How to communicate health

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () The climate crisis: science, impacts, policy, psychology, sociology, and justice [i] [d]
  2. John P. Ackerman & Lisa M. Horowitz [ed] () Youth suicide prevention and intervention: best practices and policy implications [i] [d] [u]
  3. Mark R. Miller, Brian C. Castrucci, Rachel Locke, Julia Haskins, & Grace Castillo [ed] () Talking health: a new way to communicate about public health [i] [d]
  4. Kristina Y. Risley, Christina R. Welter, Grace Castillo, & Brian C. Castrucci [ed] () Leading systems change in public health: a field guide for practitioners [i]
  5. () Abandon 'race'; focus on racism [p] [d]
  6. () Rethinking suicide: why prevention fails, and how we can do better [i] [d]
  7. Joan Y. Chiao, Shu-Chen Li, Robert Turner, Su Yeon Lee-Tauler, & Beverly Pringle [ed] () Oxford handbook of cultural neuroscience and global mental health [i] [d]
  8. () How urban and rural built environments influence the health attitudes and behaviors of people who use drugs [p] [d]
  9. () Vaccine hesitancy: public trust, expertise, and the war on science [i] [j]
  10. () Mechanisms of Black–White disparities in health among older adults: examining discrimination and personality [p] [d]
  11. () Suicide prevention: Stahl's handbooks [i] [d]
  12. Julie Ann St. John, Susan L. Mayfield-Johnson, & Wandy D. Hernández-Gordon [ed] () Promoting the health of the community: community health workers describing their roles, competencies, and practice [i] [d]
  13. () Learning as an important privilege: a life span perspective with implications for successful aging [d]
  14. Lorraine T. Benuto, Melanie P. Duckworth, Akihiko Masuda, & William T. O'Donohue [ed] () Prejudice, stigma, privilege, and oppression: a behavioral health handbook [i] [d]
  15. () How American healthcare is undermining lives [i] [d] [j]
  16. () Precision community health: four innovations for well-being [i]
  17. () Trade agreements and public health: a primer for health policy makers, researchers and advocates [i] [d]
  18. () Cultivating healthy trajectories: an experimental study of community gardening and health [p] [d]
  19. Samuel Myers & Howard Frumkin [ed] () Planetary health: protecting nature to protect ourselves [i]
  20. () Adaptation for growth via learning new skills as a means to long-term functional independence in older adulthood: insights from emerging adulthood [d]
  21. () The structure of self-regulation and its psychological and physical health correlates in older adults [p] [d]
  22. () A culture of caring: a suicide prevention guide for schools (K–12) [i]
  23. Dina Battisto & Jacob J. Wilhelm [ed] () Architecture and health: guiding principles for practice [i] [d]
  24. () Elegant science narratives and unintended influences: an agenda for the science of science communication [d]
  25. () Reproductive injustice: racism, pregnancy, and premature birth [i] [d] [j]
  26. () Facilitating collective psychosocial resilience in the public in emergencies: twelve recommendations based on the social identity approach [p] [d]
  27. () North of home: obligations to families of undocumented patients [p] [d]
  28. () Movement and spatial specificity support scaling in ant colonies and immune systems: application to national biosurveillance [i] [d]
  29. () Traveling exhibitions in the field: settlements, war-economy, and the collaborative practice of seeing, 1919–1925 [i] [d]
  30. () Bridging silos: collaborating for environment, health, and justice in urban communities [i] [d]
  31. () Who me?: ideas for faculty who never expected to be teaching public health students to write [p] [d]
  32. () Empathy as research methodology [i] [d]
  33. Pranee Liamputtong [ed] () Handbook of research methods in health social sciences [i] [d]
  34. () The perils of partnership: industry influence, institutional integrity, and public health [i]
  35. Dula Pacquiao & Marilyn (Marty) Douglas [ed] () Social pathways to health vulnerability: implications for health professionals [i] [d]
  36. () Generating psychotherapy breakthroughs: transtheoretical strategies from population health psychology [p] [d]
  37. () It's time to think about time in health psychology [and comments] [p] [d]
  38. () Leading a meaningful life at older ages and its relationship with social engagement, prosperity, health, biology, and time use [p] [d]
  39. () Suicide assessment and treatment: empirical and evidence-based practices [i]
  40. () The geography of malnutrition [d]
  41. () Training in cognitive strategies reduces eating and improves food choice [p] [d]
  42. () Ethical gambling: a necessary new point of view of gambling in public health policies [p] [d]
  43. () Pollution, health, and the planet: time for decisive action [p] [d]
  44. Edwin B. Fisher, Linda D. Cameron, Alan J. Christensen, Ulrike Ehlert, Yan Guo, Brian Oldenburg, & Frank J. Snoek [ed] () Principles and concepts of behavioral medicine: a global handbook [i] [d]
  45. () How far to nudge?: assessing behavioural public policy [i] [d]
  46. Gerald Kayingo & Virginia McCoy Hass [ed] () The health professions educator: a practical guide for new and established faculty [i]
  47. () Children and environmental toxins: what everyone needs to know [i]
  48. () Unsavory truth: how food companies skew the science of what we eat [i]
  49. () Food and nutrition: what everyone needs to know [i]
  50. Doug Oman [ed] () Why religion and spirituality matter for public health: evidence, implications, and resources [i] [d]
  51. () Global supermarkets' corporate social responsibility commitments to public health: a content analysis [p] [d]
  52. () Compassionate management of mental health in the modern workplace [i] [d]
  53. Denise T. D. de Ridder, Marieke A. Adriaanse, & Kentaro Fujita [ed] () The Routledge international handbook of self-control in health and well being: concepts, theories, and central issues [i] [d]
  54. () Making sense of science: applied improvisation for public communication of science and health [i] [d]
  55. () 'I want to provide patrons with good information': public library staff as health information facilitators [d]
  56. () Health decision making [d]
  57. () 'Now we live for the money': shifting markers of status, stress, and immune function in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  58. () Space and time matter in social-ecological vulnerability assessments [d]
  59. Nina Wallerstein, Bonnie Duran, John G. Oetzel, & Meredith Minkler [ed] () Community-based participatory research for health: advancing social and health equity [i]
  60. () Automated conflict detection between medical care pathways [d]
  61. Jessica S. Ancker, Jose F. Arocha, & Vimla L. Patel [ed] () Cognitive informatics in health and biomedicine: understanding and modeling health behaviors [i] [d]
  62. () Science journalism: an introduction [i] [d]
  63. () A comparative study of human well-being indicators across three Puget Sound regions [d]
  64. () Asset-based community maps: a tool for expanding resources in community health programs [d]
  65. () How America got its guns: a history of the gun violence crisis [i]
  66. Makini Chisolm-Straker & Hanni Stoklosa [ed] () Human trafficking is a public health issue: a paradigm expansion in the United States [i] [d]
