Maternal and Child Health Programs, Problems, and Policy in Public Health

ISBN-10: 0763731714
ISBN-13: 9780763731717
Edition: 2nd 2005
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Book details

List price: $431.85
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Publication date: 4/19/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 704
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 2.332
Language: English

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Contributors
Foreword
Introduction
Foundations of Maternal and Child Health
Children's Rights, Distributive Justice, and Advocacy in Maternal and Child Health
Introduction
Rights
Theories of Justice
Child Advocacy
The Future
References
Historical Foundations of Maternal and Child Health
Introduction
Origins of Governmental Participation in the Care of Mothers and Children
The Emergence of the Federal Government in Community Assessment, Policy Development, and Assurance for Mothers and Children
Social Activism, Equity, and the Development of Maternal and Child Health Policy in the 1960s
Redefining the Roles of States
Conclusion
References
Families and Health
Introduction
Family Trends in the Historical Context
Community Services
Conclusion
References
Determinants of Health and Health Services: The Developmental Cycle
Family Planning
Introduction
Background
Supportive Rationale
Social and Political Context
Methods of Family Planning
Family Planning Providers
Needs and Prospects
References
Mothers and Infants
Introduction
Outcomes
Reproductive Risk
Interventions
Outstanding Concerns
References
The Child from 1 to 4: The Toddler and Preschool Years
Introduction
Demographics
Health Status
Health Care Access
Programs
Outstanding Issues
Conclusion
References
The School-Age Child
Introduction
Demographics
Health Status
Epidemiology of Major Health Problems
Health Care Access and Use
Outstanding Issues
Conclusion
References
Improving Adolescent Health
Introduction
Adolescence in the 21st Century
Adolescent Health Status
Themes for Improving Adolescent Health
Public Health Programs for Adolescents
Future Directions
References
Crosscutting Issues
Disparities in Maternal and Child Health in the United States
Introduction
Changing Demographics
Health Status of Minority Groups
HIV Infection and AIDS
Chronic Diseases
Risk Factor Contribution to Health Status Differentials
Homelessness
The Debate Surrounding the Collection of Racial and Ethnic Data
Implications for MCH Policy, Practice, Research, and Training
Conclusion
References
Womens Health: A Life Cycle
Introduction
The Women's Health Movement
Women's Health: A Life Cycle
Final Thoughts
References
Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
Introduction
Evolution of Public Policy: Legislative History
Epidemiology of Special Health Care Needs Among US Children
Minority Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
Mental Health
Great Smoky Mountain Study of Youth
Systems of Care
Transition for Youth with Special Needs
Civil Rights for Children and Youth with Special Health Care Needs
Financing Care
Conclusion
References
Issues in Maternal and Child Health Nutrition
Introduction
Three MCH Nutrition Issues
Policies and Programs
The Social Process Model: An Application
References
International Maternal and Child Health
Introduction
Background and Historical Context
The Millennium Development Goals
Global MCH Program Strategies
The State of Global MCH
Maternal Health
Child Health
International Reproductive Health
HIV/AIDS
Inequalities in International MCH
Conclusions
References
Maternal and Child Health Skills
Research Issues in Maternal and Child Health
Research in Maternal and Child Health
Fundamental Concepts of Science and Research
Building Blocks of Research
Types of Research
Data: Types and Sources
Bias and Threats to Valid Interpretation of Data and Results
Ethics
Reviewing the Literature
Conclusion
References
Planning Maternal and Child Health Programs
Introduction
Assessment of Health Problems
Health Services Needs Assessment
Development and Selection of Interventions
Setting Objectives
Programming and Implementation
Evaluation
Conclusion
References
Maternal and Child Health Program Monitoring and Performance Appraisal
Introduction
Measuring Performance
Program Monitoring
Performance Appraisal
Conclusion
References
The Practice of Evaluation Research in Maternal and Child Health
Introduction
Context for the Practice of MCH Evaluation Research
Content Focus, Purpose, Types, and Procedures
Conclusion
References
Advocacy and Policy Development in Maternal and Child Health
Introduction
What Is Advocacy?
Why Is Advocacy Important in MCH?
Who Are Advocates? Who Can Be an Advocate?
Where Are Advocacy Efforts Directed?
How Is Advocacy Conducted? How Can Advocacy Be More Successful?
How Does Advocacy Relate to the Policy Development Process?
Conclusion
References
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