I: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: History and Areas of Importance. 1. Introduction: The Importance of Behavior in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: R.J. DiClemente, J.M. Raczynski. 2. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention: A Historical Perspective; D.M. Macrina. II: Theoretical Models and Evaluation Methods in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. 3. Theoretical Approaches Guiding the Development and Implementation of Health Promotion Programs; C.L. Kohler, D. Grimley, K. Reynolds. 4. Program Evaluation; L. Fish, L. Leviton. III: General/Cross-Cutting Issues. 5. Symptom Perception; M.M. Phillips, et al. 6. Health Care Seeking Behaviors; M.J. Gilliland, et al. 7. Stress, Coping, Social Support and Illness; L.F. Clark, et al. IV: Behavior Change for Risk Reduction. 8. Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation; S. Winders, et al. 9. Obesity and Nutrition; B.A. Spear, C. Reinold. 10. Physical Activity; B.K. Sanderson, H.A. Taylor Jr. 11. Alcohol and Drug Abuse; J.E. Schumacher, J.B. Milby. V: Behavior Change for Risk Reduction of Disease and Disability. 12. Cardiovascular Diseases; J.M. Raczynski, et al. 13. Cancer Prevention and Control; K.D. Reynolds, et al. 14. Intentional Injury; P.R. Fine, et al. 15. Unintentional Injury; P.R. Fine, et al. 16. Pulmonary Disorders; C.L. Kohler, et al. 17. Behavioral and Social Dimensions of Pain in Rheumatic Disease; L.A. Bradley. 18. Prevention of HIV/AIDS; R.J. DiClemente, et al. VI: Intervention Channels. 19. Schools as a Setting for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention; K.D. Reynolds, et al. 20. Planning Community Health Interventions; J.D. Gilliland, J.E. Taylor. 21. Health Promotion in Health Care Settings; M. Engle, P. Kratz. 22. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention at the Worksite; K.C. Brown, et al. VII: Special Populations and Issues. 23. Promoting the Health of Women and Children; L.V. Klerman. 24. Adolescents; R.J. DiClemente, B. Cobb. 25. Older Populations; M.M. Galvin, et al. 26. Women's Health and Health Behaviors; C.E. Cornell, et al. 27. Sociocultural Factors and Prevention Programs Affecting the Health of Ethnic Minorities; G.M. Wingood, B. Keltner. 28. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in Developing Countries; W. Mason, D. Coombs. VIII: Policy Perspectives. 29. The Role of Health Care Organization in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention; J.M. Bronstein. 30. Role of Health Departments in Health Promotion; S.A. Capper. 31. Cost-Effectiveness of Health Promotion Programs; E. Capilouto. IX: Future Directions in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention. 32. Promising Theoretical and Methodological Approaches and Future Directions in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Research and Practice; R.J. DiClemente, J.M. Raczynski.
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