  67. Janet Chrzan & John A. Brett [ed] () Food health: nutrition, technology, and public health [i] [j]
  68. () Increasing overall well-being is salient in treating homelessness [p] [d]
  69. () Neutralizing misinformation through inoculation: exposing misleading argumentation techniques reduces their influence [p] [d]
  70. David Devlaeminck, Zafar Adeel, & Robert Sandford [ed] () The human face of water security [i] [d]
  71. Patrick Dolan & Nick Frost [ed] () The Routledge handbook of global child welfare [i] [d]
  72. Nadine Ehlers & Leslie R. Hinkson [ed] () Subprime health: debt and race in U.S. medicine [i] [j]
  73. () Understanding the challenge of weight loss maintenance: a systematic review and synthesis of qualitative research on weight loss maintenance [p] [d]
  74. () Global human trafficking and child victimization [p] [d]
  75. () Telling the story of science [d] [j]
  76. () Lissa: a story about medical promise, friendship, and revolution [i] [u]
  77. () The health of newcomers: immigration, health policy, and the case for global solidarity [i] [d]
  78. () Childhood trauma as a public health issue [i] [d]
  79. () Digital health: tracking physiomes and activity using wearable biosensors reveals useful health-related information [p] [d]
  80. () The Human Behaviour-Change Project: harnessing the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning for evidence synthesis and interpretation [p] [d]
  81. Niklas Möller, Sven Ove Hansson, Jan-Erik Holmberg, & Carl Rollenhage [ed] () Handbook of safety principles [i] [d]
  82. () What patients say, what doctors hear [i]
  83. () Teeth: the story of beauty, inequality, and the struggle for oral health in America [i]
  84. () Planning to be routine: habit as a mediator of the planning–behaviour relationship in healthcare professionals [p] [d]
  85. () An American sickness: how healthcare became big business and how you can take it back [i]
  86. () Seeing human lives in spreadsheets: the work of Hans Rosling (1948–2017) [u]
  87. Gabriela Steier & Kiran K. Patel [ed] () International farm animal, wildlife and food safety law [i] [d]
  88. () Human trafficking, mental illness, and addiction: avoiding diagnostic overshadowing [p] [d]
  89. () Avoiding obscure topics and generalising findings produces higher impact research [d]
  90. () A healthy mix of emotions: underlying biological pathways linking emotions to physical health [d]
  91. () Uses of oral history and digital storytelling in public health research and practice [p] [d]
  92. () Communities in action: pathways to health equity [i] [d] [u]
  93. () Improving healthcare operations: the application of lean, agile, and leagility in care pathway design [i] [d]
  94. Laura Wilson [ed] () The Wiley handbook of the psychology of mass shootings [i] [d]
  95. () Multidimensional targeting for tailoring: a comment on Ogden (2016) [p] [d]
  96. () Metrics that matter for population health action: workshop summary [i] [d] [u]
  97. () Languages are still a major barrier to global science [p] [d]
  98. () Planning health promotion programs: an intervention mapping approach [i]
  99. () Achieving precision mental health through effective assessment, monitoring, and feedback processes [p] [d]
  100. () Communication skills for patient engagement: argumentation competencies as means to prevent or limit reactance arousal, with an example from the Italian healthcare system [p] [d]
  101. () Preventing crime: a holistic approach [i] [d]
  102. () From argumentative crisis to critical arguments: how to argue in the face of danger [i] [d]
  103. () Conceptualizing and operationalizing human wellbeing for ecosystem assessment and management [d]
  104. () Dull disasters?: how planning ahead will make a difference [i] [d]
  105. () In science communication, why does the idea of a public deficit always return?: the eternal recurrence of the public deficit [p] [d]
  106. Lisa J. Crockett & Gustavo Carlo [ed] () Rural ethnic minority youth and families in the United States: theory, research, and applications [i] [d]
  107. Howard S. Friedman [ed] () Encyclopedia of mental health [i] [d]
  108. () Program Earth: environmental sensing technology and the making of a computational planet [i] [d] [j] [u]
  109. () Planning for disaster: developing a multi-agency counselling service [i] [d]
  110. () An activity-centric argumentation framework for assistive technology aimed at improving health [d]
  111. () Non-conscious processes in changing health-related behaviour: a conceptual analysis and framework [p] [d]
  112. () Personality predicts health declines through stressful life events during late mid-life [p] [d]
  113. () What are the attributes of a good health educator? [p] [d]
  114. (/2020) Effective science communication: a practical guide to surviving as a scientist [i]
  115. () In science communication, why does the idea of a public deficit always return? How do the shifting information flows in healthcare affect the deficit model of science communication? [p] [d]
  116. () Health behaviour procrastination: a novel reasoned route towards self-regulatory failure [p] [d]
  117. () Theoretical explanations for maintenance of behaviour change: a systematic review of behaviour theories [p] [d]
  118. () Relationship power in health care: science of behavior change, decision making, and clinician self-care [i] [d]
  119. () Introduction to health promotion & behavioral science in public health [i]
  120. () Food, health, and complexity: towards a conceptual understanding to guide collaborative public health action [p] [d]
  121. () In science communication, why does the idea of a public deficit always return? [p] [d]
  122. () Beyond books: public libraries as partners for population health [p] [d]
  123. Bonnie K. Nastasi & Amanda P. Borja [ed] () International handbook of psychological well-being in children and adolescents: bridging the gaps between theory, research, and practice [i] [d]
  124. () Information seeking and use in the context of minimalist lifestyles [d]
  125. () Calling the shots: why parents reject vaccines [i] [d] [j]
  126. () Knowing how to help: providing health information in public libraries [d]
  127. () Sociology and psychology for the dental team: an introduction to key topics [i]
  128. () Emerging technologies to measure neighborhood conditions in public health: implications for interventions and next steps [p] [d]
  129. () Human trafficking identification and service provision in the medical and social service sectors [p] [u]
  130. () The lure of rationality: why does the deficit model persist in science communication? [p] [d]
  131. Merrill Singer [ed] () A companion to the anthropology of environmental health [i] [d]
  132. () The power to heal: civil rights, Medicare, and the struggle to transform America's health care system [i]
  133. () The Index of Vulnerability: an anthropological method linking social-ecological systems to mental and physical health outcomes [p] [d]
  134. () Estimating the true global burden of mental illness [p] [d]
  135. () Building a reliable and affordable system of medical care [i] [d]
  136. Ronald E. Anderson [ed] () World suffering and quality of life [i] [d]
  137. () Essentials of public health ethics [i]
  138. () The nurture effect: how the science of human behavior can improve our lives and our world [i]
