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  1. Health promotion: planning & strategies - Jackie M. Green, Keith Tones, Ruth Cross, James Woodall 2015

    Book Recommended

  2. Health Psychology in Australia - Jill Dorrian, Einar Thorsteinsson, Mirella Di Benedetto, Katrina Lane-Krebs 2017

    Book Recommended

  3. Public health and epidemiology at a glance - Margaret Somerville, K. Kumaran, Rob Anderson 2016

    Book Recommended

  4. Week 1 2 items
    1. Health in All Policies in South Australia: what has supported early implementation? - Toni Delany, Angela Lawless, Frances Baum, Jennie Popay 13/08/2015

      Article Required

  5. Week 2. Workshop 2: What are some challenges with the social-cognitive theories of health? 5 items
    1. Time to retire the theory of planned behaviour - Falko F. Sniehotta, Justin Presseau, Vera Araújo-Soares 02/01/2014

      Article Recommended

  6. Week 3. Workshop 3: What does it mean to be disadvantaged in Australian society? 6 items
  7. Week 5. Workshop 4: How has public health policy shaped the use of tobacco? 7 items
    1. Strategic science with policy impact - Kelly D Brownell, Christina A Roberto 06/2015

      Article Required

    2. The challenges in developing a rational cannabis policy - Wayne Hall, Michael Lynskey 05/2009

      Article Recommended

  8. Week 6. Workshop 5: What are some alternatives to one-on-one mental health treatment? 5 items
    1. Interventions to reduce suicides at suicide hotspots: a systematic review and meta-analysis - Jane Pirkis, Lay San Too, Matthew J Spittal, Karolina Krysinska 11/2015

      Article Required

    2. What Is Recovery? A Conceptual Model and Explication - Nora Jacobson, Dianne Greenley 04/2001

      Article Required

    3. School-Based Programs for Increasing Connectedness and Reducing Risk Behavior: A Systematic Review - Rebekah L. Chapman, Lisa Buckley, Mary Sheehan, Ian Shochet 2013-3

      Article Recommended

  9. Week 7. Workshop 6: When might health promotion backfire? 3 items
    1. User characteristics of a smartphone app to reduce alcohol consumption - Claire Garnett, David Crane, Robert West, Susan Michie 2017-3-17

      Article Recommended

    2. Evidence-Based Prevention for Adolescent Substance Use - Erin Harrop, Richard F. Catalano 07/2016

      Article Recommended

  10. Week 8. Workshop 7: What are some dissemination challenges for violence prevention? 6 items
    1. The contemporary refugee crisis: an overview of mental health challenges - Derrick Silove, Peter Ventevogel, Susan Rees 06/2017

      Article Required

    2. Efficacy of a Universal Brief Intervention for Violence Among Urban Emergency Department Youth - Patrick M. Carter, Maureen A. Walton, Marc A. Zimmerman, Stephen T. Chermack 09/2016

      Article Required

    3. Child and family health in the era of prevention: new opportunities and challenges - Bernard F. Fuemmeler, Pamela Behrman, Maija Taylor, Rebeccah Sokol 2017-2

      Article Recommended

  11. Week 10. Workshop 8: Why don’t people get enough exercise? 6 items
    1. The rising prevalence of comorbid obesity and eating disorder behaviors from 1995 to 2005 - Anita Darby, Phillipa Hay, Jonathan Mond, Frances Quirk 03/2009

      Article Required

    2. “That's not what we do”: Evidence that normative change is a mechanism of action in group interventions - Tegan Cruwys, S. Alexander Haslam, Nicole E. Fox, Hayley McMahon 02/2015

      Article Recommended

  12. Week 11. Workshop 9: Explain the role that another government department(s), besides Health, has in health promotion? 3 items
    1. Sleep and Delinquency: Does the Amount of Sleep Matter? - Samantha S. Clinkinbeard, Pete Simi, Mary K. Evans, Amy L. Anderson 2011-7

      Article Recommended

  13. Week 12. Workshop 10: Health – what’s gender got to do with it? 3 items
    1. Gender differences in health: Are things really as simple as they seem? - Sally Macintyre, Kate Hunt, Helen Sweeting 1996-2

      Article Recommended

  14. Week 13. Workshop 11: What are key considerations related to cost-effectiveness in health services? 4 items
    1. Return on investment of public health interventions: a systematic review - Rebecca Masters, Elspeth Anwar, Brendan Collins, Richard Cookson 2017

      Article Required

    2. Acceptability of programme budgeting and marginal analysis as a tool for routine priority setting in Indigenous health - Michael E. Otim, Augustine D. Asante, Margaret Kelaher, Ian P. Anderson 07/2016

      Article Recommended

  15. Past Central Exam Papers 1 item
    1. Past Central Exam Papers

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