2 edition of Public Health found in the catalog.
Henrick Hooper Hoffstaetter
June 1994 by Abbe Pub Assn of Washington Dc .
Written in English
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What is health promotion? Chapter Contents Defining health promotion 17 Health gain, health improvement and health development 18 Health education, health promotion and social marketing An outline of the scope of health promotion work is 18 Multidisciplinary public health 19 Involvement in public health 20 The scope of health promotion The vision of the Department of Public Health is to create a safe, healthy, and productive workforce capable of transforming the health of their local and global communities. What we offer The Department of Public Health offers the following degrees: Master of Public Health General (offered.
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