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FREEMay 04, 2021 · Research off-campus without worrying about access issues. ... Harnessing Social Media for Health Promotion and Behavior Change. Holly Korda, Zena Itani . Jan 2013 - Vol 14 , Issue 1 ... If you would like to submit a proposal for a special supplement in Health Promotion Practice, ... ... See Details

Health promotion practice Journal Impact IF 2020-2021

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Health Promotion Practice | SAGE Publications Inc

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FREEHealth Promotion Practice (HPP) publishes authoritative articles devoted to the practical application of health promotion and education.It publishes information of strategic importance to a broad base of professionals engaged in the practice of developing, implementing, and evaluating health promotion and disease prevention programs. ... See Details

HealtH Promotion in nursing Practice

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FREEConsiderations for Practice in Health Behavior Change 57 Opportunities for Research with Health Behavior Theories and Models 57 Summary58 • Learning Activities58 • References 58 Chapter 3 Community Models to Promote Health 63 The Concept of Community 64 Community Interventions and Health Promotion 65 ... See Details

Nurses' roles in health promotion practice: an integrative

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FREEAug 10, 2012 · General health promoters. Health promotion by nurses is associated with common universal principles of nursing. The most common health promotion intervention used by nurses is health education (Robinson and Hill, 1998; Whitehead, 2001, 2007, 2011; Runciman et al., 2006; Witt and Puntel de Almeida, 2008; Parker et al., 2009).General health promoters are expected to have knowledge of health ... ... See Details

American Journal of Health Promotion: SAGE Journals

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FREEApr 28, 2021 · About this journal. The American Journal of Health Promotion (AJHP) is a peer-reviewed journal advancing the science of health behavior change and the art of creating a culture of well-being. Established in 1986, AJHP provides a forum for the eclectic disciplines that improve workplace, school and community health. ... See Details

Manuscript Submission Guidelines: Health Promotion

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FREEManuscript Submission Guidelines for Health Promotion Practice. Access to society journal content varies across our titles. If you have access to a journal via a society or association membership, please browse to your society journal, select an article to view, and follow the instructions in this box. ... See Details

Health Behavior, Chronic Disease and Health Promotion - A

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FREEMay 15, 2017 · The Health Behavior, Chronic Disease, and Health Promotion section of the journal addresses the preventive efforts needed to reduce chronic disease, injury, morbidity, and mortality. It focuses on the behavioral and environmental determinants of health and on multilevel, environmental, geospatial, and contextual approaches to understand and ... ... See Details

Health Promotion - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

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FREENov 21, 2012 · Health promotion is the process of enabling people and communities to increase control over factors that influence their health, and thereby to improve their health (adapted from the Ottawa Charter of Health Promotion, 1986; Box 2.7).Health promotion is a guiding concept involving activities intended to enhance individual and community health and well-being (Box 2.8). ... See Details

Mindfulness in Schools: a Health Promotion Approach to

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FREEOct 16, 2018 · Between 10 and 20% of adolescents worldwide experience a mental health problem within a given 12-month period. Mental health problems impact on an adolescent’s potential to live a fulfilling and productive life and lead to challenges such as stigma, isolation and discrimination. To address this need, in recent years, there has been growing interest into broad-based school-integrated health ... ... See Details

Journal of Health Promotion and Behavior

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FREEJournal of Health Promotion and Behavior (JHPB) is an electronic, open-access, double-blind, and peer-reviewed journal in the areas of health promotion, health behavior, and health education. The journal began its publication on May 21, 2015, and it is published four times yearly. It seeks to understand factors at various layers associated with ... ... See Details

APPLICATION OF HEALTH PROMOTION MODEL FOR BETTER SELF …

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FREEConclusion: Diabetes self-care behavior is influenced by socioeconomic status, level of education, perception of the illness, and family support. Therefore, it is suggested for nurses to apply the health promotion model approach to increase self-care behavior of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. ... See Details

Standards of Practice for Health Promotion in Higher Education

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FREEStandards of Practice for Health Promotion in Higher Education / page 3 Standard 1: Alignment with the Missions of Higher Education Effective practice of health promotion in higher education requires professionals to facilitate processes that cultivate a healthy community so students can thrive and reach their fullest potential. ... See Details

How to Think about Health Promotion Ethics | Public Health

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FREEJun 07, 2012 · Health promotion ethics is moral deliberation about health promotion and its practice. Although academics and practitioners have been writing about ethics, and especially values, in health promotion for decades, health promotion ethics is now regaining attention within the broader literature on public health ethics. Health promotion is difficult to define, and this has implications for health ... ... See Details

Ethical Issues in Health Promotion and Communication

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FREEHealth promotion communication interventions invariably raise ethical issues because they aim to influence people’s views and lifestyles, and they are often initiated, funded, and influenced by government agencies or powerful public or private organizations. With the increasing use of commercial advertising tactics in health promotion communication interventions, ethical issues regarding ... ... See Details

