- Häftad (Paperback)
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- Open University Press
- 230 x 152 x 11 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 280 g
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Health Promotion Practice: Building Empowered Communities
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scotregen "A very welcome addition to the practical side of health promotion! Laveracks brief and simply-worded text weaves together just the right balance of theory, evidence, tips and case studies to satisfy the new learner looking to gain a grasp of health promotions empowering whole, while still offering new insights to the more seasoned practitioner."
Ronald Labont, Institute of Population Health, University of Ottawa
- How can health promotion practitioners help communities to become more empowered?
- How do you encourage different communities to work together towards a shared goal?
- How can you focus your resources to be most effective in building empowered communities?
- How do you evaluate your success (and failures) in building empowered communities?
- An understanding of the key concepts of power and empowerment and the link to improved health outcomes in the context of health promotion programmes
- An understanding of practical approaches that can be used in health promotion programming to build and evaluate empowered communities
- Case study examples of how communities can be empowered in practice
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Glenn Laverack is Director, Health Promotion at the School of Population Health, University of Auckland. He has worked in health promotion, public health and community development for twenty years in Africa, Asia and the Pacific regions. His Ph.D. investigated the mechanisms of community empowerment.
An overview of the book
Health promotion practice
Communities and community based interaction
Health and empowerment
Empowerment & health promotion programming
'Unpacking community empowerment for strategic planning
Evaluating community empowerment
Empowerment in action: An issues based approach
Empowerment in action: A community-based approach
Building empowered communities in health promotion Practice