Essentials Of Leadership In Public Health
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📒Essentials Of Leadership In Public Health ✍ Louis Rowitz
✏Essentials of Leadership in Public Health Book Summary : Public Health Affects Us All. As Such, There Will Always Be A Need For Professionals To Monitor The Health Of The Public And Create Programs To Enhance Our Health. Well-Trained Public Health Leaders Are Critical To Make The Entire Process Work. This Text Reflects The Complexities Of Leadership In Public Health As Well As The Overall Needs Of Effective Leadership In A Constantly Changing Social Environment. In Addition, The Book Examines The Impact Of Health Reform, With An Expanding Definition Of Public Health And Understanding Of How Our Leaders Will Be Affected By These New Changes. Part I Explores The Theories And Principles Of Leadership, Leadership Styles And Practices, The Public Health System, And The Five Levels Of Public Health Leadership. Part II Presents The Core Functions Model And Its Application To Public Health Leadership. In Part III, The Author Examines The Leadership Tools Needed For The 21St-Century. Part IV Presents Information On The Personal Evaluation Of Leadership And The Evaluation Of Leadership Programs. Part V Looks To The Future And Presents Some Emerging Public Health Trends. Throughout The Book, Case Studies Written By Public Health Leaders Are Presented. Students Also Benefit From Leadership Exercises And Discussion Questions In Each Chapter.
📒Essentials Of Management And Leadership In Public Health ✍ Robert E Burke
✏Essentials of Management and Leadership in Public Health Book Summary : Driven by recent events and new trends, public health training increasingly requires new and more advanced information—leadership and management skills drawn from business, industry, education, and government. This text offers basic foundation for students entering the field of public health management with a specific focus on developing knowledge and skills in the cross cutting competency domains identified by the ASPH. Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition.
📒Essentials Of Public Health Management ✍ L. Fleming Fallon
✏Essentials of Public Health Management Book Summary : Public Health Administration Public Health Management
📒Essentials Of Public Health Communication ✍ Claudia Parvanta
✏Essentials of Public Health Communication Book Summary : Health Sciences & Professions
📒Public Health Leadership ✍ Louis Rowitz
✏Public Health Leadership Book Summary : During the last twenty years, the interest in public health leadership has continued to increase with the need to strengthen the infrastructure of public health, the events of September 11, 2001, the health reform movement, and scientific breakthroughs. The increasing role for primary care programs in the public health agenda, and the increasing deficit at the federal, state, and local level. In five parts, this book explores the basic theories and principles of leadership and then describes how they may be applied in the public health setting. Leadership skills and competencies, as well as methods for measuring and evaluating leaders are all thoroughly covered. This new third edition is an exhaustive revision that now includes extensive coverage of the leadership skills and tools that are critical to managing public health emergencies.
📒Essentials Of Public Health Management ✍ L. Fleming Fallon Jr.
✏Essentials of Public Health Management Book Summary : Written for both professionals and students, Essentials of Public Health Management is a practical, nontheoretical reference that will prepare the reader for the hands-on management and daily operations of a complex public health department or agency.
📒Transforming Public Health Practice ✍ Bernard J. Healey
✏Transforming Public Health Practice Book Summary : This text provides students a foundation in public healthpractice and management, focusing on developing the knowledge andskills required by the real world of public health. The authors ofTransforming Public Health Practice explain the drivers of changein public health practice, key success factors for public healthprograms, dealing with the chronic disease burden, the impact ofnational health policy on public health practice, and tools forunderstanding and managing population health. Transforming Public Health Practice covers core leadership andmanagement skills, covering areas such as politics, workforce,partnership and collaboration, change management, outcomesorientation, opportunities for improvement, health equity, andfuture challenges. Case studies highlight innovations in healtheducation, working with people with disabilities, partnerships inresponse to disease outbreaks, and health programs. Learningobjectives, chapter summaries, key terms, and discussion questionsenhance each chapter. A downloadable instructors' supplement isavailable on the companion Web site for the book.
📒Essentials Of Managing Public Health Organizations ✍ James A. Johnson
✏Essentials of Managing Public Health Organizations Book Summary : Written with undergraduate students in mind, this concise text combines the scope and context of public health while also addressing key management topics, processes, and emerging issues. Organized in four parts, the text covers: 1) Public Health Organizations 2) Public Health Management Fundamentals 3) Public Health Management Functions 4) Current and Emerging Issues in Public Health Management Each of these contain key chapters that address foundations, practical applications, and new directions in the respective domains. The goal is to enhance the student's knowledge, skills and abilities in ways that help them become more effective in their careers in public health. This text has been written specifically for undergraduate public health, community health, and health professions courses in public health leadership and management, but will also be useful for beginning managers and supervisors working in public health.
📒Essentials Of Public Health ✍ Bernard J. Turnock
✏Essentials of Public Health Book Summary : Essentials of Public Health, Second Edition, published in partnership with the American Public Health Association, serves as a foundational text for students preparing for a career in the burgeoning sector of public health. Drawn from his extensive experience in the Illinois public health system, author Bernard J. (Barney) Turnock, MD, MPH, combines the best elements of his other two books, Public Health: What It Is and How It Works and Public Health: Career Choices That Make a Difference, for this addition to the Essential Public Health Series. Dr. Turnock's accessible style and comprehensive exploration of the field offers students unique exposure to both the internal workings of public health organizations as well as the various roles and responsibilities of the professionals who drive their operations. Ideally suited for students on a professional public health track seeking to increase their understanding of the organization and activities of health departments, the text also surveys the variety of public health careers including administration, environmental and occupational health, nursing, epidemiology, and disease control. Essentials of Public Health, Second Edition offers a strong introduction to promoting population health with clear, reader-friendly language and learning tools, while exploring practical applications of a public health career and addressing issues such as the size and scope of the workforce, salary expectations, and job security.
📒Essentials Of Public Health ✍ Bernard J. Turnock
✏Essentials of Public Health Book Summary : This comprehensive text is an excellent introduction to the field of public health. The book is divided into two parts. Part I defines and describes the public health system, provide concepts and tools for measuring health in populations, characterizes the relationship of the public health system with medical care and other elements of the overall health system, and identifies government’s unique contributions through federal, state, and local public health agencies.Important Notice: The digital edition of this book is missing some of the images or content found in the physical edition