The implementation of health promotion in primary and

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FREEFeb 17, 2017 · The impact of lifestyle on health is undeniable and effective healthy lifestyle promotion interventions do exist. However, this is not a fundamental part of routine primary care clinical practice. We describe factors that determine changes in performance of primary health care centers involved in piloting the health promotion innovation ‘Prescribe Vida Saludable’ (PVS) phase II. ... See Details

Health Promotion by Social Cognitive Means - Albert

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FREEApr 01, 2004 · This article examines health promotion and disease prevention from the perspective of social cognitive theory. This theory posits a multifaceted causal structure in which self-efficacy beliefs operate together with goals, outcome expectations, and perceived environmental impediments and facilitators in the regulation of human motivation, behavior, and well-being. ... See Details

Promoting Health for Adults | CDC

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FREECDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion works to improve health for adults by: Helping smokers quit and promoting smokefree public spaces. Increasing access to healthy foods and physical activity opportunities. Promoting lifestyle change and disease self-management programs. Promoting women’s reproductive ... ... See Details

Health Promotion Model: An Integrative Literature Review

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FREEBackground: The Health Promotion Model (HPM) indicates that each person is a biopsychosocial creature that is partially shaped by the environment, but also seeks to create an environment in which inherent and acquired human potential can be fully expressed. The HPM is proposed as a holistic predictive model of health-promoting behavior for use in research and practice. ... See Details

Models for individual oral health promotion and their

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FREEAug 24, 2009 · A study that applied a Child Advocacy Training Model of Prevention discovered similar challenges to integration of prevention into practice, including time limitations, varied motivation among practitioners and lack of available resources. 17 Results of a qualitative study on adolescents’ view of oral health education indicated that oral ... ... See Details

Why health promotion matters to the COVID-19 pandemic, and

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FREEApr 16, 2020 · As a discipline within public health and a field of professional practice, health promotion can contribute to addressing the CoV-2 virus threat at different levels (Brownson et al., 2010): at the downstream level focusing on individual behaviour change and disease management, at the midstream level through interventions affecting organizations ... ... See Details

About | Health Promotion International | Oxford Academic

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FREEAbout the Journal. Health Promotion International contains refereed original articles, reviews, and debate articles on major themes and innovations in the health promotion field. In line with the remits of the series of global conferences on health promotion the journal expressly invites contributions from sectors beyond health. These may include education, employment, government, the media ... ... See Details

Health promotion, health education, and the public’s

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FREEHealth promotion is a complex, ambiguous concept and set of practices. While many have linked it, primarily, to a revolution in health education, its roots go much deeper into the history of public health. It had its contemporary beginnings in the throes of the backlash against bureaucratic and professional dominance exemplified by the new social movements of the 1970s and 1980s. ... See Details

Health promotion self-care within Orem's general theory of

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FREEThe growing emphasis on health promotion by society and the increasing utilization of Orem's general theory of nursing to guide practice, education and research create a need to clarify health promotion activity within the model. The concept of health promotion self-care is developed after an analys … ... See Details

Implementing health promotion in schools: protocol for a

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FREEOct 20, 2012 · Background School-based interventions and campaigns are used to promote health and address a wide variety of public health problems. Schools are considered to be key sites for the implementation of health promotion programmes for their potential to reach the whole population in particular age-groups and instil healthy patterns of behavior early in life. However, evidence for the … ... See Details

Health Promotion: Health Promotion Practice | JAMA | JAMA

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FREEHealth Promotion Practice is a new professional journal providing practical information for those involved in public health and health promotion and education. It is an official publication of the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE). While its primary audience is practitioners, the journal aims also to provide information to those developing and administering public health policy and ... ... See Details

Health Education, Health Promotion, and Health: What Do

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FREEExplain why health promotion is a vital part of nursing practice. intrOductiOn Health promotion is a key component of nursing practice. As we will discuss, by pro-moting the health of individuals, families, communities, and populations, nurses help transform the health of individuals, our society, and our healthcare system. As one ... See Details

Health Promotion and Empowerment: Reflections on

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FREEJun 01, 1994 · Recent reformulations of health promotion focus on empowerment as both a means and an end in health promotion practice. Both concepts, however, are rarely examined for their assumptions about social change processes or the potential of community groups, professionals, and institutions to create healthier living situations. ... See Details

Health Promotion Program - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

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FREEG. Kok, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2001 4 Social and Behavioral Science Theories. A health promotion program is most likely to benefit participants and the community when it is guided by social and behavioral science theories of health behavior and health behavior change (Glanz et al. 1997).Theory-driven health promotion programs require an … ... See Details

American Journal of Health Promotion | SAGE Publications Inc

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FREEThe American Journal of Health Promotion (AJHP) is a peer-reviewed journal on the science of lifestyle change.Established in 1986, the AJHP was the first peer-reviewed publication devoted exclusively to health promotion. More than 30 years later it remains true to its original goals. Provide a Forum for the many diverse disciplines that contribute to health promotion ... See Details

International Journal of Health Promotion and Education

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FREEFeb 24, 2021 · International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, Volume 59, Issue 2 (2021) Editorial . editorial. Understanding COVID-19 through the lens of ‘syndemic vulnerability’: possibilities and challenges. Naoimh E. McMahon. Pages: 67-69. Published online: 24 Feb 2021. ... See Details