  139. () Ten simple rules for effective online outreach [p] [d]
  140. Ann M. Bisantz, Catherine M. Burns, & Rollin J. Fairbanks [ed] () Cognitive systems engineering in health care [i] [d]
  141. () Health, science, and place: a new model [i] [d]
  142. () Delivering mental health first aid: an exploration of instructors' views [d]
  143. () Environmental public health tracking: driving environmental health information [p] [d]
  144. () Privileging physical activity over healthy eating: 'time' to choose? [p] [d]
  145. () Spaces and places: engaging a mixed-methods approach for exploring the multiple geographies of pedestrian injury [i]
  146. () Ecosystem services or services to ecosystems?: valuing cultivation and reciprocal relationships between humans and ecosystems [d]
  147. () Reasoning and public health: new ways of coping with uncertainty [i] [d]
  148. () 'Boomerang neuropathology' of late-onset Alzheimer's disease is shrouded in harmful 'BDDS': breathing, diet, drinking, and sleep during aging [d]
  149. () Resilience as a universal criterion of health [d]
  150. Melissa D. Giesbrecht & Valorie A. Crooks [ed] () Place, health, and diversity: learning from the Canadian experience [i]
  151. Arjen Hommersom & Peter J. F. Lucas [ed] () Foundations of biomedical knowledge representation: methods and applications [i] [d]
  152. () Good practice characteristics of diet and physical activity interventions and policies: an umbrella review [p] [d]
  153. () Aggregation of clinical evidence using argumentation: a tutorial introduction [i] [d]
  154. () Small steps: physical health promotion for people living with mental illness [d]
  155. () Quantifying doctors' argumentation in general practice consultation through content analysis: measurement development and preliminary results [d]
  156. () The effects of general practitioners' use of argumentation to support their treatment advice: results of an experimental study using video-vignettes [p] [d]
  157. () Epigenetic mechanisms in neurological and neurodegenerative diseases [p] [d]
  158. () The ethical significance of antimicrobial resistance [d]
  159. () The health gap: the challenge of an unequal world [i]
  160. () The construction of community understandings of sexual violence: rethinking public, practitioner and policy discourses [d]
  161. () Using person-centered health analytics to live longer: leveraging engagement, behavior change, and technology for a healthy life [i]
  162. () Public health, youth violence, and perpetrator well-being [d]
  163. () Sex trafficking: policies, programs, and services [p] [d]
  164. () The mental mechanisms of patient adherence to long-term therapies [i] [d]
  165. () Why psychopathy matters: implications for public health and violence prevention [d]
  166. () Inoculating against reactance to persuasive health messages [p] [d]
  167. () From the inside out to the outside in: exploring the role of parks and protected areas as providers of human health and well-being [d]
  168. () Biopolitics of health as wealth in the original risk society [i] [j]
  169. Fernando Santos-Granero [ed] () Images of public wealth or the anatomy of well-being in indigenous Amazonia [i] [j]
  170. () Community health systems as complex adaptive systems: ontology and praxis lessons from an urban health experience with demonstrated sustainability [d]
  171. () Using measurement-based care to enhance any treatment [d]
  172. () Sleep, cognition, and normal aging: integrating a half century of multidisciplinary research [p] [d] [j]
  173. () The interactive world of severe mental illness: case studies from the U.S. mental health system [i] [d]
  174. () Empirical evidence about recovery and mental health [p] [d]
  175. () The patient will see you now: the future of medicine is in your hands [i]
  176. Loren L. Toussaint, Everett L. Worthington, & David R. Williams [ed] () Forgiveness and health: scientific evidence and theories relating forgiveness to better health [i] [d]
  177. () Health and climate change: policy responses to protect public health [d]
  178. () Climate change demands behavioral change: what are the challenges? [j] [u]
  179. () Counseling individuals through the lifespan [i]
  180. () 'Therapeutic landscapes' and the importance of nostalgia, solastalgia, salvage and abandonment for psychiatric hospital design [d]
  181. Joseph Arvai & Louie Rivers [ed] () Effective risk communication [i] [d]
  182. () Promoting integrated approaches to reducing health inequities among low-income workers: applying a social ecological framework [d]
  183. () Leading public health: a competency framework [i]
  184. () Norms and beliefs: how change occurs [i] [d]
  185. () Positive computing: technology for wellbeing and human potential [i] [d]
  186. () The gun debate: what everyone needs to know [i]
  187. () Training tomorrow's global health leaders: applying a transtheoretical model to identify behavior change stages within an intervention for health leadership development [p] [d]
  188. () A web-based geospatial toolkit for the monitoring of dengue fever [d]
  189. () The global dissemination of psychological treatments: a road map for research and practice [p] [d]
  190. () Addressing the global burden of mental illness: why transdiagnostic and common elements approaches to evidence-based practice might be our best bet [d]
  191. () Risk savvy: how to make good decisions [i]
  192. () The moral case for the clinical placebo [p] [d]
  193. () Physicians as part of the solution?: community-based participatory research as a way to get shared decision making into practice [d]
  194. () Insidious trends and social/environmental justice: public health's challenge for responding to hazard events [p] [d]
  195. () Hacker science versus closed science: building environmental monitoring infrastructure [d]
  196. () Parameters for creating culturally sensitive CBT: implementing CBT in global settings [d]
  197. () Resource caravans and resource caravan passageways: a new paradigm for trauma responding [d]
  198. () Community based system dynamics [i] [d]
  199. Christine M. Hunter, Christopher L. Hunter, & Rodger Kessler [ed] () Handbook of clinical psychology in medical settings: evidence-based assessment and intervention [i] [d]
  200. () Integrating psychotherapy research with public health and public policy goals for incarcerated women and other vulnerable populations [p] [d]
  201. () Salutogenesis: the defining concept for a new healthcare system [d]
  202. () À la carte or prix fixe?: differing approaches to addressing the gap in dissemination of evidence-based care in mental health [d]
  203. Do-Kyun Kim, Arvind Singhal, & Gary L. Kreps [ed] () Strategies for developing global health programs [i]
  204. () Exploring community collaborations: social network analysis as a reflective tool for public health [d]
  205. () Immunity-to-change: are hidden motives underlying patient nonadherence to chronic disease medications? [d]
  206. () Work organization, job insecurity, and occupational health disparities [d]
  207. Leslie R. Martin & M. Robin DiMatteo [ed] () The Oxford handbook of health communication, behavior change, and treatment adherence [i] [d]
  208. () Humanising illness: presenting health information in educational comics [p] [d]
