678 results match your criteria Global Health Promotion [Journal]


A commentary on land, health, and Indigenous knowledge(s).

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):82-86

National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada.

This commentary explores the relationships between land, knowledge, and health for Indigenous peoples. Indigenous knowledge is fundamentally relational, linked to the land, language and the intergenerational transmission of songs, ceremonies, protocols, and ways of life. Colonialism violently disrupted relational ways, criminalizing cultural practices, restricting freedom of movement, forcing relocation, removing children from families, dismantling relational worldviews, and marginalizing Indigenous lives. Read More

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April 2019
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Integrating Native Hawaiian tradition with the modern technology of aquaponics.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):87-92

7 School of Social Work and Indigenous Wellness Research Institute, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA.

Prior to western arrival in 1778, Native Hawaiians possessed a sophisticated culture and resource management system conducive to an island ecosystem. However, disenfranchisement from ancestral lands and traditional food sources as a result of colonization led to Native Hawaiians being forced to abandon many of their traditional practices. Today, many Native Hawaiians experience food insecurity, placing them at further risk for obesity and other nutrition-related chronic diseases. Read More

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Promoting global health and well-being of Indigenous youth through the connection of land and culture-based activism.

Authors:
Bonnie M Freeman

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):17-25

School of Social Work, McMaster University, West Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

This research explores and supports the importance of Indigenous cultural knowledge and practices as guiding factors in understanding the agency and actions of Indigenous youth in seeking justice while journeying across the land. The article examines the work of Indigenous scholars and the significance of Indigenous knowledge in connecting to the land and natural environment, thus contributing to 'being alive well'. An example from Indigenous youth-focused research is highlighted to hear from the youth about the importance of being on ancestral land, journeying with peers and more importantly (re)gaining a sense of well-being and health through culture-based activism. Read More

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Voces indígenas y sistemas de conocimiento: promover la salud del planeta, la equidad en salud y el desarrollo sostenible ahora y para las generaciones futuras.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):102-105

4 Escuela de Nutrición Humana, Universidad de McGill, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, Canadá.

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Co-developing Indigenous seasonal calendars to support 'healthy Country, healthy people' outcomes.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):26-34

2 Ngan'gi Elder, Nauiyu Nambiyu, Daly River, Northern Territory, Australia.

In caring for Country, Indigenous Australians draw on laws, knowledge and customs that have been inherited from ancestors and ancestral beings, to ensure the continued health of lands and seas with which they have a traditional attachment or relationship. This is a reciprocal relationship, whereby land is understood to become wild/sick if not managed by its people, and in turn individuals and communities suffer without a maintained connection to Country. It is well understood by Indigenous people that if you 'look after country, country will look after you'. Read More

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Indigenous voices and knowledge systems - promoting planetary health, health equity, and sustainable development now and for future generations.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):3-5

4 School of Human Nutrition, McGill University, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, Quebec, Canada.

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Examining Indigenous food sovereignty as a conceptual framework for health in two urban communities in Northern Ontario, Canada.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):54-63

1 Department of Indigenous Learning, Lakehead University, Ontario, Canada.

While land is a nexus for culture, identity, governance, and health, as a concept land is rarely addressed in conversations and policy decisions about Indigenous health and well-being. Indigenous food sovereignty, a concept which embodies Indigenous peoples' ability to control their food systems, including markets, production modes, cultures and environments, has received little attention as a framework to approach Indigenous health especially for Indigenous people living in urban spaces. Instead, discussions about Indigenous food sovereignty have largely focused on global and remote and rural communities. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1757975919831639DOI Listing
April 2019
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Noho Taiao: reclaiming Māori science with young people.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):35-43

1 SHORE and Whāriki Reseach Group, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand.

Connections and belonging to ancestral lands are strongly and consistently argued as fundamental to Māori education, health and wellbeing. When our connections with and access to health-promoting places of belonging are damaged, we lose more than component parts of wellbeing. An entire cultural infrastructure integral to identity, community, spirituality, sustainability and even material sustenance is eroded, compromising health, wellbeing and vitality. Read More

