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✏Bright Futures in Practice Practice guide Book Summary :
📒Bright Futures In Practice ✍ Paul S. Casamassimo
✏Bright Futures in Practice Book Summary :
✏Pediatrics in Practice Book Summary : Pediatrics in Practice is a faculty development health promotion curriculum based on the principles of Bright Futures. Through the resources presented, maternal and child health (MCH) educators can prepare healthcare professionals with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to communicate effectively, partner with, and educate children and families as their advocates to promote health and prevent illness in a time-efficient manner. This innovative curriculum is based on six core concepts that serve as the foundation for effective health encounters: Partnership Communication Health promotion/Illness prevention Time Management Education Advocacy These six concepts provide the tools for building successful partnerships and promoting positive interactions among health professionals, children, and families during health encounters. By learning how to integrate these core concepts into clinical practice, health professionals can be assured that they are delivering time-efficient health promotion services. This curriculum developed in collaboration with Children's Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School, and Bright Futures, will be of interest to anyone who cares for pediatric-age children, including all maternal and child health professionals such as pediatricians, nurses, public health specialists, nurse practitioners, physicians' assistants, social workers, dentists, and medical educators. The Pediatrics in Practice publication is accompanied by a supplemental DVD containing background information about Bright Futures, models of best practice, this health promotion curriculum, and scenes from Disney's The Doctor to be used with the Communication module. For Further Information, Please Click Here!
📒Pediatric Primary Care E Book ✍ Catherine E. Burns
✏Pediatric Primary Care E Book Book Summary : Get an in-depth look at pediatric primary care through the eyes of a Nurse Practitioner! Pediatric Primary Care, 6th Edition guides readers through the process of assessing, managing, and preventing health problems in infants, children, and adolescents. Key topics include developmental theory, issues of daily living, the health status of children today, and diversity and cultural considerations. This sixth edition also features a wealth of new content and updates — such as a new chapter on pediatric pharmacology, full-color design and illustrations, new QSEN integration, updated coverage of the impact of the Affordable Care Act, a refocused chapter on practice management, and more — to keep readers up to date on the latest issues affecting practice today. Comprehensive content provides a complete foundation in the primary care of children from the unique perspective of the Nurse Practitioner and covers the full spectrum of health conditions seen in the primary care of children, emphasizing both prevention and management. In-depth guidance on assessing and managing pediatric health problems covers patients from infancy through adolescence. Four-part organization includes 1) an introductory unit on the foundations of global pediatric health, child and family health assessment, and cultural perspectives for pediatric primary care; 2) a unit on managing child development; 3) a unit on health promotion and management; and 4) a unit on disease management. Content devoted to issues of daily living covers issues that are a part of every child's growth — such as nutrition and toilet training — that could lead to health problems unless appropriate education and guidance are given. Algorithms are used throughout the book to provide a concise overview of the evaluation and management of common disorders. Resources for providers and families are also included throughout the text for further information. Expert editor team well is well-versed in the scope of practice and knowledge base of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (PNPs) and Family Nurse Practitioners (FNPs).
📒Handbook Of Infant Mental Health ✍ Charles H. Zeanah, Jr.
✏Handbook of Infant Mental Health Book Summary : Widely regarded as the standard reference in the field, this state-of-the-art handbook offers a comprehensive analysis of developmental, clinical, and social aspects of mental health from birth to the preschool years. Leading authorities explore models of development; biological, family, and sociocultural risk and protective factors; and frequently encountered disorders and disabilities. Evidence-based approaches to assessment and treatment are presented, with an emphasis on ways to support strong parent–child relationships. The volume reviews the well-documented benefits of early intervention and prevention and describes applications in mental health, primary care, childcare, and child welfare settings. The chapter on psychopharmacology has been updated for the paperback edition.
📒Handbook Of Infant Mental Health Third Edition ✍ Charles H. Zeanah
✏Handbook of Infant Mental Health Third Edition Book Summary : This book has been replaced by Handbook of Infant Mental Health, Fourth Edition, ISBN 978-1-4625-3710-5.
📒Bright Futures ✍ Morris Green
✏Bright Futures Book Summary : The goal of the Bright Futures project is to respond to the emerging preventive and health promotion needs of infants, children, and adolescents. Bright Futures is sponsored by the Maternal and Child Health Bureau of the United States Public Health Service and the Medicaid Bureau of the Health Care Financing Administration. Over 100 professionals, representing a spectrum of child health perspectives, came together to develop health supervision guidelines to advance health needs of children. They asked the question, "How can health professionals and other caregivers become more effective in disease prevention and health promotion for children?" The Bright Futures guidelines arise from the belief that effective health supervision requires a partnership between health professionals and families. The health professional must use a "contextual approach," becoming sensitive to the child's environment, including health, educational, and social issues. This guide is divided into four sections that correspond to the four periods of development of infancy (0-12 months), early childhood (1-5 years), middle childhood (5-11 years), and adolescence (11-21 years). Each section includes: (1) a theme chapter; (2) a chart of developmental achievements, tasks, and outcomes; (3) a list of instructions concerning health supervision to be provided to the family by health professionals; (4) a list of child, family, and community strengths; (5) a list of health-related issues; (6) descriptions of what typically occurs at periodic visits of children and families to health professionals; (7) a health supervision summary; and (8) a bibliography. Nine appendixes present information on various aspects of child health including recommended immunization schedules, lead toxicity screening, and vision screening. One including recommended immigration schedules, lead toxicity screening, and vision screening. One appendix is a bibliography of approximately 100 items related to the Bright Futures project. (BGC)
📒Adolescent Medicine An Issue Of Primary Care Clinics In Office Practice ✍ William B. Shore
✏Adolescent Medicine An Issue of Primary Care Clinics in Office Practice Book Summary : This issue of Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice, devoted to Adolescent Medicine, is edited by Drs. William B. Shore, Francesco Leanza, and Nicole Chaisson. Articles in this issue include: Health Care Maintenance for Adolescents; Adolescent Growth and Development; Puberty; Current Concepts of Psychosocial Development; Body Image and Health: Eating Disorders and Obesity; Working with Families with Adolescents; Care for Adolescents with Developmental Delay; Sports Medicine; Sports Injuries; Teens and Technology; Care of Incarcerated Youth; Mental Illness in Adolescence; Substance Use/Abuse; Current Approach to Contraception and Pregnancy; Oral/Hormonal Contraception; Sexually Transmitted Infections; Teen Sexuality and GLBT Youth; and Bullying and Violence Prevention.
