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Acknowledgments
Contributors

Introduction: getting your hands on
Rob Moodie (Victorian Health Promotion Foundation)

PART 1 BUILDING BLOCKS

Chapter 1 Public health information
Jane Hocking and Nick Crofts (both Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health)

Profile 1 The Cochrane Collaboration

Chapter 2 Evaluation
Penny Hawe (University of Calgary)

Chapter 3 How to influence policy
Maurice Mittelmark (University of Bergen)

Chapter 4 Public health, health promotion, and the law
Bebe Loff (Monash University)

Profile 2 The International Union for Health Promotion and Education

Chapter 5 Public health advocacy
Simon Chapman (University of Sydney)

Chapter 6 Communication for change
Rob Donovan (Curtin University)

Chapter 7 Narrowcast communications
David Stanley, with Max McLean (Convenience Advertising)

Profile 3 The Communication Initiative

Chapter 8 Leadership and management
Rob Moodie (Victorian Health Promotion Foundation), Piers Campbell (MANNET), and Hans Saan (Netherlands Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention)

Chapter 9 Project management
Hans Saan (Netherlands Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention)

Chapter 10 Partnerships to promote health
Garth Japhet (Soul City: Institute for Health and Development Communication) and Alana Hulme (Connectus)

Chapter 11 Improving community capacity
Rajanikant Arole (Comprehensive Rural Health Project, Jamkhed), Beth Fuller (University of Melbourne), and Peter Deutschmann (University of Melbourne)

PART 2 HEALTH ISSUES AND BEHAVIOURS

Chapter 12 Tobacco control
Melanie Wakefield and David Hill (both The Cancer Council, Victoria)

Chapter 13 Physical activity
Adrian Bauman (University of New South Wales)

Chapter 14 Promoting healthy eating
Yvonne Robinson (Department of Human Services, Victoria) and Sue Booth (Health Promotion South Australia)

Chapter 15 Harm reduction programs
Paul Deany and Nick Crofts (both Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health)

Chapter 16 Minimising harm from alcohol
Bill Stronach and Geoffrey Munro (both Australian Drug Foundation)

Chapter 17 Sexual health
Anne Mitchell (La Trobe University)

Chapter 18 Injury Prevention
Jane Elkington (Jane Elkington & Associates)

Chapter 19 Road safety
Alana Hulme (Connectus)

Chapter 20 Promoting mental health and wellbeing
Lyn Walker (Victorian Health Promotion Foundation), Rob Moodie (Victorian Health Promotion Foundation), and Helen Herrman (St Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne)

PART 3 SETTINGS AND SECTORS

Chapter 21 Promoting health in early childhood settings
Jacqueline Hayden and John J Macdonald (both University of Western Sydney)

Chapter 22 Promoting health in sport and active recreation settings
Addy Carroll, Shirley Frizzell, Jo Clarkson, and Bill Ongley (all Healthway)

Chapter 23 Community arts for health
Marion Crooke (formerly, Footscray Community Arts Centre)

Chapter 24 Integrating health promotion and health protection in the workplace
Anthony D. LaMontagne (University of Melbourne)

Chapter 25 Facilitating health promotion within school communities
Sara Glover and Helen Butler (both Centre for Adolescent Health)

PART 4: PROMOTING HEALTH IN SPECIAL POPULATIONS

Chapter 26 Health promotion: a framework for Indigenous health improvement in Australia
Shane Hearn and Marilyn Wise (both University of Sydney)

Chapter 27 Refugee populations
Mike Toole (Burnet Institute for Medical Research and Public Health)

Chapter 28 Promoting women's health
Pascale Allotey and Lenore Manderson (both University of Melbourne)

Chapter 29 Promoting men's health
John J. Macdonald, with David Crawford (both University of Western Sydney); and Lisa Gibbs (Centre for Community Child Health, Melbourne) and John Ollife (University of British Columbia)

Chapter 30 The health of young people
Tamar Renaud and Mark Connolly (both UNICEF)

Chapter 31 Maximising health and wellbeing in older people
Colette Browning (LaTrobe University) and Hal Kendig (University of Sydney)

PART 5 REDUCING SOCIOECONOMIC INEQUALITIES

Chapter 32 Socioeconomic determinants of health: from evidence to policy
Gavin Turrell (Queensland University of Technology) and Anne Kavanagh (La Trobe University)

Profile 4 Leading the Way

Index

 

 

 

 

 

 
     
 
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