Promoting Health in Children and Young People: The Role of the Nurse
April 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
• Provides a clear skills-based approach to undertaking health promotion practice
• Emphasises the role of the nurse in promoting good health in children and young people
• Discusses guidance from recent policy developments including the National Service Framework for Children
• Illustrated with diagrams and boxes highlighting key points
Chapter 1: Reducing Health Inequalities.
Chapter 2: Planning for Health Promotion.
Chapter 3: Creativity.
Chapter 4: Government Policy.
THEME TWO: CHILD DEVELOPMENT.
Chapter 5: Child Development.
Chapter 6: Health for All Children.
THEME THREE: EVERYDAY HEALTH ISSUES FOR CHILDREN/YOUNG PEOPLE.
Chapter 7: Preventing Childhood Obesity.
Chapter 8: Dental Health Promotion.
Chapter 9: Skin Cancer Prevention.
Chapter 10: Accident Prevention.
THEME FOUR: PROMOTING HEALTH IN MINOR ILLNESS AND MINOR INJURY.
Chapter 11: Sure Start Community Children's Nursing Service- Developing a Minor Illness/ Injury Service.
Chapter 12: Fever Management in Young Children (0-5 years).
Chapter 13: Health Promotion in Young Children’s Minor Illnesses.
Chapter 14: Health Promotion in Minor Injuries.
THEME FIVE: CHILDREN/YOUNG PEOPLE IN HOSPITAL.
Chapter 15: Health Promotion for Pre and Post Operative Care.
Chapter 16: Surgical Wound Healing and Health Promotion.
Chapter 17: Planning Hospital Discharge.
THEME SIX: PROMOTING HEALTH IN CHRONIC ILLNESS.
Chapter 18: Asthma Management.
Chapter 19: Managing Children’s Skin Conditions.
Chapter 20: Health Promotion for Children/Young People with Cancer.
Chapter 21: Constipation.
Chapter 22: Health Promotion in Childhood Diabetes.
Chapter 23: Children and Young People with Disabilities and Complex Health Care Needs.
THEME SEVEN: MEDICINES MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 24: Medicines Management.
THEME EIGHT: PAIN MANAGEMENT.
Chapter 25: Pain Management.
THEME NINE: PROMOTING EMOTIONAL HEALTH.
Chapter 26: Baby Massage and Baby Yoga.
Chapter 27: Health Promotion Course: Living with Babies.
Chapter 28: Baby Play.
Chapter 29: Baby Club.
Chapter 30: Positive Parenting.
Chapter 31: Promoting Children’s Mental Health- Focus Bullying.
Chapter 32: Safeguarding Children (Health Promotion).
Chapter 33: The Health of Children and Young People in Care.
THEME TEN: TEENAGE HEALTH ISSUES.
Chapter 34: Health Promotion Course- Living with Teenagers.
Chapter 35: Promoting Sexual Health to Young People.
Chapter 36: Preventing and Managing Substance Misuse.
Chapter 37: Smoking Cessation.
THEME ELEVEN: EVALUATING HEALTH PROMOTION.
Chapter 38: Evaluating Health Promotion.
THEME TWELVE: HEALTH PROMOTION IN CONTEXT.
Chapter 39: Health Promotion in Context.
THEME THIRTEEN: NATIONAL PERSPECTIVES.
Chapter 40: National Perspectives
- Provides a clear skills-based approach to undertaking health promotion practice
- Emphasises the role of the nurse in promoting good health in children and young people
- Discusses guidance from recent policy developments including the National Service Framework for Children
- Illustrated with diagrams and boxes highlighting key points