Leading trusted learning tools for Community and Public Health nursing education

Today’s nurses play a critical part in advancing health equity and improved health for all, regardless of practice setting.

That’s why our Community and Public Health learning tools for nursing students are designed to not only cultivate the clinical judgment and decision-making capabilities for effective practice but also instill the skills to promote health and prevent disease in the most at-risk and vulnerable community settings and patient populations.

Total preparation for today’s community and public health nursing challenges

Community and Public Health Nursing: Evidence for Practice, 3rd Edition

Rosanna F. Demarco, PhD, RN, PHN and Judith Healey-Walsh, PhD, RN

Focusing on the individual in the context of the community setting, the latest edition of this succinct, evidence-based resource instills the critical thinking skills and complex reasoning abilities essential to your students’ success in community and public health practice.

  • Integrated Case Studies stimulate critical thinking and analytic skills.
  • Evidence for Practice Briefs offer objective evidence obtained from research studies and guide you in making practice decisions.
  • Student Reflections Students sharing perspectives and stories of their own experiences

Community and Public Health Nursing: Promoting the Public’s Health, 10th Edition

Cherie Rector, PhD, RN, PHN and Mary Jo Stanley, PhD, RN, CNS, CNE

Highly visual, rich with real-life examples, and tailored to today’s active learners, this approachable text equips students with the understanding to confidently promote health, foster disease prevention, and protect at-risk populations.

  • UPDATED! New and revised content throughout reflects the growing need for effective, community-based care across the changing healthcare landscape.
  • UPDATED! Streamlined organization emphasizes Healthy People 2030 framework and goals and keeps students focused on essential trends and concepts.
  • NEW! Ten Essential Public Health Services content incorporated into Active Learning Exercises encourages students to consider situations/questions within this critical context.

Perspectives in Ambulatory Care Nursing

Caroline Varner Coburn, DNP, MS, APRN, ANP-BC and Deena Gilland, DNP, MSN, RN, NEA-BC, FAAN and Beth Ann Swan, PhD, RN, FAAN

Reflecting the expert insight of leading names in the field, this detailed text clarifies important distinctions in acute and ambulatory care settings and demonstrates how students can use research and data to change practice and meet standards of excellence for individuals and families in ambulatory care.

  • Key Points summarize essential takeaways at a glance.
  • Clear, concise chapters demonstrate key differences between acute and ambulatory nursing approaches.
  • Case Studies with accompanying critical thinking questions challenge students to apply concepts to real-world ambulatory care scenarios.

Superior course planning, exam preparation, and patient interaction experience

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