by University of East London .
Written in English
Thesis (M.Sc. Health Prom.) - University of East London, Institute of Health and Rehabilitation, 1994.
|Contributions||University of East London. Institute of Health and Rehabilitation.|
Health Promotion in Nursing Practice gives nurses and other health care professionals a practical, evidence-based guide to promoting health within diverse racial, ethnic, cultural, and economic populations, across the lifespan. It discusses individual and community models guiding health promotion interventions, strategies to implement and Availability: Live. Latter S. () Health education and health promotion in acute ward settings: nurses’ perceptions and practice. In: Wilson-Barnett J., Clark J.M. (eds) Research in health promotion and nursing. Palgrave, LondonCited by: 4. This may be due to hierarchy within care settings, perceptions of time, underlying professional nursing cultures or possibly a lack of focus and regard of the importance of public health within. Research in Health Promotion and Nursing presents a refreshing research- based perspective on the vital relationships between health promotion and nursing practice. Contributions have been sought from a distinguished group of health professionals whose expertise spans all areas of nursing, midwifery, health visiting and health education.
Fundamentals of Health Promotion for Nurses is a concise, accessible introduction to health promotion and public health for pre-registration nursing students and newly qualified nurses. Promoting the health and wellbeing of patients is a vital part of the nursing role, and the updated second edition of this user-friendly book discusses the foundations for health promotion practice using. Health Promotion Practice will serve as a forum to explore the applications of health promotion/public health education interventions programs and best practice strategies in various settings, including but not limited to: community, health care, worksite, educational and international settings. The effects of tobacco, physical exercise, diet, and alcohol consumption on morbidity and mortality underline the importance of health promotion and prevention (HPP) at the primary health care (PHC) level. Likewise, the deficiencies when putting such policies into practice and assessing their effectiveness are also widely recognised. The objectives of this research were: a) to gain an in-depth. This paper reports on a survey that investigated primary care nurses’ perceptions of their current and potential roles in health promotion in general practice settings. The survey respondents were primary care nurses in general practice. 78 nurses responded to advertisements seeking participation, and 58 surveys were completed and returned.
The all-encompassing Second Edition of Prevention Practice and Health Promotion: A Health Care Professional’s Guide to Health, Fitness, and Wellness offers foundational knowledge to health care professionals implementing primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention to healthy, at-risk, and disabled populations. Dr. Catherine Thompson along with her contributors, all with diverse backgrounds Reviews: 7. Although acute care nurses report that they are engaged in health promotion activi-ties, they are often conducting behavioral, lifestyle-oriented, or risk-oriented health education (Whitehead, ). Whitehead () suggested that nurses need to extend their activities into the realm of health promotion by becoming more involved in legis-. General health promoters. Health promotion by nurses is associated with common universal principles of nursing. The most common health promotion intervention used by nurses is health education (Robinson and Hill, ; Whitehead, , , ; Runciman et al., ; Witt and Puntel de Almeida, ; Parker et al., ).General health promoters are expected to have knowledge of health. The aim of this study was to examine nurses' perceptions and practice of health education and health promotion in the acute care setting. Ward sisters (n=) working on acute wards in nine District Health Authorities were interviewed using a semi-stuctured schedule.