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“The foundational Henry Street Model continues to inspire and inform in this third edition of Population-Based Public Health Clinical Manual. This new edition has welcome updates, with the newest version of Henry Street Consortium Entry-Level Population-Based Public Health Nursing Competencies. Relationships among students, preceptors, and practitioners are reinforced and illustrated with individual and community-based examples. Ethical parameters are reiterated, and there's a renewed emphasis on both national and global health. Revised tables throughout bolster the narrative. The scholarly and reflective updates from the previous edition assure the continuing value of this text to teachers, learners, and patients seeking healthier communities.”

–Mary W. Byrne, PhD, DNP, MPH, FAAN

Stone Foundation and Elise D. Fish Professor of Clinical Health Care for the Underserved

Columbia University School of Nursing and College of Physicians and Surgeons

 

“This book is well-organized, easy to read and understand, and full of critical information for success as a PHN. The elements included in each chapter make it unique among texts on public health nursing, as it is the most relevant to actual practice. The text provides links to other critical documents, such as the Standards of Public Health Nursing, Core Functions, and Sustainable Development Goals. The examples are specific and easy to follow, and the Notebook sections provide excellent summaries at a student's level. I would recommend this book to faculty in any BSN program and to anyone who wishes to pursue a career in public health nursing.”

–Joy F. Reed, EdD, RN, FAAN

North Carolina Department of Health & Human Services

Division of Public Health

 

“In reviewing this text, I absolutely fell in love with the framework and the Henry Street Consortium model. This book showcases the essence of the public health nursing role and the noble history of the discipline. The content's competency structure is perfect for education and clearly identifies experiences for students and teachers. Advocacy for population health is underscored as a public health nursing role and is grounded in the real world. The authors emphasize leadership and political impact and the core of what it means to be a public health nurse. The text portrays the distinct commitment to principles of social justice, which drives advocacy and taking action for what is right.”

–Pamela N. Clarke, PhD, MPH, RN, FAAN

Professor, Fay W. Whitney School of Nursing

University of Wyoming

 

“This third edition of Population-Based Public Health Clinical Manual: The Henry Street Model for Nurses supports the learning, knowledge, and professional development of public health nurses committed to making a difference in health worldwide. The book starts with a description of foundational public health nursing concepts, and each of the following chapters describes one core competency and its characteristics. The book's content is based on the practice of public health nurses, making it an excellent resource for the student nurse, for the new public health nurse, for the practicing public health nurse, and for public health nursing faculty.”

–Kari Glavin, PhD

Professor and Head of Master and Postgraduate Studies

VID Specialized University

Oslo, Norway

 

“Relevant, current, timely, inspiring, rigorous, and compelling—this edition is an exceptional resource for those teaching, learning, and practicing public health or community health nursing. Thanks to the Henry Street Consortium and the authors who have brought this remarkable collaboration and uniquely powerful resource that serves the needs of academicians and practitioners alike. Lillian Wald would have loved this book.”

–Marla E. Salmon, ScD, RN, FAAN

Senior Visiting Fellow, Evans School of Public Affairs

Professor, Nursing, Global Health, and Public Health

University of Washington

 

“The third edition of Population-Based Public Health Clinical Manual: The Henry Street Model for Nurses is an excellent primer on public health nursing (PHN) practice and serves as a valuable resource for undergraduate students as well as PHN staff. This comprehensive and inspiring text invokes the timeless perspectives of public health nursing's founder, Lillian Wald; builds on Minnesota's rich tradition of PHN practice; and guides readers’ understanding of PHN cornerstone beliefs, values, and principles. The authors skillfully thread contemporary competencies, essentials, and standards into local and global practice scenarios with individuals and families, communities, and populations. They create a mind-set that challenges, questions, and encourages actions to promote the public's health.”

–Pamela A. Kulbok, DNSc, RN, PHCNS-BC, FAAN

Professor Emerita

University of Virginia School of Nursing

 

“Population-Based Public Health Clinical Manual gives student nurses an outstanding introduction to public health nursing. It is also an excellent resource for both new and seasoned public health nurses. Public health nursing has changed greatly over the 38 years I have been practicing, and I am currently director of a health and human services agency. This manual provides resources for human services staff to help them understand what public health is about and how collaboration can make a difference for the populations we serve. I recommend this book for student nurses during their public health practicum and as a resource for local public health agencies.”

–Mary Heckman, BSN, RN, PHN

Deputy Director, Goodhue County Health and Human Services

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