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Foundations for Health Promotion

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Efnisyfirlit

  • Cover image
  • Title page
  • Table of Contents
  • Copyright
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Part One. The theory of health promotion
    • Introduction
    • Chapter One. Concepts of health
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Defining health, well-being, disease, illness and ill health
      • Well-being
      • The Western scientific medical model of health
      • A critique of the medical model
      • Lay concepts of health
      • Cultural views of health
      • A unified view of health
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Two. Influences on health
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Determinants of health
      • Social class and health
      • Income and health
      • Housing and health
      • Employment and health
      • Gender and health
      • Health of ethnic minorities
      • Place and health
      • Explaining health inequalities
      • Tackling inequalities in health
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Three. Measuring health
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Why measure health?
      • Ways of measuring health
      • Measuring health as a negative variable (e.g. health is not being diseased or ill)
      • Mortality statistics
      • Morbidity statistics
      • Measuring health and disease in populations
      • Measures of health as an objective attribute
      • Measuring deprivation
      • Subjective health measures
      • Physical well-being, functional ability and health status
      • Psychological well-being
      • Social capital and social cohesion
      • Quality of life
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Four. Defining health promotion
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Foundations of health promotion
      • Origins of health promotion in the UK
      • Public health
      • The World Health Organization and health promotion
      • Defining health promotion
      • Critiques of health promotion
      • The argument for health promotion
      • Advocacy
      • Enablement
      • Mediation
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Five. Models and approaches to health promotion
      • Importance of the Topic
      • The medical approach
      • Behaviour change
      • The educational approach
      • Empowerment
      • Social change
      • Models of health promotion
      • Theories in health promotion
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Six. Ethical issues in health promotion
      • Importance of the Topic
      • The need for a philosophy of health promotion
      • Duty and codes of practice
      • Consequentialism and utilitarianism: The individual and the common good
      • Ethical principles
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Seven. The politics of health promotion
      • Importance of the Topic
      • What is politics?
      • Political ideologies
      • Globalization
      • Health as political
      • The politics of health promotion structures and organization
      • The politics of health promotion methods
      • Being political
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
  • Part Two. Strategies and methods
    • Introduction
    • Chapter Eight. Reorienting health services
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Introduction
      • Promoting health in and through the health sector
      • Primary healthcare and health promotion
      • Primary healthcare principles
      • Primary healthcare: strategies
      • Primary healthcare: service provision
      • Participation
      • Equity
      • Collaboration
      • Who promotes health?
      • Public health and health promotion workforce
      • Specialist community public health nurses
      • Mental health nurses
      • School nurses
      • Midwives
      • General practitioners
      • Practice nurses
      • Dentists
      • Pharmacists
      • Environmental health workers
      • Allied health workers
      • Care workers
      • Specialists
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Nine. Developing personal skills
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Definitions
      • The health belief model
      • Theory of reasoned action and theory of planned behaviour
      • The stages of change model
      • The prerequisites of change
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Ten. Strengthening community action
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Defining community
      • Why work with communities?
      • Approaches to strengthening community action
      • Defining community development
      • Community development and health promotion
      • Working with a community-centred approach
      • Types of activities involved in strengthening community action
      • Dilemmas and challenges in community-centred practice
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Eleven. Developing healthy public policy
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Defining HPP
      • Health in all policies (HiAP)
      • Health impact assessment (HIA)
      • The history of HPP
      • Key characteristics of HPP: advantages and barriers
      • The practitioner’s role in HPP
      • Evaluating an HPP approach
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Twelve. Using media in health promotion
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Introduction
      • The nature of media effects
      • The role of mass media
      • Planned campaigns
      • Unpaid media coverage
      • Media advocacy
      • Social marketing
      • What the mass media can and cannot do
      • Communication tools
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
  • Part Three. Settings for health promotion
    • Introduction
    • Chapter Thirteen. Health promoting schools
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Why the school is a key setting for health promotion
      • Health promotion in schools
      • The health promoting school
      • Policies and practices
      • Links with the community
      • Effective interventions
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Fourteen. Health promoting workplaces
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Why is the workplace a key setting for health promotion?
      • The relationship between work and health
      • Responsibility for workplace health
      • Health promotion in the workplace
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Fifteen. Health promoting neighbourhoods
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Defining neighbourhoods
      • Why neighbourhoods are a key setting for health promotion
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Sixteen. Health promoting health services
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Defining a health promoting hospital
      • Why hospitals are a key setting for health promotion
      • Promoting the health of patients
      • Promoting the health of staff
      • The hospital and the community
      • Organizational health promotion
      • The HPH movement
      • Health promoting pharmacies
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Seventeen. Health promoting prisons
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Why prisons have been identified as a setting for health promotion
      • Barriers to prisons as health promoting settings
      • Health promoting prisons
      • Examples of effective interventions
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
  • Part Four. Implementing health promotion
    • Introduction
    • Chapter Eighteen. Assessing health needs
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Defining health needs
      • The purpose of assessing health needs
      • Health needs assessment
      • Setting priorities
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Nineteen. Planning health promotion interventions
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Reasons for planning
      • Health promotion planning cycle
      • Strategic planning
      • Project planning
      • Planning models
      • Stage 1: What is the nature of the problem?
      • Stage 2: What needs to be done? Set aims and objectives
      • Stage 3: Identify appropriate methods for achieving the objectives
      • Stage 4: Identify resources and inputs
      • Stage 5: Plan evaluation methods
      • Stage 6: Set an action plan
      • Stage 7: Action, or implementation of the plan
      • Planning models
      • PRECEDE-PROCEED model
      • Quality and audit
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
    • Chapter Twenty. Evaluating health promotion interventions
      • Importance of the Topic
      • Defining evaluation
      • Why evaluate?
      • What to evaluate
      • Process, impact and outcome evaluation
      • Evaluation research methodologies
      • How to evaluate: The process of evaluation
      • How to evaluate: Gathering and analysing data
      • Building an evidence base for health promotion
      • What to do with the evaluation: Putting the findings into practice
      • Conclusion
      • Summary
  • Glossary
  • Index

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Vörumerki: Elsevier
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Foundations for Health Promotion

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