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Australian health promotion practitioners' perceptions on evaluation of empowerment and participation

Although participation and empowerment are hallmarks of the WHO vision of health promotion, it is acknowledged that they are difficult to evaluate. Devising adequate study designs, indicators and methods for the assessment of participation and empowerment should consider the experiences, concerns and constraints of health promotion practitioners. The aim of this study was to investigate health promotion practitioners' perspectives on general and methodological aspects of evaluation of empowerment and participation.

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Want to Enhance brand Visibility Smartly? Here's How you Can!

Want to Enhance brand Visibility Smartly? Here's How you Can! | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
Infographic on Creating branding and authority business with smart business technique in making business branding with digital branding tools online
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10 Big, Recent Changes To Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin You Should Know

10 Big, Recent Changes To Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin You Should Know | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it

In search of a better social media strategy? Listen up: these changes will change the way you share.

 

Social media changes so fast that we often miss the small differences on each platform we use. Every now and then I find it really useful to do a roundup of what’s been changing on the big networks lately. Here are 10 changes I found that took place in the last couple of months, which could be useful for your social media strategy....


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Chevelle's curator insight, January 29, 2014 11:57 AM

Love the offline conversion metrics

Antoine Gravet's curator insight, January 31, 2014 3:03 AM

Vous suivez les actus de nos plus importants réseaux sociaux? Alors vous n'avez pas pu rater les plus gros changements qu'ils opèrent et vont opérer qui influenceront nos choix et nos comportements. Rappel.

Arianna Bejarano's curator insight, February 13, 2014 5:15 PM

The social media has changed the world today. Mostly everyone has a tweeter or even a Facebook but nobody nows the actually changes since tweeter and Facebook come out in the media. Well there are 10 bigs changes that make tweeter and Facebook one of the biggest social media today. 

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How Social Marketing Can Improve the Effectiveness of Social Entrepreneurs - On Social Marketing and Social Change

How Social Marketing Can Improve the Effectiveness of Social Entrepreneurs - On Social Marketing and Social Change | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
How can social marketing be applied by social entrepreneurs to achieve more effective, efficient, equitable and sustainable outcomes in pursuit of their vision? For many social enterprises, the use of marketing may be limited to the products and services they...
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WHO | Better health for poor children

WHO | Better health for poor children | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it

This document describes the need to address the issue of relations between poverty and child health. In addition to the description of the problem, the document discuss the use of already available effective and affordable interventions, and the influence of socio-cultural context on children's nutrition, health and development. Finally it raises the question of the economic benefits of investing in child health and nutrition and calls for renewed efforts to provide a fair chance of survival and health growth and development to all children.

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The effectiveness of social marketing interventions for health improvement: What's the evidence?

Social marketing provides a very promising framework for improving health both at the individual level and at wider environmental and policy-levels. Problems with research design, lack of conceptual understanding or implementation are valid research concerns.

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Health Promotion in Nursing Practice (6th Edition) – HEALTH LIVING

Health Promotion in Nursing Practice (6th Edition) – HEALTH LIVING | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
#Health Promotion in Nursing Practice (6th Edition) - http://t.co/oVNprn841g -
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Health Promotion, Infographics

Health Promotion, Infographics | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
Infographics are definitley becoming the web standing to self-promote, website design, graphic design, internet marketing and WordPress Blogs.
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Tribe vs Brand-Community – what is the difference? | Stephan Dahl

Tribe vs Brand-Community – what is the difference? | Stephan Dahl | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
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Mortalità infantile. In Italia meno decessi rispetto a media Ue e Usa. Ecco il report Istat - Quotidiano Sanità

Nel 2011, in Italia, si sono registrati 2084 decessi di bambini sotto i 5 anni di vita. Poco più di un secolo prima, nel 1887, se ne contavano 399.505.
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Doctors Can Use Facebook To Be More Accessible

Doctors Can Use Facebook To Be More Accessible | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it

A recent search for doctors on Facebook reveals more than 1,000 pages including a mixed bag of public figures like Mehmet Oz, authors (Ben Carson), and inevitably, fictitious characters like Dr. House. Scroll down a bit and you will start to see pages for physicians with everyday types of practices.


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Do “Experts” Value Patient and Family Input? | Center for Advancing Health

Do “Experts” Value Patient and Family Input? | Center for Advancing Health | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it

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Digital Health In 2014: The Imperative Of Connectivity

Digital Health In 2014: The Imperative Of Connectivity | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
Build it and they will come. I sense that this may be a guiding principle to digital health. Build a sexy device or a cool app and the democratization of healthcare will magically appear.
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Regional HIV knowledge hubs: a new approach by the health sector to transform knowledge into practice

This study aims to introduce the knowledge hub (KH) as an initiative to facilitate transformation of knowledge into practice and to highlight the activity and limitations with this new policy. The study was conducted through a review of articles; expert views in this field were sought for further information. Regional human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) KHs were developed by the World Health Organization and GTZ. A series of activities including capacity building, development of training models, technical assistance, and application of studies are provided through these hubs. However, financial limitations are the main obstacle in achieving these aims. This piece of work introduces these HIV hubs in order to help countries, particularly developing countries, provide the support needed to fight the progression of HIV.
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Optimize Your Landing Page Design By Seeing What Your Users See with Eyequant

Optimize Your Landing Page Design By Seeing  What Your Users See with Eyequant | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
EyeQuant instantly predicts how users look at your websites using technology developed by the world's top attention scientists at Caltech. No code required.

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Robin Good's curator insight, February 2, 2014 5:19 AM



Eyequant is a new web app which allows you to test and analyze instantly and web page design, landing or product page and to visualize for you the areas on the page that readers will pay most attention to.


