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Mark Dooris

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Chapter 2: The Settings Approach: Looking Back, Looking Forward

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The Settings Approach: Looking Back, Looking Forward
The settings approach: Looking back, looking forward
MarkDooris

Health promotion has long recognized the value of utilizing settings such as healthcare, workplaces and schools as influential channels for reaching defined populations (Mullen et al., 1995). In this way, settings, alongside population groups and health topics or problems, make up the traditional three-dimensional matrix used to organize health promotion programmes, particularly those concerned with individual behaviour change. However, what has become known as the settings approach moves beyond this mechanistic view of delivering ...

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