Global Health Nursing in the 21st Century.
Contributor(s): Corless, Inge B., PhD, RN, FAAN | Meedzan, Nancy L., DNP, RN, CNE | Nicholas, Patrice K., DNSc, DHL (Hon.), MPH, MS, RN, ANP, FAAN.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2015Description: 1 online resource (607 p.).ISBN: 9780826118721.Subject(s): Nursing -- Handbooks, manuals, etcGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Global Health Nursing in the 21st CenturyDDC classification: 610.73 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- References -- Share Global Health Nursing in the 21st Century -- Unit I: Foundations of Global Nursing -- Chapter 1: Global Health and Global Nursing -- What is Global Health? -- Emergence of the Field of Global Health -- The Context of Globalization and Emergence of 21st-Century Global Medicine and Global Nursing -- Global Health Organizations -- Nursing as Professional and Interprofessional Education: Global Issues -- U.S. IOM and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiatives: Is There a Global Influence for Nursing?
The UN MDGs and the Role of Who in Advancing Global Nursing -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2: Climate Change, Climate Justice, and Environmental Health Issues -- Nightingale's Influence on Global Nursing -- Climate Change Viewed Through the Lens of Climate Justice -- Emerging Infectious Illnesses -- Environmental Health Issues -- Environmental Contamination by Chemicals -- Natural Disasters and Nursing's Role Globally -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: A Foundation for Global Health, The Lancet Report on Health Professionals for a New Century: An Interview With Dean Julio Frenk
Commentary -- Reference -- Chapter 4: Global Health Ethics -- What is Global Health? -- Influence of Globalization on Global Health -- Can Traditional Ethical Principles be Applied to Global Health? -- Frameworks for the Application of a Global Health Ethic to Issues in Global Health -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 5: Health, Human Rights, and Social Justice: An Interview With Paul Farmer and Sheila Davis -- Commentary -- References -- Chapter 6: The Intersection of Global Health and Community/Public Health Nursing -- A Return to Community Health
Community/Public Health Nursing Competencies -- Frameworks for Community Health Nursing Action -- Challenges for the Future of Global Nursing -- Conclusion -- References -- Additional Reading and Resources -- Chapter 7: Global Health Partnerships -- A Historical Perspective: The Implementation of Global HIV/AIDS Initiatives -- What is a Partnership? -- How to Build an Effective Partnership -- How Have Global Nursing Partnerships Evolved? -- References -- Unit II: Issues in Global Health -- Chapter 8: The Importance of Water for Global Nursing -- Sanitation and Contamination
Health and Mortality Implications -- References -- Chapter 9: Access to Clean Water and the Impact on Global Health: An Interview With Gary White, CEO and Cofounder, Water.org -- Commentary -- References -- Chapter 10: The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the Nursing Profession in Sub-Saharan Africa -- Magnitude of the Problem -- Impact of HIV/AIDS on Nursing Practice -- Ethical Issues Related to HIV/AIDS in Practice -- Support of Health Workers Infected/Affected with HIV/AIDS -- Nursing Response to HIV/AIDS Epidemic -- Postregistration Curricula -- Regulation to Accommodate Task Shifting
Impact of HIV and AIDS in Developing and Advancing Research in Nursing and Midwifery
The first book to present the successes, challenges, and opportunities of global health nursing This text is designed specifically for nurses and nursing students who have an interest in global health as a specialty, regardless of experience or education level. It reflects both the unique contributions of the nursing profession, and of other disciplines, which is in keeping with the Editors' perspective on how to bring about lasting change. The text views global health through a nursing lens, but maintains this awareness and appreciation of interprofessionalism throughout. The Editors and C
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