Population Health, Communities and Health Promotion

Population Health, Communities and Health Promotion

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Following the process of doing a community based health promotion project, this book shows how to progress from thinking about and assessing the health needs of a community to how to plan, implement, and evaluate a health promotion project for a particular group or population. Using real world case studies and examples, the text provides students with an introduction to community health within a population health and health promotion framework, and explains how these areas work together in practice.Written to suit nursing, public health and allied health students.Includes case studies and examples from communities in developing and developed countries.Does not assume any prior knowledge of research or statistics.Experienced author team of researchers, educators and practitioners.Keywords explained in margin notes throughout the book.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 384 pages
  • 190 x 245 x 20mm | 773g
  • OUP Australia and New Zealand
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • English
  • UK ed.
  • 0195560558
  • 9780195560558
  • 790,261

Table of contents

List of Abbreviations List of Acronyms PrefaceSection I Theory and Concepts 1: Introduction:Population Health and Health Promotion - Sansnee Jirojwong & Pranee Liamputtong 2: Primary Health Care and Health Promotion - Sansnee Jirojwong & Pranee LiamputtongSection II Needs Assessment3: Health Needs Assessment of Communities and Populations - Pranee Liamputtong & Sansnee Jirojwong 4: Health of Indigenous Australians and health promotion - Janya McCalman, Komla Tsey, Teresa Gibson & Bradley Baird 5: Emerging Population Health Issues and Health Promotion - Diane Goldsworthy, Sansnee Jirojwong & Pranee Liamputtong 6: Assessing the Needs of Health Professionals and Stakeholders - Omar Ha-RedeyeSection III Planning 7: Project Planning: Projects and Protocals - Robert MacLennan 8: Project Planning Using the Precede-Proceed Model - Peter Howat, Graham Brown, Sharyn Burns & Alexandra McManus. 9: Planning Human Resources - Lee Stewart, Rusieli Taukei, & Kim Usher 10: Planning for Policy Advocacy for Health Promotion - Vivian Lin & Prue BagleySection IV Implementation 11: Health Promotion: How to Build Community Capacity - Glenn Laverack 12: Community Development and Empowerment - Komla Tsey 13: Health Promotion and Health Education for a Multicultural Community - Myna Hua & Chris RisselSection V Evaluation 14: Frameworks of Project Evaluation - Margaret Dykeman & Kathleen Cruttenden 15: Levels of Project Evaluation and Evaluation Study Designs- David Dunt Glossary
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