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Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in Clinical Practice (Health Promotion & Disease Prevention in Clin Practice) Second Edition by Steven H. Woolf MD (Editor), Steven Jonas MD (Editor), Evonne Kaplan-Liss MD MPH (Editor) & out of 5 stars 11 ratings /5(9). Incorporating the latest guidelines from major organizations, including the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, this book offers the clinician a complete overview of how to help patients adopt healthy behaviors and to deliver recommended screening tests and immunizations. Chapters provide practical guidance on how to counsel patients about exercise, nutrition, tobacco use, substance use 3/5(1). Suggested Citation:"EXECUTIVE SUMMARY."National Research Council. Perspectives on Health Promotion and Disease Prevention in the United gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Employee health promotion programs have been shown to be an effective method of improving the health of employees. In the Office of Public Health and Environmental Hazards funded the VHA Employee Health Promotion Disease Prevention (EHPDP) Program to develop a comprehensive program and to evaluate its effectiveness within the Size: 2MB.
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