Health Education and Community Empowerment: Conceptualizing and Measuring Perceptions of Individual, Organizational, and Community Control

@article{Israel1994HealthEA,
  title={Health Education and Community Empowerment: Conceptualizing and Measuring Perceptions of Individual, Organizational, and Community Control},
  author={B. Israel and B. Checkoway and A. Schulz and M. Zimmerman},
  journal={Health Education \& Behavior},
  year={1994},
  volume={21},
  pages={149 - 170}
}
The fundamental conditions and resources for health are peace, shelter, edu cation, food, income, a stable ecosystem, sustainable resources, social justice, and equity. Improvement in health requires a secure foundation in these basic prerequisites.1 
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