Public Health Yearbook 2011

Joav Merrick, MD, MMedSci, DMSc, (Editor)
Medical Director, Health Services, Division for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Services, Jerusalem, Israel
Division of Adolescent Medicine, KY Children’s Hospital, Department of Pediatrics, Lexington, Kentucky, USA
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Jerusalem, Israel
Division of Pediatrics, Hadassah Hebrew University Medical Centers, Mt Scopus Campus, Jerusalem, Israel
School of Public Health, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Series: Health and Human Development
BISAC: HEA028000

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In this Public Health Yearbook 2011 the authors will touch upon several topics like health risk communication, translational research, primary care, AIDS, tuberculosis, smoking, alcohol and drug screening and finally in the last section discuss primary health care development. Health risk communication deals with planned or unplanned communication to the public about the nature, impact and management of a wide array of health threats, such as cancer, HIV/AIDS or influenza pandemics.
Current important research questions are raised and this book provides several comprehensive up-to-date reviews on important public health areas. Worldwide partnerships, collaborations and communications between professionals and society so that new kinds of knowledge and knowledge networks can be developed. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

Preface

Introduction
Public health year book 2011
(Joav Merrick)

SECTION ONE - HEALTH RISK COMMUNICATION

Chapter 1
Improving the effectiveness of mass-mediated health campaigns: Overcoming barriers to risk communication
(Enny Das)

Chapter 2
Increasing medication Adherence in LEP (low-English proficiency) Latino populations: Merging speech act theory and cultural competency
(Lisa M Guntzviller)

Chapter 3
Evidence presentations in risk communication from a selective exposure perspective
(Matthias R Hastall and Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick)

Chapter 4
Examining the role of media coverage and trust in public health agencies in H1N1 influenza prevention
(Nancy Nien-Tsu Chen and Sheila T Murphy)

Chapter 5
Exploring the relationship between genre-specific television viewing and tanning beliefs and attitudes
(Hyunyi Cho and Nick Carcioppolo)

Chapter 6
Reporting the Risks of the 2009 Swine Flu Pandemic: Coverage in Major U.S. Newspapers
(Nan Yu, Dennis Owen Frohlich, Jared.Fougner and Lezhao Ren)

Chapter 7
The portrayal of health problems in entertainment television: implications for risk perception and health promotion
(Marijke Lemal, Kathleen Custers and Jan Van den Bulck)

Chapter 8
News coverage of public health issues: The role of news sources and the processes of news construction
(Tsung-Jen Shih, Dominique Brossard and Rosalyna Wijaya)

Chapter 9
Dance4life. Evaluating a global HIV and AIDS prevention program for youth using the Pre-Im framework for process evaluation
(Julia CM van Weert, Silvia ST Hermanns, Annemiek Linn and Barbara C Schouten)

Chapter 10
Influence of incidental affect and message framing on persuasion: The case of promoting sun protection behaviors
(Xiaoli Nan)

SECTION TWO - TRANSLATIONAL RESEARCH

Chapter 11
What is translational research? Background, concepts, and a definition
(Erica Bell, Siobhan Harpur, Kathleen Doherty, Janet Struber and Lorraine Davies)

Chapter 12
Participative research and policy
(Ruth Stewart, Sandy Oliver, Cathy Coppinger and Christine Cavanagh)

Chapter 13
Communicating health data
(David E Nelson, Michael R Spieker and Bradford W Hesse)

Chapter 14
Priority driven research in primary health care: How well has the Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute performed in knowledge translation?
(Rhian Parker and Philip Davies)

Chapter 15
Talking to women about smoking: Informing policy and developing effective practice
(Jude Robinson, David Lewis, Denise Hinton and Louise Laverty)

Chapter 16
Best practice in using evidence for health policy: Do we know what it is?
(Erica Bell, Suzie Waddingham, Elaine Hosken, Natalie Rudling, Sandra Murray, Suzanne Martin and Melissa Wagner)

Chapter 17
Performance assessment at the gateway of the health care system: the case of the Netherlands
(Gert P Westert and Francois G Schellevis)

