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This article describes a model and design for evaluating a comprehensive community health promotion initiative. The theoretically based model was designed by the authors to evaluate a countywide initiative based on developmental assets, a framework for healthy youth development promoted by the...
In response to repeated questions from older adults in the community about health resources, a health promotion directory was created. To enhance the development and distribution of the directory, the authors reviewed the literature and received input from unpaid consultants—both health...
Dramatic changes in the U.S. health care system have emphasized the need to promote good health. To achieve this, different types of health care professionals have now started working together. These teams often include participants, such as doctors, pharmacists, and nurses. However, there are...
Most hospitals have expanded their services in recent years to become involved with health promotion programs and activities. A hospital might offer health promotion services to promote health and to raise the health status of its community. However, it might provide health promotion for other...
Healthy People 2000 (HP 2000) calls on hospitals to offer health promotion programs addressing priority health needs of the community. Historically, this upstream initiative has not been present in health care. With the increasing provision of these programs, this case study examined their...
Some policies state that program evaluation falls within the domain of administrative research that does not require review by an ethics review board. We propose that some health promotion program evaluations include at least one element of research and can be distinguished from quality...
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