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Laura L. Hayman

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Chapter 3: Integrative Review of Intervention Models for Health Promotion of Children and Families

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Integrative Review of Intervention Models for Health Promotion of Children and Families
Integrative review of intervention models for health promotion of children and families
Laura L.Hayman

Promoting the health of children and families has been a major goal of professional nursing practice. Throughout the past two decades, however, health promotion and disease prevention have captured increased attention in both the research and clinical agendas of numerous, diverse disciplines and have emerged as priority areas for nurse scholars and clinicians. This emphasis, as Grey (chap. 2 in this volume) observed, is reflected in the number of existing paradigms/conceptual models designed to guide research and clinical practice in health promotion and disease prevention. Documents including Healthy People 2000: National Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Objectives for the Year 2000 ...

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