PROMOTING HUMAN WELLNESS

  Contents
  Foreword
  Acknowledgments
 expand sectionINTRODUCTION

 collapse section1. NEW DIRECTIONS  IN HUMAN WELLNESS PROMOTION
 expand section1. THE SOCIAL ECOLOGICAL  PARADIGM OF WELLNESS PROMOTION
 expand section2. THE SOCIETAL CONTEXT OF DISEASE  PREVENTION AND WELLNESS PROMOTION
 expand section3. PROMOTING WELLNESS
 collapse section4. COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION,  EMPOWERMENT, AND HEALTH
 INTRODUCTION
 THE MULTIPLE RISK FACTOR INTERVENTION TRIAL
 COMMUNITY INTERVENTION STRATEGIES
 WHERE WE STAND
 CHANGING THE PARADIGM
 expand sectionONE APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING  COMMUNITY FACTORS: SOCIAL CLASS
 expand sectionTHE CONCEPT OF CONTROL
 THE WELLNESS GUIDE
 SAN FRANCISCO BUS DRIVERS
 INDIVIDUAL VERSUS COMMUNITY INTERVENTIONS
 SOME CONCLUDING THOUGHTS
 NOTE
 REFERENCES
 expand section5. GENETIC DETERMINISM AS A FAILING  PARADIGM IN BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE

 collapse section2. WELLNESS PROMOTION  RESEARCH: INNOVATIVE  STRATEGIES AND PERSPECTIVES
 expand section6. CREATING HEALTH-PROMOTIVE  ENVIRONMENTS
 expand section7. THEORY-BASED EVALUATION
 expand section8. PREGNANCY PREVENTION  OPPORTUNITIES FOCUSING ON THE  YOUNGER SISTERS OF CHILDBEARING TEENS
 expand section9. IMMIGRANTS MAY HOLD CLUES TO  PROTECTING HEALTH DURING PREGNANCY
 expand section10. RACE AND HEALTH
 expand section11. HEALTH PROMOTION  IN ETHNIC MINORITY FAMILIES
 expand section12. VALUING FUTURE HEALTH IN SOCIAL  POLICY AND HUMAN HEALTH BEHAVIOR

 collapse section3. WELLNESS PROMOTION  PRACTICE: TOWARD MORE  COMPREHENSIVE APPROACHES
 expand section13. HEALTH PROMOTION  AT THE DAWN OF THE 21ST CENTURY
 expand section14. BRIDGING THE CLINICAL AND  PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACHES  TO SMOKING CESSATION
 expand section15. DISEASE PREVENTION  VERSUS HEALTH PROMOTION
 expand section16. PREVENTING DISABILITY IN OLDER AMERICANS
 expand section17. AN EDUCATIONAL APPROACH TO ENGAGE  HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS  IN WELLNESS PROMOTION
 expand section18. UNIVERSITY-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS  TO PROMOTE WELLNESS IN CHILDREN,  YOUTH, AND FAMILIES

 collapse section4. WELLNESS PROMOTION POLICY:  TOWARD A MORE EXPLICIT  CONSIDERATION OF THE  POLITICAL CONTEXT
 expand section19. STRATEGIES FOR REDUCING  YOUTH VIOLENCE
 expand section20. ADOLESCENT SEXUALITY  AND HEALTH CARE REFORM
 expand section21. IMPROVING HEALTH AND SAFETY  IN THE AGRICULTURAL WORKPLACE
 expand section22. ENHANCING WOMEN'S HEALTH
 expand section23. CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE IN WOMEN
 expand section24. HIV/AIDS PREVENTION

 expand sectionAFTERWORD
  Notes on Contributors
  Index

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