AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis chapter explores concepts and definitions of health, health improvement, and well-being. These concepts will be deconstructed and critiqued in the context of underpinning theory and evidence of the individual, community and population approaches to health improvement and well-being. This is undertaken to allow the reader to appreciate the differences and similarities of these concepts. It will allow the reader to appreciate the contribution of these concepts to providing health, public health to the promotion of health improvement and well-being. The use of case studies will facilitate the integration of these concepts with practice in the fields of health, improvement, and well-being
CitationWilson, F., Massey, A., Mabhala, M. A. (2014). Making Sense of Health Improvement and Well-being. In F. Wilson, A. Massey, & M. A. Mabhala (Eds.), Health Improvement and Well-Being: Strategies for Action (pp. 1-23). Berkshire, United Kingdom: McGraw-Hill / Open University Press.
PublisherMcGraw-Hill / Open University Press
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