  209. () A common elements treatment approach for adult mental health problems in low- and middle-income countries [d]
  210. () A model for translating ethnography and theory into culturally constructed clinical practices [d]
  211. () Discrimination, harassment, abuse, and bullying in the workplace: contribution of workplace injustice to occupational health disparities [d]
  212. Vimla L. Patel, David R. Kaufman, & Trevor Cohen [ed] () Cognitive informatics in health and biomedicine: case studies on critical care, complexity and errors [i] [d]
  213. () How geographical information systems analysis influences the continuum of patient care [p]
  214. () Reflective and automatic processes in health care professional behaviour: a dual process model tested across multiple behaviours [p] [d]
  215. () Human health as a judicious conservation opportunity [p] [d]
  216. () A multilevel analysis of stigma and health: implications for research and policy [d]
  217. () Citizen science: convergent evolution across the sciences [u]
  218. () Evidence-informed person-centered healthcare, part I: do 'cognitive biases plus' at organizational levels influence quality of evidence? [p] [d]
  219. () Evidence-informed person-centred health care, part II: are 'cognitive biases plus' underlying the EBM paradigm responsible for undermining the quality of evidence? [p] [d]
  220. () Tainted: how philosophy of science can expose bad science [or: Tainted: exposing bad science, practicing philosophy of science] [i] [d]
  221. () Effects of social, economic, and labor policies on occupational health disparities [d]
  222. () Acting locally and globally: dissemination implementation around the world and next door [d]
  223. Michele Spatz [ed] () The Medical Library Association guide to providing consumer and patient health information [i]
  224. () Gun crime in global contexts [i] [d]
  225. () Examining occupational health and safety disparities using national data: a cause for continuing concern [d]
  226. () The primordial violence: spanking children, psychological development, violence, and crime [i] [d]
  227. () Medical illuminations: using evidence, visualization and statistical thinking to improve healthcare [i]
  228. () A comparison of criminological and public health models: geographic and social diversity associated with methamphetamine laboratory seizures [d]
  229. () Epidemiological criminology: a public health approach to crime and violence [i]
  230. () Pharmacy on a bicycle: innovative solutions to global health and poverty [i]
  231. () Leadership, violence, and school climate: case studies in creating nonviolent schools [i]
  232. () Make your brain smarter: increase your brain's creativity, energy, and focus [i]
  233. () Confronting the data-divide in a time of spatial turns and volunteered geographic information [d]
  234. () Prevention in psychology: an introduction to the prevention practice kit [i] [d]
  235. () Public health approaches to violent crime can complement law enforcement [u]
  236. () Reimagining global health: an introduction [i] [d] [j]
  237. () More than training: community-based participatory research to reduce injuries among hispanic construction workers [d]
  238. () Caring and well-being: a lifeworld approach [i] [d]
  239. Elsie E. Gaskell & Chris Rostron [ed] () Therapeutics and human physiology: how drugs work [i]
  240. () Writing science in plain English [i] [d]
  241. () Sustained impact of community-based physical activity interventions: key elements for success [p] [d]
  242. () Fresh fruit, broken bodies: migrant farmworkers in the United States [i] [d] [j]
  243. () Reducing health-information avoidance through contemplation [p] [d]
  244. () Principles of social change [i] [d]
  245. () Decisions by default [i] [d] [j]
  246. () Bringing the laboratory and clinic to the community: mobile technologies for health promotion and disease prevention [d]
  247. () Novel models for delivering mental health services and reducing the burdens of mental illness [d]
  248. () Why isn't evidence based practice improving health care for minorities in the United States? [p] [d]
  249. () Nutrition and mental health [i] [d]
  250. () Using decision errors to help people help themselves [i] [d] [j]
  251. () Environmental monitoring for health and wellness [i] [d]
  252. () Psychological levers of behavior change [i] [d] [j]
  253. (/2019) The moral imperative toward cost-effectiveness in global health [i] [d] [u]
  254. () Clarifying the links between social support and health: culture, stress, and neuroticism matter [d]
  255. () Real-time analytics and quality of care [i] [d]
  256. Victor R. Preedy, Lan-Anh Hunter, & Vinood B. Patel [ed] () Diet quality: an evidence-based approach [i] [d]
  257. Alexander S. Preker, Marianne E. Lindner, Dov Chernichovsky, & Onno P. Schellekens [ed] () Scaling up affordable health insurance: staying the course [i]
  258. () You can develop desired health behaviors [u]
  259. () Life in crisis: the ethical journey of Doctors Without Borders [i] [d] [j]
  260. () Reconfiguring health workforce policy so that education, training, and actual delivery of care are closely connected [p] [d]
  261. () Rational versus unreasonable persuasion in doctor–patient communication: a normative account [d]
  262. () Crisis mapping, bio blitzes, and Google Flu Trends [u]
  263. Eldar Shafir [ed] () The behavioral foundations of public policy [i] [d] [j]
  264. () Nonconscious processes and health [d]
  265. () Healthy heroes, magic meals, and a visiting alien: community-led assets-based social marketing [d]
  266. Joachim P. Sturmberg & Carmel M. Martin [ed] () Handbook of systems and complexity in health [i] [d]
  267. () Why prevention? Why now? [prevention of sexual abuse] [d]
  268. () Pilot-testing an applied competency-based approach to health human resources planning [p] [d]
  269. () Presenting quantitative information about decision outcomes: a risk communication primer for patient decision aid developers [p] [d]
  270. () Digital animation as a method to disseminate research findings to the community using a community-based participatory approach [p] [d]
  271. () The use of concept mapping to identify community-driven intervention strategies for physical and mental health [p] [d]
  272. () Cleaning up: how hospital outsourcing is hurting workers and endangering patients [i] [d] [j]
  273. () Animals and public health: why treating animals better is critical to human welfare [i] [d]
  274. () Challenging our understanding of health: indigenous perspectives from the highlands of Chiapas, Mexico [d]
  275. () Five essential properties of disease maps [d]
  276. () The placebo phenomenon: implications for the ethics of shared decision-making [p] [d]
  277. Phil Brown, Rachel Morello-Frosch, & Stephen Zavestoski [ed] () Contested illnesses: citizens, science, and health social movements [i] [d] [j]
  278. () The epigenetics revolution: how modern biology is rewriting our understanding of genetics, disease, and inheritance [i] [j]
  279. Dominique F. Charron [ed] () Ecohealth research in practice: innovative applications of an ecosystem approach to health [i] [d]
  280. () 'Better than nothing' is not good enough: challenges to introducing evidence-based approaches for traumatized populations [p] [d]
