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Ontario Women's Health Council Selected Print Resources

1. Epp, J. (1986). Achieving Health for All: A Framework for Health Promotion. Health Canada.

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2. Gillis, P. (1998). Keynote Speeches Abstract/Executive Summaries. 2nd Nordic Health Promotion Research Conference. International Journal of Health Promotion: ISSN 1328-7443.

3. Goodstadt, M.S. (1995). Health Promotion and the Bottom Line: What Works? Addiction Research Foundation, Toronto.

4. Green, L.W., & Johnson, J.L. (1996). Dissemination and utilization of health promotion and disease prevention knowledge: theory, research and experience. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 87 (supplement 2): S11-SS17.

5. Health Canada (1994). Strategies for Population Health: Investigating in the Health of Canadians. Ottawa: Health Canada.

6. Hyndman, B., Giesbrecht, N., Bernardi, D.R. et al (1992). Preventing substance abuse though multicomponent community action research projects: Lessons from past experiences and challenges for future initiatives. Contemporary Drug Issues (Spring): 133-164.

7. Jeffery, R.W., Schmid, T.L., Rooney, B.L. (1990). Community attitudes towards public policies to control alcohol, tobacco, and high-fat food consumption. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 6: 12-19.

8. Pederson, A., O'Neill, M., & Rootman, I. (Eds), (1992) Health Promotion in Canada: Provincial, National and International perspectives. Toronto: W.B. Saunders.

9. National Institutes of Health (1997). Theory at a Glance - A guide for health promotion practices (

10. Contento, I., Balch, G.I., Bronner, Y.L., Lytle, L.A., Maloney, S.K., Oslon, C.M., Swadner, S.S., "The effectiveness of nutrition education and implementations for nutrition education policy, programs, and research: A review of research." Journal of Nutrition Education 27 (6)

11. Stewart, D.E., & Robinson, G.E. (1995). Violence against women. In J.M. Oldham & M.B. Riba (Eds), Review of Psychiatry, Vol. 14. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press.