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School Health Services and Programs / Edition 1
     

School Health Services and Programs / Edition 1

by Julia Graham Lear, Stephen L. Isaacs, James R. Knickman, Risa Lavizzo-Mourey
 

ISBN-10: 0787983748

ISBN-13: 9780787983741

Pub. Date: 03/24/2006

Publisher: Wiley

School Health Services and Programs offers an introduction to the components of successful school health programs. It contains a comprehensive review article by Julia Graham Lear, reprints of important and influential articles and reports in the field and of a book chapter summarizing the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s work to improve school

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School Health Services and Programs offers an introduction to the components of successful school health programs. It contains a comprehensive review article by Julia Graham Lear, reprints of important and influential articles and reports in the field and of a book chapter summarizing the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s work to improve school health, and summaries of relevant Robert Wood Johnson Foundation grant results reports. The book emphasizes the relationship between school health and community health, and the importance of evidence-based policy in developing strategies to improve children’s health. This collection, developed by one of the foremost authorities in school health, reviews basic concepts in school health, provides a historical perspective and analysis, reviews the unique role of school nurses, and examines the significance of school health services in vulnerable populations.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780787983741
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
03/24/2006
Series:
Public Health/Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anthology Series , #29
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
576
Product dimensions:
7.03(w) x 9.39(h) x 1.53(d)

Table of Contents

Sources.

The Editors.

First Authors.

Foreword  by Risa Lavizzo-Mourey.

Editors’ Introduction (Julia Graham Lear, Stephen L. Isaacs, James R. Knickman).

Acknowledgments.

Section One: A Review of the Field.

1. Children’s Health and Children’s Schools: A Collaborative Approach to Strengthening Children’s Well-Being (Julia Graham Lear).

Section Two: Historical Perspectives.

Reprints of Key Reports and Articles.

2. The Delivery of Primary Health Care in American Public Schools, 1890–1980 (Michael Kort).

3. The Public School and Social Services: Reassessing the Progressive Legacy (Michael W. Sedlak, Steven Schlossman).

4. An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of the Astoria Plan for Medical Service in Two New York City Elementary Schools (Alfred Yankauer)

Section Three: School Nursing.

Reprints of Key Reports and Articles.

5. School Health Nursing: Framework for the Future, Part I (Carol C. Costante).

6. School Health Nursing: Framework for the Future, Part II (Carol C. Costante).

7. The Importance of Research to School Nurses and School Nursing Practice (Janis Hootman).

Grant Report Summary from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Section Four: School Health: Rationale, Structure, and Promise.

Reprints of Key Reports and Articles.

8. Schools and Health: Our Nation’s Investment—Executive Summary.

Institute of Medicine Committee on Comprehensive School Health Programs in Grades K–12; (Diane D. Allensworth and James H.Wyche, Cochairs).

9. School Health Policies and Programs Study, 2000: Overview and Summary of Findings (Lloyd J. Kolbe, Laura Kann, Nancy D. Brener).

10. Schools as Places for Health,Mental Health, and Social Services (Joy G. Dryfoos).

11. Addressing Barriers to Learning: Beyond School-Linked Services and Full-Service Schools (Howard S. Adelman, Linda Taylor).

Grant Report Summaries from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Section Five: School-Based Health Centers.

Reprints of Key Reports and Articles.

12. Back to School: A Health Care Strategy for Youth (James A.Morone, Elizabeth H. Kilbreth, Kathryn M. Langwell).

13. Creating Access to Care for Children and Youth: School-Based Health Center Census, 1998–1999.

National Assembly on School-Based Health Care: report by John J. Schlitt, John S. Santelli, Linda Juszczak, Claire D. Brindis, Robert Nystrom, Jonathan D. Klein, David W. Kaplan,Michelle D. Seibou.

14. School-Based Health Centers: A Blueprint for Healthy Learners—Data from the 2001–2002 School-Based Health Center Census.

National Assembly on School-Based Health Care: report by Linda Juszczak, John Schlitt,Michelle Odum, Caroline Barangan, and Deidre Washington.

15. Managed Care and School-Based Health Centers: Use of Health Services. David W. Kaplan, B. Ned Calonge, Bruce P. Guernsey, Maureen B. Hanrahan.

16. Burden of Asthma in Inner-City Elementary Schoolchildren: Do School-Based Health Centers Make a Difference? (Mayris P.Webber, Kelly E. Carpiniello, Tosan Oruwariye, Yungtai Lo,William B. Burton, David K. Appel).

Reprint from To Improve Health and Health Care 2000: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Anthology.

17. School-Based Health Clinics (Paul Brodeur).

Grant Report Summaries from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Section Six: Mental Health and Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Programs.

Reprints of Key Reports and Articles.

18. School-Based Mental Health Services: A Research Review (Michelle Rones, Kimberly Hoagwood).

19. Expanded School Mental Health Services: A National Movement in Progress (Mark Weist)

20. School-Based Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs: A Review of the Literature (Helina H. Hoyt, Betty L. Broom).

21. Pregnancy Prevention Among Urban Adolescents Younger Than Fifteen: Results of the “In Your Face” Program (Lorraine Tiezzi, Judy Lipshutz, Nyesa Wrobleski, Roger D. Vaughan, James F.McCarthy).

Grant Report Summaries from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Section Seven: Financing.

Reprints of Key Reports and Articles.

22. Collision or Collaboration? School-Based Health Services Meet Managed Care (Paula Armbruster, Ellen Andrews, Jesse Couenhoven, Gary Blau).

23 An Elementary School-Based Health Clinic: Can It Reduce Medicaid Costs? (E. Kathleen Adams, Veda Johnson).

Name Index.

Subject Index.

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