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Integrating student and teacher insights to a school-based alcohol program through co-design.

James Durl, Timo Dietrich, Ben Williams, Sharyn Rundle-Thiele,

School-based programs may be more effective when an array of stakeholders, including users, are involved during the relevant stages of program co-creation-specifically during key development stages such as design, implementation and evaluation. How such programs can be operationally co-created and tested is less known and is therefore the purpose of ... Read more >>

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Student-senior isolation prevention partnership: a Canada-wide programme to mitigate social exclusion during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sumana Christina Naidu, Monisha Persaud, Natasha Yasmin Sheikhan, Geoffrey Sem, Victoria O'Driscoll, Laura Diamond, Natalie Pitch, Nitish Dhingra, Dominik Alex Nowak, Kerry Kuluski,

Amidst the pandemic, Canada has taken critical steps to curb the transmission of the 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19). A key intervention has been physical distancing. Although physical distancing may protect older adults and other at-risk groups from COVID-19, research suggests quarantine and isolation may worsen mental health. Among older ... Read more >>

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Pathways linking parental health literacy with health behaviours directed at the child: a scoping review.

Maja Pawellek, Felicitas Maria Kopf, Nina Egger, Carolin Dresch, Uwe Matterne, Susanne Brandstetter,

Health literacy (HL) is thought to be crucial for the management of the manifold demands relating to child health which parents are faced with. Albeit many studies have investigated parental HL and health behaviours (HBs) directed at the child, knowledge about the pathways which link parental HL with HB is ... Read more >>

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Playing alone: can game design elements satisfy user needs in gamified mHealth services?

Robert Mitchell, Lisa Schuster, Hyun Seung Jin,

Chronic health conditions have necessitated the need for behavioral interventions (such as exercise programs) outside of clinical contexts, increasingly managed through technology such as mobile health (mHealth) services. Gamification has emerged as a promising tool to facilitate greater engagement in these services; however, no studies investigate the links between specific ... Read more >>

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Physical activity disparities across Europe: clustering European regions by health-related physical activity levels.

Fernando Lera-Lopez, Rocio Marco,

In the context of stagnating global levels of physical activity (PA), this study examines the geographical segmentation of PA at the regional level (196 regions) in Europe. Cluster analysis and multinomial logistic regression are applied. Cluster analysis provides a taxonomy of four differentiated groups according to the health-related PA levels ... Read more >>

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Conducting tobacco industry informant interviews: lessons and implications for commercial determinants of health research.

Christina Watts, Suzan Burton, Becky Freeman,

Investigating and exposing tobacco industry tactics to oppose and interfere with tobacco control policymaking is crucial to advancing public health. Whilst past investigations of tobacco industry activities have largely focused on secondary sources of information, such as publicly available tobacco industry documents, the collection of first-hand evidence from key informants ... Read more >>

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Rise and demise: a case study of public health nutrition in Queensland, Australia, over three decades.

Amanda Lee, Christina Stubbs, Dympna Leonard, Helen Vidgen, Deanne Minniecon, Mathew Dick, Katherine Cullerton, Lisa Herron,

This case study describes the delivery and achievements of the public health nutrition programme in Queensland, Australia, over more than three decades. Analysis of publicly available documents related to statewide nutrition policy and programmes from 1983 to 2014 identified key inputs and programme impacts and outcomes, including an increase in ... Read more >>

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Pandemic-related racial discrimination and its health impact among non-Indigenous racially minoritized peoples in high-income contexts: a systematic review.

Aryati Yashadhana, Alexia Derbas, Jessica Biles, Julian Grant,

This study aims to review articles reporting the perspectives and experiences of pandemic-related discrimination among racially minoritized peoples in high-income contexts. We searched online databases (Medline, EMBASE, PsycINFO, Web of Science, and ProQuest) for peer-reviewed articles published between January 2002 and October 2020. Eligible studies reported either quantitative or qualitative ... Read more >>

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Use of Korean dramas to facilitate precision mental health understanding and discussion for Asian Americans.

Van My Ta Park, Cate Jongkyung Park, Charles Kim, Nhi Cristina Y Nguyen, Anh T Tran, Anna Chiang, Si-Inn J Rho, R Henry Olaisen, Quyen Vuong, Lisa G Rosas, Mildred K Cho,

Precision mental health holds great potential for revolutionizing care and reducing the burden of mental illness. All races and ethnicities such as Asian Americans, the fastest growing racial group in the United States (U.S.), need to be engaged in precision mental health research. Owing to its global popularity, Korean drama ... Read more >>

Health Promot Int (Health promotion international)
[2021, 36(5):1425-1438]

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Healthy settings: supported housing for people with mental and intellectual disabilities in Denmark.

Maj Britt Dahl Nielsen, Marie-Louise Mølbak, Line Raahauge Hvass, Anna Paldam Folker,

Supported housing for people with mental and intellectual disabilities (IDs) is an important setting for health and may contribute positively and negatively to residents' health. The aim of this study was to explore health promotion practices and services in supported housing in Denmark using a mixed-methods design comprising qualitative group ... Read more >>

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[2021, 36(5):1413-1424]

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The critical importance of community health workers as first responders to COVID-19 in USA.

Rahbel Rahman, Abigail Ross, Rogério Pinto,

COVID-19 has served to exacerbate existing health disparities and inequities, most-if not all-of which can be traced to the social determinants of health (SDOH) that affect specific populations and communities. Essential to health and health systems long before, community health workers are experts in addressing SDOH in community-based settings; however, ... Read more >>

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[2021, 36(5):1498-1507]

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Factors influencing the implementation of the Health Promoting University initiative: experiences of Ibero-American universities.

