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Ecological Public Health: Reshaping the Conditions for Good Health
Preface Acknowledgements Glossary Part 1: Images and Models of Public Health 1. Introducing the Notion of Ecological Public Health 2. Defining Public Health 3. The Recevied Wisdom of Public HealthExpand
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Conventional and ecological public health.
  • G. Rayner
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Public health
  • 1 September 2009
This paper suggests that current models of public health are no longer sufficient as a means for understanding the health challenges of the anthropogenic age, and argues for an alternative based uponExpand
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Ecological Public Health
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Trade liberalization and the diet transition: a public health response.
Trade liberalization remains at the forefront of debates around globalization, particularly around the impact on agriculture and food. These debates, which often focus on how poorer countries canExpand
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Obesity: a growing issue for European policy?
In Europe, concerns about obesity have been stimulated by trends in several member states, raising challenges for multilevel governance. This paper gives a picture of obesity in Europe, pointing toExpand
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Multidisciplinary public health: leading from the front?
This article argues that public health historically evolved in Britain as a multidisciplinary project. The return to its multidisciplinary roots remains an essential but insufficient condition forExpand
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Policy councils on food, nutrition and physical activity: the UK as a case study.
International experience of Policy Councils on food and nutrition has developed over recent decades but they have not received the attention that is due to them. The 1992 International Conference onExpand
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Beyond the Golden Era of public health: charting a path from sanitarianism to ecological public health.
The paper considers the long-term trajectory of public health and whether a 'Golden Era' in Public Health might be coming to an end. While successful elements of the 20th century policy approach needExpand
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