Book Review: Planning Health Promotion Programs: An Intervention Mapping Approach (Fourth edition)

Assistant practitioner Lorraine Hicking-Woodison reviews Planning Health Promotion Programs: An Intervention Mapping Approach

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Planning Health Promotion Programs: An Intervention Mapping Approach

L Kay Bartholomew Eldredge, Christine M Markham, Robert AC Ruiter, María E Fernández, Gerjo Kok and Guy S Parcel

Jossey-Bass (Wiley)

£75.00 hardcover | 704pp

ISBN: 9781119035497

This book is a guide to planning health promotion programme using interventional mapping. Interventional mapping is a protocol for developing effective behavioural change. The mapping is characterised by three perspectives: an ecological approach; participation of all stakeholders, and the use of theories and evidence.

It is divided into two sections: foundations and intervention mapping steps. The first reviews theories often used in health promotion and education, behaviour theories and environment theories.

The second explores and explains intervention mapping steps and includes case studies. There is a discussion question and learning activity, a summary and


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