Healthy places, healthy people : a handbook for culturally informed community nursing practice / Melanie Creagen Dreher and Lisa Elaine Skemp.

This book provides realistic strategies and practical advice on how public health nurses can effectively mobilize citizen action to improve the community's future health. It also provides useful tools for gathering, organizing, and analyzing community-related information.

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Main Author: Dreher, Melanie Creagan.
Corporate Author: Sigma Theta Tau International.
Other Authors: Skemp, Lisa Elaine, 1955-
Format: eBook
Published: Indianapolis, IN : Sigma Theta Tau International, [2011]
Edition:Second edition.
Table of Contents:
  • The cultural framework of community health
  • Culturally informed community health practice
  • Strategies for entering and understanding your community
  • Discovering the culture of your community
  • Determining the health of your community
  • Laying the foundation for a healthy community agenda
  • Leading culturally informed community action.