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Evaluation in health promotion : principles and perspectives
conceptualization (thinking/ learning) Reflective observation (thinking)
Development and evaluation of an oral health literacy instrument for adults.
- Dania A Sabbahi, H. Lawrence, H. Limeback, I. Rootman
- Community dentistry and oral epidemiology
- 1 October 2009
OBJECTIVES To develop and validate an instrument to measure the functional oral health literacy of adults. METHODS For the generation of items different dental patient educational materials and… Expand
A framework for health promotion evaluation.
Literacy and health research in Canada: where have we been and where should we go?
This article reviews current literature and research on literacy and health and identifies priorities for research on this topic in Canada. Information sources included documents found through an… Expand
Quality of life indicators and health: Current status and emerging conceptions
Quality of life is an increasingly common theme in the health status and health promotion literatures. Six approaches that consider quality of life and health are reviewed. These are (a)… Expand
Lifelong Educational Practices and Resources in Enabling Health Literacy Among Older Adults
Objectives: The goal of this study is to examine the role of lifelong educational and learning practices and resources in enabling health literacy. Method: A subsample of older adults (n = 2,979)… Expand
Voluntary Withdrawal from a Total Adult Socializing Organization: A Model.
- I. Rootman
- 22 January 1972
Developing and evaluating a relevant and feasible instrument for measuring health literacy of Canadian high school students.
- Amery D. Wu, Deborah L. Begoray, +5 authors I. Rootman
- Health promotion international
- 1 December 2010
Health literacy has come to play a critical role in health education and promotion, yet it is poorly understood in adolescents and few measurement tools exist. Standardized instruments to measure… Expand
Smoking among disadvantaged women: causes and cessation.
- M. Stewart, A. Gillis, +7 authors B. A. Pawliw-Fry
- Psychology, Medicine
- The Canadian journal of nursing research = Revue…
- 13 April 1996
This study aimed to identify social-psychological factors associated with smoking and smoking cessation among disadvantaged women. Individual and group interviews were conducted with disadvantaged… Expand