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Alliances in Health Promotion

Theory and Practice

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 242
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Paperback - 9780333677698

18 June 1998

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Ebook - 9781349142972

11 November 1998

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A concise and accessible account of the theoretical issues relating to intersectoral collaboration, and the diversity of health promotion partnerships that have been established. The book contains contributions from a...

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A concise and accessible account of the theoretical issues relating to intersectoral collaboration, and the diversity of health promotion partnerships that have been established. The book contains contributions from a distinguished group of academics, researchers and professional practitioners, from a wide range of settings - the health service, universities, specialist health promotion agencies, local authorities, voluntary organisations and education. The book will appeal to a broad variety of readers, including students of health promotion and practitioners confronting the realities of collaborative working.

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Brings together two particularly topical themes: the promotion of health and interprofessional collaboration

Combines theoretical perspectives with a more practical focus

SECTION 1: CURRENT ISSUES AND FUTURE TRENDS
A Framework for Healthy Alliances; R.Douglas
Exploration of Conflict Theory as it Relates to Healthy Alliances; S.Markwell
Healthy Alliances Depend on Healthy Processes; K.MiIlburn & l.MacHardy
The Influence of Government Policy on Health; A.Scriven
The Ethics of Getting On with Others; A.Wall
Developing a Strategic Alliance Using a Soft Systems Approach; M.Elliot & D.Jackson
An Evaluation Tool for the Self-assessment of Healthy Alliances; R.Funnell & K.Oldfield
The Commissioning of Healthy Alliances; M.Rae
Future Developments of Healthy Alliances; V.Speller
SECTION 2: DISSEMINATION OF PRACTICE
Shared Responsibilities: Black Community Groups, Black HIV Specialists and the Statutory Sector Working Together in HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care; D.Patel
Ageing Well: Healthy Alliances to Promote the Health of Older People; L.Ashton
Glasgow: A Smoke-free City by the Year 2000?; D.McIntyre
Working Together to Reduce Suicide in the Farming Community in North Yorkshire; A.Hatfield
Child Accident Prevention through Healthy Alliances; M.Sims
Alliance in Secondary Care; Health Promoting Hospitals; N.Kickham & A.Rushmere
Arts in Health Promotion; a Comparative Overview of Two Health Arts Alliances; H.Chambers
Communities for Better Health: a Healthy Alliance between National and Local Agencies; H.Howson, J.Griffiths & A.Davies
Healthy Cities: a Preliminary Analysis; V.Walker
Sea, Sand and Safer Sex: an Alliance for HIV/AIDS Prevention; M.Inman
Working in Alliances: an Inside Story; L.Ewles.

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Angela Scriven BA, MEd, CertEd, is Head of the School of Health and Course Director for the MSc in Health Promotion at Bath College of Higher Education. Her research interests have focused on the impact of government policy on the promotion of health. Recent research has included the auditing of inter-agency health promotion partnerships. She has published widely and is the co-editor of 'Health Promotion: Professional Perspectives'.

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Angela Scriven BA, MEd, CertEd, is Head of the School of Health and Course Director for the MSc in Health Promotion at Bath College of Higher Education. Her research interests have focused on the impact of government policy on the promotion of health. Recent research has included the auditing of inter-agency health promotion partnerships. She has published widely and is the co-editor of 'Health Promotion: Professional Perspectives'.

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