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  1. Lecture 1 - Introduction 1 item
    1. Health Promotion - Maurice B. Mittelmark, Ilona Kickbusch, Irving Rootman, Angela Scriven

      Chapter Recommended

  2. Lecture 2 - Health Promotion Values 2 items
    1. Te Tiriti o Waitangi-based practice in health promotion - Berghan, G., Came, H., Coupe, N., Doole, C., Fay, J., McCreanor, T 2017

      Book Recommended

  3. Lecture 3 - Health Promotion Ethics 4 items
    1. Ethics and Health Promotion - Stacy M. Carter

      Chapter Required

    2. ‘We don't tell people what to do’: ethical practice and Indigenous health promotion - Karen McPhail-Bell, Chelsea Bond, Mark Brough, Bronwyn Fredericks 12/2015

      Article Recommended

  4. Lecture 4 - Health Promotion Politics 1 item
    1. Towards a politics of health - Bambra, C., Fox, D., Scott-Samuel, A.

      Article Supplementary

  5. Lecture 5 - Theoretical roots in health promotion 1 item
  6. Lecture 6 2 items
    1. Health promotion: planning and strategies - Jackie Green, Ruth Cross, James Woodall, Keith Tones 2019, ©2019

      Book Supplementary

  7. Lecture 7 3 items
    1. Empowerment Theory - Marc A. Zimmerman

      Chapter Supplementary

  8. Lecture 8 2 items
    1. Evaluation of Empowerment in Health Promotion Interventions: A Systematic Review - Verena Lindacher, Janina Curbach, Berit Warrelmann, Susanne Brandstetter 09/2018

      Article Supplementary

  9. Lecture 9 2 items
  10. Lecture 10 3 items
    1. Health activism against barriers to indigenous health in Aotearoa New Zealand - H. A. Came Came, T. McCreanor McCreanor, T. Simpson Simpson 2017

      Article Required

    2. Using an Indigenist Framework for Decolonizing Health Promotion Research - Karen McPhail-Bell, Alison Nelson, Ian Lacey, Bronwyn Fredericks

      Chapter Supplementary

  11. Lecture 11 4 items
    1. Local community playgroup participation and associations with social capital - Cecily Strange, Alexander Bremner, Colleen Fisher, Peter Howat 08/2017

      Article Supplementary

  12. Lecture 12 2 items
  13. Lecture 13 3 items
    1. Beyond the accolades: a postcolonial critique of the foundations of the Ottawa Charter - Karen McPhail-Bell, Bronwyn Fredericks, Mark Brough 06/2013

      Article Recommended

  14. Lecture 14 3 items
  15. Lecture 15 4 items
    1. From therapeutic landscapes to healthy spaces, places and practices: A scoping review - Sarah L. Bell, Ronan Foley, Frank Houghton, Avril Maddrell 01/2018

      Article Required

    2. A Companion to Health and Medical Geography - Tim Brown, , Sara McLafferty, , and Graham Moon 2009

      Book Recommended

  16. Lecture 16 3 items
    1. Implementing empowerment-based Lay Health Worker programs: a preliminary study - Catherine D’Arcy, Ann Taket, Lisa Hanna 24/04/2018

      Article Recommended

  17. Lecture 17 3 items
    1. Advancing social connection as a public health priority in the United States - Holt-Lunstad, Julianne Robles, Theodore F & Sbarra, David A Sep 2017

      Article Required

    2. Smartphones and Close Relationships: The Case for an Evolutionary Mismatch - David A. Sbarra, Julia L. Briskin, Richard B. Slatcher 07/2019

      Article Recommended

    3. An evidence-based framework on community-centred approaches for health: England, UK - Jane South, Anne-Marie Bagnall, Jude A Stansfield, Kris J Southby 01/04/2019

      Article Recommended

  18. Lecture 18 4 items
    1. A scoping review of the implementation of health in all policies at the local level - Maria Guglielmin, Carles Muntaner, Patricia O’Campo, Ketan Shankardass 03/2018

      Article Recommended

  19. Lecture 19 2 items
    1. Social Ecological Approaches to Individuals and Their Contexts - Shelley D. Golden, Jo Anne L. Earp 06/2012

      Article Recommended

  20. Lecture 20 2 items
    1. Promoting health in Aotearoa New Zealand - Walton, Tu'Itahi, Stairmaid, Neely 2015

      Book Required

    2. Older Men Gardening on the Marae: Everyday practices for being Māori - Pita King, Darrin Hodgetts, Mohi Rua, Tiniwai Te Whetu 03/2015

      Article Recommended

  21. Lecture 21 3 items
    1. Promoting health in Aotearoa New Zealand - Walton, Tu'Itahi, Stairmaid, Neely 2015

      Book 

    2. Addressing social determinants of health inequities through settings: a rapid review - Lareen Newman, Fran Baum, Sara Javanparast, Kerryn O'Rourke 09/2015

      Article Recommended

  22. Lecture 22 4 items
    1. Foundations for health promotion - Jennie Naidoo, Jane Wills 2016

      Book Required

    2. Growing Community - Karen Block, Lisa Gibbs, Petra K. Staiger, Lisa Gold 08/2012

      Article Recommended

    3. Health promoting schools: consensus, strategies, and potential - Macnab, Andrew J Gagnon, Faith A Stewart, Donald 2014

      Article Recommended

    4. Health Education - A confluence of evidence - Thomas, Felicity Aggleton, Peter 2016

      Chapter Recommended

  23. Lecture 23 2 items
  24. Lecture 24 2 items
    1. Health Promotion Settings: Principles and Practice - by Angela Scriven, Margaret Hodgins

      Book Recommended