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April 2019
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Akiikaa (it is the land): exploring land-based experiences with university students in Ontario.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):64-72

Waakebiness-Bryce Institute for Indigenous Health, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Indigenous learning traditionally comes from the land. Akiikaa ('it is the land' in Algonkian) is designed to assist graduate students in thinking beyond the classroom and understanding the elements of life as known by Indigenous people to live a healthy life. Akiikaa will provide graduate students (both Indigenous and non-Indigenous) with opportunities to learn about Indigenous ways of knowing. Read More

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April 2019
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First Nation paths to well-being: lessons from the Poverty Action Research Project.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):6-16

12 Department of Native Studies, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

This paper describes a poverty reduction approach to addressing an important determinant of health and well-being among Canada's First Nations. The Poverty Action Research Project (PARP) has its origins in the Make Poverty History Committee established by the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) in 2008. Academic members of the Committee in cooperation with the AFN subsequently applied for an action research grant to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR). Read More

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The role of Māori community gardens in health promotion: a land-based community development response by Tangata Whenua, people of their land.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):44-53

1 Te Pou Tiringa Incorporated, New Plymouth, New Zealand.

For Māori in Aotearoa New Zealand, land is not only an economic foundation but an anchor for tribal identity and a spiritual base. The forced alienation of Māori land since the 1800s, due to colonisation, has distanced communities from a direct relationship with their lands. There is little published research on Māori community gardens (māra) and their potential to reconnect Māori with ancestral lands. Read More

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Climate change and Indigenous Health Promotion.

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Rhys Jones

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr;26(3_suppl):73-81

Te Kupenga Hauora Māori (TKHM), University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

Climate change poses a serious threat to the health and well-being of Indigenous peoples around the world. Despite living in diverse contexts, Indigenous peoples face a number of common challenges. Disproportionate threats from climate change exist due to a range of factors including unique relationships with the natural environment, socioeconomic deprivation, a greater existing burden of disease, poorer access to and quality of health care, and political marginalization. Read More

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¡Activate Ya! Co-learning about school-based tobacco prevention and physical activity promotion in secondary school students in Uruguay.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr 3:1757975918813049. Epub 2019 Apr 3.

2 Centro de Investigación para la Epidemia del Tabaquismo (CIET), Montevideo, Uruguay.

Purpose:: ¡Activate Ya! was a group-randomized controlled intervention trial aimed at developing and evaluating the impact of a school-based intervention on preventing cigarette smoking and promoting physical activity (PA) in secondary school students in Uruguay. Secondary aims were to evaluate the program's impact on students' smoking- and PA-related psychosocial risk and protective factors.

Methods:: Sixteen schools and n = 654 students participated in the study. Read More

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April 2019
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Building the capacity - examining the impact of evidence-based public health trainings in Europe: a mixed methods approach.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr 3:1757975918811102. Epub 2019 Apr 3.

1 Prevention Research Center in St Louis, Brown School, Washington University in St Louis, St Louis, MO, USA.

Objective:: Since 2002, a course entitled 'Evidence-Based Public Health (EBPH): A Course in Noncommunicable Disease (NCD) Prevention' has been taught annually in Europe as a collaboration between the Prevention Research Center in St Louis and other international organizations. The core purpose of this training is to strengthen the capacity of public health professionals, in order to apply and adapt evidence-based programmes in NCD prevention. The purpose of the present study is to assess the effectiveness of this EBPH course, in order to inform and improve future EBPH trainings. Read More

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'When you are a data collector you must expect anything'. Barriers, boundaries and breakthroughs: insights from the South African data-collection experience.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr 3:1757975918811093. Epub 2019 Apr 3.

