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Novick & Morrow's Public Health Administration, Third Edition
Principles for Population-Based Management

Author(s): Leiyu Shi, DrPH, MBA, MPA, Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, Maryland, Director, Johns Hopkins Primary Care Policy Center
James A. Johnson, PhD, MPA, MS, Professor and Medical Social Scientist, School of Health Sciences, Central Michigan University, Michigan, Visiting Professor, St. George's University, Grenada, West Indies
  • ISBN-13: 9781449688332
  • Product With Access Code    714 pages      © 2014
Price: $160.95 US List
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Instructor Resources: Instructor Manual, PowerPoint, Test Bank
Student Resources: Companion Website

Under the direction of new lead editors, Leiyu Shi and James A. Johnson, the new third edition of Public Health Administration: Principles for Population-Based Management examines the many events, advances, and challenges in the United States and the world since the publication of the prior edition of the book.

With contributions from experts in areas ranging from workforce to community-based prevention to emergency preparedness, this timely and thorough revision offers detailed, comprehensive coverage of current, relevant issues for students as well as practicing public health administrators. This edition also addresses new perspectives of evidence-based public health, systems thinking, accountable care organizations, social entrepreneurship, integrated information management, disaster preparedness and response, and social media.

New to this Edition:

  • New team of seasoned co-editors, Leiyu Shi and James A. Johnson.
  • Streamlined chapters with new chapter objectives and discussion questions to enhance the classroom experience for students.
  • New chapters on public health policy, social determinants of health, public health systems research, social marketing, social entrepreneurship for public health, and global health.
  • New student Navigate Companion Website with interactive learning materials to engage students in learning.
Chapter  1  Overview of Public Health Administration By James A. Johnson and Leiyu Shi
Chapter  2  Historical Developments in Public Health in the 21st Century By James Johnson, James Allen Johnson III, Cynthia Morrow
Chapter  3  Public Health and Social Determinants of Health By Leiyu Shi
Chapter  4  Public Health Administration and Practice Framework By Cynthia B. Morrow and James A. Johnson
Chapter  5  Organization of the Public Health System By Glen P. Mays, Alene Kennedy Hendricks
Chapter  6  Professionalism and Ethics in Public Health Practice and Management By Ruth Gaare Bernheim and Elizabeth Fenton
Chapter  7  Public Health Law By Lawrence O. Gostin
Chapter  8  Public Health Policy By Walter J. Jones, Ph.D.
Chapter  9  Public Health Finance By Peggy Honoré and Louis Gapenski
Chapter  10  Public Health Workforce By Gerald M. Barron, Linda Duchak, Margaret A. Potter
Chapter  11  Human Resource Management for Public Health By Janet Porter
Chapter  12  Leadership for Public Health By Claudia S. P. Fernandez and David Steffen
Chapter  13  Public Health Information Systems and Management By Bernard J. Kerr, Jr., Jean Popiak-Goodwin, and Andrew T. Westrum
Chapter  14  Geographic Information Systems for Public Health By Alan L. Melnick and Brendon Haggerty
Chapter  15  Public Health Surveillance By Benjamin Silk, Theresa Hatzell Hoke, and Ruth Berkelman
Chapter  16  Strategic Planning in Public Health By James H. Stephens and Gerald R. Ledlow
Chapter  17  Performance Management in Public Health By Leslie M. Beitsch, Laura B. Landrum, Bernard J. Turnock, Arden S. Handler
Chapter  18  Engaging Communities and Building Constituencies for Public Health By Michael T. Hatcher and Ray M. Nicola
Chapter  19  Evaluation of Public Health Programs By L. Michele Issel and Michael Fagen
Chapter  20  Advancing Public Health Systems Research By Leiyu Shi
Chapter  21  Social Marketing and Consumer-Based Approaches in Public Health By Moya Alfonso and Mary P. Martinasek
Chapter  22  Prevention, Health Education, and Health Promotion By Lawrence W. Green, Judith M. Ottoson, and Maria Roditis
Chapter  23  Evidence-Based Public Health Management and Practice By Ross C. Brownson
Chapter  24  Social Entrepreneurship and Public Health By Kristine Kawamura, Nailya O. DeLellis and Ormanbek T. Zhuzzhanov
Chapter  25  Disaster Preparedness and Public Health Response By Linda Young Landesman and Cynthia Morrow
Chapter  26  Public Health and Health Care Quality By Cheryll D. Lesneski, Peggy A. Honoré, and Carolyn Clancy
Chapter  27  Global Health Challenges and Opportunities By Leiyu Shi and James Johnson

Leiyu Shi, DrPH, MBA, MPA-Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, Maryland, Director, Johns Hopkins Primary Care Policy Center

Dr. Leiyu Shi is professor of health policy and health services research in the Department of Health Policy and Management, Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University. He is also director of The Johns Hopkins Primary Care Policy Center. Prior to his academic positions, Dr. Shi worked in the public health field focusing on community-based primary care and vulnerable populations. He received his doctoral education from the University of California, Berkeley, majoring in health policy and services research. He also has a master’s in business administration focusing on finance. Dr. Shi’s research focuses on primary care, health disparities, and vulnerable populations. He has conducted extensive studies about the association between primary care and health outcomes, particularly on the role of primary care in mediating the adverse impact of income inequality on health outcomes. Dr. Shi is also well known for his extensive research on the nation’s vulnerable populations, in particular community health centers that serve vulnerable populations, including their sustainability, provider recruitment and retention experiences, financial performance, experience under managed care, and quality of care. Dr. Shi is the author of nine textbooks and more than 150 scientific journal articles.

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James A. Johnson, PhD, MPA, MS-Professor and Medical Social Scientist, School of Health Sciences, Central Michigan University, Michigan, Visiting Professor, St. George's University, Grenada, West Indies

Dr. James A. Johnson is a medical social scientist who specializes in international health and organization development in public health. He is the former chair of the Department of Health Administration and Policy at the Medical University of South Carolina and currently professor of health administration and health sciences in the Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions at Central Michigan University. Additionally, he is visiting professor in the Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health at St. George’s University in Grenada, West Indies and adjunct professor of health policy at Auburn University. Dr. Johnson has also been an active researcher and health science writer, with more than 100 journal articles and 15 books published. His book, Comparative Health Systems: Global Perspectives involves coresearchers from around the world and analyzes the health systems of 20 countries. He is also author of Introduction to Public Health Management, Organization, and Policy; past-editor of the Journal of Healthcare Management; and currently contributing editor for the Journal of Health and Human Services Administration. Dr. Johnson works closely with the World Health Organization (WHO) and ProWorld Service Corps and is a regular delegate to the World Health Congress and member of the Global Health Council.  He has been an invited lecturer at Oxford University (England), Beijing University (China), University of Dublin (Ireland), University of Colima (Mexico), St. George’s University (Grenada), and University of Pretoria (South Africa).  Additionally, he has served on many boards including the board of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration (AUPHA), advisory board of the Alliance for the Blind and Visually Impaired, board president of Lowcountry AIDS Services (Charleston, SC), scientific advisory board of the National Diabetes Trust Foundation, advisory board of the Joint Africa Working Group, board of directors of the Africa Research and Development Center, advisory board of the Center for Collaborative Health Leadership, and board of advisors for Health Systems of America. He completed a Master of Public Administration (MPA) in healthcare administration at Auburn University and his PhD at the College of Social Sciences and Public Policy, Florida State University.

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ISBN-13: 9781449688332

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Test Bank

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