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by Barbara Sattler RN DrPH,Jane Lipscomb RN PhD FAAN
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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Barbara Sattler RN DrPH,Jane Lipscomb RN PhD FAAN
  • ISBN:
    0826142826
  • ISBN13:
    978-0826142825
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  • Publisher:
    Springer Publishing Company; 1 edition (November 14, 2002)
  • Pages:
    384 pages
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    Medicine & Health Sciences
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The book includes information on basic environmental health principles and common environmental health hazards (. This is the first book for nurses on how the environment affects nursing practice. in our water, air, schools, hospitals, and homes). It offers a patient assessment tool for exposure to these hazards and strategies for "greener" use of hospital resources. This is both a nursing textbook and a practice manual.

Introduction To date, little nursing literature on environmental health and nursing practice. Pollutants Produced by the Health Care Industry.

Environmental health comprises those aspects of human health, including quality of life, that are determined by physical, chemical, biological, and social and psychological problems in the environment. To date, little nursing literature on environmental health and nursing practice. Nursing in the 21 century must regain its focus on the control of environmental causes of disease and begin to build this body of knowledge. As mentioned in the Introduction, the health care industry itself is a source of environmental health hazards.

Barbara Sattler, RN, DrPH, FAAN Professor Sattler, . White Paper: Environmental Health Education and Nursing, Part of the Nursing Environmental Roundtable (August 26-27, 2002) Report, co-sponsored by th. .

Barbara Sattler, RN, DrPH, FAAN Professor. 8. Co-created with Andrew Kane, PhD, an on-line version of Applied Toxicology for Nurses. Created on-line Certificate on Environmental Health for Nurses.

This is the first book for nurses on how the environment affects nursing practice

This is the first book for nurses on how the environment affects nursing practice. The book includes information on basic environmental health principles and common environmental health hazards (. in our water, air, schools, hospitals, and homes)

by: Barbara Sattler, RN, DrPH.

by: Barbara Sattler, RN, DrPH. Publisher: Springer Publishing Company. Print ISBN: 9780826142825, 0826142826. It offers a patient assessment tool for exposure to these hazards and strategies for ìgreenerî use of hospital resources. 9786611813444, 9780826142832, 9781281813442, 6611813446, 0826142834, 1281813443.

by Gail A. Harkness DrPH RN FAAN (Author), Rosanna DeMarco PhD APRN BC ACRN (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1451191318.

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This is the first book for nurses on how the environment affects nursing practice. Nurses should be concerned with environmental issues for two reasons: 1. Many diseases (such as asthma, lead poisoning, and some cancers) are caused by exposures to toxins in the environment; and 2. Hospitals themselves are sources of pollutants, through release of mercury and dioxin (a byproduct of incinerating plastic PVC products). The book includes information on basic environmental health principles and common environmental health hazards (e.g., in our water, air, schools, hospitals, and homes). It offers a patient assessment tool for exposure to these hazards and strategies for "greener" use of hospital resources. This is both a nursing textbook and a practice manual.


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