2 Department of Psychology, Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

The impact of the research process on the researcher is an emerging topic of interest. Data collection in most low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) is often the responsibility of community members who are identified and trained specifically for data collection. When research involves data on mental health and social well-being, data collectors may have specific competency needs and the task of data gathering may impact data collectors. Read More

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Using laws to further public health causes: the Healthy Prisons Agenda.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr 3:1757975918811098. Epub 2019 Apr 3.

1 Centre for Public Health & Wellbeing, University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), Bristol, UK.

In this commentary, we propose using laws in implementing the Healthy Prisons Agenda. We evaluate the efficacy of laws in tackling health inequalities in prisons, provide recommendations on how states can uphold their international commitments that safeguard prisoners' right to healthcare, and frame prisons as health-promoting settings. We also assess the challenges that can thwart this proposal, such as the non-binding nature of international obligations, global prison overcrowding and the dependency on prison governors and staff for implementation of the Agenda. Read More

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April 2019
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Integrative settings approach to workplace health promotion to address contemporary challenges for worker health in the Asia-Pacific.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr 3:1757975918816691. Epub 2019 Apr 3.

1. Centre for Environment and Population Health, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.

Workplaces in the rapidly industrializing Asia-Pacific region face growing pressures from high-speed development driven by global competition, migration and the aging of the workforce. Apart from addressing work-related injuries, workplaces in the region also have to deal with increasing occupational stress, chronic diseases and their associated socio-economic burden. Meanwhile, interventions in workplace health are still dominated by a narrow behavioral change model. Read More

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April 2019
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Development of a national conceptual framework and measuring tool for Organisational Social Responsibility and Accountability for Health (OSRAH).

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr 3:1757975918789346. Epub 2019 Apr 3.

2 Occupational Health Research Center, Iran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.

Organisations can have a significant impact (positive or negative) on society through their actions and decisions. Given this reality, it is important that they are held responsible and accountable for the consequences of their actions. This concept is often referred to as 'social responsibility'. Read More

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What are the roles of community health workers? Looking back at the philosophies of primary health care.

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Marietou Niang

Glob Health Promot 2019 Apr 3:1757975918811087. Epub 2019 Apr 3.

Faculty of Nursing, Université Laval, Québec, QC, Canada.

This commentary discusses the different roles of community health workers (CHWs), their challenges and limitations in a historical perspective of primary health care (PHC). We first try to show that the comprehensive philosophy of PHC promulgated in Alma-Ata proposed the role of CHWs as actors who work in community development. On the other hand, in the 1980s, with the emergence of the selective philosophy of PHC, CHWs' role was more affiliated with the health system. Read More

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April 2019
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Reaching marginalized young women for HIV prevention in Botswana: a pilot social network analysis.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Mar 14:1757975918820803. Epub 2019 Mar 14.

1 Department of Family Medicine, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Almost one-fifth of Botswana's population is infected with HIV. The Inter-Ministerial National Structural Intervention Trial is a trial to test the impact on HIV rates of a structural intervention that refocuses government structural support programs in favor of young women. Ensuring that the intervention reaches all vulnerable young women in any given community is a challenge. Read More

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Impact of the Nutrition-Friendly School Initiative: analysis of anthropometric and biochemical data among school-aged children in Ouagadougou.

Glob Health Promot 2019 Jan 16:1757975918789350. Epub 2019 Jan 16.

2 University of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

The Nutrition-Friendly School Initiative was developed in 2006 to counter the double burden of malnutrition and implemented on a pilot basis in primary schools in Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) in 2009. A baseline study was conducted in intervention and control schools and repeated in 2014 to assess the impact. This paper reports on anthropometric and biochemical data in the final and baseline surveys. Read More

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January 2019
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A stakeholder analysis of community-led collaboration to reduce health inequity in a deprived neighbourhood in South Korea.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Dec 14:1757975918791517. Epub 2018 Dec 14.

3 BK21PLUS Program in Embodiment: Health-Society Interaction, Department of Public Health Sciences, Graduate School, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea.

