Administration of Environmental Health Programmes

Book : Administration of Environmental Health Programmes

Author : * --

Language : English

Episode : Health-Safety-Environment

Publishing Location : Cenevre

Skin : 92 4

Published Date : 1974

Publisher : World Health Organization

Language : Turkish

Document Type : Book

Book No : 5075

INDEX

Preface Introduction
PART 1. GENERAL CONCEPTS AND APPLICATIONS
CHAPTER 1. THE EVOLUTION OF NEOCLASSICAL ADMINISTRATIVE THEORY ...................
1. Purpose and scope of the chapter..........
2. Traditional administrative theory......... .
3. Modifications of traditional theory..........
4. Further development of administrative theory......
CHAPTER 2. CONCEPTS OF GENERAL SYSTEMS THEORY APPLIED TO ADMINISTRATION...............
1. Meanings of "systems analysis"..........
2. Traditional "scientific method" and its impact on administra tion ...................
3. Systems in general...............
4. Basic properties of systems............
5. Open and closed systems.............
6. Summary of basic systems concepts.........
7. Social systems and administrative systems.......
8. General components of administrative systems......
9. System functions...............
10. Classification of system outputs...........
11. Summary of administrative system concepts.......
12. Systems theory and administrative theory.......
CHAPTER 3. A SYSTEMS VIEW OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
1. Applicability of the systems approach.........
2. Environmental health relationships and problems.....
3. Environmental health interventions..........
4. Time and distance factors............
5. Implications of a systems view of environmental health
PART 2. THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS IN
ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
CHAPTER 4. OVERVIEW OF THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS . - .
1. Administration, as problem solving..........
2. Problem definition and goal setting..........
3. Policy and programme planning...........
4. Management planning, implementation, and programme oper ation: cycles, feedback, and constraints.........
5. Elaboration of the administrative process: programme develop ment ...................
6. Programme results in environmental health.......
7. A guide to detailed study of the administrative process . . .
CHAPTER 5. PLANNING, DECISION MAKING, AND EVALUATION
1. Decision making and evaluation in the administrative process .
2. Health planning: definitions, characteristics, and outcomes
CHAPTER 6. PROGRAMME PLANNING..........
1. Problem analysis................
2. Role analysis.................
3. Objective setting................
4. Constraint analysis in relation to objectives.......
5. Programme selection: factors in choosing priorities and strategies
6. Preparation of the programme plan and evaluation base . . .
7. Budget formulation...............
CHAPTER 7. MANAGEMENT PLANNING: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION ....................
1. The conduct of management planning.........
2. General management norms............
3. Operational objectives and other norms........
4. Specification of programme activities.........
5. Projecting programme implementation.........
6. Transition to management operations.........
Annex. Network analysis and pert method........
CHAPTER 8. MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS; COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION..................
1. Administrative communication: basic concepts......
2. Communication to the system's operators: the administrative procedure..................
3. Information for service and control: the form.......
4. Records, reports, and information systems........
CHAPTER 9. MANAGEMENT OPERATIONS: SYSTEM CONTROL AND EVALUATION..................
1. Concepts of control...............
2. Types of system control and pertinent evaluations.....
3. Budgeting and accounting in system control.......
CHAPTER 10. PROSPECTS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT IN ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PROGRAMMES
1. Common elements of environmental health programmes . . .
2. Information processes in environmental health programmes .
3. Improving problem prevention through forecasting.....
4. Administrative technology and the future of environmental health