EVIDENCE-BASED HEALTH PROMOTION
Assessing existing evidence
Collecting new evidence
Making decisions when the evidence is imperfect&/UL;
This volume will challenge those involved with health promotion to think more broadly about what 'doing the right thing' and 'doing things right' mean, and to use this thinking to inform their practice is, therefore, essential reading for those who are involved in health promotion as part of their practice, health-promotion specialists, managers responsible for purchasing or providing services, and students.
Table of Contents
Creative Tensions in Evidence-based Practice.
RECENT THEORIES AND NEW APPROACHES TO PRACTICE.
The Role of Theories in Health Promotion Practice.
Work with Individuals.
Training and Education.
Organisations and Social Systems.
EVIDENCE-BASED WORK IN SETTINGS.
The Evidence Base of Work in Settings.
Working in School Settings.
Working in Informal Settings.
Working within the Criminal Justice System.
Working in Hospital and Community Settings.
GATHERING, ASSESSING AND USING EVIDENCE.
Doing Things Right.
Evidence into Practice.
Health Promotion Needs Assessment.
Using Qualitative Studies.
Monitoring and Evaluating Progress.