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Public Health and Health Services Catalog 2015


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Ta b l e o f C o n T e n T S Community Health ......................................3 Environmental Health ..................................5 Epidemiology ...............................................7 Global Health ...............................................8 Health Behavior, Education, and Promotion ..........................................10 Health Services, Admin, and Policy ...................................................17 Introduction/General.................................30 Author/Title Index .....................................33


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Social Determinants of Health among african american Men Henrie M. Treadwell, Clare Xanthos, Kisha B. Holden, Morehouse School of Medicine 978-0-470-93110-3 • Paper • 368 pp. • 2012

Rural Populations and

Health Determinants, Disparities, and Solutions

While there have been significant efforts in recent years to eliminate health disparities, African American men continue to suffer disproportionately from poor health when compared to other racial, ethnic, and gender groups in the United States. This text covers the most important issues relating to social determinants of health and also offers viable strategies for reducing health disparities.

Richard A. Crosby, PhD, University of Kentucky; Monica L. Wendel, DrPH, MA, Texas A&M Health Science Center; Robin C. Vanderpool, DrPH, University of Kentucky; Baretta R. Casey, MD, MPH, FAAFP, University of Kentucky 978-1-118-00430-2 • Paper • 416 pp. • 2012

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Richard A. Crosby • Monica L. Wendel Robin C. Vanderpool • Baretta R. Casey

This book provides a strong theoretical and evidence-based rationale for rectifying rural health disparities in the U.S. it also includes a comprehensive examination of critical issues in rural health and rural health care services, as well as a road map for reducing disparities, building capacity and collaboration, and applying prevention research in rural areas. This book contains:

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Social Determinants of Health Status. 1. Introduction to Social Determinants of Health among African American Men 2. Implications of Racism for African American Men’s Cancer Risk, Morbidity, and Mortality 3. Social Determinants of Depression and the Black Male Experience 4. Psychosocial Health of Black Sexually Marginalized Men 5. Parental Incarceration as a Social Determinant of Male African American Adolescents’ Mental Health 6. The Impact of Reentry from Incarceration 7. Life-Course Socioeconomic Position and Hypertension. Part 2: Social Determinants of Health Behavior. 8. Social Determinants of Medical Mistrust 9. Beyond Gay, Bisexual, or DL 10. Social Determinants of Substance Abuse among Older African American Men. Part 3: Social Determinants of Health Care. 11. Prejudiced Providers: Unequal Treatment as a Determinant 12. The Impact of the Correctional Health Care System on HIV/ AIDS. Part 4: Addressing Social Determinants of Health Inequities. 13. Building Communities of Opportunity 14. One City’s Attempt at Treating the Effects of Social Inequities 15. The Impact of Invisibility: The Way Forward 16. Criminal Justice and Other Public Policies as Determinants of Health and Well-Being 17. Social Determinants of Health and Black Men: The Culture of Empowerment and the Policy Process.

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Rural Populations and Health

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Rural Communities in Context. 1. Understanding Rural America 2. Defining Rurality 3. History of Rural Public Health in America 4. The Depth of Rural Health Disparities in America and the Overlap with Racial Health Disparities. Part 2: Rural Health Systems. 5. Health Systems, Health Policy, and Population-Level Prevention in Rural America 6. Rural Public Health Systems: A View from Rural Colorado 7. Rural Public Health Systems: A View from Rural Kentucky 8. Rural Public Health Systems: A View from Rural Alabama 9. Rural Public Health Systems: A View from Rural Alaska. Part 3: Health Partnerships in Rural Communities. 10. Rural Coalition Building 11. Community-Campus Partnerships 12. Capacity Building in Rural Communities. Part 4: Evidence-Based Practice in Rural Communities. 13. Promoting Maternal and Child Health in Rural Communities 14. Promoting Adolescent Health 15. Promoting Oral Health 16 Community Food Systems 17. Physical Activity Infrastructure 18. Injury Prevention 19. Tobacco Control.

Vulnerable Populations in the United States, Second edition Leiyu Shi, PhD, MBA, Johns Hopkins University; Gregory D. Stevens, PhD, UCLA 978-0-470-59935-8 • Paper • 352 pp. • 2011

VULNER ABLE POPULATIONS IN THE

UNITED STATES

The Second Edition of this important book offers a framework for learning about vulnerable populations. It is thoroughly updated to include the latest data and trends in health and health care disparities and provides a detailed synthesis of recent and increasingly expansive programs and initiatives to remedy these disparities. It incorporates Health People 2020 objectives, includes new sections on real-world clinical examples, and discusses the impact of health care reform on vulnerable populations. This book is written for students, researchers, practitioners, and policymakers and contains an instructor’s manual, PowerPoint slides, and downloadable sample assignments.

L EI Y U SHI GREGOR Y D. S T E V ENS

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. A General Framework to Study Vulnerable Populations 2. The Community Determinants and Mechanisms of Vulnerability 3. Disparities in Health Care Access, Quality, and Health Status: The Influence of Individual Risk Factors 4. Disparities in Health Care Access, Quality, and Health Status: The Influence of Multiple Risk Factors 5. Current Strategies to Serve Vulnerable Populations 6. Resolving Disparities in the United States.

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Race, ethnicity, and Health: a Public Health Reader, Second edition

Public Health and Social Justice: a Jossey-bass Reader Martin Donohoe, MD, Portland State University

Thomas A. LaVeist, PhD, Johns Hopkins University, Lydia A. Isaac, PhD, Hunter College

978-1-118-08814-2 • Paper • 656 pp. • 2012

978-1-118-04908-2 • Paper • 848 pp. • 2012

Effectively documenting the need for equal treatment and equal health status for minorities, this text is a critical selection of hallmark articles that address health disparities in America. Intended as a resource for faculty and students in public health as well as the social sciences, it will also be valuable to public health administrators and frontline staff who serve diverse racial and ethnic populations.

status of all segments of society.

There is a strong relation between social and economic inequities and health inequities; Donohoe shows shows how to develop a framework to understand social and economic policies that would improve the health

The book explores the global public health issues, processes for influencing policy, and the skills to effectively advocate for health and social justice. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS PART 1: HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL CONSIDERATIONS 2. The Color Line: Race Matters in the Elimination of Health Disparities 3. Health Care Disparities PART 2: CONCEPTUALIZING RACE AND ETHNICITY 4. Why Genes Don’t Count 5. Using “Socially Assigned Race” to Probe White Advantages in Health Status PART 3: EXPLAINING RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISPARITIES Psychosocial and Individual-Level Determinants 6. Racism as a Stressor for African Americans: A Biopsychosocial Model 7. A Systematic Review of Empirical Research on SelfReported Racism and Health 8. Stress, Coping, and Health Outcomes 9. Race and Unhealthy Behaviors, and More. PART 4: HEALTH SERVICES AND HEALTH SYSTEM EFFECTS 25. Attitudes About Racism, Medical Mistrust, and Satisfaction with Care Among African American and White Cardiac Patients 26. The Legacy of Tuskegee and Trust in Medical Care 27. Patient Race/Ethnicity and Quality of Patient–Physician Communication During Medical Visits, and More. PART 5: HEALTH DISPARITIES SOLUTIONS 36. Linking Science and Policy Through CBPR to Study and Address Health Disparities 37. The National Health Plan Collaborative to Reduce Disparities and Improve Quality 38. Interventions to Reduce Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care.

Foundations for

Community Health Workers Tim Berthold Jeni Miller Alma Avila-Esparza editors

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Part 1: Human Rights, Economics, Poverty, and Health Care --Overview of human rights and international law and treaties relevant to public health and social justice. Part 2: Special Populations --Covers the homeless, migrant farm workers, Native Americans, prisoners, and African-American physicians. Part 3: Women’s Health --A discussion of physical and societal violence against women. Part 4: Obesity, Tobacco, and Suicide: The Other Epidemics --Covers public health and governmental approaches. Part 5: Food, Safety, Security, and Disease --Explore threats to the food system. Part 6: Environmental Health --The causes and consequences of environmental degradation and social injustice. Part 7: War and Violence --The medical impact of Hiroshima, the history of rape in war and genocide, violence against female soldiers, and more. Part 8: Corporations and Public Health --Issues covered include pharmaceutical company pricing, the for-profit medical imaging industry, and more. Part 9: Achieving Social Justice in Health Care Through Education and Activism --Offers advice to improve awareness of social justice issues and to change social policy.

foundations for Community Health Workers Tim Berthold, City College of San Francisco 9780470179970 • Paper • 592 pp. • 2009

The book covers fundamental topics in community health, health disparities, community organizing, communication skills, interviewing, how to perform a home visit, advising and counseling, support groups, care coordination, using e-mail, and team management. The book is rich with examples and includes key terms, end-of-chapter reviews, roleplaying scenarios for class use, and many time-saving tables of helpful tips.


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The built environment and Public Health

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Russell P. Lopez, MRP, DSC Boston University 978-0-470-62003-8 • Paper • 432 pp. • 2012

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The Built Environment and Public Health is written for students and professionals involved in AND public health, urban planning, transportation, architecture, and the RUSSELL P. LOPEZ environment. This text examines how our physical environment affects our health and describes how public health and urban planning can work together to create environments that improve human health and well being. Lopez covers a wealth of topics, including foundations, the joint history of public health and urban planning, transportation and land use, infrastructure and natural disasters, assessment tools, indoor air quality, water quality, food security, health disparities, mental health, social capital, and environmental justice. THE

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environmental Policy and Public Health: air Pollution, Global Climate Change, and Wilderness William N. Rom, MD, MPH, New York University 978-0-470-59343-1 • Paper • 448 pp. • 2011

Air Pollution, Global Climate Change, and Wilderness

Environmental Policy and Public Health is designed for graduate students in public health and environmental studies. This important resource provides an overview of the major environmental policy issues, both historic and topical, and explains how science plays a role in various forms of policy response. It scrutinizes the sources of pollution and threats to environmental integrity, the consequences of pollution on the environment and health, and explains the legal basis for environmental action. The book also explains science-based environmental regulation versus cost-benefit scenarios and advocacy by regulated industry and public health organizations.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Planning and Public Health Foundations. 1. An Interdisciplinary Approach to the Built Environment. 2. Planning and Public Health: A Joint History. Part 2: Natural and Built Environment. 3. Planning and Urban Design. 4. Transportation and Land Use. 5. Infrastructure and Natural Disasters. 6. Assessment. Tools. 7. Indoor and Outdoor Air Quality. 8. Water Quality. 9. Food Security. Part 3: Vulnerable Populations and Health Disparities. 10. Vulnerable Populations. 11. Mental Health. 12. Social Capital. 13. Environmental Justice.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Clean Air Act and the National Environmental Policy Act. 2. Particulate Matter. 3. Transportation and Ozone. 4. Sulfur Dioxide and Acid Rain. 5. Cigarette Smoking and Environmental Tobacco Smoke. 6. Ozone Hole and Chlorofluorocarbons. 7. Children’s Environmental Health: Mercury and Lead. 8. World Trade Center Dust Policy Issues. 9. Community Advocacy Groups. 10. Global Warming: Science and Consequences. 11. Global Warming: A National Energy Plan. 12. Global Warming: Governmental Policies. 13. Land Use: The Wilderness Act. 14. Land Use: Wilderness Challenges and New York’s Adirondacks and Catskills. 15. The Wilderness Society. 16. Land Use: Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—The Cause Celébre. 17. Water and Environmental Policy. 

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environmental Health law: an Introduction Russellyn S. Carruth, JD Bernard D. Goldstein, MD University of Pittsburgh

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Environmental Health From Global to Local

978-1-118-16234-7 • Paper • 384 pp. • 2014

Environmental Health Law is intended for students in public health and environmental studies as well as professionals and laymen. This book is a comprehensive overview of major US environmental laws and approaches, strategies, standards and enforcement techniques by which American law protects our environment and our health, written specifically for the non-lawyer. • Emphasizing general concepts allows the book to demystify the American legal system (what law consists of, who makes it, how it is made, and how it is enforced) • Introduces the major environmental laws (laws governing air and water pollution, laws regulating the manufacturing, distribution, uses and disposal of hazardous substances, laws protecting workers and the workplace, and laws protecting the safety of our drugs, food, and water) • Evaluates issues, controversies and developments in environmental policy (with an eye towards understanding future changes in the law) TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Overview of Our Legal System. 2. Clean Air Act (CAA). 3. Clean Water Act (CWA). 4. Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). 5. Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act. 6. Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Act and Related Acts. 7. Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA). 8. Resource Conservation & Recovery Act (RCRA). 9. Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation & Liability Act (CERCLA, a/k/a the Superfund Act). 10. Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA). 11. National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA). 12. Emergency Planning & Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA). 13. Common Law.

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environmental Health: from Global to local, Second edition Howard Frumkin, MD, MPH, DrPH, University of Washington 978-0-470-40487-4 • Hardcover • 1280 pp. • 2010

Frumkin’s book is a comprehensive core text on environmental health for ?FN8I;=ILDB@E   students in public health, preventive <;@KFI medicine, community health, other health sciences, and environmental health. The book covers the major issues in contemporary environmental health, including air, surface water, and ground water contamination; food safety; occupational health; radiation; chemical and physical hazards; vector control; and injuries. This edition includes coverage on toxicology, exposure assessment, climate change, population pressure, developing nations and urbanization, energy production/use and health, healthy cities, soil/landfill and hazardous waste, healthy building, and disaster preparedness. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Methods and Paradigms. 1. Ecology and Human Health. 2. Toxicology. 3. Epidemiology. 4. Exposure Assessment, Industrial Hygiene, and Environmental Management. 5. Environmental Psychology. 6. Genetics and Environmental Health. 7. Environmental Health Ethics. 8. Environmental Justice. Part 2: Environmental Health on the Global Scale. 9. Population Pressure. 10. Climate Change. 11. Developing Nations. Part 3: Environmental Health on the Regional Scale. 12. Air Pollution. 13. Energy Production. 14. Healthy Cities. 15. Water and Health. Part 4: Environmental Health on the Local Scale. 16. Solid and Hazardous Waste. 17. Pest Control and Pesticides. 18. Food Safety. 19. Healthy Buildings. 20. Workplace Health and Safety. 21. Radiation. 22. Injuries. 23. Disaster Preparedness. 24. Nature Contact: A Health Benefit? 25. Children. Part 5: The Practice of Environmental Health. 26. Prevention. 27. The Practice of Environmental Health. 28. Geographic Information Systems. 29. Risk Assessment. 30. Environmental Health Policy. 31. Risk Communications. 32. Legal Remedies.


