Population Health: A Primer 1st Edition
Population Health: A Primer considers population health as an effort to bring together clinicians, health administrators, and public health professionals to address health problems of large groups or populations. This concise text provides an overview of population health, including the key concepts and approaches needed to build an educational foundation for this rapidly emerging field.
Population Health: A Primer is organized into three units which address the following questions:
• What is population health and why does it matter?
• What is systems thinking and how can we get the job done?
• What are the tools of population health?
Suitable for use in a wide variety of disciplines, including nursing, pharmacy, physician assistants and other clinical health professions as well as health administration and public health, this text offers:
• A concise and affordable option. This short, reasonably priced text provides an easy way to integrate a population health perspective into a variety of courses.
• Practical application. Case studies in each unit illustrate how these approaches can be applied in practice.
• Important pedagogical features including learning objectives, frameworks, case studies with discussion questions, glossary, tables and boxes that provide valuable guidance and resources for students.
• Helpful Instructor’s Resources. Insightful instructor’s guide and test bank provide additional resources for instructors and facilitate integrating the book into a range of courses.
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Jones & Bartlett Learning; 1 edition (February 21, 2019)