Measuring Health and Wellbeing
- John Harvey - Tiger Health Limited
- Vicki Taylor - The Roundhouse Consultancy Ltd
Public Health Research
This is an excellent book for health practitioners preparing UKPHR portfolios. Each chapter is mapped against the skills and career framework, and practitioner standards. The activities, case studies and comments set the framework and standards within a practical context. For those practitioners not preparing portfolios this is a useful book taking students from the meaning of health and wellbeing to the importance of epidemiological evidence to support health improvement initiatives.
Easy to read, covers key points for students
Not sufficiently relevant to the politics of health unit at level 6 for adult nurse. However, first chapter Basic concepts provided clear update.
well laid out book, using common questions as headings: easy to navigate.
Particularly like the progressive nature of the book... starting with definitions of health and wellbeing, defining evidence and progressing to in depth discussions and case studies based on various research methods
useful and thought provoking for students looking to develop skills in understanding and assessing how people with dementia can live well
This is a useful book that helps to align theory to practice with useful examples.
An excellent book for public health students which gives information in an accessable style.
A good book to encourage students from an undergraduate level to consider the need to evidence the outcome of interventions.
A great book for various level of learner . Written in an informative and clear manner. Excellent for research projects
Very useful book for all MSc public health students and healthcare practitioners