Intersectoral collaboration amongst health and other sectors, as well as between government and non-governmental organisations, has been highlighted as a way to improve health equity. We used a mixed-methods approach to assess collaborative relationships between multiple government sectors and civil society and to suggest possible health promotion interventions and policy alternatives for the urban poor in deprived neighborhoods. A total of 18 participants involved in health promotion interventions and policy processes related to the inner-city area of Seoul were recruited using purposive sampling methods. Read More

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December 2018
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Glob Health Promot 2018 12;25(4):104-108

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December 2018
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Glob Health Promot 2018 12;25(4):96-100

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December 2018
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Health literacy and social change: exploring networks and interests groups shaping the rising global health literacy movement.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Nov 16:1757975918798366. Epub 2018 Nov 16.

2 Vienna University, Vienna, Austria.

Limited health literacy is a neglected public health challenge in many countries. To bridge the gap, various interest groups, coalitions and networks have increasingly been formed. This study aimed to scope the formation of health literacy groups, coalitions and networks to map their existence and to discuss whether an actual global health literacy movement is under development. Read More

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November 2018
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Health literacy as a determinant, mediator and/or moderator of health: empirical models using the European Health Literacy Survey dataset.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Nov 14:1757975918788300. Epub 2018 Nov 14.

1 Austrian Public Health Institute, Vienna, Austria.

Background/research Question:: In the health literacy (HL) discourse there is debate about the ways by which HL is impacting health. Three different, logically non-exclusive hypotheses are proposed: (a) HL as a specific, direct, social determinant of health; (b) HL as a mediator between other determinants and health; and (c) HL as a moderator of the effect of other determinants on health. Only few examples of empirically testing the mediator or moderator hypothesis exist. Read More

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November 2018
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Challenges and opportunities in building critical health literacy.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Nov 14:1757975918789352. Epub 2018 Nov 14.

London South Bank University, London, UK.

Background:: Critical health literacy is the least explored domain of health literacy and is addressed by few projects seeking to build health literacy. Lack of research means there is little evidence upon which to design effective interventions. Yet critical health literacy offers potential for individuals and communities to make important contributions to their own and society's health. Read More

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November 2018
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Healthy Universities. The development and implementation of a holistic health promotion intervention programme especially adapted for staff working in the higher educational sector: the ARK study.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Oct 17:1757975918786877. Epub 2018 Oct 17.

2 Department of Psychology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway.

Underpinned by the Healthy Universities settings concept, this paper presents a holistic intervention approach, called ARK, to improve the health and well-being of academic staff. ARK (a Norwegian acronym for work environment and climate study) has been conducted in 18 universities and university colleges in Norway. The survey has collected information on employees' perceptions of the psychosocial work environment, well-being, and health from over 15,000 respondents. Read More

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October 2018
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Développement des Zones de Santé d'Apprentissage et de Recherche en République Démocratique du Congo : enseignements utiles d'une évaluation qualitative des expériences antérieures en Afrique Subsaharienne.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Oct 15:1757975918784537. Epub 2018 Oct 15.

4 Institut de Médecine Tropicale Prince Leopold, Santé Publique, Anvers, Flandre, Belgique.

Trois Zones d'Apprentissage et de Recherche (ZAR) sont développées par le programme RIPSEC en République Démocratique duCongo (RDC). Cette stratégie consiste à utiliser un district sanitaire comme substrat pour former des managers des districts de santé et mener des recherches sur les systèmes de santé. L'objet de cet article est d'explorer les principes, les effets et les conditions de succès de cette stratégie à travers une évaluation qualitative des expériences ZAR antérieures en Afrique Subsaharienne. Read More

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October 2018
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Community readiness assessment for disseminating evidence-based physical activity programs to older adults in Changsha, China: a case for Enhance®Fitness.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Oct 15:1757975918785144. Epub 2018 Oct 15.