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EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CRIMINOLOGY A Public Health Approach to Crime and Violence

epidemiological Criminology: a Public Health approach to Crime and Violence Timothy A. Akers, PhD, Morgan State University; Roberto H. Potter, PhD, University of Central Florida; Carl V. Hill, MPH, PhD, Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute on Child Health and Human Development 978-0-470-63889-7 • Paper • 464 pp. • 2013

Epidemiological Criminology offers an introduction to the sources and methods of epidemiological criminology and shows how to apply these methods to some of the most vexing problems now confronting researchers and practitioners in public health epidemiology, criminology, and criminal justice. Relevant for both students and researchers, this text recognizes the significance of social disparities and the built environment as factors in the formulation of public health policy, and a tool with which to produce more effective interventions and preventive measures. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Foundation for an Emerging Paradigm: Epidemiological Criminology. 1. Establishing an Historical Framework for Epidemiological Criminology. 2. Where Two Worlds Collide: Toward an Integrated Theory of Epidemiological Criminology. 3. The Lexicon of Terminology: Developing an Emerging Transdisciplinary Paradigm. Part 2: Theories, Concepts, and Methods: A Transdisciplinary Perspective. 4. Understanding and Measuring Epidemiology and Public Health. 5. Theoretical Linkages in Criminology and Criminal Justice in a Health Context. 6. Integrating the Social, Behavioral, and Environmental Sciences. 7. Approaches to Clinical and Forensic Sciences. Part 3: Applying Epidemiological Criminology in Practice and Policy. 8. Health Disparities and Social Determinants of Epidemiological Criminology. 9. Incarceration from an Epidemiological Criminology Perspective. 10. Epidemiological Recidivism. 11. Gang Violence and Adolescent Membership. 12. Substance Abuse and Mental Health: Epidemiological Criminology as a Framework for Crime Prevention. 13. Environmental Justice and the Epidemiology of Crime. 14. Global and Domestic Terrorism. Part 4: Future Directions and Trends. 15. Public Health and Law. 16. Forensic Epidemiology. 17. International Human Rights.

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epidemiology foundations: The Science of Public Health Peter J. Fos, PhD, The University of New Orleans 978-0-470-40289-4 • Paper • 304 pp. • 2011

Written by Peter J. Fos—an expert in epidemiology with more than 20 years teaching experience— PETER J. FOS Epidemiology Foundations offers an ideal introduction to the theory and practice of public health epidemiology. This important text discusses the historical perspective and future trends of epidemiology, reviews health and disease, and explains how they are measured. The book’s overview of epidemiological studies shows how they are used in practice. Emphasis on concepts such as population health, social determinants, and global health make this book especially interesting and accessible to those new to the subject. Each chapter is supplemented with problemsolving exercises and research assignments to aid readers in understanding epidemiology principles. To challenge the reader’s creativity and innovation, most of these exercises are open-ended. In addition, the chapters include multiple choice, true-false, and short-answer review questions that provide immediate feedback. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Why Epidemiology? 2. History of Epidemiology. 3. Health and Disease. 4. Describing Health and Disease. 5. Measuring Health and Disease. 6. Epidemiology Study Designs—Observational Experimental Studies. 7. Use of Epidemiology Studies. 8. Epidemics. 9. Epidemiology and Society. 10. Screening for Disease. 11. Community Public Health. 12. Epidemiology Today.

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Introducing Global Health: Practice, Policy, and Solutions Peter Muennig, Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health, Celina Su, Brooklyn College 978-0-470-53328-4 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2013

Introducing Global Health: Practice, Policy, and Solutions is a contemporary overview of the major issues in global public health. The book explores how population health might be maximized with the right blend of health system, education, antipoverty, infectious disease, urban development, governance, and incentive-based policies. Moving beyond statistics, the book represents a major innovation in the teaching of global health by presenting technical concepts including the incidence and prevalence of disease within the context of more accessible topics such as global poverty. This helps students contextualize otherwise challenging but critical concepts, such as the burden of infectious disease. • Covers topics critical for understanding the state of the world today, including wars for natural resources, the missing women phenomenon, and whether global aid really works • Case studies focus on developing economies, mixed economies, and new emerging superpowers • Thematic chapters are interwoven with running motifs, such as the health risks and benefits associated with different totalitarian, capitalist, and market socialist economies By encouraging reflection, focusing on what works, and using activities and exercises, Introducing Global Health both teaches fundamentals of global public health and cultivates a policy perspective that is appealing and compelling for today’s students

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Urban Health: Global Perspectives

URBAN HEALTH GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES D AV I D V L A H O V JO IVE Y BOUFFORD C L A R E N C E PE A R S O N L AURIE NORRIS

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David Vlahov, PHhD, RN Jo Ivey Boufford, MD, both of The New York Academy of Medicine Clarence E. Pearson, MPH Laurie Norris 978-0-470-42206-9 • Hardcover • 528 pp. • 2011

Urban Health Global Perspectives identifies the priority problems and outline solutions that can generate and sustain healthy urban environments.

In the twentieth century, the urban settings of the wealthy nations were largely associated with opportunity, accumulation of wealth, and better health than their rural counterparts. In the twenty-first century, demographic changes, globalization, and climate change are having important health consequences on wealthy nations and especially on low- and middle-income countries. The increasing concentration of poverty and significant inequalities between urban neighborhoods and the physical and social environments in cities are important determinants of population health. Utilized by students, professors, and professionals, a distinguished list of contributors offer an introduction to the most critical issues in global and urban health. The book: • Reviews key themes with illustrative examples and cases, and contains the most current evidence • Links social determinants and urban life in developed and developing countries • Contains assessment of primary determinants of well-being in cities: social and built environments, diet, and health care and social services • Covers topics on history of public health in cities, the impact of urban sprawl and urban renewal, and the common challenges

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Introduction: An Overview of Global Health. Part 1: The Basics of Global Health. 1. A Very Brief History of Global Health Policy. 2. Case Studies in Development and Health. Part 2: Global Health and the Art of Policy Making. 3. The Global Burden of Disease. 4. Aid. 5. Health Systems. 6. Social Policy and Global Health. 7. A Closer Look at Three Political Economies: China, Kerala, and Chile. 8. Global Governance and Health. Part 3: Key Challenges in Global Health. 9. Poverty. 10. The Physical Environment and Disease. 11. The Social Environment and Disease. 12. Globalization, Internal Conflict, and the Resource Curse. 13. Frontiers in Global Health.

1. Urban Health in a Global Perspective. 2. Globalization. 3. The Demographics of Urbanization in Poor Countries. 4. Migration, Health Systems, and Urbanization. 5. Immigrant Health in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. 6. City Case Studies: Global Climate Change and Cities. 7. Age-Friendly New York City. 8. Global Infectious Diseases and Urbanization. 9. City Case Studies: Confronting the New Epidemics in Our Cities. 10. Chronic Disease Care in Nairobi’s Urban Informal Settlements. 11. Crime, Violence, Public Health, and Urban Life. 12. A Global Perspective on Disasters and Their Consequences in the Urban Environment. 13. City Case Studies: Urban Terrorism. 14. The Culture of Peace Against Violence in Zagreb. 15. Urban Health Services and Health Systems Reform. 16. City Case Studies: Information Flow and Integrated E-Health Systems. 17. Governance for Health in London: Utilizing the Health Impact Assessment. 18. Provision of Water and Sanitation Services. 19. Urban Transportation. 20. Informal Settlements: In Search of a Home in the City. 21. Urban Air Quality. 22. Urban Planning and Aesthetics. 23. Healthy Urban Governance. 24. Global Business at the Local Level. 25. Citizen Action for Urban Poverty Reduction in Low- and Middle-Income Nations. 26. City Case Studies: Healthy Cities: Lessons Learned. 27. The Healthy City Program in Shanghai. 28. Urban Health and Governance Model in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. 29. Improving Population Health in a Rapidly Urbanizing World. 30. Future Directions.

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emerging Infectious Diseases: a Guide to Diseases, Causative agents, and Surveillance Lisa A. Beltz, PhD, University of Northern Iowa 978-0-470-39803-6 • Paper • 752 pp. • 2011

Emerging Infectious Diseases A Guide to Diseases, Causative Agents, and Sur veillance

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This important resource offers a comprehensive introduction to emerging and reemerging infectious disease, including the underlying mechanisms of microbial emergence, the technology used to detect them, and the strategies available to contain them. The author describes the diseases and their causative agents that are major factors in the health of populations the world over. One of the main features of the book is its broad coverage of 25 different emerging infectious diseases, most of which are directly important to those practicing health in the U.S. The book contains selections from infectious disease journals as well as information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the World Health Organization, MedLine Plus, and the American Society for Microbiology.

Perfect for students or those new to the field, the book contains Summary Overviews (thumbnail sketches of the basic information about the microbe and the associated disease under examination); Review Questions (testing students’ knowledge of the material); and Topics for Further Discussion (encouraging a wider conversation on the implications of the disease and challenging students to think creatively to develop new solutions). The book is designed for students in epidemiology, global health, and biology. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Introduction to Emerging Infectious Diseases. Part 2: Bacterial Infections. Part 3: Viral Infections. Part 4: Parasitic Infections. Part 5: Infectious Proteins. Part 6: Special Issues in Infectious Diseases.

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Tools for Teaching Comprehensive Human Sexuality education: lessons, activities, and Teaching Strategies Utilizing the national Sexuality education Standards Dominick Splendorio, MS, Prime Time Health; Lori Reichel, MA, Texas A&M University 978-1-118-45303-2 • Paper • 300 pp. • 2013

Tools for Teaching offers a rich selection of activities and and lessons for practicing health educators, students, and other professionals working with teens and young adults. This book contains ready-to-use lesson plans referencing both the National Sexuality Education Standards and the National Health Education Standards, and is arranged into chapters by the seven topic areas outlined in the National Sexuality Education Standards. These include: anatomy and physiology, puberty and adolescent development, identity, pregnancy and reproduction, sexually transmitted infections, healthy relationships, and personal safety. These dynamic “pick and choose” lessons and activities have been fieldtested in classrooms and workshops by the authors, who are recognized experts in this area. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Anatomy and Physiology. 4. The Human Sexual Response Cycle. 5. What to Expect at the Doctor’s Office. 8. Sexuality Pretest. 9. Home-School Connection: “Talking with Your Teen about Abstinence.” Part 2: Puberty and Adolescent Development. 5. Question Box: Changes at Puberty. 6. Decision-Making Scenarios. 7. Puberty Grab Bag. 8. Up Close and Personal. Part 3: Identity. 3. Messages about Gender Roles and Stereotypes. 5. Gender Stereotypes and Popularity. 6. Gender Roles and Sexual Stereotyping. 8. Advocacy: Gender Identity. Part 4: Pregnancy and Reproduction. 1. Pregnancy and Birth. 101. 2. The Abstinence Pill. 5. The Pregnancy Game. 7. What Are Teens Really Doing? 8. Abstinence `Till Mature. 10. Skills-Based Sexuality Scenarios. 11. Ask the Sexperts. 13. The. 411 on Birth Control. Part 5: Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV. 2. STI Decision-Making Scenarios. 4. Body Fluids and HIV. 6. How HIV Can Change Your Life. 7. Attitudes about AIDS. 9. The Steps for Proper Condom Use. Part 6: Healthy Relationships. 3. Components of a Healthy Relationship. 4. What Is Love? 8. Ranking Risks: Sexuality and Relationships. 10. Love in the Digital Age. 13. Trapped: Ending Unhealthy Relationships. Part 7: Personal Safety. 3. Sexual Harassment. 6. Personal Safety Review Game.

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Health Communication from Theory to Practice, Second edition Renata Schiavo, PhD, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health 978-1-118-12219-8 • Paper • 656 pp. • 2014

Now in its second edition, Health Communication: From Theory to Practice provides a comprehensive introduction to theory, intervention design, current issues, and special topics in health communication. The book also represents a hands-on guide to program development, implementation, and evaluation. This Second Edition further emphasizes the importance of a people-centered and participatory approach to health communication interventions, which takes into account key social determinants of health as well as the interconnection of various health and social fields. While maintaining a strong focus on behavioral, social, and organizational results as key outcomes of health communication interventions, this Second Edition also includes updated information, theoretical models, resources, and case studies on: • Health equity • Urban health • New media • Emergency and risk communication • Strategic partnerships in health communication • Policy communication and public advocacy • Cultural competence • Health literacy • The evaluation of health communication interventions TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Introduction to Health Communication. 1. What Is Health Communication? 2. Current Health Communication Theories and Issues. 3. Culture and Other Influences on Conceptions of Health and Illness. Part 2: Health Communication Approaches and Action Areas. 4. Interpersonal Communication. 5. Mass Media and New Media Communication, and Public Relations. 6. Community Mobilization and Citizen Engagement. 7. Professional Medical Communications. 8. Constituency Relations and Strategic Partnerships in Health Communication. 9. Policy Communication and Public Advocacy. Part 3: Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating a Health Communication Intervention. 10. Overview of the Health Communication Planning Process. 11. Situation and Audience Analysis. 12. Identifying Communication Objectives. 13. Designing and Implementing an Action Plan. 14. Evaluating Outcomes of Health Communication. Part 4: Case Studies and Lessons from the Field. 15. Health Communication in the United States: Case Studies and Lessons from the Field. 16. Global Health Communication: Case Studies and Lessons from the Field.


