Planning health promotion at a local level

  • John Kemm
  • Ann Close
Chapter

Abstract

To understand how to plan health promotion activities at a local (district) level.

Keywords

Schizophrenia Smoke Hunt Milton 

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Further Reading

  1. Chalmers J., Lockerbie L., Hepburn W. and Lutz W. (1992). Health and community surveys. London: Macmillan / International Epidemiological Association / WHO.Google Scholar

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© John Kemm and Ann Close 1995

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  • John Kemm
  • Ann Close

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