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Health impacts of exposure to second hand smoke (SHS) amongst a highly exposed workforce: Survey of London casino workers (2007)
Journal Article
Gilmore, A. B., Pilkington, P. A., Pilkington, P., Gray, S., & Gilmore, A. (2007). Health impacts of exposure to second hand smoke (SHS) amongst a highly exposed workforce: Survey of London casino workers. BMC Public Health, 7(257), https://doi.org/10.1186/1471-2458-7-257

Background. Casino workers are exposed to high levels of secondhand smoke (SHS) at work, yet remain at risk of being excluded from smoke-free legislation around the world. If the prime motivation for smoke-free legislation is the protection of worker... Read More about Health impacts of exposure to second hand smoke (SHS) amongst a highly exposed workforce: Survey of London casino workers.

Project jump: Young people's perspectives on a sexual health drama project for hard to reach young people (2007)
Journal Article
Orme, J., Salmon, D., & Mages, L. (2007). Project jump: Young people's perspectives on a sexual health drama project for hard to reach young people. Children & Society, 21(5), 352-364. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1099-0860.2006.00065.x

This article explores the qualitative process findings from an evaluation of Project Jump - a sexual health drama project for hard to reach young people. Project Jump aimed to enable young people to consider their sexual behaviour and its impact and... Read More about Project jump: Young people's perspectives on a sexual health drama project for hard to reach young people.

Missed opportunities? Locating health promotion within multidisciplinary public health (2007)
Journal Article
Orme, J., de Viggiani, N., Naidoo, J., & Knight, T. (2007). Missed opportunities? Locating health promotion within multidisciplinary public health. Public Health, 121(6), 414-419. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2007.02.005

This paper examines the complex interconnections between the development of health promotion and multidisciplinary public health, respectively. Health promotion takes a distinctive interdisciplinary and multiprofessional perspective on health. Histor... Read More about Missed opportunities? Locating health promotion within multidisciplinary public health.

Trainees' experiences of multidisciplinary public health training schemes in England (2007)
Journal Article
Pilkington, P., Dowling, S., J Barnes, G., Lindfield, T., & Pritchard, A. (2007). Trainees' experiences of multidisciplinary public health training schemes in England. Public Health, 121(6), 432-437. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.puhe.2007.02.007

From 1999 onwards most English NHS regions launched multidisciplinary public health training schemes. These schemes were open to those from backgrounds other than medicine and followed on from the announcement of a new multidisciplinary Public Health... Read More about Trainees' experiences of multidisciplinary public health training schemes in England.

Planning for healthy communities (2007)
Journal Article
Grant, M., & Brown, C. (2007). Planning for healthy communities. Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association-, 76(2), 42-43

2006 - A year of health and planning (2007)
Journal Article
Grant, M. (2007). 2006 - A year of health and planning. Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association-, 76(2), 47-49

EVENTS IN the real worlds of human health and of global sustainability seem to have stepped up a pace. In tandem, the ‘constructed’ worlds of ‘public health’ and ‘planning’ are struggling – not struggling to keep up; but struggling to meet up. This... Read More about 2006 - A year of health and planning.

Natural medicine for planners (2007)
Journal Article
Brown, C., & Grant, M. (2007). Natural medicine for planners. Town and Country Planning -London- Town and Country Planning Association-, 76(2), 67-69

Caroline Brown and Marcus Grant review the evidence of links between urban nature and human health and well-being - and recommend ways in which planners can play doctor and use nature itself as an urban medicine.

Primary care professionals and social marketing of health in neighbourhoods: A case study approach to identify, target and communicate with ‘at risk’ populations (2007)
Journal Article
Powell, J., Tapp, A., Orme, J., & Farr, M. (2007). Primary care professionals and social marketing of health in neighbourhoods: A case study approach to identify, target and communicate with ‘at risk’ populations. Primary Health Care Research and Development, 8(1), 22-35. https://doi.org/10.1017/S1463423607000047

Aim: In this article the authors illustrate using a case study approach how primary care professionals can use the combination of geodemographic data with hospital episode statistics (HES) to predict the location of people yat risk’ of diabetes melli... Read More about Primary care professionals and social marketing of health in neighbourhoods: A case study approach to identify, target and communicate with ‘at risk’ populations.



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