Epidemiology for the advanced practice nurse : a population health perspective / by Demetrius J. Porche.Material type: Computer fileLanguage: English Publication details: New York : Springer Publishing, 2022Description: 1 online resource (464, pages) : color illustrationsContent type:
- online resource
- 9780826185136 (e-book)
- RA651 P82 2022
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I. Advanced practice nursing population health -- 1. Population health -- 2. Determinants of health -- 3. Advanced practice nursing roles and competencies in epidemiology and population health --
II. Epidemiology -- 5. Historical epidemiologic perspectives -- 6. Etiology and natural history of disease and illness --7. Disease occurrence : morbidity and mortality -- 8. Diagnostic and screening tests : validity and reliability -- 9. Risk assessment and estimation -- III. Tools and epidemiologic study designs --10. Observational epidemiologic research: introduction to observational research descriptive, case studies, case series, ecological, and cross-sectional --11. Cohort studies --12. Case control, other study designs, and research appraisal --13. Experimental studies : quasi-experimental, experimental, and randomized clinical trials --14. Epidemiologic design bias, confounders, and interaction --15. Biostatistics primer --16. Field, forensic, and legal epidemiology -- IV. Fields of Epidemiology in practice --
17. Pandemic epidemiology -- 18. Social epidemiology --19. Infectious disease epidemiology -- 20. Genetic and environmental epidemiology -- 21. Occupational epidemiology -- 22. Reproductive and maternal health epidemiology --23. Clinical and healthcare epidemiology and evidence-based healthcare -- V. Policy and ethics --24. Epidemiology in health policy and program evaluation --
25. Epidemiologic ethical and professional issues
Written by nurses for nurses, this graduate-level text disseminates the core principles of epidemiology within a population health framework and provides practical knowledge nurses can use to analyze and improve healthcare in the community. Informed by the evolution of epidemiological science resulting from the Covid-19 pandemic, this book demonstrates how epidemiology can have a profound impact on health. It showcases a variety of settings and epidemiological roles demonstrating the importance and practicality of this discipline.
Clear and concise, this text explains the basics of population health followed by epidemiology concepts and designs. It is distinguished by its application-based case studies, analytical tools of epidemiology, and calculations, which foster skill development and necessary familiarity of the subject. Also included is an important Biostatistics Primer, relevant content from Healthy People 2030, and an "Epidemiology in Practice" section focusing on examples from different epidemiology arenas.
Includes application-based cases, tools, and calculations throughout to help students develop practical epidemiologic skills
Provides background and understanding of health disparities and determinants of health
Includes relevant information from Healthy People 2030
Includes discussion questions, learning objectives, terminology review, tables, and figures in each chapter
Delivers up-to-date information on epidemiology in the time of Covid-19
Includes access to an Instructor's Manual with additional case studies
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