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Mary De Chesnay; Barbara A Anderson
|ISBN:||9781449635923 144963592X 9781449603984 144960398X|
|Description:||xxi, 590 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Vulnerable populations: vulnerable people / Mary de Chesnay --
Advocacy role of providers / Mary de Chesnay and Vanessa Robinson-Dooley --
Cultural competence and resilience / Mary de Chesnay, Patricia Hart, and Jane Brannan --
Social justice in nursing: a review of the literature / Doris M. Boutain --
Low literacy and vulnerable clients / Toni Vezeau --
Nursing theories applied to vulnerable populations: examples from Turkey / Behice Erci --
Culturally competent care for South Pacific Islanders / Karen Joines and Mary de Chesnay --
Theories of mothering and HIV-infected mothers / Tommie Nelms --
Giving voice to vulnerable populations: Rogerian theory / Sarah Hall Gueldner, Geraldine R. Britton and Susan Terwilliger --
Application of the Barnard parent/caregiver-child interaction model to care of premature infants / Danuta Wojnar --
The utility of Leininger's culture care theory with vulnerable populations / Rick Zoucha --
Positive skills, positive strategies: solution-focused nursing / Margaret McAllister --
Using self-efficacy theory to help vulnerable women breastfeed / Janet L. Engstrom and Paula P. Meier --
Research with vulnerable populations / Mary de Chesnay [and others] --
Sample qualitative research proposal: childhood obesity in Latino families / Nicole Mareno --
Sample quantitative research proposal: effect of video-based education on knowledge and perceptions of risk for breast cancer genes BRCA1 and BRCA2 in urban Latina populations / Janice B. Flynn and Janice Long --
Mobile clinics as outreach to the underserved / Mary de Chesnay and Heather Payne --
Life histories: affluent adolescents and substance abuse / Mary de Chesnay [and others] --
Staying with HIV/AIDS: a compressed ethnography of Zambian women / Terra Grandmason --
Health systems and human resources for health: new dimensions in global health nursing / Capt. Patricia L. Riley --
The use of community-based participatory research to understand and work with vulnerable populations / Ellen Olshansky --
Immigrant vulnerability: does capitalism in the United States matter? / Jenny Hsin-Chun Tsai --
Predisposition to non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus among former-Soviet Union immigrants / Nataly Pasumansky --
Barriers to healthcare access for Latino service workers in a resort community / Caroline Cogan --
Navy nurses: vulnerable people caring for vulnerable populations / Capt. Mary Ann White --
Ethics of end-of-life care / Lois R. Robley --
The Samfie man revisited: sex tourism and trafficking / Mary de Chesnay --
Developing population-based programs for the vulnerable / Anne Watson Bongiorno and Mary de Chesnay --
Childhood autism in a rural environment: reaching vulnerable children and their families / Ellyn Cavanagh --
Developing a nurse practitioner-run center for residents in rural Appalachia / Joyce M. Knestrick and Mona M. Counts --
Strategies for working with individuals with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder: lessons learned in Alaska / Marilyn Piece-Bulger --
Teaching nurses about vulnerable populations / Mary de Chesnay --
Healthy communities and vulnerability: enhancing curricula for teaching population-based nursing / Barbara A. Anderson --
Preparing nursing professionals to be advocates: service learning / Lynda P. Nauright and Astrid Wilson --
Working with graduate students to develop cultural competence / Mary de Chesnay, Genie Dorman and David Bennett --
Assessing the needs of the homeless in Townsville, USA / Annette Jackson --
Designing and implementing a cultural competence education model of school nurses: working with African American children and families / Rebecca Green --
Clinical immersion in family nursing practice in Lac du Flambeau / Cheryl Ann Lapp --
Public policy and vulnerable populations / Jeri A. Milstead --
Advancing healthcare policy through the use of political narratives to give voice to a vulnerable population / Charles Bobo and Kathie Aduddell --
Health policy and advocacy for vulnerable populations / Kathryn Osborne --
The nursing workforce shortage: the vulnerability of the healthcare system / Barbara A. Anderson.
|Responsibility:||[edited by] Mary de Chesnay, DSN, PMHCNS-BC, FANN, Professor, WeelStar School of Nursing, Kennesaw, Georgia ; Barbara A. Anderson, DrPH, RN CNM, FACNM, FAAN, Professor and Director, Doctor of Nursing Practice, Frontier Nursing University, Hyden, Kentucky.|
- Nursing -- Social aspects.
- Transcultural nursing.
- Nursing -- Cross-cultural studies.
- Nursing -- Philosophy.
- Community Health Nursing.
- Vulnerable Populations.
- Nursing Theory.
- Transcultural Nursing.