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Three facets of public health and paths to improvements : behavior, culture, and environment

Author: Beth Ann Fiedler
Publisher: London : Academic Press, 2020.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Provides an overview on how specific indicators like environment, culture and behavior play a role in developing improved outcomes for public health in local, regional, national and global health policy and concerns." -From publisher.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(OCoLC)1127067263
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Beth Ann Fiedler
ISBN: 9780128190142 0128190140
OCLC Number: 1157191108
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Intro --
Three Facets of Public Health and Paths to Improvements: Behavior, Culture, and Environment --
Copyright --
Dedication --
Contents --
Contributors --
Preface --
Section A: Behavioral impact on public health --
Chapter 1: Intersecting global health metrics with personal change --
Focusing global data and risk behaviors on individual patients --
Where business, health care professionals, and social science data can converge --
Associated behaviors, metabolic risks, and your health --
Aggregated global behavior and metabolic risk factors on mortality United States national chronic disease indicators and mortality --
Local syndromic surveillance in Duval County, Florida, USA --
Discussion --
Recommendations: A place for new data models at the organization and practice level --
Conclusion --
Acknowledgments --
References --
Supplementary reading recommendations --
Definitions --
Chapter 2: Dont sit this one out: Moderating the negative health impact of sedentary behavior at work --
Sitting to death --
General overview of applicable behavior change theories --
Research methodology --
Overview of methods --
Search protocol Findings, raw data, and behavior change implications --
Major goals and targeted behavior change (TBC) related to sedentary inactivity --
Intervention prescriptions (IPs) for sedentary behavior and interpretation --
Behavior change approaches (BCAs) related to sedentary inactivity and interpretation --
Major themes related to sedentary behavior change --
Outcome goal setting --
Environmental adaptation --
Self-monitoring of behavior --
Information on health consequences and social support --
Directions on how to perform behavior(s), and advice or feedback on behavior Minor, emerging, and outlier themes related to sedentary behavior change --
Social/peer environment change, activity or action planning, and problem solving --
Behavior substitutes through habit formation and routine-making --
Behavior evaluation and rehearsal --
Risks and rewards, cues and prompts, and goal review --
Emerging and outlier themes --
Summation: Application of findings --
Recommendations and tools for change --
Conclusion --
Acknowledgment --
References --
Supplementary reading recommendations --
Definitions Chapter 3: Alcohol-related harm among college students: Past issues and future directions --
College student drinking: Alcohol use and alcohol-related harm --
Risk factors of alcohol-related harm among college students --
Individual level --
Student-body level --
College and community level --
What doesnt work to reduce college student drinking and related problems --
Changes in college student drinking since the ``Call to Action ́́report --
Alternative prevention approaches: Targeting individual risk factors --
Feedback approaches for alternative targets --
Drinking motivation feedback
Responsibility: edited by Beth Ann Fiedler.

Abstract:

"Provides an overview on how specific indicators like environment, culture and behavior play a role in developing improved outcomes for public health in local, regional, national and global health policy and concerns." -From publisher.

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