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Jane South & James Woodall

In: Health Promotion Settings: Principles and Practice

Chapter 5: Planning and Evaluating Health Promotion in Settings

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Planning and Evaluating Health Promotion in Settings
Planning and evaluating health promotion in settings
JaneSouth and JamesWoodall
Principles of Health Promotion Programme Planning and Evaluation

Health promotion is a process of enabling individuals and communities to gain greater control over their health and wellbeing and this imperative, whether at individual, organizational or population level, can be contrasted to the maintenance of services based on traditional power structures and ...

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