Title Manual of Men’s Health
Subtitle A Practice Guide for APRNs and PAs
Author Susanne A. Quallich
ISBN 9780826191137
List price USD 85.00
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Binding Paperback
No of pages 536
Book size 178 x 254 mm
Publishing year 2019
Original publisher Springer Publishing Company
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Description:

The only practical resource to focus solely on health issues specific to men

Written by and for APRNs and PAs in the primary care setting, this is the first clinical reference to focus solely on managing health concerns that are specific to men. Filling a significant gap in knowledge about this patient group, the user-friendly reference delivers evidence-based guidelines for the day-to-day management of male patients.

Designed for ease of use and quick access to information, the resource is divided into three sections: general men’s health, overview of special issues in men’s health, and urology and preventive cardiology. In addition to addressing the full gamut of urological and cardiac issues, the book discusses the basics of male physical assessment including sports assessment, male adolescent risk issues, musculoskeletal manifestations of stress in men, and health screening issues. Also covered are the aging male and physical activity, the health needs of male veterans, complementary and alternative health methods, chronic pain, high-risk MSM sexual health issues, and starting a men’s health clinic.

Key Features:

  • The only practical men’s health resource written specifically for APRNs and PAs by APRNs and PAs
  • Organized to facilitate quick access to information
  • Delivers evidence-based guidelines for men’s healthcare
  • Written and edited by noted APRN and PA men’s health practitioners and faculty
  • Addresses health issues in urology, cardiology treatment for men, and other health issues specific to men

Contents:

Contributors

Foreword

Preface

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Section I: General Men’s Health

Chapter 1. Introduction to the Complexity in Defining Men’s Health (Kenneth A. Mitchell)

Chapter 2. A Brief Discussion of Issues in Men’s Health Seeking (Mari Parker)

Chapter 3. Basics of Sports Injury Assessment (Karen M. Myrick)

Chapter 4. Genitourinary History and Physical Examination for the Adult Male Patient (Nancy Brownlee)

Chapter 5. Male Adolescent Health: Addressing a Critical Need (MiChelle L. McGarry)

Chapter 6. Adolescent Males and the Media (Jade Burns)

Chapter 7. Musculoskeletal Manifestations of Stress in Men (Aaron Wallace)

Chapter 8. Health Screening and Immunization Issues for Adult Men (Alice Ukaegbu)

Chapter 9. Controversies in Circumcision (Michael Sheehan)


Section II: Overview Of Special Issues In Men’s Health

Chapter 10. The State of Men’s Health Services in the Veterans Health Administration* (Michael Fenstermaker, Sujay Paknikar, Amarnath Rambhatla, Dana A. Ohl, Ted A. Skolarus, and James M. Dupree)

Chapter 11. Caring for the Transgender Client (John Phoenix)

Chapter 12. Health-Seeking Behaviors and Needs in Young Adult Males (Jo Ann L. Nicoteri)

Chapter 13. Novel Nutritional and Dietary Supplement Approaches and Men’s Health (Mark A. Moyad)

Chapter 14. Mental Health Issues and Men: A Primer (George Byron Peraza-Smith and Yolanda Bone)

Chapter 15. Chronic Pain and Men (Susanne A. Quallich and Sallyanne M. Fisher)

Chapter 16. Effective Communication Between Men Who Have Sex With Men and Their Providers (Dalmacio D. Flores, Michael Sanchez, and José A. Bauermeister)

Chapter 17. The Itchy, Scratchy, Bumpy, and Burning Truths About Sex, and Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) (Rachel Prosser)

Chapter 18. A Men’s Health Clinic Exemplar: Experience at the University of Utah (Kelley Taylor and James Hotaling)

Chapter 19. Urology as a Window to Men’s Health (Christian Fuglesang S. Jensen, Mikkel Fode, Mette L. K. Schmidt, Dana A. Ohl, and Jens Sønksen)


Section III: Urology And Preventative Cardiology

Chapter 20. Overview of Vasectomy (Michelle Angie)

Chapter 21. Discussion of Premature Ejaculation (Ruby Nzoma)

Chapter 22. Peyronie’s Disease (Nancy Brownlee)

Chapter 23. Penile and Scrotal Disorders (Hillary B. Durstein and Sara M. Drummer)

