Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Scott McLean, Joan Feather and David Butler-Jones.|
|Contributions||Feather, Joan., Butler-Jones, David.|
|LC Classifications||RA427.8 .M395 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 140 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||2005415651|
Sustained health promotion requires institutionalizing it. This means ensuring that health promotion is integrated into the building blocks of financial and human resource planning, knowledge management, partnership building, and capacity . Building capacity means developing the qualities and characteristics of the individual, and shap- ing the organizational and social environment within which that indi- vidual will act. This book is based on the experiences of the Building Health Promo- tion Capacity . health promotion sees capacity building as an approach to the development of sustainable skills, organisational structures, resources, and commitment to health improvement in health and other sectors.1,2,5 This is achieved by strengthening and improving our capacity to. The workbook should be seen, not as a textbook on health promotion capacity building, but as a companion to the monograph on the project (McLean et al., ) and in conjunction with other literature on capacity building and population health promotion File Size: KB.
The Health Promotion Capacity Building team is part of the Health Promotion, Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention (HPCDIP) Department. We support Ontario’s public health system, community health care intermediaries and partner ministries. We assist our clients to plan, con-duct, and evaluate evidence-based interventions that promote health. What is capacity building? Capacity building is a name for the familiar concepts of community and workforce development. Capacity building taps into existing abilities of individuals, communities, organisations or systems to increase involvement, decision-making and ownership of issues. In a health promotion context. Capacity Building for Health Promotion Capacity building: we talk about it, we invest in it, we do it, but what do we mean by it and how can we measure it? This information sheet is designed for people working in different sectors who promote health. It aims to describe the levels of capacity building . Building capacity for health equity. deterMine – an eu consortium for action on the Socio economic determinants of health. a report of capacity building actions to address health inequalities and the socio-economic determinants of Size: KB.
AB S T R A C T Capacity building has been a topic in health promotion literature for several years. Similar constructs that preceded it include community development and community empowerment. . Building Health Promotion Capacity by Scott McLean, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Capacity building has been a topic in health promotion literature for several years. Similar constructs that preceded it include community development and community empowerment. Cited by: Capacity-building on leadership for health promotion 1 Background Over 25 years after the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion, many countries have developed health promotion policies, strategies and programmes. Various programmes are embedded in healthy settings such as health .