2 University of Washington School of Nursing, Seattle, Washington, USA.

Physical activity (PA) has declined in China due to urbanization in the past two decades. Evidence-based programs are good approaches to promote PA, but are limited in China. Adopting existing programs can be a viable option. Read More

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October 2018
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Comparative impact of fear appeals and induced hypocrisy advertising in encouraging intent to quit smoking: Applying self-construal theory to consumers' attitudes.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Oct 15:1757975918783425. Epub 2018 Oct 15.

2 Ewha Womans University, Seoul, South Korea.

This study examined the effect of induced hypocrisy as a new anti-smoking advertisement approach on smokers' attitudes toward advertisements and their attitudes and intentions toward smoking cessation. It also comparatively analysed the effects of this tactic against those of the fear appeals that have traditionally been used in anti-smoking campaigns. The findings showed highly positive effects from induced hypocrisy on smoker attitudes and intentions toward cessation. Read More

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October 2018
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A role for traditional doctors in health promotion: experience from a trial of HIV prevention in Botswana.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Oct 4:1757975918785563. Epub 2018 Oct 4.

1 CIET Trust Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana.

Traditional doctors have been largely ignored in HIV prevention, particularly primary prevention. As part of a structural intervention programme to reduce HIV risk among young women in Botswana, we trained 147 traditional doctors in four districts as well as government health education assistants (HEAs) and teachers to run discussion groups in the community and schools, using an evidence-based eight-episode audio-drama, covering gender roles, gender violence, and how these are related to HIV risk. One year later, we contacted 43 of the 87 trained traditional doctors in two districts. Read More

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October 2018
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Glob Health Promot 2018 Sep;25(3):111-116

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September 2018
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Développement et implantation d'une intervention ciblée encourageant le dépistage régulier du VIH chez les travailleuses du sexe au Bénin : application du protocole d' intervention mapping.

Glob Health Promot 2018 09 7;25(3):81-92. Epub 2016 Oct 7.

1 Centre de recherche du Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (CHU) de Québec-Université Laval, Québec, Canada.

Cet article présente le processus suivi pour développer et implanter une intervention ciblée encourageant les femmes travailleuses du sexe (TS) à se faire dépister régulièrement pour le virus de l'immunodéficience humaine (VIH) dans les services de santé adaptés au Bénin. Le modèle de planification d' intervention mapping (IM) de Bartholomew et al. (2006), structuré en six étapes, a servi de référence pour guider le développement et l'implantation de l'intervention. Read More

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September 2018
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Health promotion and knowledge translation: two roads to the same destination?

Glob Health Promot 2018 09 19;25(3):65-69. Epub 2016 Oct 19.

1. Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Health Promotion (HP), a continuously evolving field, is riddled with complexities as experts and community members develop new approaches to researching social behaviours, addressing health concerns and advocating for the values of equity, empowerment and healthy public policy. Similarly complex is the field of knowledge translation (KT), putting research into action for the purpose of changing behaviours, policy and practice. Similar values, methods and techniques govern these two practices. Read More

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September 2018
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Beating non-communicable diseases equitably - let's get serious.

Glob Health Promot 2018 09;25(3):3-5

1 International Union for Health Promotion and Education(IUHPE) Montreal, Canada.

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September 2018
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Battre les maladies non transmissibles de manière équitable - soyons sérieux.

Glob Health Promot 2018 09;25(3):78-80

1 Union Internationale de Promotion de la Santé et d'Éducation pour la Santé (UIPES), Montréal, Canada.

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September 2018
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Vencer a las enfermedades no transmisibles con equidad: seamos serios.

Glob Health Promot 2018 09;25(3):98-101

1 Unión Internacional de Promoción de la Salud y de Educación para la Salud (UIPES), Montreal, Canadá.

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September 2018
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Glob Health Promot 2018 09;25(3):93-97

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September 2018
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An Internet for Some threatens health for All: What effects could the repeal of net neutrality in the USA have on individual and population health?

