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Integrative Health Nursing Interventions for Vulnerable Populations

Editat de Amber Vermeesch
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This book provides nurses, clinicians, practitioners, educators and students working with vulnerable and underserved populations with essential information on effective wellness strategies to address inadequate nutrition, promote physical activity, and reduce perceived stress through an integrative health nursing framework.
It begins with an overview of cultural humility, health inequities, and social justice, establishing the need for an integrative health nursing framework. In turn, the book addresses a broad range of interventions; particular attention is given to wellness strategies designed to prevent the adverse effects of poor nutrition, perceived stress, and lack of physical activity. Written by respected experts in the field, the book offers readers valuable insights into strategies for working with vulnerable populations. Accordingly, it will appeal to researchers working to diminish health inequities among vulnerable populations, and will be of particular interest to nursing educators, practitioners, and students.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783030600426
ISBN-10: 3030600424
Pagini: 203
Ilustrații: XIII, 203 p. 8 illus., 7 illus. in color.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 mm
Greutate: 0.32 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2021
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

Preface
Amber Vermeesch, Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Portland

Chapter 1. Addressing the lens of cultural humility with vulnerable populations
Isabelle Soule, Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Portland
Chapter 2. Addressing health inequities in vulnerable populations through social justice
Layla Garrigues*, Assistant Professor of Nursing, University of Portland

Erica Bailey, Instructor, Clinical Relations, University of Portland
Chapter 3. Integrative health overview of nursing interventions for vulnerable and underserved
Pamela Potter, Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Portland
Chapter 4. Mindfulness stress reduction strategies with graduate students
Patricia Cox, Director of Doctor of Nursing Practice Program, University of Portland

Chapter 5. Stress reduction strategies with undergraduate and graduate nursing students
Amber Vermeesch, Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Portland

Halina Wyss*, Assistant Professor of Nursing, University of Portland
Chapter 6. Stress management for undergraduate students exposed to inappropriate patient sexual behaviour
Halina Wyss, Assistant Professor of Nursing, University of Portland

Chapter 7. Nutrition strategies to promote wellness, address inadequate nutrition, and support stress reduction
Tanya Bachman, Instructor, University of Portland
Chapter 8. Working with community populations to increase wellness
Barbara Braband, Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Portland

Chapter 9. Understanding Healthcare for the Transgender & Gender Non-Confirming Community
Erin Waters, Community Resource Navigator, Kaiser Permanente

Chapter 10. Physical Activity as an integral part of overall wellness in the college/emerging-adult population.
Jacquie Van Hoomissen*, Professor of Biology, University of Portland, and Andrew Downs, Professor of Psychological Sciences, University of Portland

Andrew Downs, PhD, College of Arts & Sciences, Associate Dean for Students
Chapter 11. Physical activity interventions with African American women
Wanda Williams, Assistant Professor, Rutgers School of Nursing Camden

Chapter 12. Wellness and Integrative Health Strategies for Rural populations
Lindsay Huse, State Supervisor, Public Health Nursing, Wyoming Department of Health

Chapter 13. Physical activity interventions with Latina women
Amber Vermeesch, Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Portland

Chapter 14Nursing strategies to reduce perceived stress among vulnerable student populations preparing for NCLEX
Kaye Wilson-Anderson, Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Portland

Chapter 15. Integrative Health Approaches for Women's Mental Health
Patricia Kinser, Associate Professor of Nursing, Virginia Commonwealth University

Chapter 16. Integrative Strategies for American Indians
Michelle Kahn-John, Clinical Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Arizona

Chapter 17. Role of Nature Therapy and Mindfulness for Resilience among Rural Health Care Providers
Christina Harlow, Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Vermont

Chapter 18. Conclusion and reflection for the future?
Amber Vermeesch, Associate Professor of Nursing, University of Portland



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Notă biografică

Amber Vermeesch, PhD, MSN, FNP-C, RN, CNE, Associate Professor of Nursing at the University of Portland, US, has been a practicing family nurse practitioner for over 13 years. She has spent most of her practice serving underinsured and vulnerable populations in a variety of clinical settings. She completed her master’s in nursing at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing and earned her PhD in nursing science from the University of Miami where she focused on the reduction of healthcare disparities among Latino populations. 
Her overall area of expertise is wellness, both physical and emotional. Her investigations have concentrated on physical activity as a means of obesity prevention among vulnerable populations, stress reduction and health promotion among undergraduates and graduate students as well as faculty and staff and developing cultural sensibility and humility among nursing students of all levels.

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This book provides nurses, clinicians, practitioners, educators and students working with vulnerable and underserved populations with essential information on effective wellness strategies to address inadequate nutrition, promote physical activity, and reduce perceived stress through an integrative health nursing framework.
It begins with an overview of cultural humility, health inequities, and social justice, establishing the need for an integrative health nursing framework. In turn, the book addresses a broad range of interventions; particular attention is given to wellness strategies designed to prevent the adverse effects of poor nutrition, perceived stress, and lack of physical activity. Written by respected experts in the field, the book offers readers valuable insights into strategies for working with vulnerable populations. Accordingly, it will appeal to researchers working to diminish health inequities among vulnerable populations, and will be of particular interest to nursing educators, practitioners, and students.

Caracteristici

Offers a unique nursing-centered focus
Describes a collaborative and holistic approach
Provides an interventional approach for practitioners, educators, and students