Journal of Nursing, Social Studies and Public Health is scientific and professional an international, peer reviewed transdisciplinary journal covering the fields of nursing, health and social sciences, public health, social medicine, preventive medicine and related areas.
Clinical and educational articles and features relating specifically to matters orientating to community and practice nursing. Readers' letter, diary dates, book reviews, and product news are also included.
Covers ACA-related requirements such as conducting community health needs assessments. Provides updated information in all chapters with relevant examples, case studies, discussion questions, and references Offers guidelines on the APRNís role in policy-making Presents expanded information on causality, confounding, and describes a comprehensive approach to measuring and interpreting survival data including prognosis Updates program design and developmentKey Features: Focuses on both epidemiology and population-based nursing competencies Describes the APRN role in identifying and mitigating healthcare disparities at local, national, and global levels Provides guidance in conducting community assessments Includes examples of successful strategies used to improve population outcomes Explains how new technology and social media can be used for the improvement of population outcomes and the development of new and creative interventions. Provides a strong foundation in epidemiologic methodology including mortality measures, the validity and reliability of testing, study designs, sample size, assessing risk and causality, and data analysis and interpretation Offers high-level exercises and questions for discussion to help students synthesize, integrate, and apply information