Part 1 Introduction and context.
1 The big picture: The context for a textbook on public health nutrition practice.
2 Defining public health nutrition as a field of practice.
3 A framework for public health nutrition practice.
Part 2 Intelligence.
4 Step 1: Community engagement and analysis.
5 Step 2: Problem analysis.
6 Step 3: Stakeholder analysis and engagement.
7 Step 4: Determinant analysis .
8 Step 5: Capacity analysis.
9 Step 6: Mandates for public health nutrition action.
10 Step 7: Intervention research and strategy options.
11 Step 8: Risk assessment and strategy prioritisation.
Part 3 Action.
12 Step 9: Writing action statements.
13 Step 10: Logic modelling.
14 Step 11: Implementation and evaluation planning.
15 Step 12: Managing implementation.
Part 4 Evaluation.
16 Step 13: Process evaluation.
17 Step 14: Impact and outcome evaluation.
18 Step 15: Evaluating capacity gains.
19 Step 16: Economic evaluation .
20 Step 17: Reflective practice and valorisation.
1 Intervention plan template.
2 Capacity building analysis tool.
summarises the steps that are necessary for successful intervention but it also provides a number of practical examples that will help understand each step of an intervention. It will also be of benefit to students as a key textbook, providing them with basic skills/knowledge in the area of PHN practice." (Journal Nutrition Bulletin, 1 September 2011)
- Clearly outlines the practice of PHN intervention management
- Covers rationale, processes and tools needed to develop effective interventions at community level
- Written by 2 internationally respected authorities on the discipline of Public Health Nutrition
- Essential text for dietitians, community and public health nutritions and related health professionals