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Table of Contents
Part I: The Context of Community Health Nursing in Canada
Chapter 1 The History of Community Health Nursing in Canada
Chapter 2 Financing, Policy, and Politics of Healthcare Delivery
Chapter 3 Nursing Roles, Functions, and Practice Settings
Chapter 4 Advocacy, Ethical, and Legal Considerations
Part II: Foundations and Tools for Community Health Nursing Practice
Chapter 5 Concepts of Health
Chapter 6 Population Health Promotion Models and Strategies
Chapter 7 Primary Health Care
Chapter 8 Cultural Diversity
Chapter 9 Epidemiology
Chapter 10 Research
Chapter 11 Information Technology
Chapter12 CommunicTable Diseases
Chapter 13 Community Care
Chapter 14 Community Health Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation
Part III: Nursing Care of Community Aggregates
Chapter 15 Maternal and Child Health
Chapter 16 Family Health
Chapter 17 School Health
Chapter 18 Gender and Community Health
Chapter 19 Older Adult Health
Chapter 20 Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Clients
Chapter 21 Mental Health
Chapter 22 Aboriginal Health
Chapter 23 Clients in Rural Areas
Chapter 24 Environmental Health
Chapter 25 Correctional Health
Part IV: Selected Community Problems
Chapter 26 Violence in Societies
Chapter 27 Poverty and Homelessness
Chapter 28 Substance Use
Chapter 29 Sexually Transmitted Infections and Blood Borne Pathogens
Chapter 30 Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Nursing
Part V: Looking Ahead
Chapter 31 Global Health
Chapter 32 Challenges and Future Directions