Planning & Strategies
- Jackie Green
- Ruth Cross - Leeds Beckett University, UK
- James Woodall
- Keith Tones
New to the 4th Edition:
- A chapter on “Evidence-Based Health Promotion” addressing the development of an evidence base for health promotion.
- Expanded coverage of health inequalities, equity and social exclusion
- Further discussion of mental health promotion and well-being
- Key concepts are now highlighted and explained throughout the book
- 'Critical reflection’ boxes have been added to help the reader think critically about an issue or approach.
The book is supported by online resources with up to 20 original case studies from around the world, access to full SAGE journal articles, and seminar questions for lecturers.
- A collection of original case studies from around the world
- Further reading to help with assignments and exams
- Seminar Questions
Very beneficial for the Promoting Health, Wellbeing and Independence module at level 5 (40 credits)
Ordered some for the LRC
One of the best Public health books I have ever used. Both for personal use and within teaching.
An excellent resource that recognises the complexity of human behaviour and the interplay between multiple factors that determine outcomes; whilst also recognising the need to shine a light on the bigger issues relating to health inequalities when addressing 'health promotion'.
I coordinate a core course entitled Society, Behaviour and Health for Master of Public Health students. I find the book very helpful as it covers our syllabus on health promotion and health belief models. A very good reference indeed.
We need a somewhat more general text for students who become nutritionists in the first place. Also because of some rules within university i need a somewhat cheaper book to make sure the costs stay manageable for students.
Comprehensive book on health promotion which contains transferable information for all nurses.
A very good book to support health promotion.
This is a very informative text which covers all the fundamental health promotion approaches and strategies. The addition of online resource tools to complement the text helps to update the material by making it even more accessible to students.
A comprehensive text which addresses the topic in a way that will be accessible to those newly introduced to health promotion as well as those who are looking for a more in depth understanding.
proved popular with students who have accessed the book and proved to really useful for their module assignment. Likely to be useful for health and social care and public health students. The chapters are well chosen and offer a substantial and accessible range of knowledge and concepts plus useful ideas on their application. A good book.