By Goodman-Brown, Jane; Gottwald, Mary
This new textual content is aimed toward allied healthiness execs, nurses and scholars, supporting them to make the hyperlinks among future health merchandising concept and practice.
summary: This new textual content is aimed toward allied healthiness pros, nurses and scholars, aiding them to make the hyperlinks among wellbeing and fitness promoting conception and perform
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A programme like this might take place in a hospital clinic. Another example could include an exercise programme for someone with hypertension. e. blood pressure, within an acceptable range. Stop and think The levels of health promotion from a practitioner’s perspective are important in helping define what the aim or objective of an intervention might be. The level can also be used to help determine an appropriate setting as indicated in the examples above. 117] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC.
Living in poor housing where amenities are limited can cause depression and stress as can unemployment, and so smoking can relieve this stress and reduce anxiety momentarily. Poor environmental conditions such as pollution can also cause stress and anxiety so individuals may choose to smoke to relieve these emotional feelings. General socio-economic, cultural and environmental conditions might influence the decision to smoke, such as the cost and accessibility of cigarettes. Activity • Reflect on some of the individuals you work with and think of a different example to smoking.
WHO 2009: 1) Common themes There are a number of common themes from these conferences. Each conference identifies the importance of health promotion work and that the focus of health promotion should be on equity, enablement, empowerment and community action. Each also identifies that Key point policy should avoid harming the health of the indi- Policy underpins all health promotion work vidual; protect the environment; restrict the production of, and trade in, potentially harmful goods such as tobacco; safeguard both the citizen in the marketplace and the individual in the workplace; and include equity-focused health impact assessments as an integral part of policy development (Jakarta Declaration, cited in Green and Tones 2010).
A Guide To Practical Health Promotion by Goodman-Brown, Jane; Gottwald, Mary