary Jo Clark is an expert in the field of community nursing thanks to a myriad of educational and professional experiences. Clark, PhD., RN, and PHN has over 40 years of experience in practicing and teaching community health nursing. With a stint as a U.S. Peace Corps volunteer in Vita, India she learned about community health nursing firsthand. After returning to the U.S., Clark served as a Public Health Nurse with the Los Angeles County Department of Health Services then later went on to become a pediatric nurse practitioner. She began teaching community health nursing at East Tennessee University and later at the Medical College of Georgia. Clark has made a name for herself in the community nursing world and has incorporated her own experiences in community health nursing in the U.S. and internationally to provide a strong foundation in this book. Clark craftily organizes the contents of Community Health Nursing: Advocacy for Population Health (5th Edition) into 5 units across 32 chapters. Unit I focuses on 'The Context for Community Health Nursing' followed by unit II which introduces 'Approaches to Community Health Nursing.' 'Unit III devotes itself to the 'Care of Special Populations' while unit IV delves into the 'Care of Populations in Specialized Settings.' Finally, unit V presents 'Population Health Issues.'
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