This book is essential reading for health psychology, public health, allied health, social work, health promotion and nursing researchers, students and practitioners and also health and human services program officials. It will also be of interest to those involved with the design of health promotion and behaviour change interventions across the health and human services.
2. Models of behaviour change and health promotion
3. Achieving effectiveness in health promotion programs: evidence, infrastructure and action
4. Eating and nutrition
5. Sexual health and behaviour change
6. Alcohol and drug use: Theoretical integration of interventions to prevent harm.
7. Changing physical activity and exercise patterns
8. Tobacco dependence, smoking prevention and cessation
9. Management of depression
10. Interventions for insomnia
11. Problematic gambling behaviour
12. Crash and injury prevention
13. Self-management and chronic illness
14. Pushing the boundaries of evidence-based research: enhancing the application and sustainability of health promotion programs in diverse populations
15. The way forward in the design and development of effective behaviour change programs
Thomas, Shane A. Professor and Director of Primary Care Research, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Monash University, Melbourne, Australia.