Chapter 18
Translational research and multimorbidity: Need for a paradigm-shift
(Pauline Boeckxstaens, Sofie Bekaert, An De Sutter and Jan De Maeseneer)

Chapter 19
Vertical integration of health insurance and care provision: Does it improve service delivery?
(Arthur Hayen, Bert R Meijboom and Gert P Westert)

Chapter 20
Evaluating pharmaceutical policy impacts using interrupted time series analysis: An Australian case study
(Anna Kemp, David B Preen, Frank M Sanfilippo, John Glover, James Semmens and Elizabeth E Roughead)

Chapter 21
Validity and performance assessment: The structure, process, outcome relationship
(Uzor C Ogbu and Onyebuchi A Arah)

Chapter 22
Research partnership and knowledge transfer in the development of a generic evaluation toolkit for health promotion interventions in primary care
(Aideen Dunne, Angela Scriven and Andrew Howe)

SECTION THREE - AIDS AND OTHER PUBLIC HEALTH ISSUES

Chapter 23
When stereotypes become life threatening: Knowledge and attitudes about HIV/AIDS among older adult women and their health care providers
(Jennifer Hillman and Molly Beiler)

Chapter 24
High occurrence of G6PD deficiency and diversity of hemoglobin variants in Bhuyan primitive tribe of Sundargarh district of North-western Orissa, India
(Ranbir S Balgir)

Chapter 25
Credible neglect in incredible India: Regional pattern of gender bias in child health in India
(Nilanjan Patra)

Chapter 26
Public health challenges of sickle cell disorders, ƒÒ-thalassemia syndrome and G6PD deficiency in scheduled caste and scheduled tribe communities of Central India
(Ranbir S Balgir)

Chapter 27
Biological effects of economic transition in Poland
(Slawomir Koziel and Kaushik Bose)

Chapter 28
Ethnicity difference of dietary sodium intake in relation to hypertension in Canada
(Frank Mo, Bernard CK Choi and Howard Morrison)

Chapter 29
Legislative smoking bans for reducing secondhand smoke exposure, smoking prevalence and tobacco consumption
(Janice Christie)

Chapter 30
Alcohol and drug screening of occupational drivers for preventing injury
(Robin Christian)

Chapter 31
Interventions for preventing infectious complications in hemodialysis patients with central venous catheters
(Anhua Qiao)

Chapter 32
The effect of flexible working conditions on employee health and wellbeing
(Rasika Jayasekara)

SECTION FOUR ¡V PRIMARY HEALTH CARE DEVELOPMENT

Chapter 33
The curious case of a research centre: Evolution along the evidence journey
(Karen Grimmer-Somers, Saravana Kumar, Steve Milanese and Susan Hillier)

Chapter 34
Evidence into practice and policy: iCAHE experiences
(Steve Milanese, Lucy Lizarondo, Saravana Kumar and Karen Grimmer-Somers)

Chapter 35
Practical practice guidelines for remote and Indigenous health
(Janet Struber)

Chapter 36
Identifying and exploring barriers to managing elevated blood pressure: Using qualitative means to get quantitative evidence into practice
(Faline S Howes, Emily C Hansen and Mark R Nelson)

Chapter 37
Translating stories of clinical practice into narratives for reflection
(Glen Curran)

Chapter 38
Research capacity-building in primary health care: What works?
(Erica Bell, Lorraine Davies, Kathryn Squibb and Rebecca Cannell)

Chapter 39
Achieving high performance quality in primary healthcare: The Dutch example
(Marjan J Faber, Jako S Burgers, Richard Grol and Gert P Westert)

Chapter 40
Guideline adherence in practice: The gap between theory and practice explored
(Marjolein Lugtenberg, Jako S Burgers and Gert P Westert)

Chapter 41
Research methods for pharmacy practice development
(Constantine G Berbatis and V Bruce Sunderland)

Chapter 42
The workload of the general practitioner and adherence to guidelines: How workload affects provision of care
(Michael J van den Berg)

SECTION FIVE ¡V ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Chapter 43
About the editor

Chapter 44
About the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

SECTION SIX - INDEX

Index

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