  281. () Why we need urban health equity indicators: integrating science, policy, and community [p] [d]
  282. () Ethical considerations of using narrative to communicate science [d]
  283. () Campus suicide prevention: bridging paradigms and forging partnerships [d]
  284. Shenggen Fan & Rajul Pandya-Lorch [ed] () Reshaping agriculture for nutrition and health [i] [d] [u]
  285. () Why mass media matter to planning research: the case of megaprojects [d]
  286. () 'The mind is willing, but the flesh is weak': the effects of mind–body dualism on health behavior [d]
  287. () Quality of life well-being in general medicine, mental health and coaching [i] [d]
  288. () 'A drop of water in the pool': information and engagement of linguistic communities around a municipal pesticide bylaw to protect the public's health [p] [d]
  289. () Knowledge translation of research findings [p] [d]
  290. (/2019) Advances in motivation in exercise and physical activity [i] [d]
  291. J. Timothy Harrington & Eric D. Newman [ed] () Great health care: making it happen [i] [d]
  292. () Health impact assessment: the state of the art [d]
  293. () Spatio-temporal assessment of food safety risks in Canadian food distribution systems using GIS [d]
  294. () Contours of risk: spatializing human behaviors to understand disease dynamics in changing landscapes [d]
  295. () Value chains for nutrition [i] [d] [u]
  296. () Health care for some: rights and rationing in the United States since 1930 [i] [d]
  297. () An integrated framework for assessing the value of community-based prevention [i] [d] [u]
  298. () Human skin pigmentation, migration and disease susceptibility [p] [d]
  299. () The engine of well-being [d]
  300. () Income and race/ethnicity are associated with adherence to food-based dietary guidance among US adults and children [d]
  301. () Clearly we've only just begun: developing effective prevention programs for intimate partner violence [d]
  302. () Exploiting temporal network structures of human interaction to effectively immunize populations [d]
  303. () Art of explanation: making your ideas, products, and services easier to understand [i]
  304. () Misinformation and its correction: continued influence and successful debiasing [p] [d]
  305. () Impacting community sustainability through behavior change: a research framework [d]
  306. Valerie Maholmes & Rosalind Berkowitz King [ed] () The Oxford handbook of poverty and child development [i] [d]
  307. Stanley A. Morain & Amelia M. Budge [ed] () Environmental tracking for public health surveillance [i]
  308. () Unmet social needs worsen health [u]
  309. Darcia Narváez, Jaak Panksepp, Allan N. Schore, & Tracy R. Gleason [ed] () Evolution, early experience and human development: from research to practice and policy [i] [d]
  310. Rafael Obregon & Silvio R. Waisbord [ed] () The handbook of global health communication [i] [d]
  311. () Getting the message across: does the use of drama aid education in palliative care? [d]
  312. () Differences in life expectancy due to race and educational differences are widening, and many may not catch up [d]
  313. () Conservation and the microbiome [and comment] [p] [d] [j]
  314. Sara Rubinelli & A. Francisca Snoeck Henkemans [ed] (/2014) Argumentation and health [i] [d]
  315. (/2014) Teaching argumentation theory to doctors: why and what [i] [d]
  316. () Adolescence: a foundation for future health [p] [d]
  317. () Accounting for context in studies of health inequalities: a review and comparison of analytic approaches [d]
  318. () Healers: extraordinary clinicians at work [i]
  319. () Governing how we care: contesting community and defining difference in U.S. public health programs [i]
  320. () Behavior theory in health promotion practice and research [i]
  321. () Network interventions [p] [d] [j]
  322. Elizabeth M. Vera [ed] () The Oxford handbook of prevention in counseling psychology [i] [d]
  323. Laura Westra, Colin L. Soskolne, & Donald W. Spady [ed] () Human health and ecological integrity: ethics, law and human rights [i] [d]
  324. () Miles to go before we sleep: racial inequities in health [d]
  325. () Mental health and global well-being [d]
  326. () From health care reform to public health reform [d]
  327. () Lessons from San Francisco: health impact assessments have advanced political conditions for improving population health [d]
  328. Nisha Botchwey, Andrew L. Dannenberg, & Howard Frumkin [ed] (/2022) Making healthy places: designing and building for well-being, equity, and sustainability [or: Making healthy places: designing and building for health, well-being, and sustainability] [i]
  329. Erlinda M. Burton, Stephen A. Matthews, ManChui Leung, Susan P. Kemp, & David T. Takeuchi [ed] () Communities, neighborhoods, and health: expanding the boundaries of place [i] [d]
  330. () Harnessing the placebo effect: the need for translational research [p] [d]
  331. () Change of heart: what psychology can teach us about spreading social change [i]
  332. () Nutrition and nutritional supplements to promote brain health [i] [d]
  333. () Using geographic information systems and decision support systems for the prediction, prevention, and control of vector-borne diseases [d]
  334. () Free and simple GIS as appropriate for health mapping in a low resource setting: a case study in eastern Indonesia [d]
  335. () Doing the right thing: measuring wellbeing for public policy [u]
  336. Howard S. Friedman [ed] () The Oxford handbook of health psychology [i] [d]
  337. () The cultural authority of science: public trust and acceptance of organized science [p] [d]
  338. Gerd Gigerenzer & J. A. Muir Gray [ed] () Better doctors, better patients, better decisions: envisioning health care 2020 [i] [d] [j]
  339. () The urban context: a place to eliminate health disparities and build organizational capacity [d]
  340. () A large-scale dissemination and implementation model for evidence-based treatment and continuing care [d]
  341. () Life span and end-of-life health communication [i] [d]
  342. () Ethics in health services and policy: a global approach [i]
  343. Paula E. Hartman-Stein & Asenath La Rue [ed] () Enhancing cognitive fitness in adults: a guide to the use and development of community-based programs [i] [d]
  344. () The developmental origins of health [d]
  345. () Spatially explicit multi-criteria decision analysis for managing vector-borne diseases [p] [d]
  346. () Using global positioning systems in health research: a practical approach to data collection and processing [d]
  347. () Drugs and drug policy: what everyone needs to know [i]
  348. () Disease maps: epidemics on the ground [i] [d]
  349. () Doctor, your patient will see you now: gaining the upper hand in your medical care [i]
  350. () Time banking and health: the role of a community currency organization in enhancing well-being [d]
  351. () Place, not race: disparities dissipate in southwest Baltimore when blacks and whites live under similar conditions [p] [d]
  352. () Engineering a safer world: systems thinking applied to safety [i] [d] [u]
  353. () Using visual and narrative methods to achieve fair process in clinical care [d]
  354. () Bullying, suicide, and homicide: understanding, assessing, and preventing threats to self and others for victims of bullying [i] [d]
