Health Promotion in Nursing Practice
Prentice Hall, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 340 pages
Presenting an in-depth discussion of the nurse's active participation in the promotion of healthy lifestyles and the prevention of disease, this edition offers analyses of various definitions of health and presents clear-cut models for understanding health-promoting and -protecting behaviours. Also presented are effective assessment tools and strategies easily adaptable to various care settings that enable nurses to assist individuals and families in establishing healthier lifestyles.
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