Glob Health Promot 2018 Aug 30:1757975918785354. Epub 2018 Aug 30.

School of Nursing and Health Studies. University of Washington Bothell, Bothell, Washington, USA.

In the United States of America, the Federal Communications Commission's repeal of the popular Open Internet Order (a.k.a 'net neutrality') has yielded pointed criticism from many different sectors, but it has yet to be examined for its potential effect on the public's health. Read More

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August 2018
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Development and testing of a framework for analysing health literacy in public policy documents.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Jul 10:1757975918769616. Epub 2018 Jul 10.

1 Deakin University, Burwood, Victoria, Australia.

Health literacy is a driver of community empowerment and a key determinant of health and equity. The World Health Organisation has established a strong global mandate for addressing health literacy through public policy action, by positioning it as one of three key pillars for achieving sustainable development and health equity in the Shanghai Declaration on Health Promotion. Policy document analysis is a useful way of determining the strengths and limitations of past and current policies, as well as the likely success of their implementation and impact on health outcomes. Read More

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July 2018
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Glob Health Promot 2018 Jun;25(2):122-126

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June 2018
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Glob Health Promot 2018 Jun;25(2):114-118

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June 2018
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La promoción de la salud ¿es competente desde el punto de vista cultural para trabajar con migrantes?

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Glenn Laverack

Glob Health Promot 2018 Jun;25(2):119-121

1 Profesor visitante, Institute of Public Health, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, UAE.

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June 2018
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Is health promotion culturally competent to work with migrants?

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Glenn Laverack

Glob Health Promot 2018 Jun;25(2):3-5

Visiting Professor, Institute of Public Health, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, UAE.

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June 2018
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La promotion de la santé est-elle culturellement compétente pour travailler avec les migrants ?

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Glenn Laverack

Glob Health Promot 2018 Jun;25(2):96-98

Professeur invité, Institut de Santé Publique du Collège de Médecine et des Sciences de la Santé, Université des Emirats Arabes Unis, Al Ain, UAE.

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June 2018
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Establishing a local coalition for addressing social determinants of hypertension in Quibdó (Colombia): a description and reflection on the process.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Jun 1:1757975918774784. Epub 2018 Jun 1.

5 Legal representative of the Chocóvisible Corporation in Quibdó, Colombia.

One-fourth of the adult population of Colombia is estimated to have hypertension. However, there has been relatively little attention to participatory approaches that address the social determinants of hypertension at the local level in Colombia. Early stages of a coalition for addressing hypertension in Quibdó (Colombia) included a stakeholder analysis and engagement of local organizations. Read More

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June 2018
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Challenges of developing a district child welfare plan in South Africa: lessons from a community-engaged HIV/AIDS research project.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Jun 1:1757975918774569. Epub 2018 Jun 1.

1 Department of Global Health, Boston University School of Public Health, Boston, MA, USA.

The Amajuba Child Health and Wellbeing Research Project measured the impact of orphaning due to HIV/AIDS on South African households between 2004 and 2007. Community engagement was a central component of the project and extended through 2010. We describe researcher engagement with the community to recruit participants, build local buy-in, stimulate interest in study findings, and promote integration of government social welfare services for families and children affected by HIV/AIDS. Read More

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June 2018
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The comparative and objective measurement of health promotion capacity-building: from conceptual framework to operationalization.

Glob Health Promot 2018 Jun 1:1757975918769608. Epub 2018 Jun 1.

1 Terveyden ja hyvinvoinnin laitos Tampere, Welfare Department, Tampere, Finland.

The aim of this study was to analyse and test a theoretical generic health promotion capacity-building framework with empirical data on primary health care. The framework consists of seven dimensions: commitment, management, monitoring and needs assessment, resources, common practices, participation and other core functions. The data were collected in 2014 from all the health centres in Finland, of which 156 (99%) submitted their data. Read More

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