Health Education & Behavior
Health Educ Behav
ISSN (printed): 1090-1981. ISSN (electronic): 1552-6127.
A useful tool for academics and practitioners alike, Health Education & Behavior brings you coverage of the vital health issues six times a year - That's 816 pages annually of empirical research articles, case studies, programme evaluations, and review articles with potential practice applications of current scholarly research. Regular features include Perspectives, which offers thoughtful insights into complex subjects, and Program Notes, summarizing innovative programs in health education. Through articles, editorials, and special sections, each issue of HEB covers a wealth of information addressing such varied topics as: Theoretical and practical ways to implement change in health and social behaviour, AIDS, cardiovascular risk reduction, cancer, drug abuse, violence, chronic disease management, stress, social support, the environment, diverse populations of all ages and ethnic groups, empowerment, health care reform, cultural factors, ethics, international health, programme settings such as worksites, hospitals, clinics, communities and schools. Health Education & Behavior explores social and behavioural change as it affects health status and quality of life, as well as examining the processes of planning, implementing, managing, and assessing health education and social-behavioural interventions. HEB is a vital resource for practising health educators and researchers, as well as other health professionals and agencies.
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