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Health behavior: Theory, Research, and Practice Fifth Edition KAREN GLANz

RICHARD A. CROSBY

BARBARA K. RIMER

RALPH J. DICLEMENTE

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Research Methods in Health Promotion, Second Edition, provides students and practitioners with basic knowledge and skills regarding the design, implementation, analysis, and interpretation of research in the field of health promotion. The book breaks the sometimesdaunting process of research into simple and well-defined steps, encouraging the student to think about research as a sequential process. This new edition includes more about basics of social science research, an added emphasis on environmental and global health examples, new chapters (participatory research, survey research, and qualitative data analyses), and expansion of coverage of sampling. Readers of this book will be able to: • Understand the role of science and research in public health and, specifically, in health promotion • Critically evaluate the ethics, design, analysis, and interpretation of research • Describe key elements and appropriate application of research designs in health promotion • Identify and understand the key components of research studies

Health behavior: Theory, Research, and Practice, fifth edition Karen Glanz, PhD, MPH, University of Pennsylvania Barbara K. Rimer, PhD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill K. Viswanath, PhD, Harvard University 978-1-118-62898-0 • Hardcover • 600 pp. • 2015

Health Behavior: Theory, Research, and Practice, Fifth Edition, is a thorough introduction to the practice of health education and health promotion, covering the theories, applications, and research of most use to public health students and practitioners. Through four editions, with more than 100,000 copies sold, this book has become the gold-standard textbook for health behavior courses. This essential resource: • Includes the most current information on theory, research, and practice at individual, interpersonal, and community and group levels • Provides substantial new content on current and emerging theories of health communication, social marketing and e-health, culturally diverse communities, health promotion, the impact of stress, the importance of networks and community, social marketing, and evaluation • Includes an update to the selection of theories, both established and emerging; e-health and social media as integrated into health communication; global health as an application of health behavior theory; culture and health disparities.

• Understand measurement issues and sampling techniques as applied to health promotion research • Analyze and interpret the results of experimental and survey research designs • Understand the process of publishing a research report and constructing a research proposal.

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Public Health law Research: Theory and Methods

Transdisciplinary Public Health: Research, education, and Practice

Alexander C. Wagenaar, PhD, University of Florida; Scott Burris, JD, Temple University

Debra Haire-Joshu, PhD, Timothy D. McBride, PhD, Washington University

978-1-118-13762-8 • Paper • 512 pp. • 2013

Public Health Law Research: Theory and Methods definitively explores the mechanisms, theories and models central to public health law research—a growing field dedicated to measuring and studying law as a central means for advancing public health.

Transdisiciplinary Public Health: Research, Methods, and Practice combines a detailed introduction to transdisciplinary methods with a description of how these methods provide an effective toolset for problem-solving in public health research and practice.

This is the first book to explain methods for measuring and studying law as a central means for advancing public health, and is edited by the two foremost public health law researchers in country.

Edited by leaders in the application of transdisciplinary methods, this book will provide graduate public public health students with a foundation for collaborative thinking to guide problem identification, solutions, and analysis. Practical application of transdisciplinary concepts are presented across numerous case studies, as well as evaluation of the approaches presented. This book offers students the opportunity to reorganize thinking and practice around transdisciplinary research and practice as a means of promoting long-term and long-lasting solutions to complex problems in human health.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Framing Public Health Law Research. 1. A Framework for Public Health Law Research. 2. Law in Public Health Systems and Services Research. Part 2: Understanding How Law Influences Environments and Behavior. 3. Perspectives from Public Health. 4. Law and Society Approaches. 5. Criminological Theories. 6. Procedural Justice Theory. 7. Economic Theory. 8. The Theory of Triadic Influence. 9. Integrating Diverse Theories for Public Health Law Evaluation. Part 3: Identifying and Measuring Legal Variables. 10. Picturing Public Health Law Research: The Value of Causal Diagrams. 11. Measuring Statutory Law and Regulations for Empirical Research. 12. Coding Case Law for Public Health Law Evaluation. Part 4: Designing Public Health Law Evaluations. 13. Evaluating Public Health Law Using Randomized Experiments. 14. Natural Experiments: Research Design Elements for Optimal Causal Inference Without Randomization. 15. Qualitative Research Strategies for Public Health Law Evaluation. 16. CostEffectiveness and Cost-Benefit Analysis of Public Health Laws. 17. The Future of Public Health Law Research.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Defining Transdisciplinary Research and Education. 1. Transdisciplinary Public Health: Definitions, Core Characteristics, and Strategies for success. 2. Transdisciplinary Training and TRECs. 3. Competencies in Transdisciplinary Public Health. 4. Measuring Success: An Evaluation Framework for Transdisciplinary Public Health. Part 2: Cross Cutting Themes in Transdisciplinary Research. 5. Sorting Out the Socioeconomic Determinants of Poverty and Health. 6. Transdisciplinary Public Policy: The Roles of Law & Public Health in Creating Public Policy. 7. Sociocultural Perspectives Applied to Transdisciplinary Public Health. 8. Evidence-Based Transdisciplinary Problem-solving to Improve the Health of the Public. Part 3: Case Studies in Domestic Health. 9. Transdisciplinary Methods in the Prevention and Control of Maternal-Child Obesity. 10. Transdisciplinary Approaches to Violence and Injury Prevention and Treatment Among Children and Youth. 11. Instruction and Application in Transdisciplinary Problem Solving: Linking Public Health and Social Service Systems to Address Health Disparities. Part 4: Case Studies in Global Health. 12. Transdisciplinary Problem Solving: Global Hunger and Undernutrition. 13. Implementing Public Health Interventions in Developing Countries: A Transdisciplinary Solution for Safe Drinking Water in Rural India. 14. Indoor Air Pollution and Respiratory Health: a Transdisciplinary Vision.


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Methods for Communitybased Participatory Research for Health, Second edition Barbara A. Israel, PhD, University of Michigan; Eugenia Eng, DRPH, University of North Carolina; Amy J. Schulz, PhD, University of Michigan; Edith A. Parker, DRPH, University of Michigan 978-1-118-02186-6 • Paper • 736 pp. • 2012

Providing illustrative examples, tools, and tips for public health students and researchers, this book explains methods of qualitative data collection and data analysis within a participatory action research framework. This Second Edition provides a step-by-step approach to application of participatory approaches to qualitative data collection and data analysis. Methods covered include survey questionnaire, in-depth interview, focus group interview, ethnography, and more. BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Introduction to Methods for CBPR Research for Health. Part 2: Partnership Formation and Maintenance. Part 3: Community Assessment and Diagnosis. Part 4: Define the Issue, Design and Conduct the Research. Part 5: Documentation and Evaluation of Partnerships. Part 6: Feedback, Interpretation, Dissemination, and Application of Results.

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Concepts in Male Health: Perspectives across the lifespan James E. Leone, PhD, CHES, Bridgewater State College Published with the American Association for Health Education

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MALE HEALTH PERSPEC T I V E S ACROS S THE LIFE SPA N

This important textbook offers a practical approach to understanding the health of males of all races, ethnicities, socioeconomic status, cultures, ages, and orientations. Each chapter of this book comprehensively reviews an important dimension of male health and examines the contributing epidemiological, historical, psychosocial, cultural/ethical, legal, political, and economic influences. Review questions provided at the end of each chapter address healthspecific content included in the chapter and span both the scope and the breadth of the information. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Male Health. 2. Birth and Infancy. 3. Early Childhood. 4. Toddler Years. 5. Young Childhood. 6. Pre-Adolescence. 7. Adolescence. 8. Young Adulthood. 9. Middle Adulthood. 10. Older Adulthood. 11. Elderly Years. 12. End of Life: Death and Dying. 13. Promoting Male Health Through Advocacy and Research.

Cultural Competence in Health education and Health Promotion, Second edition Miguel A. Pérez, PhD, MCHES, California State University Raffy R. Luquis, PhD, MCHES, Pennsylvania State University 978-1-118-34749-2 • Paper • 368 pp. • 2014

Cultural Competence in Health Education and Health Promotion, Second Edition, examines the importance of ethnic and cultural factors for community health practice. Edited and written by a stellar list of contributors who are experts in field, this book describes essential theories, models, and practices for working with race, ethnicity, gender, and social issues. The Second Edition: • Covers a wide range of topics including demographics, disparities, complementary and alternative medicine, spiritually grounded approaches, multicultural populations, culturally competent needs assessment and planning, communication, workforce, program planning, aging, sexual orientation, and future challenges • Features substantially expanded coverage on working with diverse groups, social determinants of health, spirituality, theoretical models for multicultural populations, planning and program evaluation, and aging • Includes coverage of disability and health literacy • Reflects the latest standards for Certified Health Education Specialist certification and national standards on Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) from Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Implications of Changing US Demographics for Health Educators. 2. Diversity and Health Education. 3. Health Disparities and Social Determinants of Health: Implications for Health Education. 4. Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Culturally Competent Health Education. 5. Spirituality and Cultural Diversity. 6. Health Education Theoretical Models and Multicultural Populations. 7. Planning, Implementing, and Evaluating Culturally Appropriate Programs. 8. Culturally Appropriate Communication. 9. Foundations for Health Literacy and Culturally Appropriate Health Education Programs. 10. The Aging US Population: An Increasing Diverse Population. 11. Culture and Sexual Orientation. 12. Cultural Competency and Health Education: A Window of Opportunity.

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Designing and Conducting Research in Health and Human Performance

Designing and Conducting

Research in Health and Human Performance

Tracey Matthews, DPE, Springfield College; Kimberly Kostellis, DPE, Central Connecticut State University 978-0-470-40480-5 • Paper • 352 pp. • 2011

Designing and Conducting Research in Health and Human Performance shows students how to become effective producers and consumers of health and human performance research. The book provides comprehensive coverage of both, and it is also filled with illustrative examples that emphasize the real-world applications of research methods.

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PLANNING HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS an Intervention Mapping approach L. Kay Bartholomew Guy S. Parcel Gerjo Kok Nell H. Gottlieb María E. Fernández

TRACEY D. MATTHEWS • KIMBERLY T. KOSTELIS

To help students better appreciate the book’s content, the authors include “Research to Practice” examples and “Tips to Consider.” Each chapter contains a wealth of Key Terms and Chapter Review Questions. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Understanding Important Concepts. 1. Introduction to Research in Health and Human Performance. 2. Ethical Issues in Health and Human Performance. Part 2: Reviewing the Literature. 3. Developing Your Topic 4.Writing the Review of Literature. Part 3: Understanding and Developing Research Design. 5. Quantitative Research Designs. 6. Qualitative Research Designs. 7. Mixed Method and Action Research Designs. 8. Developing Your Research Design and Method. Part 4: Exploring Measurement and Analysis. 9. Validity, Reliability, and Objectivity. 10. Quantitative Analysis. 11. Statistical Procedures: Using Excel and SPSS. 12. Qualitative Analysis: Interpreting the Data. Part 5: Putting it all Together. 13. Results and Discussion. 14. Presenting Your Research.

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Planning Health Promotion Programs: an Intervention Mapping approach, Third edition L. Kay Bartholomew, EdD, PhD, University of Texas; Guy S. Parcel, PhD, University of Texas; Gerjo Kok, PhD, University of Maastricht; Nell H. Gottlieb, PhD, University of Texas; Maria E. Fernández, University of Texas 978-0-470-52851-8 • Hardcover • 768 pp. • 2011

Provides a powerful, practical tool for the planning and development of health education and health promotion programs. The first two editions have influenced the methods and practices for health promotion planning in both academic and practice settings. With the Third Edition, the authors streamlined the presentation of Intervention Mapping, making the text more teachable, practical, and practitioner-friendly. Chapters are updated, including reworked examples and explanations, and new cases studies. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Foundations. 1. Overview of Intervention Mapping. 2. Behavior-Oriented Theories Used in Health Promotion. 3. Environment-Oriented Theories. Part 2: Intervention Mapping Steps. 4. Intervention Mapping Step 1: Needs Assessment. 5. Intervention Mapping Step 2: Preparing Matrices of Change Objectives. 6. Intervention Mapping Step 3: Selecting Theory-Informed Intervention Methods and Practical Applications. 7. Intervention Mapping Step 4: Producing Program Components and Materials. 8. Intervention Mapping Step 5: Planning Program Adoption, Implementation, and Sustainability. 9. Intervention Mapping Step 6: Planning for Evaluation. 10. Using Intervention Mapping to Adapt EvidenceBased Programs to New Settings and Populations. 11. Cultivando la Salud. 12. Asthma Management for Inner-City Children: Partners in Asthma Management. 13. A School HIV-Prevention Program in the Netherlands.


