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Evidence-based health promotion [publication] /

by Perkins, Elizabeth R [edt]; Simnett, Ina [edt]; Wright, Linda [edt].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York [etc.] : J. Wiley, 1999, cop. 1999Description: XVIII, 430 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0471978515.MeSH subject(s): Health Promotion | Evidence-Based Medicine | School Health Services | Health Promotion -- standardsAddiction suisse subject(s): Gesundheitsförderung | Konzept | Schule | Erziehung | Arbeitsplatz | Krankenhaus | Gefängnis | EvaluationPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: [Contents] Creative tensions in evidence-based practice. - The role of theories in health promotion practice. - Evidence. - Work with individuals. - Training and education (national occupational standards for health promotion and care; etc). - Organisations and social systems (a workplace stress survey; etc). - The evidence base of work in settings. - Working in school settings. - Working in informal settings. - Working within the criminal justice system (Health promotion with offenders; HIV prevention work within prisons). - Working in hospital and community settings. Doing things right. - Evidence into practice (From evidence to action using health behaviour surveys; etc). - Health promotion needs assessment (lifestyle surveys; etc). - Using qualitative studies. - Monitoring and evaluating progress.
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[Contents] Creative tensions in evidence-based practice. - The role of theories in health promotion practice. - Evidence. - Work with individuals. - Training and education (national occupational standards for health promotion and care; etc). - Organisations and social systems (a workplace stress survey; etc). - The evidence base of work in settings. - Working in school settings. - Working in informal settings. - Working within the criminal justice system (Health promotion with offenders; HIV prevention work within prisons). - Working in hospital and community settings. Doing things right. - Evidence into practice (From evidence to action using health behaviour surveys; etc). - Health promotion needs assessment (lifestyle surveys; etc). - Using qualitative studies. - Monitoring and evaluating progress.