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Theory in a nutshell: a practical guide to health promotion theories

Theory in a nutshell: a practical guide to health promotion theories
Theory in a nutshell: a practical guide to health promotion theories
The use of theory in the planning and implementation of health promotion programs will more reliably produce positive outcomes.

Following on from the success of the second edition, 'Theory in a Nutshell 3' explores the main theoretical concepts and models in health promotion and explains the significance, practical application and impact of different theories on the individual, community and organisation. This edition includes concise reviews of established theories, such as social cognitive theory and health belief model, as well as expanding on new developments in the field including evidence-based policy making and health impact assessment. Thoroughly revised and updated, the book maintains the accessible style suitable for public health practitioners, health promotion and health education specialists, epidemiologists and social policy makers, as well as students of public health and health promotion.
9780070278431
McGraw-Hill
Nutbeam, Don
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Wise, W.
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Nutbeam, Don, Harris, E. and Wise, W. (2010) Theory in a nutshell: a practical guide to health promotion theories , Sydney, AU. McGraw-Hill, 81pp.

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The use of theory in the planning and implementation of health promotion programs will more reliably produce positive outcomes.

Following on from the success of the second edition, 'Theory in a Nutshell 3' explores the main theoretical concepts and models in health promotion and explains the significance, practical application and impact of different theories on the individual, community and organisation. This edition includes concise reviews of established theories, such as social cognitive theory and health belief model, as well as expanding on new developments in the field including evidence-based policy making and health impact assessment. Thoroughly revised and updated, the book maintains the accessible style suitable for public health practitioners, health promotion and health education specialists, epidemiologists and social policy makers, as well as students of public health and health promotion.

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Published date: April 2010
Organisations: Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences

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Local EPrints ID: 359813
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/359813
ISBN: 9780070278431
PURE UUID: de58d37b-c5d3-49f5-9ecb-24f6337ac9b2

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Date deposited: 13 Nov 2013 14:50
Last modified: 11 Dec 2021 03:15

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Author: Don Nutbeam
Author: E. Harris
Author: W. Wise

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