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Strategies for Community Well-Being

LARRY COHEN VIVIAN CHÁVEZ SANA CHEHIMI

Prevention Is Primary: Strategies for Community Well-being, Second edition Larry Cohen, MSW, Prevention Institute; Vivian Chávez, DrPH, MPH, San Francisco State University; Sana Chehimi, MPH, Prevention Institute Published with American Public Health Association 978-0-470-55095-3 • Paper • 464 pp. • 2010

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The new edition provides models, methods, and approaches for building health and equity in using practical applications of intervention science to social and health problems and issues facing at-risk and vulnerable groups. Includes learning objectives, key terms, and review questions for each chapter. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Defining the Issues. 1. Beyond the Brochures. 2. Achieving Health Equity and Social Justice 3. The Hope of Prevention: Individual, Family, and Community Resilience. Part 2: Key Elements of Effective Prevention Efforts. 4. Community Organizing for Health and Social Justice. 5. Working Collaboratively to Advance Prevention. 6. Making Change: The Power of Local Communities. 7. Using Media Advocacy to Influence Policy. 8. The Impact of Corporate Practices on Health: Implications for Health Policy. 9. Primary Prevention and Program Evaluation. Part 3: Prevention in Context. 10. Preventing Injustices in Environmental Health and Exposures. 11. Health and the Built Environment: Opportunities for Prevention. 12. Creating Healthy Food Environments and Preventing Chronic Disease. 13. A Public Health Approach to Preventing Violence. 14. The Limits of Behavioral Interventions for HIV Prevention. 15. A Place at the Table: Mental Health in the Realm of Primary Prevention.

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Health Promotion Programs: from Theory to Practice Carl I. Fertman, PhD, University of Pittsburgh; Diane D. Allensworth, PhD, RN, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 978-0-470-24155-4 • Paper • 480 pp. • 2010

CARL I. FERTMAN DIANE D. ALLENSWORTH EDI TOR S

This new text introduces the theory of health promotion and explains planning, implementing, and evaluating programs that promote health equity. In addition to the focus on best practices, the book provides coverage on identifying health promotion programs; eliminating health disparities; defining and applying health promotion theories and models; assessing the needs of program participants; creating and supporting evidence-based programs; implementing health promotion programs—tools, program staff, and budgets; advocacy; communicating health information effectively; developing and increasing program funding; evaluating, improving, and sustaining health promotion programs; health promotion challenges, opportunities, resources, and career links. S o ci et y fo r Pub l i c H e a l t h Ed u c a t i o n

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Introduction. 1. What Are Health Promotion Programs? 2. Theories and Models in Health Promotion Programs. Part 2: Planning Programs. 3. Needs Assessment 4. Program Mission, Goals, Objectives, and Interventions 5. Planning the Health Promotion Program Interventions. Part 3: Implementing Programs. 6. Management Tools, Leadership, and Budgets. 7. Professional Credentialing, Community Action, Policies, and Sustainability. 8. Advocacy. Part 4: Evaluating Programs. 9. Evaluating and Improving a Health Promotion Program. Part 5: Program Action Areas. 10. Eliminating Health Disparities. 11. Communicating Health Information Effectively. 12. Developing and Managing Program Funding. Part 6: Programs in Diverse Settings. 13. Schools and Universities Promoting Health. 14. Medical Care Setting Health Promotion Programs. 15. Health Promotion Programs in Workplace Settings. 16. Community Health Promotion Programs. Glossary.

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Community-based Health Interventions: Principles and applications

Social Marketing and Social Change: Strategies and Tools for Improving Health, Well-being, and the environment

Sally Guttmacher, PhD, New York University, Patricia J. Kelly, PhD, MPH, APRN, Yumary Ruiz-Janecko, PhD, New York University

R. Craig Lefebvre, PhD, University of South Florida

978-0-7879-8311-6 • Paper • 240 pp. • 2010

978-0-470-93684-9 • Paper • 592 pp. • 2013

Community-Based Health Interventions covers the skills necessary to change health in a community setting through the reduction of disease, disease conditions, and risks to health, as well as create a supportive environment for the maintenance of the behavior changes. SALLY GUTTMACHER • PATRICIA J. KELLY • YUMARY RUIZ-JANECKO

Following the trend begun by CDC and other agencies, the book takes a proactive and evidence-based approach to reducing risk for individuals and communities. In a step-by-step approach, the book teaches how to design interventions, how to pick methods, how to assess the interventions’ effects, and how to identify and address ethical challenges. The book refers constantly to real-world examples from across the US and also includes international examples of public health issues facing our communities today, and what to do about them. • A completely modern approach to the worst problems in community health: diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, HIV, asthma, and obesity • In a step-by-step approach, readers will learn how to design interventions, how to pick methods, how to assess the interventions’ effects, and how to identify and address ethical challenges • Includes real-world examples from across the US and international examples of public health issues facing our communities today, and what to do about them. Accompanying website with useful links and an instructor guide TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Introducing Community-Based Interventions. 1. Improving Health in Community Settings. 2. A Brief History of Community-Based Health Interventions. 3. Ethical Issues In Community Interventions. 4. Levels and Types of Community Interventions. Part 2: Developing the Intervention. 5. A Framework for Designing Community Interventions. 6. Collecting and Managing Data. Part 3: Working Through the Intervention. 7. Assessing Community Needs. 8. Planning a Community-Based Intervention. 9. Implementing a Community-Based Intervention. 10. Evaluating a Community-Based Intervention. Part 4: Learning from the Past and Adapting to the Future. 11. Funding and Sustainability. 12. Implementation Pitfalls. 13. The Future of Community-Based Health Interventions. 14. Community-Based Health Interventions in Practice.

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Lefebvre, noted social marketing scholar and consultant, focuses on the use of marketing principles and techniques to develop populationbased health promotion and disease prevention programs. It features a practical emphasis on incorporating a marketing orientation and marketing techniques to address the diverse range of issues and problems that are encountered in the modern day practice of public health. This book’s comprehensive view of social marketing includes its research base, its applications to a diverse set of social problems, and the focus on the public health field for which it has been most thoroughly explored. It also promotes social marketers as scientists-practitioners who must understand the theory and research of social marketing as it is applied to designing effective social change programs. “I’m unaware of a more substantive treatise on social marketing and social change. Theoretically based; pedagogically focused; transdisciplinary; innovative; and action oriented: this book is right for our time, our purpose, and our future thinking and action.”—Robert Gold, MS, PhD, Professor of Public Health and Former Dean of the School of Public Health at the University of Maryland, College Park TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Theoretical Principles for Social Marketing. 2. From Individual Behavior to Social Change. 3. The Problem-Solution Gap: Market-based Approaches. 4. The Problem-Solution Gap: Consumer-based Approaches. 5. The ProblemSolution Gap: Marketing-based Approaches. 6. The Consumer-Centric Model of Change. 7. The Marketing Progression in Planning and Delivery. 8. The Consumer Experience as the Marketer’s Touchpoint. 9. Methods for Developing the Consumer-Centric Evidence Base. 10. The Strategic Positioning and Brand Question. 11. Marketing Strategy Development. 12. Tactical Priorities and Shifts. 13. Evaluations and Summations. 14. Social Marketing as a Strategy for Diffusion and Scale. 15. Social Marketing for Personal and Community Engagement in Change. 15. Social Marketing of Program Sustainability. 17. Social Marketing: A Management Approach to Social Change. 18. The Alignment of Strategy and Tactics. 19. Innovation and Social Marketing.


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Design That Cares: Planning Health facilities for Patients and Visitors, Third edition Janet R. Carpman, Myron A. Grant, both of Carpman Grant Associates

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The Third Edition of the seminal work, Design That Cares, covers health care design fundamentals and examines all of the basic elements necessary to create physical environments that enhance the quality of healthcare delivery. It covers planning, designing, and furnishing of cost-effective, efficient facilities that serve patient needs; contains product specification information for a range of design components; and addresses current topics such as wayfinding, green design, healing art, and more. Written by practicing professionals and educators in the field, this book is for anyone who needs to understand health care design. Combining important concepts with practical guidance, this definitive resource: • Covers planning, designing, and furnishing of cost-effective, efficient facilities that serve patient needs • Contains product specification information for a range of design components—from floorcoverings and ceilings to furniture, lighting, textiles, and more • Addresses current topics such as wayfinding, green design, healing art, and therapeutic effects of landscape architecture.

Bernard J. Healey, PhD, Kings College, Tina Marie Evans, PhD, Pennsylvania College of Technology 978-1-118-40793-6 • Paper • 432 pp. • 2014

978-0-7879-8811-1 • Paper • 380 pp. • 2016

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Introduction to Health Care Services: foundations and Challenges

It is important for students to gain an appreciation of the dilemma confronting policy makers, providers, and patients in the struggle to balance cost, quality, and access. Introduction to Health Care Services: Foundations and Challenges is an indepth examination of the major health care issues and policy changes that have had an impact on the U.S. health care delivery system. BERNARD J. HEALEY TINA MARIE EVANS

Designed to provide a comprehensive and up-to-date understanding of the system, this textbook covers the many facets of health care delivery and details the interaction of health, environments, organizations, populations, and the health professions. Each chapter includes learning objectives and discussion questions that help guide and engage deeper consideration of the issues at hand, providing a comprehensive approach for students. Cases studies demonstrating innovations in the delivery of health care services are also presented. • Includes information on U.S. health care delivery, from care to cost, and the forces of change • Written by authors with decades of experience teaching and working in health care administration and management • Focuses on major industry players, including providers, insurers, and facilities • Highlights challenges facing health care delivery in the future, including physician shortages, quality care, and the chronic disease epidemic TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Overview of Health Care Delivery in the United States. 2 The Forces of Change in Health Care. 3 Providers of Health Care Service. 4 Hospitals. 5 Ambulatory Care Services. 6 Health Insurance. 7 Managed Care. 8 Long-Term Care. 9 Mental Health Care. 10 Public Health Services. 11 The Pursuit of Quality Care. 12 The Chronic Disease Epidemic. 13 The Need for Leadership to Solve the Problems in Healthcare. 14 Integrating Clinical Services and Community Prevention: The Community-Centered Health Home Model. 15 A Look into the Future. Case Studies.

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Advances in Health Care

978-1-118-02885-8 • Hardcover • 400 pp. • 2014

ORGANIZATION THEORY

Advances in Health Care Organization Theory, 2nd Edition, introduces students Stephen S. Farnsworth Mick and Patrick D. Shay in health administration to the fields of organization theory and organizational behavior and their application to the management of health care organizations. The book explores the major health care developments over the past decade and demonstrates the contribution of organization theory to a deeper understanding of the changes in the delivery system, including the historic passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. Taking both a micro and macro view, editors Stephen S. Mick and Patrick D. Shay, collaborate with a roster of contributing experts to compile a comprehensive volume that covers the latest in organization theory. Topics include: EDITORS

• Institutional and neo-institutional theory • Patient-centered practices and organizational culture change • Design and implementation of patient-centered care management teams • Hospital-based clusters as new organizational structures • Application of social network theory to health care TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction: Events, Themes, and Progress. 2. A Primer of Organizational Theories in Health Care. 3. Finding Strength in Numbers: Bringing Theoretical Pluralism into the Analysis of Health Care Organizations. 4. Explaining Change in Institutionalized Practices: A Review and Roadmap for Research. 5. Culture Change in U.S. Health Institutions and the Example of the Nursing Home Industry. 6. Managing to Care: Design and Implementation of Patient-Centered Care Management Teams. 7. Remember It Is a Workplace: Health Care Organizations as Sociological Artifacts. 8. Differentiated, Integrated, and Overlooked: Hospital-Based Clusters. 9. Profound Change in Medical Technologies: Time to Re-examine the Technology-Structure Nexus in Health Care? 10. Social Network Analysis and the Integration of Care: Theory and Method. 11. Complexity and Health Care: Tools for Engagement. 12. Synthesis and Convergence: The Maturation of Organization Theory.

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Fundamentals of Health Care Financial Management

fundamentals of Health Care financial Management: a Practical Guide to fiscal Issues and activities, fourth edition Steven Berger, Health Insights, LLC 978-1-118-80168-0 • Paper • 444 pp. • 2014

A Practical Guide to Fiscal Issues and Activities

STEVEN BERGER

In this thoroughly updated fourth edition of Fundamentals of Health Care Financial Management, consultant and educator Steven Berger offers a practical step-by-step approach to understanding the fundamental theories and relationships guiding financial decisions in health care organization. Students focusing on the business side of health care will find this book a valuable text for understanding the health care financial system. Using cases set in a fictional mid-sized hospital, the book takes the reader into the inner workings of the finance executive’s office. • Provides an innovative introduction to the most-used tools and techniques and key practical concepts in fundamental areas of financial management • Includes health care accounting and financial statements; managing cash, billings and collections; making major capital investments; determining cost and using cost information in decision-making; budgeting and performance measurement; and pricing • Also covered in depth are the financial implications of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which will increase patient volume, reduce bad debt, factor quality and patient satisfaction into the financial picture, and significantly affect how hospitals and physicians are paid for services TABLE OF CONTENTS 1: January. What Is Health Care? 2: February. Accounting Principles and Practices. 3: March. Strategic Financial Planning: Five-Year Projections. 4: April. Medicare and Medicaid Net Revenue Concepts. 5: May. Fundamentals of Revenue Cycle Management. 6: June. Budget Preparation: The Beginning. 7: July. Budget Preparation: The Middle Months. 8: August. Capital Budget: August. 9: September. Operating Budget. 10: October. Information Systems Implications for Health Care Financial Management. 11: November. Preparation of the Budget Results and Delivery to the Department Managers. 12: December. Getting Ready for Year-End Reporting—Again. Open-Heart Surgery Pro Forma. December Finance Committee Special Agenda Items. Looking into the Future of Health Care.


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Management accounting in Health Care organizations, Third edition

financial Management of Health Care organizations: an Introduction to fundamental Tools, Concepts, and applications, fourth edition

David W. Young, DBA Boston University 978-1-118-65362-3 • Paper • 496 pp. • 2014

This thoroughly revised new edition of Management Accounting in Health Care Organizations provides introductory-level instruction and a user-oriented approach to management accounting concepts and techniques that help prepare students for managerial work in health care. The new edition includes information regarding the role of management accounting in health care organizations, the impact of the Affordable Care Act on managerial responsibilities, recent changes in operational budgeting practices— including a focus on “budget drivers,” the importance of managing the revenue cycle, and other factors that have fundamentally altered the use of management accounting in health care organizations over the past several years. The author introduces concepts and techniques that will help students identify, analyze, and apply key management accounting principles. The use of practice case studies at the end of each chapter allows students to master the techniques rather than simply memorize them.

