African American Voices : African American Health Educators Speak Out
This book inaugurates a series dedicated to the health issues that aff ect distinct communities. Here, prominent health educators explore the pressing cultural and health needs of African Americans. Discussions on child abuse, teenage pregnancy, mental illness, access to health ca re, racism, lifestyles, community values, and more depict the complexi ty of problems affecting African Americans from a cross-section of dif ferent communities. Essential for all nurse educators, students, and a nyone interested in the future of health care.
- Paperback | 224 pages
- 152.9 x 229.1 x 13.2mm | 338.4g
- 01 Dec 2007
- Jones and Bartlett Publishers, Inc
- Sudbury, United States
- black & white illustrations