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Health Behaviour and Health Education: Theory, Research and Practice.

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(2002). 3rd Edition. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.



The second of two resources that provided much of the background for The Use of Theory in Heart Health Promotion: What it can (and cannot tell us) by Jennifer Poole. In that document, Jennifer notes that this document "is longer [than The Use of Social Theory] and unfortunately has no Canadian contributors. However, it is an up to date overview of what the editors call the top theories in health behaviour and health education right now."

The Use of Social Theory to Develop Health Promotion Programs

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(1993). Toronto: Centre for Health Promotion (University of Toronto) and Participaction.



One of two resources that provided much of the background for The Use of Theory in Heart Health Promotion: What it can (and cannot tell us) by Jennifer Poole. In The Use of Theory, Jennifer notes that this "was published in 1993 and put together by some of the most respected professionals in health promotion. Their document is clear, comprehensive, Canadian and relatively concise."

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