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dc.contributor.author Bett, Carol
dc.contributor.author Cechanowicz, Barbara
dc.contributor.author Chapman, Demetrius
dc.contributor.author Hernandez, Stephen
dc.contributor.author Kriegor, Hannelore
dc.contributor.author Mayo, Melanie
dc.contributor.author Phoenix, Loyce
dc.contributor.author Rios, Conrad
dc.contributor.author Sellstrom, Teresa
dc.contributor.author Veltman, Max
dc.date.accessioned 2010-05-01T16:39:25Z
dc.date.available 2010-05-01T16:39:25Z
dc.date.issued 2010-05-01T16:39:25Z
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1928/10493
dc.description Carol Bett is a faculty member at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kansas, where she teaches in the undergraduate nursing program. She writes about health challenges in rural Papua New Guinea and the efficacy of community health projects in developing countries. Carol has taught nursing students and worked in rural clinics in the highlands of Papua New Guinea. Demetrius Chapman is a public health clinical nurse specialist who has worked in urban and rural public health care settings and has served in various community health areas, including lead poisoning, adolescent parenting, and HIV/AIDS, as well as a satellite public health nursing office. His work with Native Americans living with HIV/AIDS exposed him to the difficulties they endure in trying to receive optimal care and prompted him to write the chapter about community-based health care for Diné people with HIV/AIDS. Barbara Cechanowicz has practiced in a variety of surgical settings as a mid-level provider. She has done medical mission work in Uganda and Zambia, has worked in a community health empowerment program in the inner city of Detroit with the Robert Wood Johnson Partnership for Training, and presently works in an Indian Health Service hospital. Barbara has a passion for delivering quality care to vulnerable populations and for translating today’s world of health care into the deeper dialogue of theory and philosophy. She writes about Navajo spiritual traditions and complex cultural phenomena. Stephen Hernandez is Assistant Professor at Northwestern State University, College of Nursing, in Shreveport, Louisiana, where he teaches undergraduate nursing students. His research interests include the factors that influence the decision of deployed armed A iv service members to seek needed mental health services. In his chapter, Stephen provides an exploration of the alarming prevalence of overweight and obese children in rural Louisiana. Hanna Krieger has been working in various capacities and in different specialty areas within nursing, nursing education, and advanced practice. Hanna does not subscribe to a specialty area in nursing; rather, she is particularly interested in the discipline of nursing itself. She is currently enrolled in the PhD program at the University of New Mexico and is writing her dissertation on clinically inflicted pain. In her chapter, Hanna discusses lesbian health and sexual orientation as a social determinant of health. Melanie Mayo was Director of Primary Care and Prevention Services at an urban Native American health clinic, worked in men’s and women’s prisons, was Associate Clinical Director at an inpatient hospice, and currently is a clinical practitioner in a long-term care setting. She writes about the economic and political dynamics associated with occupational and environmental exposure to uranium mining on New Mexico’s Colorado Plateau. Loyce Phoenix is a Commissioned Officer in the U.S. Public Health Service Corps and has worked most of her career in the Indian Health Service in a variety of administrative and clinical positions. Her most recent position is in public health nursing, and she is a Robert Wood Johnson Fellow with a study interest in Native American disparities. Loyce writes about violence against women on the Navajo reservation. Conrad Rios writes about nurse practitioners and physician assistants who provide health care in California's Rural Central Valley. Conrad is a family nurse practitioner and physician assistant whose area of interest is the care of the elderly. He wears multiple hats, including student, clinical faculty, and health care provider. He resides in Fresno, California. Teresa Sellstrom is Assistant Professor of Nursing at King College, Bristol, Tennessee, and teaches all levels of nursing students, including Master of Science in Nursing clinical nurse specialist students. Her background is in community health and maternal and acute adult health nursing. In her chapter, Teresa explores the use of telemedicine to improve rural health care. Max Veltman is Assistant Professor at Boise State University in the Department of Nursing. In addition to teaching, he works with the Idaho Health & Welfare Department on various projects dealing with the health care needs of children and adolescents in the foster care system. In his chapter, Max provides insight into the challenges of combating methamphetamine use and providing quality mental health services to improve the welfare of rural children. en_US
dc.description.abstract The challenges faced by local, national, and global communities in an ever-changing world have continued to grow as we complete the first decade of the 21st century. The doctoral students writing this book undertook the effort with advocacy for disenfranchised populations in mind. This compilation illuminates the challenges and gaps in access to health care confronted by a wide range of people, from overweight children, lesbians, and Native Americans to individuals in rural communities in Papua New Guinea. As the reader can readily see, we are a group of students with wide-ranging experiences and interests. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Dr. Jennifer Averill en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries Dimensions in Health en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries Volume 4 en_US
dc.subject Health Disparities en_US
dc.subject Papua New Guinea en_US
dc.subject Community-Based HIV Care en_US
dc.subject Dine en_US
dc.subject Navajo en_US
dc.subject Spiritual Traditions en_US
dc.subject Obesity en_US
dc.subject Louisiana en_US
dc.subject Lesbian Health en_US
dc.subject Uranium Exposure en_US
dc.subject Sexual Assault en_US
dc.subject Navajo en_US
dc.subject Nurse Practitioners en_US
dc.subject Physician Assistants en_US
dc.subject Central Valley California en_US
dc.subject Rural Health Care en_US
dc.subject Telemedicine en_US
dc.subject Methamphetamines en_US
dc.subject Mental Health Services en_US
dc.subject Rural Child Welfare en_US
dc.title A Sample of Rural and Global Health Issues en_US
dc.type Book en_US


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