The app does not require you to install any code or plugin on your site as it leverages scientific research data to evaluate, analyze and predict reader's behavior on any page without needing to use live traffic data.


Once you have submitted a web page by uploading it or by submitting its URL, Eyequant will be able to provide three different visual maps (attention map, hot spots, perception map) of your page showcasing the specific areas where reader's eyes will be drawn.


All visual maps produced by Eyequant can be easily exported to PDF, PPT and ZIP files. 


My comment: Excellent resource to gain valuabe insight into how to improve and optimize any web page. Definitely worth trying.



Free try out available (2 pages).


Try it out now: http://eyequant.com/ 


Pricing: http://eyequant.com/#!/pricing 





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Testé : 2 analyses gratuites de vos landing pages. Ensuite, les price plan ne sont pas donnés.

 

Jim's curator insight, February 12, 2014 5:58 PM

Here is a quick way to test your web site on three different levels. It's a good way to better understand 

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Socially Networked Academic | Stephan Dahl

Socially Networked Academic | Stephan Dahl | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it

Being an academic obviously means writing … sometimes a lot of writing. Which, fortunately in some cases can be a lonely experience…  sometimes, a bit too lonely for me. Luckily there is always the lovely social web … So here are the sites that sometimes make my day a little less lonely – my “academic social media” if you so want:

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What If Dr House Used Twitter: My TEDxNijmegen Talk is Available!

What If Dr House Used Twitter: My TEDxNijmegen Talk is Available! | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
I had the pleasure to give a talk at the recent amazing TEDxNijmegen event organized by the team of Lucien Engelen. I described how I used crowdsourcing in social media to find a diagnosis and what...
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Clinical practice handbook for safe abortion -WHO

Clinical practice handbook for safe abortion -WHO | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
Oriented to providers who already have the requisite skills and training necessary to provide safe abortion and/or treat complications of unsafe abortion.
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Social Media Implementation Checklist

Social Media Implementation Checklist | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it

Set goals first. If traffic, leads and sales are part of the goal, then gotta have the next focus be on content creation. Then, using social to share. Can't get much value out of social unless you're actively creating, publishing and sharing content. 


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Being active on Social media can really help your company.
rob halkes's curator insight, September 15, 2017 6:04 AM

You might think that after 10+ years, social media for healthcare is a self evident activity,! Nothing is less true, however ;-) But here's a checklist you need if you still need to sign up ;-) 


 

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Health Promotion Technician job - U.S. Army Public Health Command - Fort Bragg, NC

Health Promotion Technician job - U.S. Army Public Health Command - Fort Bragg, NC | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
January 22, 2014 - Health Promotion Technician - b This appointment includes but is not limited to: /b br ul li The participant assists the Army Wellness Center (AWC) with the delivery of six (#Job Health Promotion Technician - U.S.
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Glaxo to Stop Paying Doctors for Drug Promotion | Health Impact News

Glaxo to Stop Paying Doctors for Drug Promotion | Health Impact News | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
Drug giant GlaxoSmithKline has announced it will no longer pay health care professionals to promote its products or the diseases they treat to “audiences who can prescribe or influence prescribing.” Glaxo also plans to stop compensating its sales...
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Researchers’ app could aid pregnant women in the developing world

Researchers’ app could aid pregnant women in the developing world | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
Despite missing out on a $2-million funding grant, two B.C. scientists plan to purseu their invention, Phone Oximeter, with the help of a Vancouver tech company
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Health Promotion Board aims to motivate residents to lose 1 million kg in two years

Health Promotion Board aims to motivate residents to lose 1 million kg in two years | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it
Lose weight and win prizes - this is what residents are being told, as part of the first national campaign to incentivise healthy weight management. (Lose weight and win prizes.
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Social media use by health care profess - PubMed Mobile

AuthorsHamm MP, et al. Show all Journal Acad Med. 2013 Sep;88(9):1376-83. doi: 10.1097/ACM.0b013e31829eb91c. Affiliation Abstract PURPOSE: To conduct a scoping review of the literature on social media use by health care professionals and trainees. METHOD: The authors searched MEDLINE, CENTRAL, ERIC, PubMed, CINAHL Plus Full Text, Academic Search Complete, Alt Health Watch, Health Source, Communication and Mass Media Complete, Web of Knowledge, and ProQuest for studies published between 2000 and 2012. They included those reporting primary research on social media use by health care professionals or trainees. Two reviewers screened studies for eligibility; one reviewer extracted data and a second verified a 10% sample. They analyzed data descriptively to determine which social media tools were used, by whom, for what purposes, and how they were evaluated. RESULTS: The authors included 96 studies in their review. Discussion forums were the most commonly studied tools (43/96; 44.8%). Researchers more often studied social media in educational than practice settings. Of common specialties, administration, critical appraisal, and research appeared most often (11/96; 11.5%), followed by public health (9/96; 9.4%). The objective of most tools was to facilitate communication (59/96; 61.5%) or improve knowledge (41/96; 42.7%). Thirteen studies evaluated effectiveness (13.5%), and 41 (42.7%) used a cross-sectional design. CONCLUSIONS: These findings provide a map of the current literature on social media use in health care, identify gaps in that literature, and provide direction for future research. Social media use is widespread, particularly in education settings. The versatility of these tools suggests their suitability for use in a wide range of professional activities. Studies of their effectiveness could inform future practice.


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We've got the iPhone habit, so what's it doing to our brains?

We've got the iPhone habit, so what's it doing to our brains? | Health promotion. Social marketing | Scoop.it

 knew I had a problem when, in the five seconds before the lift arrived, I found myself checking newsfeeds on my iPhone


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