Prevention Is Primary Strategies for Community Well Being
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Description: Prevention is Primary is a theory-to-practice book for students, faculty practitioners and community leaders who want to take an aggressive stance against the most pressing health problems in the community, such as tobacco, violence, drugs, HIV, obesity, and asthma. This book provides a full and practical understanding of prevention on a community level. It defines the elements of quality prevention efforts from necessary partnerships to the training, vision, and policies that go into successful efforts.
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List price: $62.00
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 4/20/2007
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Tables, Figures, and Exhibits|
|Defining the Issues|
|Beyond Brochures: The Imperative for Primary Prevention|
|Achieving Health Equity and Social Justice|
|Gender, Health, and Prevention|
|The Hope of Prevention: Individual, Family, and Community Resilience|
|Key Elements of Effective Prevention Efforts|
|Community Organizing for Health and Social Justice|
|More Than a Message: Framing Public Health Advocacy to Change Corporate Practices|
|Working Collaboratively to Advance Prevention|
|Making Change: The Power of Local Communities to Foster Policy|
|Using Media Advocacy to Influence Policy|
|Primary Prevention and Program Evaluation|
|Prevention in Context|
|Preventing Injustices in Environmental Health and Exposures|
|Health and the Built Environment: Opportunities for Prevention|
|Creating Healthy Food Environments and Preventing Chronic Disease|
|Strengthening the Collaboration Between Public Health and Criminal Justice to Prevent Violence|
|The Limits of Behavioral Interventions for HIV Prevention|