📒Bright Futures ✍ American Academy of Pediatrics
✏Bright Futures Book Summary : This essential resource provides key background information and recommendations for themes critical to healthy child development along with well-child supervision standards for 31 age-based visits--from Newborn through 21 Years. What's in the Bright Futures Guidelines, Fourth Edition? Twelve health promotion themes addressing - lifelong health for families and communities NEW - family support - health for children and youth with special health care needs NEW - healthy development - mental health - healthy weight - healthy nutrition - physical activity - oral health - healthy adolescent development - healthy and safe use of social media NEW - safety and injury prevention 31 age-based health supervision visits--Newborn to 21 Years All the information and guidance that's needed to give children optimal health outcomes -Context -Health Supervision -History -Surveillance of Development -Review of Systems -Observation of Parent-Child Interaction -Physical Examination -Medical Screening -Immunizations -Anticipatory Guidance What's NEW in the 4th Edition? -Builds upon previous editions with new and updated content that reflects the latest research. -Incorporates evidence-driven recommendations. -Includes three new health promotion themes: -Promoting Lifelong Health for Families and Communities -Promoting Health for Children and Youth With Special Health Care Needs -Promoting the Healthy and Safe Use of Social Media -Includes new screen time recommendations -Provides greater focus on lifelong physical and mental health -Weaves social determinants of health throughout the Visits, allowing health care professionals to consider social factors like food insecurity, violence, and drug use that may affect a child's and family's health -Features updated Milestones of Development and Developmental Surveillance questions -Provides new clinical content that informs health care professionals about the latest recommendations and provides guidance on how to implement them in practice -Maternal depression screening, Safe sleep, Iron supplementation in breast fed infants, Fluoride varnish, Dyslipidemia blood screening -Includes updates to several Adolescent screenings With Bright Futures, health care professionals can accomplish 4 tasks in 18 minutes -Disease detection -Disease prevention -Health promotion -Anticipatory guidance What is Bright Futures? -A set of theory-based, evidence-driven, and systems-oriented principles, strategies, and tools that health care professionals can use to improve the health and well-being of children through culturally appropriate interventions. Bright Futures addresses the current and emerging health promotion needs of families, clinical practices, communities, health systems, and policymakers. -The Bright Futures Guidelines are the blueprint for health supervision visits for all children. -Bright Futures is the health promotion and disease prevention part of the patient-centered medical home. Who can use Bright Futures? -Child health professionals and practice staff who directly provide primary care -Parents and youth who participate in well-child visits -Public Health Professionals -Policymakers -Pediatric Educators -MD Residents
📒Pediatric Primary Care Pageburst On Vitalsource ✍ Catherine E. Burns
✏Pediatric Primary Care Pageburst on VitalSource Book Summary : This fourth edition of Pediatric Primary Care is prepared to assist the pediatric healthcare provider to understand the wide spectrum of conditions seen in primary care of children. Written by experienced authors familiar with the scope of practice and knowledge base of pediatric nurse practitioners, it emphasizes prevention as well as management, and presents guidelines on assessing children from infancy through adolescence. The text is appropriate for nurse practitioner, medical, and physician assistant students as well as experienced clinicians who want a current pediatric primary care resource with easy access to information. Management chapters include numerous tables to facilitate differential diagnoses and summarize management strategies. Resource boxes inform readers of helpful websites as well as organizations and useful printed materials. The Environmental Health chapter is specially updated to address more key toxicants, and presents resources for diagnosis and management. Theories and applications of complementary care are discussed in the Complementary Therapies chapter. Tables on herbal interactions and many complementary treatments for common childhood conditions are featured. Color inserts feature 31 full-color photographs illustrating ear, skin, and other conditions and symptoms. The Pediatric Medication appendix includes the latest drugs used in pediatric primary care with specific dosing for infant, children, adolescents, and adults when applicable. Other appendices present growth charts, laboratory values and the latest asthma management guidelines. Updated content includes in-depth discussion of childhood obesity and mental health problems. Additional information on urgent care of children is included in the disease management sections. Discussion Forum questions are included with each management chapter.