Mónica Suárez-Reyes, Mónica Muñoz Serrano, Stephan Van den Broucke,

The Health Promoting University (HPU) concept encourages universities to incorporate health into the university context. HPU initiatives exist worldwide, yet information on how universities translate the HPU concept into actions is scarce. This study aimed to identify the factors influencing the implementation of HPU initiatives in Ibero-American universities. Semi-structured interviews ... Read more >>

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[2021, 36(5):1346-1356]

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In the name of COVID-19: legitimizing the exclusion of community participation in Ecuador's health policy.

Irene Torres, Daniel López-Cevallos,

Global shifts toward a disease-oriented, vertical approach to health has involved limiting the right for communities to participate in decision-making. Ecuador's authoritarian legacy has forced civil society and social organizations to adopt 'coping strategies', while large protests recently derived into violent struggles. The country has been severely hit by the ... Read more >>

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[2021, 36(5):1324-1333]

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Advancing health literacy measurement in old age.

Nadine Konopik, Roman Kaspar, Susanne Penger, Frank Oswald, Ines Himmelsbach,

Health literacy is described as a domain of competence across the life-span, gaining particular prominence in light of age-associated health restrictions. However, no specific measurement approach has been proposed for old age. The aim of this study is to augment the existing HLS-EU-Q16 scale (16 items) by items sensitive to ... Read more >>

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[2021, 36(5):1310-1323]

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A bibliometric analysis of Health Promotion International content regarding unions, unionization and collective agreements.

Jessica Muller, Faisal A Mohamed, Mary Catherine Masciangelo, Morris Komakech, Toba Bryant, Anum Rafiq, Azeezah Jafry, Dennis Raphael,

A recent article brought together the health benefits of unionization and working under collective agreements. It was noted how Canadian health promotion texts, reports and statements made no mention of unionization and working under collective agreements as promoting health. This was seen as a significant omission and reasons for this ... Read more >>

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Development of a psychological empowerment measure for youth in rural Guatemala.

Michael Bakal, Maureen Lahiff, Julianna Deardorff,

Psychological empowerment (PE) is conceptualized as a context-dependent construct, yet few have studied its applicability to youth in international settings. The current study used a participatory approach to design a measure of empowerment for youth from a rural, Indigenous community in Guatemala and aimed to compare this new measure to ... Read more >>

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Social network moderators of the association between Ghanaian older adults' neighbourhood walkability and social activity.

Nestor Asiamah, Andrew Kweku Conduah, Richard Eduafo,

This study examined the moderating influences of active social networks (ASN), sedentary social networks (SSN) and ASN lost on the relationship between neighbourhood walkability and social activity in community-dwelling older adults aged 60 years or more in Accra, Ghana. A total of 863 individuals participated after G*Power 3.1 was utilized to ... Read more >>

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Online videos promote brain health literacy.

Sabina Brennan, Una Geary, Silvia Elena Gallagher,

Misinformation and lack of understanding of memory loss, dementia and brain health are barriers to dementia risk reduction and timely health seeking behaviour. Online video technology for health promotion has been popularised with the increase in online networks, improved access to technology, and the rise of online health seeking behaviour. ... Read more >>

Health Promot Int (Health promotion international)
[2021, 36(5):1243-1252]

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The role of work in gender identity, stress and health in low-income, middle-aged African-American men.

Dean Robinson, Luis Valdez, Lamont Scott, David Buchanan,

Although progress has been made in reducing disparities in life expectancy, addressing the persistence of health inequities by race remains a high priority for public health professionals. The purpose of this research was to refine a minority stress model (MSM) by identifying previously unrecognized factors contributing to stress and chronic ... Read more >>

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[2021, 36(5):1231-1242]

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Voluntary food fortification policy in Australia: did 'formal' stakeholder consultation influence the outcome?

Bronwyn Ashton, Cassandra Star, Mark Lawrence, John Coveney,

This research aimed to understand how the policy was represented as a 'problem' in food regulatory decision-making in Australia, and the implications for public health nutrition engagement with policy development processes. Bacchi's 'what's the problem represented to be?' discourse analysis method was applied to a case study of voluntary food ... Read more >>

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Creating supportive eating places: a systematic review of food service initiatives.

Julia Carins, Bo Pang, Taylor Willmott, Kathy Knox, Ryan Storr, Dianne Robertson, Sharyn Rundle-Thiele, Simone Pettigrew,

Obesity and diet-related health problems are complex, multi-factorial issues. Individual food choices are shaped by the wider context, and food environment level change is needed to support individual behaviour change. The food service sector can play an integral role, changing aspects of the food environment and contributing to improved consumer ... Read more >>

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[2021, 36(5):1368-1392]

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The relationship between general health behaviors and general health literacy levels in the Turkish population.

Ozcan Aygun, Selda Cerim,

The purpose of our study was to determine the health literacy level of the study participants and examine the relationship between health literacy levels and sociodemographic characteristics, health self-assessment levels and health protective behaviors. We recruited 826 individuals into the study, selecting the participants by using a systematic random sampling ... Read more >>

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Diffusion of complexity science into health promotion research and practice: foundations for a complex future.

Nastaran Keshavarz Mohammadi,

Health Promot Int (Health promotion international)
[2021, 36(5):1213-1218]

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Unmasking leadership.

Evelyne de Leeuw,

Health Promot Int (Health promotion international)
[2021, 36(5):1209-1212]

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An investigation of the health-promoting practices of Australian universities.

Hayden McDonald, Ryan Gould, Deborah Delaney, Nerina Vecchio,

Workplace health promotion programmes (WHPPs) are more likely to succeed where design and implementation account for the influence of health's complex, systemic nature. Thus, a greater understanding of how frameworks developed to progress WHPPs are operationalized across different countries and industries is needed. This study investigates health concerns targeted in ... Read more >>

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