By James F. McKenzie, Robert R. Pinger
The 5th variation of this best-selling introductory textual content has been up to date to mirror the most recent traits and data in neighborhood well-being in order to successfully deal with the health and wellbeing concerns dealing with today’s groups. With emphasis on constructing the information and talents worthy for a profession in overall healthiness schooling, An advent to group healthiness, 5th variation covers such themes as epidemiology, group association, application making plans, minority health and wellbeing, healthiness care, psychological healthiness, environmental well-being, medications, safeguard, and occupational well-being.
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6 Even with so much change and the many uncertainties about the future, we must stay focused on what is necessary to gain and maintain health for all. There is still much work ahead! C HAPTER S UMMARY • A number of key terms are associated with the study of community health, including health, community, community health, population health, and public health. , exercise and diet). • It is important to be familiar with and understand the history of community health in order to be able to deal with the present and future community health issues.
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An Introduction to Community Health by James F. McKenzie, Robert R. Pinger