Evaluation in health promotion : principles and perspectives / edited by Irving Rootman [and others].

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Rootman, I.
Format: Electronic
Language:English
Published: Copenhagen : World Health Organization, Europe, 2001.
Series:WHO regional publications. European series ; no. 92.
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Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgements; Abbreviations; Foreword; WHO European Working Group on Health Promotion Evaluation; Contributors; Contents; Part 1 Introduction and framework; Introduction to the book; 1 A framework for health promotion evaluation; Part 2 Perspectives; Introduction; 2 Beyond process and outcome evaluation: a comprehensive approach for evaluating health promotion programmes; 3 What counts as evidence: issues and debates; 4 Participatory approaches to evaluation in health promotion; 5 Transformative alliance between qualitative and quantitative approaches in health promotion research.
  • 6 Evaluation of quality- of- life initiatives in health promotion7 Economic evaluation of health promotion; 8 Health promotion: towards a quality assurance framework; 9 Investigating policy networks for health: theory and method in a larger organizational perspective; Part 3 Settings; Introduction; 10 Evaluating community health promotion programmes; 11 Evaluating community initiatives for health and development; 12 Evaluating health promotion in schools: reflections; 13 Evaluating health promotion programmes in the workplace; 14 Evaluation in urban settings: the challenge of Healthy Cities.
  • Part 4 Policies and systemsIntroduction; 15 Evaluating healthy public policies in community and regional contexts; 16 Evaluation of health promotion policies: tracking a moving target; 17 Evaluation of countrywide health promotion policies: the Canadian experience; 18 Health impact assessment as a tool for health promotion and population health; 19 Social capital: evaluation implications for community health promotion; 20 Case study: the Canadian Heart Health Initiative; 21 Issues in evaluating mass- media health communication campaigns.
  • 22 Investment for health: developing a multifaceted appraisal approachPart 5 Synthesis and conclusion; 23 Evaluation in health promotion: synthesis and recommendations.