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Technology-Based Health Promotion

  • Sheana Bull - University of Colorado, Denver, USA, University of Colorado, USA


January 2011 | 296 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Designed for courses in health promotion, public health, health science, and social science, "Technology-Based Health Research & Program Evaluation" examines the role that technology can play in the promotion of health and the prevention of disease. The author also cautions that we need to consider ways to maximize technology for health promotion without sacrificing the critical and effective traditional strategies that we know can be effective to help people choose and sustain healthy behaviors.
 
SECTION ONE: ORIENTATION TO TECHNOLOGY BASED HEALTH PROMOTION
 
1. A Primer on Technology Based Health Promotion
 
2. Ethical Issues in Technology Based Health Promotion
 
SECTION TWO: UNIQUE ASPECTS OF TECHNOLOGY BASED PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT, IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION
 
3. Technology Based Health Program Development
 
4. Technology Based Program Implementation
 
5. Program Evaluation for Technology Based Health Promotion
 
6. Case Studies in Computer-Based Health Promotion
 
7. Case Studies in Internet-Based Health Promotion
 
8. Case Studies in Mobile Phone-Based Health Promotion
 
Epilogue

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