  355. Juliana A. Maantay & Sara McLafferty [ed] () Geospatial analysis of environmental health [i] [d]
  356. () The placebo phenomenon and medical ethics: rethinking the relationship between informed consent and risk–benefit assessment [p] [d]
  357. (/2021) Child and adolescent suicidal behavior: school-based prevention, assessment, and intervention [i]
  358. () Use of spatial analysis to support environmental health research and practice [p] [d]
  359. () A gradient of childhood self-control predicts health, wealth, and public safety [p] [d]
  360. () Educating health professionals in low-resource countries: a global approach [i]
  361. Rory C. O'Connor & Jane Pirkis [ed] (/2016) The international handbook of suicide prevention [i] [d]
  362. Eskild Petersen, Lin H. Chen, & Patricia Schlagenhauf-Lawlor [ed] (/2017) Infectious diseases: a geographic guide [i] [d]
  363. () How 'geotags' could track developing world science [u]
  364. () Join the club: how peer pressure can transform the world [i]
  365. () Transnational migration and global health: the production and management of risk, illness, and access to care [d]
  366. () Refocusing knowledge generation, application, and education: raising our gaze to promote health across boundaries [d]
  367. David Stuckler & Karen Siegel [ed] () Sick societies: responding to the global challenge of chronic disease [i] [d]
  368. () The effects of spatial population dataset choice on estimates of population at risk of disease [d]
  369. () Self-compassion, self-regulation, and health [d]
  370. () The effectiveness of a telephone-based tobacco cessation program offered as part of a worksite health promotion program [p] [d]
  371. () Advancing the science of community-level interventions [d]
  372. () How scientists use social media to communicate their research [p] [d]
  373. () Participatory approach to identify interventions to improve the health, safety, and work productivity of smallholder women vegetable farmers in the Gambia [d]
  374. () Developing preventive mental health interventions for refugee families in resettlement [d]
  375. () Kernels vs. ears, and other questions for a science of treatment dissemination [d]
  376. () Health impact assessments are needed in decision making about environmental and land-use policy [d]
  377. () How can medical anthropologists contribute to contemporary conversations on 'illegal' im/migration and health? [p] [d]
  378. () No longer simply a practice-based research network (PBRN): health improvement networks [d]
  379. () Community development efforts offer a major opportunity to advance Americans' health [d]
  380. () Conceptual challenges in the translation of research into practice: it's not just a matter of 'communication' [d]
  381. () Activity space environment and dietary and physical activity behaviors: a pilot study [d]
  382. () Combating resistance: the case for a global antibiotics treaty [d]
  383. () Enabling methods for community health mapping in developing countries [d]
  384. () Integrating a One Health approach in education to address global health and sustainability challenges [d]
  385. (/2016) Principles of health interoperability: SNOMED CT, HL7 and FHIR [i] [d]
  386. Tim Brown, Sara McLafferty, & Graham Moon [ed] () A companion to health and medical geography [i] [d]
  387. () The contribution of urban foodways to health disparities [d]
  388. () Entre el 'sano temor' y el 'miedo irrazonable': la Campaña Nacional Contra el Cáncer en México [d]
  389. () Prevention program development and evaluation: an incidence reduction, culturally relevant approach [i] [d]
  390. () The role of causality in information acceptance in narratives: an example from science communication [d]
  391. () The roots of the recovery movement in psychiatry: lessons learned [i] [d]
  392. Sarah Dry & Melissa Leach [ed] () Epidemics: science, governance, and social justice [i] [d]
  393. () Capability and clinical success [d]
  394. () Biological, clinical, and ethical advances of placebo effects [p] [d]
  395. () Acculturation, socioeconomic status, and health among Hispanics [d]
  396. () Promoting walking and bicycling: assessing the evidence to assist planners [d]
  397. () Participatory epidemiology: use of mobile phones for community-based health reporting [p] [d]
  398. () Finding synergy: reducing disparities in health by modifying multiple determinants [d]
  399. () Participatory mapping for raising disaster risk awareness among the youth [d]
  400. () Well-being as discourse: potentials and problems for studies of organizing and health inequalities [d]
  401. Gary P. Green & Ann Goetting [ed] () Mobilizing communities: asset building as a community development strategy [i]
  402. Craig Hadley [ed] () Anthropological perspectives on migration and health [i] [d]
  403. () The epicenter of translational science [d]
  404. Sheila B. Kamerman, Shelley A. Phipps, & Asher Ben-Aryeh [ed] () From child welfare to child well-being: an international perspective on knowledge in the service of policy making [i] [d]
  405. () 'Whose inquiry is this anyway?': money, power, reports, and collaborative inquiry [d]
  406. () Cultural constraints in the design of pictographic symbols [d]
  407. (/2019) Knowledge synthesis [in health professions] [i] [d]
  408. Antony Morgan, Erio Ziglio, & Maggie Davies [ed] () Health assets in a global context: theory, methods, action [i] [d]
  409. () Behavior change support systems: a research model and agenda [i] [d]
  410. () Breaking the expertise barrier: understanding activist strategies in science and technology policy domains [d]
  411. () The power of positive deviance: how unlikely innovators solve the world's toughest problems [i] [u]
  412. () Conceptualizing the healthscape: contributions of time geography, location technologies and spatial ecology to place and health research [d]
  413. () Cultural consonance and psychological well-being: estimates using longitudinal data from an Amazonian society [d]
  414. () Global water pollution and human health [d]
  415. () El rincón de los olvidados: participatory GIS, experiential learning and critical pedagogy in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic [d]
  416. () Uncertainty in mapping malaria epidemiology: implications for control [d]
  417. Tim Swanwick, Kirsty Forrest, & Bridget C. O'Brien [ed] (/2019) Understanding medical education: evidence, theory, and practice [i] [d]
  418. () Speed kills: the complex links between transport, lack of time and urban health [d]
  419. () An overview on the history and concept of care pathways as complex interventions [d]
  420. Taryn Vian, William D. Savedoff, & Harald Mathisen [ed] () Anticorruption in the health sector: strategies for transparency and accountability [i]
  421. () Huikahi restorative circles: a public health approach for reentry planning [u]
  422. () The structure of argumentation in health product messages [d]
  423. () Trade-offs and depletion in choice [d]
  424. () Tools for thoughtful action: the role of ecosystem approaches to health in enhancing public health [p] [d] [j]
  425. () Beyond eating right: the emergence of civic dietetics to foster health and sustainability through food system change [d]
