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Health promotion and aging : practical applications for health professionals / HABER, David.
New York : Springer, 2006 (4th ed.), , xxviii, 572 p.


Mots-clés principaux
:
Promotion de la santé
Soins préventifs
Hygiène de vie
Prévention primaire
Maintien de la santé
Éducation sanitaire
États-Unis
Manuel

Mots-clés secondaires : Activité physique ; Alcool ; Communauté ethnoculturelle ; Communication ; Comportement alimentaire ; Consommation de médicaments ; Internet ; Médecine clinique ; Médecine douce ; Nutrition ; Poids corporel ; Prévention des accidents ; Relation soignant-patient ; Réseau social ; Santé communautaire ; Santé mentale ; Santé publique ; Soutien social ; Système sociosanitaire ; Tabagisme ; Tendance ; Vieillissement réussi ; Vieillissement démographique

Résumé :

Chapter 1 : Introduction
Healthy People Initiatives ; Sociodemographic Trends ; Definitions of Healthy Aging ; Health Perspectives and Aging; Health Care ; A Health Promotion and Aging Model ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 2 : Health Professionals and Older Clients
Collaboration ; Communication ; Cruising the Net ; Selected Communication Issues ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 3 : Clinical Preventive Services
Medical Screenings and Prophylaxis: Considerable Controversy ; Guide to Clinical Preventive Services ;Breast Cancer ; Menopause ; Blood Pressure ; Osteoporosis ; Cholesterol ; Cervical Cancer ; Colorectal Cancer ; Prostate Cancer ; Hearing and Vision ; Oral Health ; Diabetes ; Depression ; Other Medical (and Dog) Screenings ; Immunizations ; Aspirin Prophylaxis ; The Polypill ; Medicare Prevention ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 4 : Health Behavior
Health Behavior Assessments and Interventions ; Ten Tips for Changing Health Behaviors ; Health Behavior Theories ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 5 : Exercise
The Most Popular Activity of All: Walking ; Exercise for Disease Prevention and Functional Improvement ; The Four Components of My Exercise Class ; Other Exercises ; The Activity Pyramid ; Arthritis: A Barrier to Exercise and Activity ; Selected Topics : How to Respond to an Excuse, Benefits, Health Club, Home, or Religious Setting, Personal Trainer, The Role of the Health Professional ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 6 : Nutrition
The Food Guide Pyramid ; The Personalized Nutrition Bull's-Eye ; Good Nutritional Habits ; Fats ; Cholesterol ; Carbohydrates and Fiber ; Sugar ; Protein ; Water ; Vitamins and Minerals ; Sodium and High Blood Pressure; Calcium and Osteoporosis ; Nutrition Labels ; Malnutrition ; Selected Topics : Organic Foods, Enriched and Fortified Foods, Chocolate, Junk Food and Fast Food, Contaminated Foods, Sugary Liquids, Coffee, Sensory Decline, Professional Involvement, Quackery, Socioeconomic and Cultural Sensitivity, Food Films, Advocacy, Newsletters, Web Sites, Questions for Discussion

Chapter 7 : Weight Management
Trends in Weight Gain ; Obesity and Overweight ; Should We Gain Weight With Age? ; Body Composition ; Exercise ; Low-Carbohydrate and High-Protein Diets ; Other Weight Loss Programs ; Bariatric Surgery ; Caloric Input and Expenditure ; Ten Tips for Weight Loss or Maintenance ; Selected Weight Management Topics : Diet Drugs, Emotional Distress, Competitive Eating and Implications for Advocacy, Surfing for Slimness ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 8 : Complementary and Alternative Medicine
National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine ; Prevalence of CAM ; Types of CAM ; CAM and Medical Education ; Selected CAM Topics and Resources :
CAM Insurance, Weil and Chopra, CAM Organizations,CAM Journals ; Dietary Supplements ; Vitamin and Mineral Supplements ; Herbs ; Hormone Supplements ; Other Dietary Supplements ; ConsumerLab.com and Dietary Supplement Verification Program ; Nutraceuticals or Functional Foods and Drinks ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 9 : Selected Health Education Topics
Smoking ; Alcohol ; Medication Usage ; Injury Prevention ; Sleep ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 10 : Social Support
Definition of Social Support ; Family, Friends, Church, and Others ; Lay Support ; Online Support ; Pet Support; Religious or Spiritual Support ; Caregiving, Sexuality, and Other Types of Intimate Support ; Terminally Ill ; Peer Support ; Intergenerational Support ; Physician Support ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 11 : Mental Health
Mental Health and Mental Illness ; Depression ; Alzheimer's Disease ; Other Mental Disorders ; Insurance Coverage ; Chronic Stress ; Stress Management ; Mental Health and Aging Resources ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 12 : Community Health
Community Organizations ; Model Health Promotion Programs ; Professional Associations ; Community Volunteering ; Community Health Advocacy ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 13 : Diversity
Age ; Gender ; Race and Ethnicity ; Culture ; Socioeconomic Status ; Rural Aging ; Global ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 14 : Public Health
Wellness General of the United States ; An Opposing Point of View (Sort of) ; And Now for the Rest of the Wellness General's Platform ; Questions for Discussion

Chapter 15 : Glimpse into the Future
Reengagement ; Physical Health ; Mental ; Supportive Housing ; Conclusion


Illustrations : ill.
Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 22419 ISBN / ISSN : 9780826184634
NumRec : 2241903
 

       

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