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Author Evans, Daryl.

Title Health promotion and public health for nursing students / Daryl Evans, Dina Coutsaftiki, C. Patricia Fathers
Published Exeter : Learning Matters, 2011

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Description vii, 135 pages ; 25 cm
Series Transforming nursing practice
Transforming nursing practice.
Contents Thinking health promotion -- Tackling lifestyle change -- Encouraging health screening -- Teaching patients -- Supporting self-management -- Considering public health -- Managing health promotion in practice -- Keeping up your skills
Summary "The health service is changing to emphasise the need for public involvement and empowerment in their own health. The NMC have recognised this in their new standards for pre-registration nursing education, by increasing the knowledge and skills required in health promotion and public health. Student nurses therefore need preparation for practice which brings health promotion into the forefront of nursing care. This book takes an up to date approach to the theory and practice of health promotion and public health, grounded in essential knowledge. It aims to enable nursing students to become health promoting nurses of the future."--Publisher
Notes "Meeting the NMC Standards and Essential Skills Clusters"--Cover
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Health promotion -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Great Britain.
Health promotion -- Great Britain.
Nursing -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Nursing -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Great Britain.
Public health nursing -- Great Britain.
Public health -- Study and teaching (Higher)
Public health -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Great Britain.
Health Promotion.
Public Health Nursing -- methods.
Nurse-Patient Relations.
United Kingdom.
United Kingdom.
Author Coutsaftiki, Dina.
Fathers, C. Patricia.
LC no. 2011499646
ISBN 0857254375 (paperback)
9780857254375 (paperback)