  426. () Mind-body interventions to reduce risk for health disparities related to stress and strength among African American women: the potential of mindfulness-based stress reduction, loving-kindness, and the NTU therapeutic framework [d]
  427. () Fertility beyond the frontier: indigenous women, fertility, and reproductive practices in the Ecuadorian Amazon [d]
  428. () An updated atlas of human helminth infections: the example of East Africa [d]
  429. () Green care farms promote activity among elderly people with dementia [d]
  430. () Come take a walk with me: the 'go-along' interview as a novel method for studying the implications of place for health and well-being [d]
  431. () Dynamic maps: a visual-analytic methodology for exploring spatio-temporal disease patterns [d]
  432. () Photovoice: a review of the literature in health and public health [d]
  433. () Combining Google Earth and GIS mapping technologies in a dengue surveillance system for developing countries [d]
  434. () The changing nature of clinical decision support systems: a focus on consumers, genomics, public health and decision safety [p]
  435. () Toward the healthy city: people, places, and the politics of urban planning [i] [d]
  436. () Participatory photo mapping (PPM): exploring an integrated method for health and place research with young people [d]
  437. () Ethnic spirituality, gender and health care in the Peruvian Amazon [d]
  438. () Changing our unhealthy ways: emerging perspectives from social action theory [i]
  439. () Quality of life and health perceptions among fish-eating communities of the Brazilian Amazon: an ecosystem approach to well-being [d]
  440. () Slowing the growth of health care costs—lessons from regional variation [p] [d]
  441. () Resiliency in the face of disadvantage: do Hispanic cultural characteristics protect health outcomes? [p] [d]
  442. () Chasing molecules: poisonous products, human health, and the promise of green chemistry [i] [d]
  443. () The strength model of self-regulation failure and health-related behaviour [d]
  444. () Information visualization services in a library?: a public health case study [d]
  445. () Community-based advocacy training: applying asset-based community development in resident education [p] [d]
  446. () Physical activity behavior change interventions based on the transtheoretical model: a systematic review [p] [d]
  447. () Exploring hierarchies of knowledge in Peru: scaling urban grassroots women health promoters' expertise [d]
  448. () Chicago program applies public health principles to street violence [u]
  449. () Tracking the polio virus down the Congo River: a case study on the use of Google Earth in public health planning and mapping [d]
  450. Adrian Kay & Owain David Williams [ed] () Global health governance: crisis, institutions and political economy [i] [d]
  451. () Epigenetics and the embodiment of race: developmental origins of US racial disparities in cardiovascular health [d]
  452. () Community-based participatory research shows how a community initiative creates networks to improve well-being [d]
  453. () Behavioral mapping of residents' activity in five residential style care centers for elderly persons diagnosed with dementia: small differences in sites can affect behaviors [d]
  454. () Getting to better water quality outcomes: the promise and challenge of the citizen effect [d]
  455. () Frontiers in participatory rural appraisal and participatory learning and action: PRA and PLA in applied research [i]
  456. () Participatory rural appraisal: principles, methods and application [i] [d]
  457. () Improving environmental sanitation, health, and well-being: a conceptual framework for integral interventions [d]
  458. () What's next for science communication?: promising directions and lingering distractions [d]
  459. () A 10-year systematic review of HIV/AIDS mass communication campaigns: have we made progress? [d]
  460. Mary Ellen O'Connell, Thomas F. Boat, & Kenneth E. Warner [ed] () Preventing mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders among young people: progress and possibilities [i] [d] [u]
  461. () Water, ecology and health: ecosystems as settings for promoting health and sustainability [d]
  462. () Self-determination in medical education: encouraging medical educators to be more like blues artists and poets [d]
  463. () Settings for health promotion: an analytic framework to guide intervention design and implementation [d]
  464. Monica Prendergast & Juliana Saxton [ed] () Applied theatre: international case studies and challenges for practice [i]
  465. () Community campaigns, supply chains, and protecting the health and well-being of workers [d]
  466. () How numeracy influences risk comprehension and medical decision making [p] [d]
  467. Osvaldo E. Sala, Laura A. Meyerson, & Camille Parmesan [ed] () Biodiversity change and human health: from ecosystem services to spread of disease [i]
  468. () Effective risk communication: a message-centered approach [i] [d]
  469. () Remote sensing, geographical information system and spatial analysis for schistosomiasis epidemiology and ecology in Africa [d]
  470. () Virtual globes and geospatial health: the potential of new tools in the management and control of vector-borne diseases [p] [d] [u]
  471. () Healing spaces: the science of place and well-being [i]
  472. () Rethinking intergenerational transmission(s): does a wellbeing lens help?: the case of nutrition [d]
  473. () The psychology of lifestyle: promoting healthy behaviour [i]
  474. () Aligning identities, emotions, and beliefs to create commitment to sustainable social and political action [p] [d]
  475. () Connected community and household food-based strategy (CCH-FBS): its importance for health, food safety, sustainability and security in diverse localities [d]
  476. () Humanity's burden: a global history of malaria [i] [d]
  477. () Feel! think! act!: a guide to interactive drama for sexual and reproductive health with young people [i] [u]
  478. () Credibility [of scientists] [p] [d]
  479. () Variations in meanings of the personal core value 'health' [d]
  480. () Community health assessment using self-organizing maps and geographic information systems [d]
  481. () The school-based health center as a resource for prevention and health promotion [d]
  482. Massimiano Bucchi & Brian Trench [ed] (/2014) Routledge handbook of public communication of science and technology [i] [d]
  483. () Challenges and successes in reducing health disparities: workshop summary [i] [d] [u]
  484. () Eating as an automatic behavior [p] [u]
  485. () After the crash: research-based theater for knowledge transfer [d]
  486. Carol J. Pierce Colfer [ed] () Human health and forests: a global overview of issues, practice, and policy [i] [d]
  487. () The healthy aging brain: sustaining attachment, attaining wisdom [i]
  488. () Just health: meeting health needs fairly [i] [d]
  489. () Crude reflections: oil, ruin and resistance in the Amazon rainforest = Cruda realidad: petróleo, devastación y resistencia en la Amazonía [i]
  490. () Implementation matters: a review of research on the influence of implementation on program outcomes and the factors affecting implementation [p] [d]
  491. () What's mine is yours: open source as a new paradigm for sustainable healthcare education [p] [d]
  492. () Evidence-based kernels: fundamental units of behavioral influence [d]
