Building Innovative Practice
- Linda J Jones - The Open University
- Jenny Douglas - The Open University
Other Health Specialties | Public Health
" analysis and use of information to improve health and wellbeing
" collaborative working to plan and implement programmes and interventions
" assessing evidence of effectiveness
" managing risk and reducing health inequalities
" reviewing and influencing public health policy.
Public Health: Building Innovative Practice provides students with knowledge and skills from which to build innovative practice. It is an ideal text for courses on public health and health promotion.
I was very impressed by this book. The chapters are clear and informative.We are due for a course review within the next year and I will be suggesting this book as a text on our reading lists.
Easy to read, helps to meet learning outcomes for module
This book was a pleasure to read with information presented in a clear and concise way. The prompt questions through out were also very useful. I would definitely recommend that this text is offered on a reading list for all students studying public health.
A good text, offers students an introduction to the concepts of Public Health. Good depth, and will offer students practical interventions into effective, innovative practice. Overall an interesting relevant text.
This book is well written, informative and easy to understand.
Well structured text covering concepts in Public Health and Health Promotion activities. The chapters on epidemiology and building evidence-based practice and evaluation are well written. Throughout the book the use of 'green boxes' to illustrate examples or highlight key points has been well thought out. A very good read.
This is an excellent textbook with a vast amount of current information relevant to Public Health Practice
A well presented book. The chapters follow a logical order and it explores all aspects of public health.
an excellent contemporary book that highlights a broad range of issues, health policy expectations and direction while taking into account the challenging times faced by commissioners and provider organisations of health and care provision.
An interesting text that provides a stimulating read for those working within or studying public health.