Table of ContentsSECTION 1: COMMUNITY HEALTH AND WELLNESS 1. Health and its socio-ecological determinants 2. Primary health care: Enabling health and wellness 3. Community health promotion in practice 4. Community health in a globalised era SECTION 2: SUSTAINABLE HEALTH FOR THE FAMILY AND INDIVIDUAL 5. Healthy families 6. Healthy children 7. Healthy adolescents 8. Healthy adults 9. Healthy ageing SECTION 3: INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES AND SOCIETIES 10. Health and gender: Healthy women, healthy men 11. Healthy indigenous people 12. Building the base: Research to practice 13. Inclusive policies, equitable healthcare
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 432
Published: 22nd December 2010
Publisher: Elsevier Australia
Dimensions (cm): 26.2 x 20.0 x 2.4
Weight (kg): 1.09
Edition Number: 4
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This new edition of Community Health and Wellness dvances the discussion of health as a product of interactions between people and their environments. The social, cultural and political determinants that affect individual and community health are explored from a multidisciplinary perspective that is relevant to students across the health professions. The established format and successful pedagogy of previous editions - including chapter objectives, real-world case studies and critical thinking questions - are retained, and the implications of globalisation continue to be examined against international benchmarks such as the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion. The Jakarta Declaration on Health Promotion into the 21st Century, and the Bangkok Charter for Health Promotion in a Globalised World are also included as contemporary health promotion guidelines for practice. The text moves from a primary focus on risk to enhancing capacity and promoting a widespread 'health literacy'. Family as a central dynamic is emphasised with a greater developmental health focus on critical pathways across the lifespan. Gender and cultural inclusiveness provide an essential backdrop to evidence-based policy and the provision of equitable health care for all.
About the Author
Anne McMurray holds a Research Chair in Nursing at Peel Health Campus and Murdoch University in Western Australia. Anne has practised in a range of nursing and community health settings in Canada and Australia, and is actively involved in teaching, research, publishing and consulting. In 2006 she was included in the Queen's Birthday Honours, being awarded a Member of Australia (AM) in consideration of her contribution to nursing, communities and professional publications.