William N. zelman, University of North Carolina, Michael J. McCue, Virginia Commonwealth University Noah D. Glick, FTI Marci S. Thomas, University of North Carolina 978-1-118-46656-8 • Hardcover • 704 pp. • 2014

This new Fourth Edition of Financial Management of Health Care Organizations, offers an introduction to the most-used tools and techniques of health care financial management, including health care accounting and financial statements; managing cash, billings and collections; making major capital investments; determining cost and using cost information in decision-making; budgeting and performance measurement; and pricing. New to this edition: • Updated Perspectives sections and glossary

• Assesses the impact of health care’s impending fiscal crisis on the management accounting needs of health care organizations

• A cutting-edge view of the health care landscape in 2013 and beyond after passage and pending implementation of the Affordable Care Act

• Describes the essentials of full-cost accounting, differential-cost accounting, and activity-based accounting, while illustrating their use in health care organizations

• Expanded content including examples of financial statements for both private non-profit hospitals and investor-owned hospital management companies, changes in bad debt and charity care, the role of financial statements, the discount rate or cost of capital, lease financing section, use of cost information, budgeting, cost centers, and current forms of reimbursement

• Explains responsibility accounting and provides guidance on designing a responsibility accounting structure TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Management Accounting and Health Care’s Impending Fiscal Crisis. 2. Essentials of Full-Cost Accounting. 3 Cost Behavior. 4. Differential Cost Accounting. 5. Activity-Based Costing. 6. Responsibility Accounting: An Overview. 7. Designing the Responsibility Accounting Structure. 8. Programming. 9. Operational Budgeting. 10. The Cash Budget. 11. Measuring and Reporting. 12. Implementing a New Responsibility Accounting System.

• Valuation of accounts receivable and the “waterfall” effect of cash collections, differences between Posting-Date and Service-Date reporting methodologies, calculation of effective annual interest rate, application of time value of money in perspectives, and ActivityBased Costing from the perspective of labor, supplies, and equipment TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Context of Health Care Financial Management. 2. Health Care Financial Statements. 3. Principles and Practices of Health Care Accounting. 4. Financial Statement Analysis. 5. Working Capital Management. 6. The Time Value of Money. 7. The Investment Decision. 8. Capital Financing for Health Care Providers. 9. Using Cost Information to Make Special Decisions. 10. Budgeting. 11. Responsibility Accounting. 12. Provider Cost-Finding Methods. 13. Provider Payment Systems.

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Health Care Quality Management: Tools and applications

Changing the U.S. Health Care System: Key Issues in Health Services Policy and Management, fourth edition

Thomas K. Ross, PhD, East Carolina University 978-1-118-50553-3 • Paper • 624 pp. • 2014

Gerald F. Kominski, PhD, UCLA

In today’s challenging health care environment, health care organizations are faced with improving patient outcomes, redesigning business processes, and executing quality and risk management initiatives. Health Care Quality Management offers an introduction to the field and practice of quality management and reveals the best practices and strategies health care organizations can adopt to improve patient outcomes and program quality. • Filled with illustrative case studies that show how business processes can be restructured to achieve improvements in quality, risk reduction, and other key business results and outcomes • Clearly demonstrates how to effectively use process analysis tools to identify issues and causes, select corrective actions, and monitor implemented solutions • Includes vital information on the use of statistical process control to monitor system performance (variables) and outcomes (attributes) • Also contains multiple data sets that can be used to practice the skills and tools discussed and reviews examples of where and how the tools have been applied in health care • Provides information on root cause analysis and failure mode effects analysis and offers, as discussion, the clinical tools and applications that are used to improve patient care TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: The State of Quality Management in Health Care. 1. Quality in Health Care. 2. Error and Variation. 3. Regulating the Quality and Quantity of Health Care. Part 2: Quality Management Tools. 4. Process Analysis Tools. 5. Root Cause Analysis. 6. Statistical Process Control for Monitoring System Performance. 7. Statistical Process Control for Monitoring Failure Rates. 8. Statistical Process Control for Monitoring Nonconformities. 9. Exploring Quality Issues with Statistical Tools. 10. Failure Mode and Effects Analysis. Part 3: Medical Practice Management. 12. Case, Disease, and Outcomes Management. 13. Profiling, Economic Credentialing, and Risk Adjustment. 14. Benchmarking and Implementation. 15. The Future of Quality Management in Health Care

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978-1-118-12891-6 • Hardcover • 720 pp. • 2014

Ideal for students in health administration, public health, nursing, social work, and public administration, this Fourth Edition addresses the key topics in health care policy and management. Like the previous editions, this important book presents evidence-based views of current issues. Each chapter is written by an expert in the field who integrates evidence to explain the current condition and presents support for needed change. This edition also has a deep coverage of health reform and its impact on all areas and regions of health services. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Access to Health Care. 1. Changing the U.S. Health Care System: The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. 2. Improving Access to Care in America. 3. Ethnic Disparities in Health Status. 4. Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Health Care. 5. Multilevel Social Determinants of Health. 6. Public Policies to Extend Health Care Coverage. 7. Private Health Insurance. Part 2: Costs of Health Care. 8. Measuring Health Care Costs and Trends. 9. Containing Health Care Costs. 10. Promoting Pharmaceutical Access While Controlling Prices and Expenditures. Part 3: Quality of Health Care. 11. Measuring Health-Related Quality of Life and Other Outcomes. 12. Evaluating the Quality of Care. 13. Public Release of Information on Quality. 14. Health Care Information Systems. 15. Performance Measurement of Nursing Care. Part 4: Special Populations. 16. Long-Term Services and Supports for the Elderly Population. 17. HIV and Aids in The. 21st Century. 18. Health Reform for Children and Families. 19. Homeless Persons. Part 5: Directions for Change. 20. Changing the Us Health Care Delivery System. 21. Medicare Reform. 22. Public Health and Clinical Care. 23. Strengthening the Safety Net. 24. Ethical Issues in Public Health and Health Services.


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Public Health Policy: Issues, Theories, and advocacy

The Putting Patients first field Guide: Global lessons in Designing and Implementing Patient-Centered Care

Dru Bhattacharya, JD, MPH, LLM, Loyola University 978-1-118-16435-8 • Paper • 600 pp. • 2013

Public Health Policy: Issues, Theories, and Advocacy offers students an engaging and innovative introduction to public health policy: its purpose, how it is originated, and how it is implemented. The book describes the underlying theories and frameworks as well as practical analytical tools needed for effective advocacy and communication. Drawing on the multidisciplinary nature of public health, the book uses concepts and examples from epidemiology, law, economics, political science, and ethics to examine the policymaking process, explain positions pro or con, and develop materials for various audiences to further a public health policy intervention. In addition, Public Health Policy shows how policy making is a complex and integrated top-down and bottoms-up process that embraces a myriad of public and private stakeholders. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Building a Framework for Conducting a Multi-Disciplinary Analysis. 1. The Role of Law: Agencies, Legislators, Courts, and the Constitution. 2. The Role of Epidemiology and Medicine: Diagnosis, Prevention, Control, and Evaluation. 3. The Role of Economics: Theories, Modeling, and Evaluation. 4. The Role of Politics: Players, Processes, and Power. 5. The Role of Ethics: Historical, Contemporary, and Future Perspectives. Part 2: Case Studies on Select Topics and Strategies. 6. HIV Criminalization. 7. Clean Water and Mosquito Control. 8. HPV Vaccination. 9. SCHIP and Children with Special Healthcare Needs (CSHCN). 10. Overweight and Obesity. 11. Breast- Cancer Screening. 12. Medical Transportation -Local Research Focus. 13. Medical Transportation -Local Practice Focus. 14. Taxes, Politics, and Public Health Policy --A Look Back at the 2008 Presidential Campaign. 15. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program and Modifying Behavior Change. 16. Medical Readmissions and the Affordable Care Act. 17. Tobacco Control and Cessation Programs. 18. Emergency Preparedness and Infectious Diseases. Part 3: Advocacy. 19. Primer on Research Policy Brief. 20. Primer on Writing Effective Letters to an Editor.

Susan B. Frampton, Patrick A. Charmel, Sara Guastello, Planetree 978-1-118-44494-8 • Hardcover • 320 pp. • 2013

Putting Patients First Field Guide: Global Lessons in Designing and Implementing Patient-Centered Care is the ultimate real-world guide to how hospitals, long-term care communities, and integrated health care systems around the world are operationalizing the fundamental dimensions of a patient-centered culture, including access to information, family involvement, healing environments, employee and physician engagement, patient advocacy, and more. Edited by Susan Framption and Patrick Charmel of Planetree, a nonprofit consulting and research organization dedicated to patient centered care, the book: • Represents a concrete pathway to patient-centered excellence, using lessons from organizations around the world • Features real life examples of providers from nearly every continent, this book underscores the adaptability of a patient-centered approach to accommodate cultural nuances • Addresses the universal desire for patients and family members across cultures for holistic health care experiences that promote humanity, partnership and transparency TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: Patient-Centered Care Goes Global. Part 1: Patient-Centered Care as a Fundamental Strategy for Achieving High-Quality, High-Value Care. 1: The Patient-Centered Care Value Equation. 2: Defining and Measuring PatientCentered Quality. Part 2: Challenges and Solutions in Patient-Centered Care. 3: Compassion in Action. 4: Words That Work: Patient-Centered Physician Communication. 5: Activating Patients Through Access to Information. 6: Healing Partnerships: The Role of Family in Patient Centered Care. 7: Healing Environment: Architecture and Design Conducive to Health. Part 3: Activating Stakeholders to Create Organizational Change. 8: Creating Lasting Organizational Change: Turning Hopes into Reality. 9: Culture Change and the Employee Experience. 10: Partnering with Patients and Families to Improve Quality and Safety. 11: The Role of Physicians in Patient-Centered Care. Chapter Twelve: Creating a Patient-Centered Continuum of Care.

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Health Care Information Systems: a Practical approach for Health Care Management, Third edition

Transforming Health Care leadership: a Systems Guide to Improve Patient Care, Decrease Costs, and Improve Population Health

Karen A. Wager, DBA, Frances Wickham Lee, DBA, University of South Carolina; John P. Glaser, PhD, Siemens Healthcare

Michael Maccoby, PhD, The Maccoby Group; Clifford L. Norman, MA, Associates in Process Improvement; C. Jane Norman, MBA, Associates in Process Improvement; Richard Margolies, PhD, The Maccoby Group

978-1-118-17353-4 • Paper • 736 pp. • 2013

This most widely used textbook in the field has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect changes in the health care industry and the renewed focus on health care information technology initiatives. Two new chapters cover Federal efforts to enhance quality of patient care through the use of health care information technology and strategy considerations. Additionally, reflecting the increased focus on global health, the book features an international perspective on health care information technology. Case studies of organizations experiencing managementrelated information system challenges have been updated and several new cases have been added. These reality-based cases are designed to stimulate discussion among students and enable them to apply concepts in the book to real-life scenarios. The book’s companion Web site features lecture slides, a test bank, and other materials to enhance students’ understanding. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Health Care Information. 1. Introduction to Health Care Information. 2. Health Care Data Quality. 3. Health Care Information Regulations, Laws, and Standards. Part 2: Health Care Information Systems. 4. History and Evolution of Health Care Information Systems. 5. Clinical Information Systems. 6. Federal Efforts to Enhance Quality of Patient Care through the Use of Health Information Technology. 7. System Acquisition. 8. System Implementation and Support. Part 3: Information Technology. 9. Information Architectures and Technologies That Support Health Care Information Systems. 10. Health Care Information System Standards. 11. Security of Health Care Information Systems. Part 4: Senior Management IT Challenges. 12. Organizing Information Technology Services. 13. IT Alignment and Strategic Planning. 14. Strategy Considerations. 15. IT Governance and Management. 16. Management’s Role in Major IT Initiatives. 17. Assessing and Achieving Value in Health Care Information Systems. 18. Health IT Leadership: A Compendium of Case Studies.

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978-1-118-50563-2 • Hardcover • 416 pp. • 2013

Health care organizations are challenged to improve care at the bedside for patients, learn from individual patients to improve population health, and reduce per capita costs. To achieve these aims, leaders are needed in all parts of the organization need positive solutions. Transforming Health Care Leadership provides healthcare leaders with the knowledge and tools to master the unprecedented level of change that health care organizations and their leaders now face. It also challenges management myths that served in bureaucracies but mislead in learning organizations. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: The Challenge to Health Care Organizations and Creating the Leadership Team to Lead. 1. Introduction: From Management Myths to Strategic Intelligence. 2. Why and How Health Care Organizations Need to Change. 3. Leading Health Care Change. 4. Developing a Leadership Philosophy. Part 2: Strategic Intelligence and Profound Knowledge for Leading. 5. Leading with Strategic Intelligence and Profound Knowledge. 6. Changing Health Care Systems with Systems Thinking. 7. Statistical Thinking for Health Care Leaders. 8. Understanding the Psychology of Collaborators. 9. A Health Care Leader’s Role in Building Knowledge. Part 3: Learning from Other Leaders and Creating a Path Forward. 10. Three Case Studies: Mastering Change. 11. Leading Change: First Steps in Employing Strategic Intelligence to Get Results.


