Planning & Strategies
- Jackie Green
- Ruth Cross - Leeds Beckett University, UK
- James Woodall
- Keith Tones
New to the 4th Edition:
- A chapter on “Evidence-Based Health Promotion” addressing the development of an evidence base for health promotion.
- Expanded coverage of health inequalities, equity and social exclusion
- Further discussion of mental health promotion and well-being
- Key concepts are now highlighted and explained throughout the book
- 'Critical reflection’ boxes have been added to help the reader think critically about an issue or approach.
The book is supported by online resources with up to 20 original case studies from around the world, access to full SAGE journal articles, and seminar questions for lecturers.
- A collection of original case studies from around the world
- Further reading to help with assignments and exams
- Seminar Questions
proved popular with students who have accessed the book and proved to really useful for their module assignment. Likely to be useful for health and social care and public health students. The chapters are well chosen and offer a substantial and accessible range of knowledge and concepts plus useful ideas on their application. A good book.
Excellent book, every public health student should have this book. The vast range of knowledge and experience from the authors is clearly demonstrated within all chapters. The authors Green et al., simplistic style of writing aids towards the enjoyment of learning.