New Book: School Health Services and Programs
Posted by on February 19, 2007
School Health Services and Programs
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.
CCPH Members receive a 15% discount when ordered through the CCPH website!
Ordering information: http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/josseybass.html
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