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HEALTH PROGRAM MANAGEMENT From Development Through Evaluation

Diversity and Cultural Competence in Health Care a Systems approach

Health Program Management: from Development Through evaluation, Second edition

Janice L. Dreachslin, PhD, Pennsylvania State University; M. Jean Gilbert, PhD, Cultures in the Clinic; Beverly Malone, PhD, RN, FAAN, National League for Nursing

Beaufort B. Longest Jr. PhD, University of Pittsburgh 978-1-118-83470-1 • Paper • 352 pp. • 2015

Second Edition

978-1-118-06560-0 • Paper • 480 pp. • 2013

Beaufort B. Longest, Jr.

Health Program Management: From Development Through Evaluation, Second Edition is a practical and useful introduction to the management of health programs. While providing an overview of the current best practices in management, the textbook goes beyond simple management techniques, teaching students how to develop, lead, and evaluate their programs to ensure quality outcomes. The focus is on the three core management concepts of strategy, design, and leadership, but time is also devoted to describing facilitative management activities integral to successful programs. Students will learn techniques for communication, decision-making, quality assurance, marketing, and program evaluation within the structure of the book’s program management model. Logically organized with a separate chapter for each activity, this resource provides a thorough, systematic overview of the effective development, implementation, and evaluation of health programs. The Second Edition provides a comprehensive approach to management throughout all stages of a health program: • Learn to develop a strategy that steers the program toward specific goals • Discover how to design, market, and lead an effective health program • Become familiar with the manager’s role in a quality health program • Evaluate potential and existing programs for performance and capability Students and aspiring managers and leaders preparing themselves for the challenges of managing health programs will find the information and techniques to develop the skills they need.

Written by three nationally known scholars and experts, this textbook is designed to provide upper division and graduate level health care students and professionals with a clear understanding of recent philosophies and processes undergirding diversity management, inclusion, and culturally competent care delivery as seen through the lens of current health care policy and practice. The textbook integrates strategic diversity management, self-reflective leadership, and the personal change process, with culturally and linguistically appropriate care into a cohesive systems-oriented approach for health care professionals. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: The Diversity Imperative. 1. Multicultural Communities. 2. Workforce Demographics. 3. Regulation and Policy. Part 2: Development of Cultural Competence. 4. Foundations for Cultural Competence: The Organization and the Clinician. 5. Hallmarks of Culturally Competent Clinicians and Administrators. 6. Training and Preparation for Cultural Competence. Part 3: Cultural Competence and Health Care Delivery. 7. Cultural Competence and the Health Care Encounter. 8. Cross-Cultural Communication in Health Care Delivery. 9. Group Identity and Health Care Delivery. Part 4: Cultural Competency and the Health Care Organization. 10. The Importance of Organizational Behavior. 11. The Business Case: Evidence-Based Best Practices. 12. The Future of Diversity and Culturally Competence in Health Care.

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. The Work of Managers in Health Programs. 2. Developing and Strategizing the Future. 3. Designing for Effectiveness. 4. Leading to Accomplish Desired Results. 5. Making Good Management Decisions. 6. Communicating for Understanding. 7. Managing Quality—Totally. 8. Commercial and Social Marketing. 9. Program Evaluation.

STR ATEGIC M ANAGEMENT Of H EALTH C ARE ORGANIzATIONS

Strategic Management of Health Care organizations, Seventh edition Peter M. Ginter, University of Alabama, Birmingham 978-1-118-46646-9 • Hardcover • 476 pp. • 2013

SE V E N T H E DI T ION

Strategic Management has become the single clearest manifestation of effective leadership of health care organizations. The Seventh Edition of this leading text has been revised and updated to include a greater focus on the global analysis of industry and competition; and analysis of the internal environment. It provides guidance on strategic planning, analysis of the health services environment (both internal and external) and lessons on implementation. It also looks at organizational capability, sustainability, CSR, and the sources of organizational inertia and competency traps. PETER M. GINTER • W. JACK DuNCAN • LINDA E. SWAyNE

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foodservice Manual for Health Care Institutions, fourth edition

foundations of Health Care Management: Principles and Methods

Ruby Parker Puckett, MA, RD, FCSI, CFE, University of Florida

Bernard J. Healey, PhD, Kings College; Marc C. Marchese, PhD, King’s College

978-0-470-58374-6 • Paper • 592 pp. • 2012

978-0-470-93212-4 • Paper • 560 pp. • 2012

Food Service Manual for Health Care Institutions, Fourth Edition offers a comprehensive review of the management and operation of health care food service departments. This edition includes learning objectives and review questions at the end of each chapter. This book includes information on a wide variety of topics such as leadership, quality control, human resource management, communications, and financial control and management. It also contains information on the practical operation of the food service department that has been greatly expanded and updated to help institutions better meet the needs of the customer and comply with the regulatory standards. Ruby Parker Pucket is a recognized and decorated innovator and educator in this area.

Foundations of Health Care Management offers an innovative, concise introduction to health care management and administration. It serves dual purposes for faculty and students by providing both insights into the health care field as well as foundational content on essential management and leadership competencies. A full set of support materials is available for instructors at the book’s companion website. This book also covers such critical topics as leadership training, change management, conflict management techniques, culture building, quality improvement, and communications skills, as well as collaboration in the improvement of population health. TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Food Service Industry: An Overview. 2. Leadership: Managing for Change. 3. Marketing. 4. Quality Management. 5. Planning and Decision Making. 6. Organization and Time Management. 7. Communications. 8. Human Resource Management. 9. Medical Nutrition Therapy. 10. Management Information Systems. 11. Control Function and Financial Management. 12. Environmental Issues: Including Green Trends/Issues Such as LEEDS, Green Buildings, and Sustainability. 13. Food Safety, Sanitation, and Hazard Analysis. 14. Safety, Security, and Emergency Preparedness. 15. Menu Planning: Includes Content on New Food Guide Pyramid; Diet Spreadsheet; Menu Substitution; and More.. 16. Product Selection. 17. Purchasing. 18. Receiving, Storage, and Inventory Control. 19. Food Production 20. Distribution and Service 21. Facility Design and Equipment Selection.

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Part 1: Introduction to Health Care Management. 1. Critical Issues for the Future of Health Care in the United States. 2. Health Care Management. Part 2: Managing the External Environment. 3. Strategy and Structure: Choosing the Path to Success. Part 3: Managing Human Performance in Organizations. 4. Leadership as Plural. 5. Change, Motivation, and Innovation: Creating a Culture of Excellence. 6. Communication: Can You Hear Me Now? 7. Physician Management. Part 4: Creating a High-Performance Workplace. 8. Human Resources Management and Health Care. 9. Staffing Health Care Organizations: Recruitment and Selection. 10. Employee Performance Improvement: The Pursuit of Quality Care. Part 5: Special Areas of Health Care Management. 11. Health Care Marketing: Speaking the Language. 12. Financial Management: Show Me the Money. 13. Ethics, the Law, and Doing Good. 14. A Look into the Future of Health Services.


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HEALTH CARE DATA GUIDE

LEARNING FROM DATA FOR IMPROVEMENT

Lloyd P. Provost, Associates in Process Improvement; Sandra Murray, Principle in Corporate Transformation Concepts 978-0-470-90258-5 • Paper • 480 pp. • 2011

L L O Y D P. P R O V O S T SA N D R A K . M U R R AY

The Health Care Data Guide is designed for students and professionals wanting to develop skills to use data for improvement. The Health Care Data Guide focuses on building a skill set specific to using data for the improvement of health care processes and outcomes. This spotlights statistical process control (SPC), a philosophy, a strategy, and a set of methods for ongoing improvement of processes and systems to yield better outcomes. The authors reveal how to put SPC into practice for a wide range of applications, including evaluating current process performance, searching for ideas for improvement, determining if changes have resulted in evidence of improvement, and tracking implementation efforts to document sustainability of the improvement. The book provides a comprehensive overview of graphical methods used in SPC, such as Shewhart charts, run charts, frequency plots, Pareto analysis, and scatter diagrams. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Using Data for Improvement. 1. Improvement Methodology. 2. Obtaining Data for Improvement. 3. Understanding Variation Using Run Charts. 4. Learning from Variation in Data. 5. Understanding Variation Using Shewhart Charts. Part 2: Advanced Theory and Methods with Data. 6. Shewhart Chart Savvy: Dealing with Some Issues. 7. More Shewhart-Type Charts. 8. Special Uses for Shewhart Charts. 9. Drilling Down into Aggregate Data for Improvement. Part 3: Applications of Shewhart Charts in Health Care. 10. Using Shewhart Charts for Individual Patient Care. 11. Learning from Patient Feedback to Improve Care. 12. Using Shewhart Charts in Health Care Leadership. Part 4: Case Studies. 13. Case Studies Using Shewhart Charts.

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DAVID A. SHORE

FORCES OF

CHANGE

forces of Change: new Strategies for the evolving Health Care Marketplace David A. Shore, PhD, Harvard University 978-1-118-09913-1 • Hardcover • 288 pp. • 2012

This ground-breaking book is based on an innovative model developed by David NE W STR ATEGIES FOR THE A. Shore that serves as the foundation E V OLV ING HE A LT H C A RE MARKETPLACE for his Forces of Change program. Forces of Change offers an invaluable guide and source book for the latest thinking on how organizations and their leaders can navigate an ever-changing health care marketplace. The book’s emphasis on creating competitive advantage and developing implementation strategies could scarcely be more timely or more in demand. TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Can We Get Better? 1. Framing the Forces of Change. 2. The Market Dynamics of Health Care. 3. Transformational Leadership: The Key to Success. Part 2: The Elements of Change. 4. Employee Engagement and the Transformation of the Health Care Industry. 5. Patient Safety in the Era of Health Care Reform. 6. Health Care Reform and Technological Innovation. 7. Health Care IT: A Critical Enabler for Health Care Transformation. 8. Health Care IT: A Reality Check. 9. A Systematic Solution: Integrated Health Care Management. Part 3: Reshaping the Organization. 10. Stakeholder Interactions: Can We Transform Bad Behavior? 11. The Trust Prescription: How Health Care Organizations Can Win the Confidence and Compliance of Their Key Stakeholders. 12. A Winning Brand: Leveraging the Power of Intangible Assets. 13. Implementing Health Care Change through Projects.

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Triple Aim Seven Innovators Show the Way to Better Care, Better Health,

Pursuing the Triple aim: Seven Innovators Show the Way to better Care, better Health, and lower Costs Maureen Bisognano, MS, Institute for Healthcare Improvement; Charles Kenney 978-1-118-20572-3 • Hardcover • 352 pp. • 2012

Written by the head of Institute for Maureen Bisognano Healthcare (IHI), the nation’s leading Charles Kenney organization for health care quality improvement, the book answers the question: How can we pursue improvement of population health and patient health while lowering cost? Innovative health care organizations around the country have formulated breakthrough solutions to some of the toughest and most expensive challenges in health care. This book identifies these innovations, describes and defines them, and prescribes a model for their spread. The authors measure and detail the impact of these changes on both the health of our nation and on costs savings. and Lower Costs

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. HealthPartners: Care Model Process and Continuous Healing Relationships. 2. Intel and Virginia Mason Medical Center: Marketplace Collaboratives for Better, Faster, More Affordable Care. 3. CareOregon and Affiliated Clinics: Producing Health, Changing Lives. 4. The Alternative Quality Contract: A Payment Method Supporting the Triple Aim. 5. Bellin Health: Improving Population Health with the Right Care at the Right Place and the Right Cost. 6. The Patient and Family Centered Care Methodology and Practice: Improving Patient Experience and Clinical Outcomes. 7. Kaiser Permanente: Embedding Improvement Capacity into Organizational DNA. 8. No Excuses: Effective Leadership to Achieve the Triple Aim. 9. Epilogue: Innovation Everywhere.

JOAN E. PYNES • DONALD N. LOMBARDI

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT FOR HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS

Human Resources Management for Health Care organizations: a Strategic approach Joan E. Pynes, PhD, University of South Florida; Donald N. Lombardi, MD, Stevens Institute of Technology 978-0-470-87355-7 • Paper • 448 pp. • 2012

Human Resources Management in Health Care Organizations: A Strategic Approach provides an overview of human resource management in a health services or public health setting. Core concepts such as work and workplace assessment, motivators, human resource planning and recruitment, decentralization, criteria-based position descriptions, performance appraisals, career ladder development and incentives, are covered, with case studies that amplify a systems-oriented health services. This book explains strategies to improve retention and to coordinate human resource problems with the organizational culture health service organizations. Regulatory and accreditation issues, organizational structure, management models, leadership, union management issues, innovative management models, and service issues that affect reimbursement, wage, and practice in multiple settings are covered. A S T R AT EGIC A P P RO A CH

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Human Resources Management in the Health Care Business Arena. 1. Introduction to Health Care Human Resources Management. 2. Strategic Health Care Human Resources Management and Planning. 3. Organizational Culture Standards for Health Care Human Resources. 4. Equal Employment Opportunity Laws and Health Care Human Resources Management. 5. Managing the Unique Health Care Workforce. 6. The Importance of Volunteers in Health Care Organizations. Part 2: Methods and Accountabilities of Health Care Human Resources. 7. Critical Job Analysis and Design. 8. Recruitment, Interviewing, and Selection Strategies. 9. Maximizing Performance Management and Evaluation. 10. Compensation Strategies. 11. Benefits. Part 3: Maximizing Health Care Human Resources. 12. Training and Development. 13. Organizational Development Strategies. 14. Labor-Management Relations. 15. Strategic Health Care Human Resources Technology

Strategic Marketing for Health Care organizations: building a Customer-Driven Health System Philip Kotler, PhD, Northwestern University; Joel Shalowitz, MD, Northwestern University; Robert J. Stevens, PhD, University of North Carolina 978-0-7879-8496-0 • 576 pp. • Hardcover • 2008

Rich with tips and cases, the book analyzes customer-driven health care, showing how companies create and implement strategies. Students are exposed to a wide range of perspectives: hospitals,physician practices, social marketing, international health, managedcare, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology.