Chapter 24. Erectile Dysfunction: Introduction to Diagnosis and Management (Susanne A. Quallich and Michelle Lajiness)

Chapter 25. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (Stanley Mukundi)

Chapter 26. Controversies in PSA Screening (Michelle Lajiness and Susanne A. Quallich)

Chapter 27. Male Infertility and Cryopreservation (Puneet Sindhwani, Zane Giffen, Ashwin Raghavan, and Tariq Shah)

Chapter 28. Male UCPPS and Orchialgia(Susanne A. Quallich)

Chapter 29. Hypogonadism and Testosterone Replacement Issues (Kenneth A. Mitchell)

Chapter 30. Brief Guide to Penile and Testicular Cancer (Anne E. Calvaresi)

Chapter 31. Survivorship Basics and the Male Urological Cancer Survivor (Hilary Shreves and Amy Leatherwood)

Chapter 32. Overactive Bladder and Incontinence in the Male Patient (Mashrin Lira Chowdhury and Min Suk Jun)

Chapter 33. Cardiovascular Prevention: Hypertension and Dyslipidemia (Joanne Thanavaro)

Chapter 34. Evaluation and Management of Stroke in Men (Adriana R. Messina)

Chapter 35. Men and Heart Health (Kathleen Fasing)

Index


About the Editors:

Susanne A. Quallich, PhD, ANP-BC, NP-C, CUNP, FAANP, holds both an academic and a clinical appointment at the University of Michigan. Dr. Quallich is Clinical Adjunct Faculty at the University of Michigan School of Nursing, where she teaches primarily men’s health and urology to BSN and MSN/DNP students. Her clinical appointment is within the Division of Andrology and Urologic Health, Department of Urology at Michigan Medicine, the Hospital of University of Michigan, where her patient case load includes independent evaluation and management of male patients with sexual and reproductive function concerns and independent evaluation, management, and teaching of chronic male genital pain patients. Dr. Quallich has been PI or co-PI on numerous research projects and has published more than 30 peer-reviewed journal articles in journals such as The Journal for NPs, Urologic Nursing, Journal of Advanced Nursing, American Journal of Men’s Health, and Urologic Clinics of North America. She has published more than 30 books and chapters including Goolsby/Grubbs, Advanced Assessment (Davis) on the genitourinary system, multiple chapters in Black/Hawks, Medical-Surgical Nursing (Saunders/Elsevier, 2008), and several chapters in Stanley/Veith/Wakefield (eds), Current Therapy in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery related to postsurgical neurogenic impotence and drug therapy for erectile dysfunction (Elsevier, 2014). She recently coedited The Nurse Practitioner in Urology (Springer). She has been instrumental in defining the role of the nurse practitioner (NP) in urology and in developing a framework of competencies by which NPs can progress toward an expert urology NP role. Dr. Quallich has won numerous awards, including the Sigma Theta Tau, Rho Chapter Award for Excellence in Nursing Practice for 2018. She was inducted as a Fellow in the American Association of Nurse Practitioners based on her work in advancing men’s health knowledge among NPs and advancing the specialty urology NP role.

Michelle Lajiness, MSN, FNP-BC, is a Urology Nurse Practitioner at The University of Toledo Medical College in Toledo, Ohio. She has been Master’s prepared for over 28 years and has over 18 years of experience as an NP in urology. She co-edited The Nurse Practitioner in Urology, the only urology book published for nurse practitioners. She has published several articles and book chapters on  urology topics and is a frequent invited speaker at the local, national, and international levels.

Kenneth A. Mitchell, MPAS, PA-C, is a certified physician assistant with over 22 years of clinical experience overall and over 20 years of experience in male erectile and sexual dysfunction. He actively promotes men’s health and has participated in community outreach programs to educate men about sexual health. He has lectured both nationally and internationally on the subject of men’s health and sexual dysfunction. Kenneth received his master’s in physician assistant studies from the University of Nebraska Physician Assistant Program. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), the Urological Association of Physician Assistants (UAPA), member of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America, Chair of the AUA APN/PA Membership Committee, Past  President of UAPA, Past Chair of the Sexual Medicine Society of North America APN/PA Affairs Committee, and board member at-large of the American Society of Men’s Health (ASMH).


Target Audience:

Advanced practice registered nurses and Physician Assistants interested in men’s health.

 

 
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