Health promotion in the community

  • John Kemm
  • Ann Close


To develop a greater understanding of the opportunities for health promotion in the community and the ways in which it can be delivered.


Health Promotion Health Care Worker School Nurse Health Visitor Community Nurse 
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© John Kemm and Ann Close 1995

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  • John Kemm
  • Ann Close

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