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Second edition
Los Angeles : Sage, [2012]
xiii, 341 stran ; 23 cm

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ISBN 978-1-4522-0620-2 (brožováno)
Obsahuje bibliografii na stranách 287-323 a rejstřík
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Contents // Preface xi // 1. Introduction 1 // A Brief Look at Social Work and Health Care 4 // Forecasting the Future of Health Care 6 // Anticipated Demographic and Sociological Changes 8 // Advances in Biomedical Knowledge and Health Care Technology 13 // New Drugs and Diets for Disease Prevention and Treatment 14 // New Technologies for Diagnosis and Treatment 14 // Enhancement in the Understanding of the Human Organism 19 // Changes in Approaches to Health Care 20 // Changes in Health Care Financing, Structure, and Services 24 // Likely-to-Persist Health and Health-Related Problems 29 // Medical Problems 29 // Alzheimer’s Disease 29 // Arthritis 30 // Cardiovascular Disease 30 // Diabetes and Obesity 31 // Mental Disorders 32 // The Genetic Threat 32 // New and Old Diseases 32 // Medicalized Social Problems 33 // Alcohol and Drug Abuse 33 // Smoking 34 // Social Problems 35 // Poverty 35 // Homelessness 36 // Violence 37 // Significance of the Changing Health Care Scene for Social Work 39 // Social Work Assets for Future Roles in Health Care 41 // Respect for the Past 41 // Ability to Adapt 41 // Confidence in the Future 42 // Recognition of the Inevitability of Change 42 // Critical Thinking Questions 42 // 2. Health Care Settings: Their Past 45 // Acute Care Settings 45 // Ambulatory Care Settings 50 // Solo Practice 52 // Group Practice 53 // Hospital-Based Outpatient Departments 56 // Health Centers and Clinics 57 // Public Health Department Clinics 57 // Community
Health Care Centers 58 // Ambulatory Surgery Centers 59 // Emergency Care Centers 59 // Urgent Care Centers 61 // Illness Prevention and Health Promotion Agencies 61 // Significant Events 61 // Significant Ideas 62 // History of Public Health 64 // State Public Health Departments 65 // Local Public Health Departments 66 // Federal Public Health Service 67 // Nongovernmental Organizations in Public Health 68 // Long-Term Care Settings 70 // Nursing Homes 72 // Community Residential Care Settings 75 // Home-Based/Near Home-Based Care 78 // Critical Thinking Questions 83 // 3. Future Needs of Health Care 85 // Future Needs of Acute Care Settings (Hospitals) 85 // Future Needs of Ambulatory Care Settings 89 // Future Needs of Illness Prevention and Health Promotion Agencies 93 // Public Health Departments 94 // Hospitals 96 // Other Organizations 97 // Future Needs of Long-Term Care Facilities 98 // Nursing Homes 98 // Community Residential Care Homes 99 // Facilities Providing Home-Based and Near Home-Based Care 100 // Most Facilities Providing Home-Based Care 100 // Hospice Care Organizations 102 // Future Needs of Health Care Providers Across Settings 103 // Major Consumers of Health Care Services 103 // The Elderly 103 // Nonelderly With Disabilities 104 // Victims of Social Problems 105 // The Homeless 106 // Victims of AIDS and Similar New Diseases 108 // Children 109 // New Immigrants 110 // State of the Art and Science of Medical and Health Care 112 // Quality-of-Life Issues
113 // Critical Thinking Questions 115 // 4. Social Work in Acute Care 117 // History of Social Work in Acute Care Settings 117 // Future Social Work Roles in Acute Care Settings 119 // Social Work Role in the Hospital s Expansion Into the Community 121 // Social Work Role in the Hospital s Patient-Centered High-Quality Care 121 Social Work Role in the Hospital s Response to the Needs of // Special Patient Groups 122 // The Elderly 122 // Patients With Disabilities 122 // Patients With AIDS 123 // Victims of Violence and Abuse 123 // Social Work Role in Demonstrating Viable Approaches to // Patient-as-a-Partner and Family-Centered Care 123 // Social Work Knowledge and Skills for Role-Related Interventions 124 // Social Worker as Community Liaison and Community Organizer 124 // Social Worker as Collaborator and Consultant 126 // Collaboration 126 // Consultation 130 // Social Worker as Discharge Planner and Resource Mobilizer 131 // Discharge Planning 131 // Resource Mobilization 135 // Social Worker as Caseworker and Counselor 136 // The Elderly 137 // Patients With Disabilities 140 // Patients With AIDS 141 // Victims of Violence and Abuse 143 // Relevant Ethical Considerations 144 // Critical Thinking Questions 146 // 5. Social Work in Ambulatory Care 149 // History of Social Work in Ambulatory Care Settings 149 // Future Social Work Roles in Acute Ambulatory Care Settings 151 // Social Work Role in True Medical Emergencies 152 // Social Work Role in Social Emergencies 153