Art & Science of Health Promotion Institute | Michael P. O

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FREEArt and Science of Health Promotion Conference. The annual Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference was established in 1989 with the goal of narrowing the gap between research and practice by stimulating dialogue and engendering lasting relationships between practitioners and scientists and exposing them to thought leaders from corporate, clinical, educational, policy and entrepreneurial ... ... See Details

(PDF) Health Promotion: Opportunities and Challenges

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FREEThe Society for Public Health Education Board of Trustees and the Editorial Board of Health Promotion Practice are pleased to announce the launch of a new department, "Global Health Promotion." ... See Details

Guidelines for Prospective Authors - sagepub.com

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FREEMay 12, 2015 · Other applied practice topics. When considering the development and submission of manuscripts to Health Promotion Practice, the journal’s mission statement should be considered: The journal publishes authoritative articles devoted to the practical application of health promotion … ... See Details

Health Promotion & Behavior - College of Public Health UGA

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FREEThe Department of Health Promotion and Behavior educates future public health professionals in the social and behavioral aspects of public health and in the prevention of health-related problems and conditions. Faculty, students and staff in the department study the underlying factors influencing health in order to create multilevel interventions that positively impact that health and well ... ... See Details

A glossary for evidence based public health | Journal of

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FREEEVIDENCE BASED PUBLIC HEALTH. Evidence based public health can be defined as a public health endeavour in which there is an informed, explicit, and judicious use of evidence that has been derived from any of a variety of science and social science research and evaluation methods. 3 The definition highlights two aspects of evidence based public health:(1) the use of a particular type of ... ... See Details

Author Guidelines - American Journal of Health Behavior

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FREEOct 14, 2020 · The American Journal of Health Behavior is an online journal. Moreover, only electronic submissions are accepted. Use the “Submit and Track Manuscripts” link to submit manuscripts for review. If your university or organization deposits published manuscripts into a depository/repository then submit a Depository/Repository Agreement. Ethical Guidelines American Journal of Health Behavior ... ... See Details

Information for Health Promotion Practice Authors Prospective

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FREE• Other applied practice topics. When considering the development and submission of manuscripts to Health Promotion Practice, the journal’s mission statement should be considered: The journal publishes authoritative articles devoted to the practical application of health promotion and education. ... See Details

Health promotion from the perspective of social cognitive

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FREEDec 19, 2007 · This article examines health promotion and disease prevention from the perspective of social cognitive theory. The areas of overlap with some of the most widely applied psychosocial models of health are identified. The models of health promotion and disease prevention have undergone several generational changes. ... See Details

Social Cognitive Theory Applied to Health and Risk

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FREESocial cognitive theory (SCT) is an action-oriented approach to understanding the personal cognitive, environmental, and behavioral influences on behaviors and to developing theory-based interventions to improve the health status and inequities of societies. It has broad applications across a diverse array of health-enhancing and health-compromising behaviors and has been used successfully in ... ... See Details

(PDF) Application of Health Promotion Theories and Models

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FREEHealth promotion and health education theories and conceptual models can be very useful in guiding interventions that seek to elicit behavior changes (including recycling behavior) to minimize the ... ... See Details

Encouraging Health Behavior Change: Eight Evidence-Based

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FREEEffectively encouraging patients to change their health behavior is a critical skill for primary care physicians. Modifiable health behaviors contribute to an estimated 40 percent of deaths in the ... ... See Details

Evolving Role of Social Media in Health Promotion: Updated

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FREEThe use of social media in public health education has been increasing due to its ability to remove physical barriers that traditionally impede access to healthcare support and resources. As health promotion becomes more deeply rooted in Internet-based programming, health education specialists are tasked with becoming more competent in computer-mediated contexts that optimize both online … ... See Details

The “Best of 2018” List of Health Promotion Researchers – HERO

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FREEFeb 04, 2019 · To honor some of health promotion’s best scientists and especially to recognize those who bring outstanding humanity to their field of inquiry and bigheartedness to their writing, I am pleased to announce the American Journal of Health Promotion’s “Papers of the Year” from 2018. As I worked with our Associate Editors in Chief on this formidable task of rating our […] ... See Details

Health Promotion Research and Practice | Columbia Public

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FREEMar 24, 2020 · Well-designed health promotion programs are essential to the health of individuals and communities. Informed at the intersection of core public health knowledge, the individual trained in this area is uniquely positioned to be an agent for change in communities locally and globally.In order for health promotion and disease prevention programs and interventions to be effective, they should be ... ... See Details

Getting the Word Out: New Approaches for Disseminating

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FREEitical science), (2) current practices among researchers, (3) key audience characteristics, (4) available tools for dissemination, and (5) measures of impact. Dissemination efforts need to take into account the message, source, audience, and channel. Practitioners and policy makers can be more effectively reached via news media, social media, issue or policy briefs, one-on-one meetings, and ... ... See Details