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This book provides a clear and comprehensive introduction to the many definitions, theories and approaches in public health. It is an important book for students and practitioners who are interested in public health, and for those who are keen to improve it.
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"This book covers 75 main entries and many other definitions, terms and theories. Each main entry provides the reader with a precise definition, a theoretical interpretation and, if appropriate, examples of the practical application. At the end of each entry is a listing of three key texts to provide further sources of information. ... This book takes a new and refreshing approach to the theory and practice of public health. Its pocket-size format makes it a handy sourcebook." (C. Albert Yeung, Journal of Public Health, Vol. 40 (1) March, 2017)
Glenn Laverack is seen as a leader in health promotion and empowerment and has a distinguished career in public health for more than 25 years working in Europe, Africa, Asia, North America and the Pacific regions. He formerly worked as the TDR Coordinator (Empowerment) at the WHO in Geneva and as a senior research fellow at the Southgate Institute, Flinders University, Australia. Dr Laverack is currently an honorary professor at the University of Southern Denmark and has a wide range of publications including books in English, Portugese, Russian and German. His Ph.D. investigated the accommodation of community empowerment within top-down public health programming in the South Pacific. He has a significant range of professional experience in cross-cultural settings that facilitates a broad insight at both a theoretical and practice level.
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