By Catherine Ingram Fogel, Nancy Fugate Woods
This booklet is the best software to aid graduate point nursing scholars extend their figuring out of women's overall healthiness care and wellbeing concerns. for simple reference, Women's wellbeing and fitness Care in complex perform Nursing is equipped into 4 elements: girls and Their Lives, protecting connections among women's lives and their health and wellbeing Frameworks for perform, addressing wellbeing and fitness care perform with ladies healthiness advertising, masking methods for girls to advertise their healthiness and forestall many power ailments Threats to overall healthiness and illnesses, addressing difficulties detailed to girls, illnesses extra frequent in girls, and people during which there are diversified threat components Key beneficial properties contain: the main lately on hand info on chosen social features of ladies with a spotlight on altering inhabitants demographics Separate chapters on overall healthiness problems with adolescent/young grownup, midlife, and older ladies Chapters on preconceptional and prenatal care Chapters protecting heart problems, continual ailment, sexually transmitted infections and different universal infections, HIV/AIDS, and girls with disabilities Lesbian overall healthiness care content material, that is built-in all through
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