Community Nursing covers communicable health problems, management of community health services, community health practice and assessment, epidemiology and chronic health problems, the diagnosis and management of HIV/Aids patients, legislation and regulations pertinent to the practice of community health. Prominence is given to preventative health measures, health promotion and sustained wellness. Community Nursing features real-life community health related case studies to enable readers to apply theory to practice. Review questions encourage discussion and allow students to apply learning, while a summary-at-a-glance feature assists student revision. The fourth edition has a greater focus on practical scenarios and includes updated examples relevant to the community health environment. It also features: A new chapter on health trends. Expanded sections on immunisation including new vaccines and HIV/Aids management in chapters 7 and 9. More guidelines on the management of Primary Health Care centres. More emphasis on the process and instruments for community assessment.