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An Ecological Perspective on Health Promotion Programs
An ecological model for health promotion is proposed which focuses on both individual and social environmental factors as targets for health promotions and addresses the importance of interventions directed at changing interpersonal, organizational, community, and public policy factors which support and maintain unhealthy behaviors. Expand
Health behavior and health education : theory, research, and practice
There are evidence-based clinical practice guidelines for most major behavioral health risks, including tobacco use, unhealthy diet, sedentary lifestyle, risky drinking, and diabetes management and there are parallel research-based guidelines for the health care system changes and policies needed to assure their delivery and use. Expand
Creating healthy food and eating environments: policy and environmental approaches.
An ecological framework for conceptualizing the many food environments and conditions that influence food choices is described, with an emphasis on current knowledge regarding the home, child care, school, work site, retail store, and restaurant settings. Expand
The role of behavioral science theory in development and implementation of public health interventions.
An overview of the state of the science of theory use for designing and conducting health-promotion interventions and identifies cross-cutting themes and important future directions for bridging the divides between theory, practice, and research. Expand
Nutrition Environment Measures Survey in stores (NEMS-S): development and evaluation.
The NEMS-S tool was found to have a high degree of inter-rater and test-retest reliability, and to reveal significant differences across store types and neighborhoods of high and low socioeconomic status. Expand
Healthy Nutrition Environments: Concepts and Measures
The authors provide a conceptual model of a healthy nutrition environment, then review the types of measures required to assess various aspects of this environment. Measures fall into priorityExpand
Health Behavior and Health Education
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Theory at a glance: a guide for health promotion practice (Second edition).
This monograph Theory at a Glance: Application to Health Promotion and Health Behavior (Second Edition) describes influential theories of health-related behaviors processes of shaping behavior andExpand
Why Americans eat what they do: taste, nutrition, cost, convenience, and weight control concerns as influences on food consumption.
The results suggest that nutritional concerns, per sc, are of less relevance to most people than taste and cost, and nutrition education programs should attempt to design and promote nutritious diets as being tasty and inexpensive. Expand
The effectiveness of worksite nutrition and physical activity interventions for controlling employee overweight and obesity: a systematic review.
It is found that worksite nutrition and physical activity programs achieve modest improvements in employee weight status at the 6-12-month follow-up, and the findings appear to be applicable to both male and female employees, across a range of worksite settings. Expand