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ETHICS IN HEALTH SERVICES AND POLICY A GLOBA L A PPROACH

de a n m. h a r r is

ethics in Health Services and Policy: a Global approach

launching and leading Change Initiatives in Health Care organizations: Managing Successful Projects

Dean M. Harris, JD, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 978-0-470-53106-8 • Paper • 304 pp. • 2011

David A. Shore, PhD, Harvard University

Ideal for students of public health, medicine, nursing and allied health professions, public policy, and ethics, the book helps students in all these areas to develop important competencies in their chosen fields. This book:

• Compares different perspectives on ethical issues in various countries and cultures, such as informed consent, withholding or withdrawing treatment, physician-assisted suicide, reproductive health issues, research with human subjects, the right to health care, rationing of limited resources, and health system reform • Analyzes ethical issues that arise from the movement of patients and health professionals across national borders, such as medical tourism and transplant tourism, ethical obligations to provide care for undocumented aliens, and the “brain drain” of health professionals from developing countries • Includes selected readings which provide diverse perspectives of people from different countries and cultures in their own words • Contains an introductory section centered on a specific topic and explores the different ways in which the topic is viewed around the globe Ethics in Health Services and Policy is designed to promote student participation and offers methods of activity-based learning, including factual scenarios for analysis and discussion of specific ethical issues. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Ethical Theories and Bioethics in a Global Perspective. 2. Autonomy and Informed Consent in Global Perspective. 3. Withholding or Withdrawing Treatment and Physician-Assisted Suicide. 4. Ethical Issues in Reproductive Health. 5. Ethical Issues of Female Genital Mutilation. 6. Ethical Issues of Research with Human Subjects. 7. The Right to Health Care, and Ethical Obligations to Provide Care. 8. Ethical Issues in Rationing and Allocation of Limited Resources. 9. Ethical Issues of Health Insurance and Health System Reform. 10. Ethical Issues in the Movement of Patients Across National Borders. 11. Ethical Issues in the Movement of Health Care Professionals Across National Borders. 12. Corruption and Informal Payments in Health Systems.

978-1-118-09914-8 • Hardvocer • 176 pp. • 2014

Health care projects depend on astute management of change. But more than anything else, they depend on leaders who pay attention, who understand the importance of starting right, and who know how to launch projects that succeed. If leaders can increase the percentage of successful projects, patients, and practitioners everywhere will be better off and so will the organizations that depend on these projects for innovation. In Launching and Leading Change Initiatives in Health Care Organizations: Managing Successful Projects, author David A. Shore of the Harvard School of Public Health speaks directly to the health care leaders and managers who see the need for change, but keep encountering nearly insurmountable challenges. Through his research, Shore discovered that most implementation failures occur because of a poor launch, and that strengthening processes and operations during the early weeks of a new project is a key to continued success. The book covers issues like: • The preliminary groundwork that cultivates a stronger launch • Systematic and selective project selection • Building the team that accomplishes change • Skill-building and record-keeping systems that foster sustainable growth TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Changing Health Care. Introduction: The Need for Change. 1. How Organizations Can Really Change. 2. Criteria for an Initiative’s Success. 3. Planning: Seeds of Success and Failure. Part 2: 4. Identifying and Creating the Right Initiatives. 5. Selecting, Prioritizing, and Monitoring Change Initiatives. Part 3: 6. What You Are Looking For. 7. Assembling the Individuals for a Change Event. 8. Converting Individuals into a Project Implementation Team. 9. The First Mile and Beyond.

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Error Reduction in Health Care A S YS T E M S A P P ROAC H TO I M P ROV I NG PAT I E N T S A F E T Y

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Foreword by Lucian Leape

error Reduction in Health Care: a Systems approach to Improving Patient Safety, Second edition Patrice L. Spath, BA, RHIT, Brown-Spath & Associates 978-0-470-50240-2 • Paper • 416 pp. • 2011

This Second Edition of Error Reduction in Health Care offers a step-by-step guide for implementing the recommendations of the Institute of Medicine to reduce the frequency of errors in health care services and to mitigate the impact of errors when they do occur. This expanded edition covers contemporary material on innovative patient safety topics such as applying Lean principles to reduce mistakes, opportunity analysis, deductive adverse event investigation, improving safety through collaboration with patients and families, using technology for patient safety improvements, medication safety, and high-reliability organizations.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: The Basics of Patient Safety. 1. A Formula for Errors: Good People + Bad Systems. 2. The Human Side of Medical Mistakes. 3. High Reliability and Patient Safety. Part 2: Measure and Evaluate Patient Safety. 4. Measuring Performance of High-Risk Processes. 5. Analyzing Patient Safety Performance. 6. Using Performance Data to Prioritize Safety Improvement Projects. Part 3: Reactive and Proactive Safety Investigations. 7. Accident Investigation and Anticipatory Failure Analysis. 8. MTO and DEB Analysis Can Find System Breakdowns. 9. Using Deductive Analysis to Examine Adverse Events. Part 4: How to Make Health care Processes Safer. 10. Proactively ErrorProofing Health Care Processes. 11. Reducing Errors through Work Systems Improvements. 12. Improve Patient Safety with Lean Techniques. Part 5: Focused Patient Safety Initiatives. 13. How Information Technology Can Improve Patient Safety. 14. A Structured Teamwork System to Reduce Clinical Errors. 15. Medication Safety Improvement.

Health Care operations and Supply Chain Management: operations, Planning, and Control John F. Kros, PhD, East Carolina University, Evelyn Brown, PhD, East Carolina University 978-1-118-10977-9 • Paper • 576 pp. • 2013

This innovative text offers a thorough foundation in operations management, supply chain management, and the strategic implementation of programs, techniques, and tools for reducing costs and improving quality in health care organizations. The authors incorporate the features and functions of Microsoft Excel where appropriate in their coverage of supply chain strategy, process design and analysis of health care operations, managing health care operations quality, and planning and controlling health care operations. Health Care Operations and Supply Chain Management offers real-world examples to illustrate the most current concepts and techniques such as value stream mapping and Six Sigma. In addition, the authors clearly demonstrate how operations and process improvement relate to contemporary health care trends such as evidence-based medicine and pay-for-performance. This book contains: • Leading edge concepts and techniques • Real-life data and actual examples from health care settings to underscore the main concepts in the text • Instruction in the use of Microsoft Excel for health care operations and supply side management • The book’s numerous screen shots and detailed instructions guide the student through the use of Microsoft Excel’s many functions and features TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Strategy. 1. Health Care Operations and Supply Chain Strategy. 2. Financial Aspects of Health Care Operations and Supply Chain Management. 3. Managerial Accounting Aspects of Health Care Operations and Supply Chain Management. Part 2: Process Design and Analysis of Health Care Operations. 4. Data and Statistical Tools for Health Care Operations Improvement. 5. Problem Solving and Decision-Making Tools in Health Care Operations. 6. Simulation. 7. Process Improvement and Patient Flow. 8. Facility Layout. Part 3: Managing Health Care Operations Quality. 9. Managing Quality in a Health Care Setting. 10. Quality Control and Improvement. Part 4: Planning and Controlling Health Care Operations. 11. Lean Concepts in Health Care. 12. Forecasting for Health Care Management. 13. Project Management. 14. Aggregate Planning, Scheduling, and Capacity Management in Health Care. 15. Inventory Management Refuge—The Cause Celébre 17. Water and Environmental Policy.

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THE STR ATEGIC APPLICATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN HEALTH CAR E ORGANIZATIONS T HIR D EDIT ION

The Strategic application of Information Technology in Health Care organizations, Third edition John P. Glaser, PhD, Siemens Healthcare, Claudia Salzberg, Brigham and Women’s Hospital 978-0-470-63941-2 • Hardcover • 288 pp. • 2011

HEALTH CARE IN THE

UNITED STATES ORGANIZATION, MANAGEMENT, AND POLICY

JOHN P. GL A SER CL AUDI A SA LZBERG

This new edition of The Strategic Application of Information Technology in Health Care Organizations offers a peerless guide for health care leaders to understand information technology (IT) strategic planning and implementation. Filled with illustrative case studies, this book explores the link between overall strategy and information technology strategy. It also discusses organizational capabilities, such as change management, that have an impact on an organization’s overall IT effectiveness, and a wide range of IT strategy issues. The book covers emerging trends such as personalized medicine, service-oriented architecture, the ramification of changes in care delivery models, and the IT strategies necessary to support public health. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. An Overview of Strategy. 2. Linkage of IT Strategy to Organizational Strategy. 3. Internal IT Capabilities and Characteristics. 4. Examples of IT Strategy. 5. High-Performance Medicine. 6. Personalized Medicine. 7. Service-Oriented Architecture. 8. Population Health. 9. Health Care Reform. 10. Conclusion.

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Health Care in the United States: organization, Management, and Policy Howard P. Greenwald, PhD, University of Southern California 978-0-7879-9547-8 • Hardcover • 400 pp. • 2010

This accessible introduction to health services emphasizes concepts in population health and health services delivery to explain how the U.S. health services system is organized, managed, financed, and evaluated.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Introduction. 1. Aim of This Book. 2. Feature of the United States Health Care System. 3. Continuing Dilemmas of U.S. Health Care. Part 2: Health and Illness: The Health Care System’s Tasks. 4. Health and Disease in the Modern World. 5. Fundamental of Epidemiology. 6. Health Behavior. Part 3: The Health Care Delivery System. 7. Providers of Health Services: Organizations. 8. Providers of Health Services: Personnel. 9. Paying for Health Care: The Financing System. Part 4: Innovations in Financing and Delivery. 10. Systems Changes and Their Implications. 11. Outcomes of Cost Sharing. 12. HMO Enrollment, Use of Services, and Outcomes. 13. Health Care Technology. Part 5: Health Care and the Public Interest. 14. Politics and Policymaking. 15. Research and Evaluation. 16. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. Part 6: The Future of Health Care. 17. Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going: Immediate Concerns.

from Management to leadership: Strategies for Transforming Health, Third edition Jo Manion, Manion & Associates 978-0-470-88629-8 • Paper • 416 pp. • 2011

FROM

M ANAGEMENT TO LEADERSHIP STR ATEGIES FOR TR ANSFORMING HEALTH CARE

THIRD EDITION

From Management to Leadership identifies the fundamental interpersonal skills that every health care leader (and aspiring leader) needs to develop in order to be a successful executive or manager. The Third Edition of the classic text offers suggestions for developing and improving essential health care leadership skills. This practical guide presents concepts and skills that can be immediately applied to everyday situations. Completely revised and updated, this edition includes new concepts and resources based on the latest research and practices. Praise for the Third Edition of From Management to Leadership:

“As leaders, we want engagement, commitment, ownership, teamwork, and results. Jo Manion illuminates the interpersonal skills that are pivotal. She provides the how in a way that’s convincing, refreshing, mind-stretching, and practical.”—Wendy Leebov, EdD, president, Wendy Leebov and Associates TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface. Acknowledgments. The Author. 1. Leadership: An Elusive Concept. 2. Cultivating the Leadership Relationship. 3. Building Commitment: Getting Others to Follow. 4. Communicating with Clarity. 5. The Art of Effectively Facilitating Processes. 6. Getting Results. 7. Developing Others. 8. Conclusion: Leading in the Future. References. Index. 

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U.S. FOOD SYSTEM

PUBLIC HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT, AND EQUITY

RONI NEFF

, EDITOR

THE JOHNS HOPKINS CENTER FOR A LIVABLE FUTURE

Introduction to the U.S. food System Public Health, environment, and equity Roni Neff, PhD, Johns Hopkins University 978-1-118-06338-5 • Paper • 550 pp. • 2015

Introduction to the U.S. Food System: Public Health, Environment, and Equity is a comprehensive and engaging textbook that offers students an overview of today’s US food system, with particular focus on the food system’s interrelationships with public health, the environment, equity, and society. Using a classroom-friendly approach, the text covers the core content of the food system and provides evidence-based perspectives reflecting the tremendous breadth of issues and ideas important to understanding today’s U.S. food system. The book is rich with illustrative examples, case studies, activities, and discussion questions.

The textbook is a project of the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future (CLF), and it builds upon the Center’s educational mission to examine the complex interrelationships between diet, food production, environment, and human health to advance an ecological perspective in reducing threats to the health of the public, and to promote policies that protect health, the global environment, and the ability to sustain life for future generations. Issues covered in Introduction to the U.S. Food System include food insecurity, social justice, community and worker health concerns, food marketing, nutrition, resource depletion, and ecological degradation. • Presents concepts on the foundations of the U.S. food system, crop production, food system economics, processing and packaging, consumption and overconsumption, and the environmental impacts of food • Examines the political factors that influence food and how it is produced • Ideal for students and professionals in many fields, including public health, nutritional science, nursing, medicine, environment, policy, business, and social science, among others TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction: Systems, The Food System, and the Health of the Public. Part 1: Outcomes. 2. Food System Public Health Effects. 3. Ecological Threats to and from Food Systems. 4. The Food System and Health Inequities. 5. Public Health Implications of Household Food. 6. Community Food Security. Part 2: Drivers of the Food System. 7 Food System Economics. 8. Policies That Shape the U.S. Food System. 9. Food, Culture, and Society. 10. Promotional Marketing: A Driver of the Modern Food System. Part 3: Food Production, from Seed to Sales. 11. Crop Production and Food Systems. 12. Food Animal Production. 13. Food Processing and Packaging. 14 Food Distribution. Part 4: Food Consumption. 15. Food Consumption in the United States. 16. Nutrition. 17. Healthy Food Environments. 18. Intervening to Change Eating Patterns: How Can Individuals and Societies Affect Lasting Change Through Their Eating Patterns?

