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Health Promotion International


Title Abbreviation
Health Promot Int
ISSN
0957-4824
Electronic ISSN
1460-2245
Readership
Health Scientists, Health service researchers, Physicians, Public Health Professionals
Scope
Health Promotion International contains refereed original articles, reviews, and debate articles on major themes and innovations in the health promotion field. In line with the remits of the series of global conferences on health promotion the journal expressly invites contributions from sectors beyond health. These may include education, employment, government, the media, industry, environmental agencies, and community networks. As the thought journal of the international health promotion movement we seek in particular theoretical, methodological and activist advances to the field. Thus, the journal provides a unique focal point for articles of high quality that describe not only theories and concepts, research projects and policy formulation, but also planned and spontaneous activities, organizational change, as well as social and environmental development.
Sponsoring Association(s)
International Union for Health Promotion and Education (IUHPE), World Health Organization (WHO)
Publisher Name
Oxford University Press
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