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Health Promotion Settings: Principles and Practice

by Angela Scriven and Margaret Hodgins Sage Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
11/2011
ISBN:
9780857025463
Format:
Pbk 280 pages
Price:
AU$78.00 NZ$82.61
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Health Promotion Settings combines the theoretical discourse of the settings approach, covering a wide range of fundamental principles, concepts and policy issues, with real life examples of settings, including workplaces, schools, neighbourhood, cities and prisons. Frameworks and processes that are actively shaping health promotion in settings in the 21st Century are documented and the ideas and research covered will provide a vital set of indicators for those who promote health in settings. Combining theory with practical examples and case studies, the authors show how a settings approach can work in practice, drawing on a range of local, national and international initiatives and coordinated projects. Health Promotion Settings provides a rich source of ideas and case examples which highlight the challenges for promoting health in a range of contexts. Special attention is given to the workplace as both a priority area for health promotion and a key determinant of health. Written by a highly experienced team of health promotion and public health professionals, academics and researchers, this book is essential reading for both students and practitioners working towards the improvement of health using a settings approach. Online Resources are provided.

Foreword by Professor Michael Sparks, President of the IUHPE Health Promotion Settings: an overview - Angela Scriven PART ONE: HEALTH PROMOTION PRINCIPLES AND THE SETTINGS APPROACH Introduction to Part One: Principles and practice in a setting approach - Angela Scriven The Settings Approach: Looking Back, Looking Forward - Mark Dooris A whole systems approach to working in settings - Margaret Hodgins and John Griffiths Partnership, collaboration and participation: fundamental principles in a settings approach to health promotion - Angela Scrivens Planning and evaluating health promotion in settings - Jane South and James Woodall PART TWO: HEALTH PROMOTING SETTINGS Introduction to Part Two: Healthy Settings - Margaret Hodgins and Angela Scriven Healthy neighbourhoods and communities: policy and practice - Susan Biddle and Martin Seymour Healthy Cities: comprehensive solutions to urban health improvement? - Sally Fawkes, Colin Fudge, Katrin Engelhardt The Healthy Hospital: A contradiction in terms? - Trevor Hancock How effective are schools as a setting for health promotion? - Colin Noble and Maralyn Toft The Healthy Universities approach: adding value to Higher Education Sector - Mark Dooris, Sharon Doherty, Jennie Cawood and Sue Powell Health Promoting Prisons: dilemmas and challenges - James Woodall and Jane South PART THREE: THE WORKPLACE SETTING Introduction to Part Three: Workplaces as a setting for health promotion - Margaret Hodgins Healthy Workplaces: employee health and economic expediency? - Paul Fleming Volkswagen: a comprehensive approach to health promotion in the workplace - Uwe Brandenburg Royal Mail, UK: A culture that supports health and wellbeing - Steven Boorman Workplace Health Promotion in SMEs: An example of good practice - Margaret Hodgins, John Griffiths and Rob Whiting

'This text provides a comprehensive overview of current thinking on the theory and practice of a settings approach to health promotion. This book will be a valuable resource for practitioners and students of health promotion and public health' - Margaret Barry, Professor of Health Promotion and Public Health, National University of Ireland Galway
Angela Scriven Brunel University , UK
Margaret Hodgins National University of Ireland