Quality, Evidence, and Effectiveness in Health Promotion: Striving for Certainties


The critical concepts of quality assurance and effectiveness are brought together for the first time in a book dedicated to health promotion, practice and research. These are fundamental concepts as health promotion and public health specialists struggle with evidence-based practice as we enter the new millennium. The three main sections look at: the examination of effectiveness studies through the application of difference evaluation methodologies; practice-based quality assurance programs; and the examination of examples of health promotion interventions.

Additional information

Publisher: Place of publication:
  • London
Publication year:
  • 1998


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