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Community-Based Prevention : Reducing the Risk of Cancer and Chronic Disease

Author: David I McLean; Dan Williams; Sonia Lamont; Hans Krueger
Publisher: Toronto : University of Toronto Press, [2013] ©2013
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This book presents a promising new approach to educating, engaging, empowering, and generating action within communities as part of broader prevention agenda.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Community-based prevention.
Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c2013
(OCoLC)820617095
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David I McLean; Dan Williams; Sonia Lamont; Hans Krueger
ISBN: 1442662301 9781442662308
OCLC Number: 841909773
Language Note: Text in English.
Description: 1 online resource (viii, 224 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Part A: Purpose and Context. 1 Introduction: Mastering the Surge in Chronic Diseases ; 2 Cancer, Chronic Disease, and the Relevance of CPEs ; 3 Prevention Educational Leaders in British Columbia --
Part B: Other Models of Community-Based Prevention Educators. 4 Identifying Models of Prevention Coordination in the Community ; 5 North Karelia: Field Office Staff ; 6 Northern Ireland: Health Promotion Officers ; 7 Kentucky: Cooperative Extension Agents and Cancer Control Specialists ; 8 North Carolina: Community Health Ambassadors Background ; 9 Manitoba: Health Promotion Coordinators --
Part C: A Strategic Pattern for Prevention Educators. 10 Important Elements of a CPE-like Program ; 11 Establishing a Foundation: Conceptual Frameworks Preamble on Theory in Community-Based Prevention Diffusion of Innovations ; 12 Tracking Outcomes: Evaluation Matters ; 13 Conclusion: Sustained Investment in Prevention --
Appendix I Key Informants --
Appendix II Cancer Prevention Program Standards in Canada.
Responsibility: David McLean [and three others].
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