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Transforming Public Health Practice: leadership and Management essentials Bernard J. Healey, PhD, King’s College; Cheryll D. Lesneski, DrPH, University of North Carolina 978-0-470-50895-4 • Paper • 416 pp. • 2011

Ber na r d J. He a le y

This text provides students with a basic foundation in public health practice and management with a specific focus on developing knowledge and skills required by the real world of public health. The authors explain the drivers of change in public health practice, key success factors for public health programs, dealing with the chronic disease burden, the impact of national health policy on public health practice, and tools for understanding and managing population health. This book then covers core leadership and management skills in areas of politics, workforce, partnership and collaboration, change management, bringing an outcomes orientation to public health organizations, opportunities for improvement, achieving health equity, and future challenges. Case studies highlight innovations in health education, working with people with disabilities, partnerships in response to disease outbreaks, and municipal health programs. Chery ll D. Lesnesk i

TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: Issues and Methods of Public Health Practice. 1. The Need for Change in the Practice of Public Health. 2. The Success of Public Health Programs in the United States. 3. Critical Issues for the Future of Health Care in the United States. 4. Application of Epidemiological Concepts of Medical Care Delivery. 5. Shifting the Focus from Communicable to Chronic Diseases. Part 2: Issues and Methods of Public Health Leadership and Management. 6. Leadership and Politics in Public Health. 7. Empowering Public Health Workers. 8. Partnerships to Improve the Public’s Health. 9. Leading and Managing Change in Public Health Organizations. 10. Developing an Outcomes Orientation in Public Health Organizations. 11. Opportunities for Improvement in Public Health Practice. 12. State and Local Policy Initiatives to Reduce Health Disparities. 13. Challenges in the New World of Public Health Practice. Case Studies.

Public Health foundations: Concepts and Practices

Public Health Foundations

Elena Andresen, PhD, University of Florida; Erin DeFries Bouldin; MPH, University of Washington 978-0-470-44587-7 • Paper • 544 pp. • 2010

Concepts and Prac tices

Responding to the growing student interest in public health, Public Health Foundations is an accessible ELENA A NDR ESEN ER IN D FR IES BOULDIN and comprehensive text that offers a reader-friendly introduction to core concepts and current practices. The authors use an engaging approach to topics such as epidemiology and pharmacoepidemiology, biostatistics, infectious disease, environmental health, social and behavioral sciences, health services and policy, quantitative and qualitative research methods, and health disparities. Ready for the classroom, each chapter includes learning objectives, an overview, detailed explanations, case studies, a summary, key terms, and review questions. Sidebars connect students to topics of current interest in the field of public health including ethics, emerging and reemerging infectious diseases, environmental hazards, climate change, social justice, and issues of insurance and access to health care. EDI TOR S

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Part 1: History, Development, and Organization. Chapter 1 History and Development of Public Health. Chapter 2 Modern Public Health Systems. Part 2: Analytic Tools and Methods. Chapter 3 Data for Public Health. Chapter 4 Epidemiology: Introduction and Basic Concepts. Chapter 5 Study Design. Chapter 6 Biostatistics. Chapter 7 Pharmacoepidemiology. Chapter 8 Infectious Disease Epidemiology. Chapter 9 Environmental Health. Chapter 10 Risk and Exposure Assessment. Part 3: Behavior and Health. Chapter 11 Social and Behavioral Sciences in Public Health. Chapter 12 Qualitative Data and Research Methods in Public Health. Chapter 13 Tuberculosis. Part 4: Health Services and Social Determinants. Chapter 14 Health Policy and the U.S. Health Care System. Chapter 15 Health Services Research. Chapter 16 Health Disparities. Part 5: Forecasting Public Health. Chapter 17 Future of Public Health.

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Introduction to Health Promotion Anastasia Snelling, PhD, American University 978-1-118-45529-6 • Paper • 400 pp. • 2014

Manoj Sharma Paul Branscum Ashutosh Atri

INTRODUCTION TO

Community and Public Health

Introduction to Community and Public Health Manoj Sharma, MBBS, MCHES, PhD, University of Cincinnati, Paul W. Branscum, PhD, RD, University of Oklahoma, Ashutosh Atri, MD

Introduction to Health Promotion gives students a working knowledge of health promotion concepts and methods and their application to ANASTASIA SNELLING health and health behaviors, with a Editor special emphasis on the philosophical and theoretical foundations of health promotion. The textbook also identifies and discusses the innovative health campaigns, strategies, and policies being implemented and enacted to improve health behaviors and practices that ultimately improve quality of life. Written by a professor with more than two decades of experience teaching and researching health promotion, this comprehensive resource goes beyond the basics, delving into issues such as the application of behavior change theories, planning models, and current wellness topics like nutrition, physical activity, and emotional well-being, among others. • Provides a clear introduction to the most essential topics in health promotion and education

Introduction to Community and Public Health covers the basics in each area of community and public health as identified by the Association of Schools of Public Health. In a student-friendly approach, authors Manoj Sharma, Paul W. Branscum, and Ashutosh Atri discuss epidemiology, biostatistics, social and behavioral sciences, environmental health, and healthy policy and management. Written to serve both graduate and undergraduate public health students, as well as to help prepare for the Certified in Public Health (CPH) exam, Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES) exam, and Master certified in Health Education Specialist (MCHES) exam, the book covers each of these five core disciplines, plus other important topics such as:

• Explains behavior change theories and program planning models

• Population dynamics and control

• Explores health promotion’s role tackling issues of stress, tobacco use, eating behaviors, and physical activity

• Air, water, and noise pollution, and other environmental issues

• Includes chapters dedicated to professions, settings, and credentials available in the health promotion field

• Systems thinking and leadership in community and public health

• Looks at future trends of health promotion Ideal for students in health promotion, health education, and public health fields, Introduction to Health Promotion prepares students with a comprehensive overview of the foundations, history, and current perspectives of health promotion, as well as its key methods and applications. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Health Promotion: An Emerging Field. 2. Health Behavior Change Theories. 3. Program Planning Models. 4. Tobacco Use: Trends, Health Consequences, Cessation, and Policies. 5. Eating Behaviors: Food Choices, Trends, Programs, and Policies. 6. Physical Activity Behaviors: Benefits, Trends, Programs, and Policies. 7. Stress, Emotional Wellbeing, and Mental Health. 8. Clinical Preventive Services: Trends, Access, Promotion, and Guidelines. 9. National and State Initiatives to Promote Health and Well Being. 10. Setting for Health Promotion. 11. Health Promotion-Related Organization, Associations, and Certifications. 12. Trends in Health Promotion.

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978-1-118-41055-4 • Paper • 576 pp. • 2014

• Program planning, budgeting, management, and evaluation Students will gain insight into the descriptive, inferential, and analytical aspects of community and public health, as well as models, methods, and theories in health education and health promotion. Introduction to Community and Public Health provides the foundation necessary to build the skills of tomorrow’s community and public health leaders. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction to Community and Public Health. 2. Descriptive Epidemiology in Community and Public Health. 3. Analytical Epidemiology in Community and Public Health. 4. Descriptive Biostatistics in Community and Public Health. 5. Inferential Biostatistics in Community and Public Health. 6. Social and Behavioral Sciences in Community and Public Health. 7. Models in Health Education and Health Promotion. 8. Theories in Health Education and Health Promotion. 9. Methods in Health Education and Health Promotion. 10. Population Dynamics and Control. 11. Air, Water, and Noise Pollution. 12. Injury Control and Other Environmental Issues. 13. Organization, Financing, and Delivery of Health Services and Public Health Systems in the U.S. 14. Program Planning, Budgeting, Management, and Evaluation in Community Initiatives. 15. Systems Thinking and Leadership in Community and Public Health.


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Emerging Infectious Diseases: A Guide to Diseases, Causative Agents, and Surveillance, Beltz ........................................................9

Environmental Health: From Global to Local, Second Edition, Frumkin ..................................................................6 Environmental Policy and Public Health: Air Pollution, Global Climate Change, and Wilderness, Rom ..............................5

Bartholomew, Planning Health Promotion Programs: An Intervention Mapping Approach, Third Edition ......................14

Epidemiological Criminology: A Public Health Approach to Crime and Violence, Akers/Potter/Hill ...........................................7

Beltz, Emerging Infectious Diseases: A Guide to Diseases, Causative Agents, and Surveillance .................................................9

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Berger, Fundamentals of Health Care Financial Management: A Practical Guide to Fiscal Issues and Activities, Fourth Edition ....18 Bhattacharya, Public Health Policy: Issues, Theories, and Advocacy, ..................................................................................21 Bisognano, Pursuing the Triple Aim: Seven Innovators Show the Way to Better Care, Better Health, and Lower Costs ...................26 Built Environment and Public Health, The, Lopez ..........................5

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Design That Cares: Planning Health Facilities for Patients and Visitors, Third Edition, Carpman/Grant .........................................17

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Ginter, Strategic Management of Health Care Organizations, Seventh Edition................................................................................23 Glanz, Health Behavior: Theory, Research, and Practice, Fifth Edition ......................................................................................11 Glaser, The Strategic Application of Information Technology in Health Care Organizations, Third Edition .....................................29 Greenwald, Health Care in the United States: Organization, Management, and Policy ................................................................29

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Kominski, Changing the U.S. Health Care System: Key Issues in Health Services Policy and Management, Fourth Edition............20 Kotler, Strategic Marketing for Health Care Organizations: Building a Customer-Driven Health System ...........................................26 Kros, Health Care Operations and Supply Chain Management: Operations, Planning, and Control ................................................28

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Management Accounting in Health Care Organizations. Third Edition, Young........................................................................19

Health Communication: From Theory to Practice, Second Edition, Schiavo .............................................................................................10

Manion, From Management to Leadership: Strategies for Transforming Health, Third Edition ..........................................29

Health Program Management: From Development Through Evaluation, Second Edition, Longest, Jr........................................23

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Health Promotion Programs: From Theory to Practice, Fertman/Allensworth ......................................................................15

Methods for Community- Based Participatory Research for Health, Second Edition, Israel/Eng/Schulz/Parker....................................13

Human Resources Management for Health Care Organizations: A Strategic Approach, Pynes/Lombardi........................................26

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Treadwell/Xanthos/Holden ..............................................................3 Social Marketing and Social Change: Strategies and Tools for Improving Health, Well-Being, and the Environment, Lefebvre .16 Spath, Error Reduction in Health Care: A Systems Approach to Improving Patient Safety, Second Edition .....................................28

Public Health Foundations: Concepts and Practices, Andresen/Bouldin ...........................................................................31

Splendorio, Tools for Teaching Comprehensive Human Sexuality Education: Lessons, Activities, and Teaching Strategies Utilizing the National Sexuality Education Standards .................................10

Public Health Law Research: Theory and Methods, Wagenaar/Burris .............................................................................12

Strategic Application of Information Technology in Health Care Organizations, The, Third Edition, Glaser/Salzberg.....................29

Public Health Policy: Issues, Theories, and Advocacy, Bhattacharya ....................................................................................21

Strategic Management of Health Care Organizations, Seventh Edition, Ginter...................................................................23

Puckett, Foodservice Manual for Health Care Institutions, Fourth Edition ..................................................................................24

Strategic Marketing for Health Care Organizations: Building a Customer-Driven Health System, Kotler/Shalowitz/Stevens ......26

Pursuing the Triple Aim: Seven Innovators Show the Way to Better Care, Better Health, and Lower Costs, Bisognano/Kenney.........26

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Race, Ethnicity, and Health: A Public Health Reader, Second Edition, LaVeist/Isaac ..........................................................4 Research Methods in Health Promotion, Second Edition, Salazar/Crosby/DiClemente ..............................11 Rom, Environmental Policy and Public Health: Air Pollution, Global Climate Change, and Wilderness, ................5 Ross, Health Care Quality Management: Tools and Applications ....................................................................20 Rural Populations and Health, Crosby/Wendel/Vanderpool/Casey ................................................3

Tools for Teaching Comprehensive Human Sexuality Education: Lessons, Activities, and Teaching Strategies Utilizing the National Sexuality Education Standards, Splendorio/Reichel ....................10 Transdisciplinary Public Health: Research, Education, and Practice, Haire-Joshu/McBride ......................................................................12 Transforming Health Care Leadership: A Systems Guide to Improve Patient Care, Decrease Costs, and Improve Population Health, Maccoby/Norman/Norman/Margolies............................22 Transforming Public Health Practice: Leadership and Management Essentials, Healey/Lesneski ............................................................31 Treadwell, Social Determinants of Health Among African American Men.......................................................................3

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Urban Health: Global Perspectives, Vlahov/Boufford/Pearson/Norris ....................................................8

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Vlahov, Urban Health: Global Perspectives.....................................8

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Vulnerable Populations in the United States, Second Edition, Shi/Stevens ............................................................3

Schiavo, Health Communication: From Theory to Practice, Second Edition ................................................................................10

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Sharma, Introduction to Community and Public Health ..............32

Wager, Health Care Information Systems: A Practical Approach for Health Care Management, Third Edition ......................................22

Salazar, Research Methods in Health Promotion, Second Edition ................................................................................11

Shi, Vulnerable Populations in the United States, Second Edition ..................................................................................3 Shore, Forces of Change: New Strategies for the Evolving Health Care Marketplace ............................................................................25 Shore, Launching and Leading Change Initiatives in Health Care Organizations: Managing Successful Projects ..............................27 Snelling, Introduction to Health Promotion ..................................32 Social Determinants of Health Among African American Men,

Wagenaar, Public Health Law Research: Theory and Methods ...12

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Young, Management Accounting in Health Care Organizations, Third Edition.....................................................................................19

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