'Settings' based health promotion: a review.

@article{Whitelaw2001SettingsBH,
  title={'Settings' based health promotion: a review.},
  author={Sarah Whitelaw and Anne Baxendale and Carol Bryce and Lindsay MacHardy and Ian M. Young and Emma Witney},
  journal={Health promotion international},
  year={2001},
  volume={16 4},
  pages={
          339-53
        }
}
Over the past 10 years, 'settings' based health promotion has become a central feature of efforts to promote health that recognize the significance of context. Emerging in part from a perception of an over-reliance on individualistic methods, the approach was built on a profound belief in its value and deployed a range of novel theoretical resources, mainly from organizational sociology and psychology. This initial enthusiasm has been maintained within policy directives, in the published… 

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