  493. () A salutogenic interpretation of the Ottawa Charter [d]
  494. () Mental health checkups for children and adolescents: a means to identify, prevent, and minimize suffering associated with anxiety and mood disorders [d]
  495. () Making research relevant: if it is an evidence-based practice, where's the practice-based evidence? [d]
  496. () Meta-analytic examination of the strong and weak principles across 48 health behaviors [p] [d]
  497. () The cure within: a history of mind-body medicine [i]
  498. () Human health effects of air pollution [p] [d]
  499. () Building human resilience: the role of public health preparedness and response as an adaptation to climate change [d]
  500. () Blocking the transmission of violence [u]
  501. () Transdisciplinary science: the nexus between communication and public health [d]
  502. () From local to global empowerment: health promotion in action [i] [d]
  503. () Bewitchment, biology, or both: the co-existence of natural and supernatural explanatory frameworks across development [p] [d]
  504. () Sustainable prevention of water associated infection risks: an awareness campaign using visual media [i] [d]
  505. (/2014) Primer to the immune response [i] [d]
  506. Medact [ed] () Global health watch 2: an alternative world health report [i] [u]
  507. () Development communication sourcebook: broadening the boundaries of communication [i]
  508. () Geospatial approaches for disease risk communication in marginalized communities [d]
  509. () What would the Ottawa Charter look like if it were written today? [d]
  510. () Community psychology: challenges, controversies and emerging consensus [i]
  511. () Community health workers: social justice and policy advocates for community health and well-being [d]
  512. () Lead poisoning: using transdisciplinary approaches to solve an ancient problem [d]
  513. () Evaluating theories of health behavior change: a hierarchy of criteria applied to the transtheoretical model [d]
  514. () Retaking rationality: how cost–benefit analysis can better protect the environment and our health [i]
  515. () Staging data: theatre as a tool for analysis and knowledge transfer in health research [d]
  516. () Liberating voices: a pattern language for communication revolution [i] [d] [u]
  517. () 'I choose life': contemporary medical and religious practices in the Navajo world [i]
  518. () Use of health communication and social marketing principles in planning occupational safety and health interventions [d]
  519. () Medical students' perceptions of the poor: what impact can medical education have? [p] [d]
  520. () Making the need salient and the benefits clear: a commentary on mental health checkups for children and adolescents [d]
  521. () Dramatic insights: a report of the effects of a dramatic production on the learning of student nurses during their mental health course component [d]
  522. () Closing the gap in a generation: health equity through action on the social determinants of health: Commission on Social Determinants of Health final report [i]
  523. () Individual space–time activity-based modelling of infectious disease transmission within a city [d]
  524. Heather M. Zoller & Mohan J. Dutta [ed] () Emerging perspectives in health communication: meaning, culture, and power [i]
  525. Michael J. Zvolensky & Jasper A. Smits [ed] () Anxiety in health behaviors and physical illness [i] [d]
  526. () Keep the best, change the rest: participatory tools for working with communities on gender and sexuality [u]
  527. () The health journey: understanding the dimensions of care and treatment for people with HIV: a community-centred methodology [i] [u]
  528. () Assessment of the nutrition and physical activity education needs of low-income, rural mothers: can technology play a role? [d]
  529. (/2009) How everyday products make people sick: toxins at home and in the workplace [i] [d] [j]
  530. () Community-based collaboration: an overarching best practice in prevention [d]
  531. () Deliberative mapping: a novel analytic-deliberative methodology to support contested science-policy decisions [d]
  532. () Hunger of the body and hunger of the mind: African American women's perceptions of food insecurity, health and violence [p] [d]
  533. () Unintended effects of health communication campaigns [d]
  534. COMPAS [ed] () Learning endogenous development: building on bio-cultural diversity [i] [d] [u]
  535. () Nutrition education: linking research, theory, and practice [i]
  536. () Medical students' attitudes toward underserved patients: a longitudinal comparison of problem-based and traditional medical curricula [d]
  537. () Science communication media for scientists and the public [d]
  538. () Creating a recovery-oriented system of behavioral health care: moving from concept to reality [d]
  539. () Using participatory design to develop (public) health decision support systems through GIS [d]
  540. () Herd: how to change mass behaviour by harnessing our true nature [i]
  541. () Reflection: a neglected art in health promotion [d]
  542. () How doctors think [i]
  543. () Assembling a global database of malaria parasite prevalence for the Malaria Atlas Project [d]
  544. () Made to stick: why some ideas survive and others die [i]
  545. () The economics, technology, and neuroscience of human capability formation [p] [d]
  546. () The process of developing audiovisual patient information: challenges and opportunities [d]
  547. () Is there a (volunteer) doctor in the house?: free clinics and volunteer physician referral networks in the United States [d]
  548. () Promoting and protecting mental health as flourishing: a complementary strategy for improving national mental health [p] [d]
  549. Luciano L'Abate [ed] () Low-cost approaches to promote physical and mental health: theory, research, and practice [i]
  550. () Health promotion practice: building empowered communities [i]
  551. () The shape of things to come: why age structure matters to a safer, more equitable world [i] [u]
  552. () The contribution of a gender perspective to the understanding of migrants' health [d]
  553. () A visual dashboard for moving health technologies from 'lab to village' [d]
  554. () From evidence-based practice making to practice-based evidence making: creating communities of (research) and practice [d]
  555. () Eavesdropping on health: a naturalistic observation approach for social health research [d]
  556. () Space–time clustering of case–control data with residential histories: insights into empirical induction periods, age-specific susceptibility, and calendar year-specific effects [d]
  557. () Towards understanding the health vulnerability of indigenous peoples living in voluntary isolation in the Amazon rainforest: experiences from the Kugapakori Nahua Reserve, Peru [d]
  558. () Grassroots comics: a development communication tool [i] [u]
  559. () The making of a tropical disease: a short history of malaria [i]
  560. () Mapping as a visual health communication tool: promises and dilemmas [p] [d]
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  562. () Social marketing meets health literacy: innovative improvement of health care providers' comfort with patient interaction [d]
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