Child Abuse 154 // Spouse Abuse/Intimate Partner Violence 155 // Elder Abuse 156 // Rape 157 // Social Work Role in a Terrorism-Related Medical Emergency 158 // Social Work Role in Nonemergency Health and Social Needs 159 // Other Social Work Roles in Acute Ambulatory Care 161 // Future Social Work Roles in Nonacute Ambulatory Care Settings 162 // Patient-Focused Social Work Roles 163 // Other Social Work Roles 164 // Social Work Knowledge and Skills for Role-Related Interventions 164 // Social Worker as Crisis Counselor/Manager 164 // Social Worker as Clinician and Caseworker 167 // Social Worker as Advocate and Broker 170 // Social Worker as Case Manager/Service Coordinator 175 // Relevant Ethical Considerations 178 // Critical Thinking Questions 180 // 6. Social Work in Illness Prevention and Health Promotion 181 // History of Social Work in Illness Prevention and Health Promotion 182 // Future Social Work Roles in Illness Prevention and Health Promotion 185 // Social Work Role in Creating and Mobilizing Financial Resources 186 // Social Work Role in Program Planning 186 // Social Work Role in Program Implementation and Service Provision 187 // Other Social Work Roles in Illness Prevention and Health Promotion 187 // Social Work Knowledge and Skills for Role-Related Interventions 187 // Social Worker as Generator of Financial Resources 187 // Grant Writing 188 // Fundraising 189 // Political Advocacy 191 // Social Worker as Program Planner 191 // Social Worker as Educator and
Community Activator 193 // Social Work Role in Work With Special Populations/Problems 200 // Health Promotion for AIDS Prevention 200 // Child Abuse Prevention 203 // Illness Prevention and Health Promotion Among the Elderly 207 // Social Worker as Researcher 208 // Relevant Ethical Considerations 209 // Critical Thinking Questions 213 // 7. Social Work in Long-Term Care 215 // History of Social Work in Long-Term Care Settings 217 // Social Work in Nursing Homes 217 // Social Work in Community Residential Care Settings 218 // Social Work in Home-Based/Near Home-Based Care 218 // Social Work in Hospice Care 219 // Future Social Work Roles in Long-Term Care Settings 220 // Social Work Roles in Nursing Homes 220 // Social Work Role in Helping Residents Adjust to the Nursing // Home Environment 221 // Social Work Role in Improving Residents’ Relationships // With Their Families 221 // Social Work Role in Making the Nursing Home // a Therapeutic Community 221 // Social Work Role in Improving the Nursing Home- // Community Relationship 222 // Social Work Roles in Community Residential Care Settings 222 // Social Work Role in Recruiting Community Residential // Care Providers 222 // Social Work Role in Training Community Residential // Care Providers 222 // Social Work Role in Supporting and Monitoring // Community Residential Care 222 // Social Work Roles in Home-Based/Near Home-Based Care 222 // Social Work Role in the Organization’s Continuous // Quality Improvement 223 // Social
Work Role in Case Management and // Service Coordination 223 // Social Work Roles in Hospice Care 223 // Social Work Knowledge and Skills 223 // Social Worker as Helper With Adjustment to the Nursing Home 225 // Social Worker as Sustainer of Resident-Family Relationships 226 // Social Worker as Contributor to the Nursing Home as a // Therapeutic Community 228 // Social Worker as Community Liaison and Community Organizer 231 // Social Worker as Recruiter of Community Residential Care Providers 233 // Social Worker as Trainer of Community Residential Care Providers 234 // Social Worker as Provider of Support and Monitor of Quality of Care 235 // Social Worker as Contributor to the Agency s Continuous // Quality Improvement 237 // Social Worker as Case Manager and Service Coordinator 240 // Social Worker as Contributor to Improving Hospice Access // to People Living in Rural Areas 243 // Recruiting, Retaining, and Keeping // Hospice Staff Energized 245 // Making and Keeping Hospices Financially Viable 246 // Educating Rural Families and Physicians About Hospice 248 // Social Worker as Helper in Reducing Barriers to Hospice // Services for Minority Patients 250 // Relevant Ethical Considerations 252 // Critical Thinking Questions 257 // 8. Thriving in Health Care 259 // Worker-Focused Strategies 259 // Stress Management 259 // Time Management 261 // Self-Empowerment Using Research Skills Other Strategies // Conflict Resolution Coalition Building Community Work Culturally Sensitive
Practice Dealing With Managed Care Critical Thinking Questions // 264 // 266 // 269 // 269 // 272 // 275 // 279 // 281 // 285 // References // Index // About the Author // 287 // 325 // 341

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