SECTION 1: WORKING WITH COMMUNITIES 1. Creating and Maintaining a Healthy Community 2. Communities of Place 3. Assessing the Community 4. Planning and Promoting Community Health: Principles and practices 5. Nursing Roles 6. Working with Groups SECTION 2: SUSTAINABLE HEALTH FOR FAMILY AND INDIVIDUALS 7. Healthy families 8. Healthy children 9. Healthy adolescents 10. Healthy adults 11. Healthy ageing SECTION 3: INCLUSIVE COMMUNITIES AND SOCIETIES 12. Inclusive communities: Gender, culture and power 13. Cultural Inclusiveness: safe cultures, healthy Indigenous people 14. Inclusive policies, equitable health care systems 15. Building the evidence base: Research to practice
Jill Clendon is a registered nurse, currently working as nursing policy adviser and researcher for the New Zealand Nurses Organisation. She is also Adjunct Professor at Victoria University, Wellington, New Zealand. Jill spent the 12 years previous to her current position in nursing education, teaching at both undergraduate and post graduate levels with a specific interest in primary health care and child and family health. Jill's research has examined the efficacy of community-based nurse-led clinics, and the historical and contemporary context of community-based well child care in New Zealand. Her current work centres on nursing workforce issues and models of care. Jill holds a PhD in Nursing from Massey University, a Masters of Philosophy in Nursing from Massey University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Studies from Auckland University. She completed her Diploma of Comprehensive Nursing at Waikato Polytechnic in 1993. Jill is a member of the College of Nurses (Aotearoa). In her spare time, Jill runs a volunteer after-hours nurse-led clinic in Nelson, is Chairperson of the Victory Community Health Centre Board, a local community-led health initiative, and enjoys mountain biking, orienteering, tramping and skiing with her family.