Application of Health Promotion Theories and Models for Environmental Health

@article{Parker2004ApplicationOH,
  title={Application of Health Promotion Theories and Models for Environmental Health},
  author={E. Parker and G. Baldwin and B. Israel and Maria A. Salinas},
  journal={Health Education \& Behavior},
  year={2004},
  volume={31},
  pages={491 - 509}
}
The field of environmental health promotion gained new prominence in recent years as awareness of physical environmental stressors and exposures increased in communities across the country and the world. Although many theories and conceptual models are used routinely to guide health promotion and health education interventions, they are rarely applied to environmental health issues. This article examine show health promotion theories and models can be applied in designing interventions to… Expand
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