E-Textbook – Environmental Health in Nursing


The Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments (ANHE) is delighted to announce the publication of Environmental Health in Nursing an open access textbook for nurses and other health professionals.  Leading environmental health nursing experts have joined together to share their environmental health knowledge, expertise and experiences.  The book offers essential information for nurses new to the topics as well as those with advanced environmental health experience. What is so exciting about this book is that our electronic format provides direct links to authoritative resources such as the EPA, ToxNet and WHO.  In addition it provides ease of accessing information because of the electronic search features.  We want this to be a living document and we welcome ideas for new topics and potential authors in subsequent editions.

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Environmental Health in Nursing

Introduction

Unit I – Why Nursing?

Unit II – Harmful Environmental Exposures and Vulnerable Populations

Unit III – Environmental Health Sciences

Unit IV – Practice Settings

Unit V – Sustainable Communities

Unit VI – Climate Change

Unit VII – Energy

Unit VIII – Advocacy

Unit XI – Research

Unit X – Conclusion