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Douglas H. Fernald, Deborah S. Main, Carolyn J. Tressler & Kathryn A. Judge Nearing

In: Promoting Health at the Community Level

Chapter 5: The Community Action for Health Promotion Initiative: Building Capacity in Small, Focused, Community-Based Health Promotion Programs

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The Community Action for Health Promotion Initiative: Building Capacity in Small, Focused, Community-Based Health Promotion Programs
The community action for health promotion initiative: Building capacity in small, focused, community-based health promotion programs
Douglas H.FernaldDeborah S.MainCarolyn J.TresslerKathryn A. JudgeNearing

During the past decade, communities have received increased recognition as leaders and participants in promoting the health and well-being of residents, tackling health issues ranging from heart disease to HIV infection to teenage pregnancy. The impacts of the largest, federally funded, community-based health promotion programs have been widely reported, but we continue to know very little about the accomplishments of smaller community-based health promotion programs (e.g., those with annual budgets of $10,000 or less), even though these more modest programs are far more common.

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