Taking the right action in the right way: a comparison of frameworks for assessing the health and quality of life of a postsecondary student campus community.

Abstract

The focus of campus health research, historically, has been on population health at the individual or aggregate level with little effort to examine the health of the students at a community level with a focus on the broader determinants of health and community-level intervention. The purpose of this article is to critique three models or frameworks of… (More)

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