DescriptionIntroduction to Global Health Promotion addresses a breadth and depth of public health topics that students and emerging professionals in the field must understand as the world's burden of disease changes with non-communicable diseases on the rise in low- and middle-income countries as their middle class populations grow. Now more than ever, we need to provide health advocacy and intervention to prevent, predict, and address emerging global health issues. This new text from the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) prepares readers with thorough and thoughtful chapters on global health promotion theories, best practices, and perspectives on the future of the field, from the individual to the global level.
The world's biggest health care challenges—including HIV, malaria, heart disease, smoking, and violence, among others—are explored in detail in Introduction to Global Health Promotion. The state of the science, including the latest empirical data, is distilled into 19 chapters that update readers on the complex issues surrounding a variety of illnesses and conditions, and disease epidemics and individual, social, institutional, and governmental barriers to preventing them. Expert authors bring to the fore human rights issues, new uses of technology, and practical application of theory. These perspectives, along with the book's multidisciplinary approach, serve to create a well-rounded understanding of global health today.
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The Editors xxi
The Contributors xxvii
Chapter 1 The State of Global Health 1
Chapter 2 Global Health Promotion: The State of the Science 31
David V. McQueen
Chapter 3 Global Health Promotion and the Social Determinants of Health 49
Kumanan Rasanathan and Alyssa Sharkey
Chapter 4 Models of Health Behavior Change: International Applications 65
Rick S. Zimmerman, Zhiwen Xiao, Purnima Mehrotra, and Charles Roy
Chapter 5 Two Health Communication Approaches: Communication for Behavioral Impact (COMBI) and Entertainment Education 99
Everold N. Hosein, May G. Kennedy, and Sandra de Castro Buffington
Chapter 6 Global Health Promotion in the Context of Human Rights 129
Elvira Beracochea and Lubna Ahmed
Chapter 7 eHealth and Global Health Promotion 145
Sheana S. Bull, Gretchen Domek, and Deborah Thomas
Chapter 8 Reducing Maternal and Infant Mortality: Meeting a Global Challenge 173
Chapter 9 Malaria Prevention and Control 191
Fouzia Farooq and Elke S. Bergmann-Leitner
Chapter 10 Global Immunization Initiatives from a Health Promotion Perspective 209
Marilyn E. Rice, Jon K. Andrus, Virginia Swezy, and Rick S. Zimmerman
Chapter 11 The Evolving Global HIV Pandemic: Epidemiology, Prevention, and Future Priorities 239
Ralph J. DiClemente, Puja Seth, and Purnima Mehrotra
Chapter 12 Community-Based Risk Communication in Epidemics and Emerging Disease Settings 271
Renata Schiavo, Karen M. Hilyard, and Ewart C. Skinner
Chapter 13 Noncommunicable Diseases (NCDs): Moving Toward Health Promotion 303
C. James Hospedales, Andr´e Pascal Kengne, Branka Legetic, and Adriana Blanco Marquizo
Chapter 14 Women's Cancers 339
Silvana Luciani and Irene Agurto
Chapter 15 Health Promotion in Families and Communities: An Integrated Approach from Latin America and the Caribbean 363
Fernando Zacarias, Adrian Diaz, Manuel Pena, Adela Paez Jimenez, Leticia Martinez, and Gina Tambini
Chapter 16 Oral Health Promotion 383
Margaret Scarlett and Gary L. Kreps
Chapter 17 Adaptation and Implementation of Public Health Innovations in Developing Countries 425
Bonita Stanton, Xiaoming Li, and Linda Kaljee
Chapter 18 Health Promotion in the Global Setting: The Role of International Organizations and Governments 445
John (Jack) Bryant and F. Curtiss Swezy
Chapter 19 The Future of Global Health Promotion 467
Rick S. Zimmerman, Jon K. Andrus, and C. James Hospedales
Author Index 491
Subject Index 499
- Partnership: Developed and endorsed by Society for Public Health Education, a world leader in training and advocacy for health education and health promotion.
- Editors: All four editiors are major contributors in the field.
- Breadth: Comprehensive coverage of global health promotion, including maternal and child mortality, HIV, chronic disease prevention, and nutrition health promotion.
- Academic potential: Positioned as a required text for undergrad and intro-level graduate courses.