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Commissioning Health and Wellbeing
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Commissioning Health and Wellbeing



October 2013 | 216 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

This new text supports commissioners in translating current aspirations for public mental and physical health into tangible commissioning strategies. At a time when there are major changes in commissioning arrangements, this book provides a carefully structured and comprehensive look at the resources designed to improve population health and wellbeing outcomes. It examines critically how these resources, both human and financial, can be used in practice, focusing on health and wellbeing as well as illness. The book takes a life-course approach and examines commissioning for children, working-age adults and older people.

 

It will be valuable reading for those taking postgraduate courses in commissioning and leadership and management in a healthcare context, as well as broad courses on public health and health promotion.

 

Chris Heginbotham OBE FRSPH is Visiting Professor at the University of Cumbria and Emeritus Professor of Mental Health Policy and Management at the University of Central Lancashire.

Karen Newbigging is a Senior Lecturer in the Health Services Management Centre at the University of Birmingham and is a Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.

 
Introduction
 
Health and Wellbeing - Theoretical Considerations
 
Equity in Health and Wellbeing - Gaps and Gradients
 
Planning, Commissioning and Evaluating Health and Wellbeing Interventions
 
Engaging Citizens in Commissioning for Health and Wellbeing
 
Sweeping Shadows Away: Children, Adolescents and Future Adults
 
Adults, Employment and Alochol
 
Depression, Diabetes, Dementia
 
Social Relationships and Health: Mental Wellbeing for People at Risk of Social Isolation
 
Effective Implementation
 
Effectiveness and Cost-effectiveness: Accountability for Outcomes
 
Preventive and Health Promoting Strategies

An excellent addition that covers a wide variety of key areas of subject modules and student interests

Mrs Karen Burton
Please select your department, Neath Port Talbot College
May 22, 2014

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Chapter One: Introduction