Research as Intervention in Heart Health Promotion
Haalboom, Bethany J., Robinson, Kerry L., Elliott, Susan J., Cameron, Roy, Eyles, John D., Canadian Journal of Public Health
Background: Capacity building in health promotion has traditionally involved training interventions to support knowledge, skill and resource building for effective practice. However, there is a need to understand how research can be used to support capacity building and practice.
Methods: Findings are based on a parallel case study comprising qualitative analysis of 66 key informant interviews from five provincial heart health projects (Manitoba, Prince Edward Island, Ontario, Saskatchewan, and Newfoundland and Labrador) as part of the Canadian Heart Health Dissemination Project.
Findings: Results indicate research was used primarily to monitor and report …
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Publication information: Article title: Research as Intervention in Heart Health Promotion. Contributors: Haalboom, Bethany J. - Author, Robinson, Kerry L. - Author, Elliott, Susan J. - Author, Cameron, Roy - Author, Eyles, John D. - Author. Journal title: Canadian Journal of Public Health. Volume: 97. Issue: 4 Publication date: July/August 2006. Page number: 291+. © Canadian Public Health Association Jan/Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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