Public Health Administration: Principles for Population-Based Management

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Lloyd Novick, Cynthia Morrow, Glen Mays
Jones & Bartlett Learning, Mar 3, 2008 - Medical - 797 pages
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This shorter, more user-friendly edition of Public Health Administration: Principles for Population-Based Management will provide your students with a comprehensive understanding of the principles, practices, and skills essential to successful public health administration. The second edition has been thoroughly revised and includes new information on the Healthy People 2010 objectives as well as two new chapters on bioterrorism and emergency preparedness; and public health systems research. The chapter on public health law has been thoroughly revised by the nationís top public health law expert. Other updates include coverage of the most recent reports issued by the Institute of Medicine as well as analysis on the relationships between public health and the healthcare services with a particular focus on the uninsured.
  

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Contents

Defining Public Health Historical
1
Social and Environmental Factors and Organized Public Health Action
8
Public Health in the 21st Century
14
Theory into Action
26
A Framework for Public Health Administration and Practice
35
Essential Health Services
41
Implementation
49
Public Health Infrastructure
56
Sources of Data for Information Systems
365
HIS Applications in Public Health Administration
374
Public Health Surveillance
381
Surveillance System Design and Operations
391
Assessment and Strategic Planning in Public Health
411
Public Participation in Assessment
418
Collaborative Assessment Partnerships
429
Strategic Planning
435

Medicine and Public Health
63
Organization of the Public Health Delivery System
69
Nongovernmental Public Health Organizations
106
Public Health Law
127
Federal Public Health Powers
133
Public Health Law Reform
141
Ethics in Public Health Practice and Management
149
Newborn Screening and Parental Consent
157
The Appropriations Process and Health Programs
166
The Department of Health and Human Services
174
LongTerm Care
180
Financing the Publics Health
189
Benefits and Challenges in Collecting Public Health Finance Data
199
Key Financial Operations in LHDs
210
Information Technology Innovations
219
The Public Health Workforce
225
How Many and What Kind of Workers Are Needed?
243
Considerations for the Future of the Public Health Workforce
252
Human Resources Management
261
Selection of Applicants
267
Coaching and Performance Appraisal
274
Leadership for Public Health
281
Transformational Leadership
288
Public Health Data Acquisition
297
State Sources of Data
314
Using the Internet to Access Data Sources
322
Geographic Information Systems for Public Health
329
Lessons Learned and Challenges
339
Using Information Systems for Public Health Administration
353
Information Systems Architectures
359
Building Constituencies for Public Health
443
Assessing the Effectiveness of Public Health Constituencies
451
Performance Management The Evolution of Standards
459
Applications Using Public Health Standards
473
Critical Issues for Success
480
Evaluation of Public Health Interventions
495
Economic Analyses
502
Measurement
512
Performance Measurement and Improvement Process
526
CommunityBased Prevention
545
Communication and Media Relations
567
Building Constituency and Visibility
573
Media Interaction Guidelines
582
Public Health Education and Health Promotion
589
Health Promotion
608
Health Promotion Includes Health Education
614
Using Marketing in Public Health
621
Challenges of Public Health Marketing
630
Building Marketing Capacity
650
Roles and Responsibilities of Public Health in Disaster
657
History of Public Healths Role
663
Structure and Organizational Makeup of Disaster Response
671
Assessment in Disasters
678
Public Health Aspects of Environmental Services During Disasters
688
Bioterrorism Influenza and Emerging Infectious Diseases
696
Pandemic Influenza
703
Evidence for the Future
715
Protecting Human Subjects in Public Health Research
721
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