A Practical Handbook for Community Health Nurses: Working with Children and Their Parents
June 1999, Wiley-Blackwell
Introduction The Changing Context of Community Health Nursing.
Part 1 The Child and the Family.
Chapter 1 Families and Social Policy.
Chapter 2 The Developing Child,.
Chapter 3 Promoting Psychological Health: A Focus on Children within Families.
Chapter 4 Caring within Families.
Chapter 5 Post-Natal Depression: Minimising the Impact.
Chapter 6 The Child at Risk: Working with Families and the Child Protection System.
Part 2 The Child and Nutrition.
Chapter 7 Breast Feeding: The Art and Science.
Chapter 8 Infant Feeding and Early Weaning: Prinicples and Practice.
Chapter 8 Nutrition in Childhood: Advice and Dilemmas.
Chapter 10 Dental Health: A Practical Guide to Preventative Dentistry.
Part 3 Common Problems in Childhood.
Chapter 11 Immunisation and Prevention: An Up-to-Date Perspective.
Chapter 12 Managing Infections: How to Help Parents.
Chapter 13 Managing Atopic Eczema: Evidence and Issues.
Chapter 14 Sleep Disorders in the Pre-school Child: How the Health Professionals Can Help.
Chapter 15 Toilet Training and Related Issues: Anticipatory Help for Parents and Families.
* reflects current developments in community nursing practice
* draws on a practical approach, based on current evidence-based practice
* contains summaries and illustrations to inform practitioners'care
* a companion text to Kenrick & Luker: Clinical Nursing Practice in the Community