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Health, spirituality and Covid-19: Themes and insights

Collaboration among health practitioners, religious organizations and the public is critical to the timely and effective management of the COVID-19 pandemic. There is an urgent need to develop and implement programs that cater to physical, mental and spiritual well-being.

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Health Promotion Glossary 2021 Health Promotion

The Health Promotion Glossary 2021 is designed to help clarify the meaning and relationship between terms commonly used in health promotion. This is the first full review and revision of the Glossary in over 20 years. It reflects the continued evolution and development of concepts since the 1998 Glossary, providing an updated overview of the

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About Health Promotion International Oxford Academic

About the Journal. Health Promotion International contains refereed original articles, reviews, and debate articles on major themes and innovations in the health promotion field. In line with the remits of the series of global conferences on health promotion the journal expressly invites contributions from sectors beyond health. These may include education, employment, government, the media

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Microbiome therapeutics: exploring the present scenario

Recognized health benefits are pathogen defense, stimulation of the host immune system, and antimicrobial production posing potential efficacy within the human body . One of the most significant effects of probiotics is the improvement in gut-microbiome composition.

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New Jersey Health Initiatives: Bridging the Divide between

The annual health fairs were well attended (averaging over 200 JVS clients and staff members) and successful at identifying health issues for early intervention (with an average of 175 screenings annually). The most frequent health issues identified (in descending order) were dental problems, hypertension, elevated glucose levels, and hearing

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Health and sustainability Health Promotion International

Health is mentioned in the report as part of social sustainability. For development to be sustainable, it must meet essential human needs such as jobs, food, energy, water and sanitation. The basic human needs are named as: housing, water supply, sanitation and health care [ …

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Which literacy for health promotion: health, food

Health literacy is an established concept, which has changed over time. In 1999, it was defined in the medical literature by the American Medical Association’s Ad Hoc Committee as a ‘constellation of skills’ including (but not limited to) basic reading and numeracy competency,

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Conceptual frameworks for health systems performance: a

Health system efficiency refers to a composite goal performance index depicting how well the health system achieves the socially desirable mix of the five components of performance goals. Health system functions, in this framework revolve around four core areas – stewardship, financing, resource generation, and service provision [7, 87, 98].

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HIV Treatment as Prevention: Implications for Health

Health promotion may also help by informing about the symptoms of HIV seroconversion illness, so in the event of a new infection it may be caught early. This is important so the individual can take advantage of early treatment but may also reduce the risk of further transmission if the primary relationship is not monogamous.

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About Health Education Research Oxford Academic

Health Education Research gives highest priority to original research focused on health education and promotion research, particularly intervention studies with solid research designs. The journal welcomes rigorous qualitative studies or those that concentrate on hard-to-reach populations. Because of the high number of submissions, cross

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Organizational structure and human agency within the South

Health promoters seem like a good idea, but much more research and evidence is needed in terms of their impact, then maybe I will invest a bit more in them (KII-ND007_National Manager). HP budgets, resources and outsourcing of HP activities. Indeed, there were funds allocated to HP at the beginning of each financial year.

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Composition of pluralistic health systems: how much can we

We see that in the three health districts, as in the rest of the country, the majority of health service utilization happens outside of the public health system. Purchasing drugs from a drug retailer, formal or informal, is the most frequent health seeking behaviour; this utilization pattern is …

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Promoting Health and Wellness: Implications for Physical

Health behavior change is a complex phenomenon, and the adoption of healthy behaviors requires an ecological approach in which environmental factors are often more important than the characteristics, motivations, and attitudes of the individual. 56, 66 Accomplishing this paradigm shift starts with awareness of the current public health

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Relationship between Education and Mental Health: New

Abstract. Prior research has documented a strong and positive correlation between completed education and adults’ mental health. Researchers often describe this relationship using causal language: higher levels of education are thought to enhance people’s skills, afford important structural advantages, and empower better coping mechanisms, all of which lead to better mental health.

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ecological public health approach to understanding the

Health, in this model, is linked to liveability, sustainability and equity. Dooris [(Dooris, 1999), p. 374] takes this latter model (substituting social values for community) and argues for ‘a gradual convergence of the three circles’ towards an integrated approach. So, how might we integrate health and environment in a just and sustainable

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Social values and health systems in health policy and

In addition to these concrete and tangible expressions of health systems, the ‘software’—by which we mean the ideas and interests, values and norms, and affinities and power that guide actions and underpin the relationships among system actors and elements—are also critical to overall health systems performance (Sheikh et al., 2011, p. 2).

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Behavior Change or Empowerment: On the Ethics of Health

Health-related behavior’ appears to be a somewhat broader notion than ‘lifestyle’. The latter notion usually covers choice of food and drinks, smoking and drug use, sex activities, sunbathing and physical activities, whereas the former notion also includes issues such as wearing seat-belts and crash-helmets, hand washing, using bed

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Volume 36 Issue 5 Health Promotion International

A heuristic model for health-related autonomy based on health promotion ideas: the ‘Health–Autonomy Interaction Model’ Swedish schoolchildren’s voices of health-promoting factors: a focus group study

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Mental Health Research from Oxford Journals Journals

Mental Health Research from Oxford Journals. Select medicine and health journals from OUP have collaborated to curate a collection of notable articles on the focus of mental health. The research covers a wide-range of areas including music therapy, sleep, age and the brain. Please enjoy the selection, available freely through December 31, 2018.

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About Journal of Public Health Oxford Academic

About the Journal. The Journal of Public Health invites submission of papers on any aspect of public health research and practice.Papers reporting findings from any region of the world are welcome. We welcome papers on the theory and practice of the whole spectrum of public health across the domains of health improvement, health protection and service improvement, with a particular focus on

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Health effects of vegan diets The American Journal of

HEALTH EFFECTS OF VEGAN DIETS. Vegan diets are usually higher in dietary fiber, magnesium, folic acid, vitamins C and E, iron, and phytochemicals, and they tend to be lower in calories, saturated fat and cholesterol, long-chain n-3 (omega-3) fatty acids, vitamin D, calcium, zinc, and vitamin B-12 ( 8 ).

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Armed conflict and public health: into the 21st century

Some health risks are specifically gender-related; during the Korean War, most abandoned children were infant girls. 47 Women are at particular risk of mental illness, with high suicide rates reported in women of child-bearing age. 19 As might be expected, exposure to GBV is a risk factor for mental stress, with rape magnifying stress some 8

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New challenges of public health: bringing the future of

In October 2016, together with international experts in health, public policy, public health, law and ethics from EU, USA and Canada, we had convened in Ickworth, UK, under the aegis of the PHG Foundation, to discuss on the future of health and healthcare, looking at least 15–20 years into the future. 11 The discussion had already started in

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‘Doing’ health policy analysis: methodological and

Health interests, ranging from professionals to the pharmaceutical industry, have traditionally been perceived to influence the policy process significantly. They are uniquely placed to do so because of their knowledge, technology, access to political processes and stake in …

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Barbara Bridgman Perkins. The Medical Delivery Business

And health planning foundered on expectations of the public good that ran counter to competitive business expectations. Perkins also argues that professionalism in medicine was not an alternative to the business model, as is often claimed, but is in fundamental ways an offshoot of it. These are useful ways of thinking about the history of

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