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Promising Practices in Chronic Disease Prevention and Control: A Public Health Framework for Action

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 Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 2003. 195 pp

From the preface: "The chapters that follow provide concrete examples of how state and local health departments can apply these four principles, leverage their limited resources,
and coordinate the efforts of all groups with a stake in chronic disease prevention and control. All of us at CDC's National Center for Chronic Disease."

An Overview of Chronic Disease Prevention

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I Introduction
II Why Take a Chronic Disease Prevention Approach
III What does a CDP Approach Look Like?
IV Current Practice
V Examples of Integration Efforts
VI References

--by Nancy Dubois, THCU consultant and member of the Steering Committee of the Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada

Is working getting more stressful?

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I Is working getting more stressful?

II What is stress?

III Can stress affect our health?

IV Overcoming stress

V Conclusion

VI References



-- by Christiane Fontaine, health promotion consultant, Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse, [email protected]



This week, were are delighted to present a feature article on work stress. This is a translation of a an article by Christiane Fontaine, editor of our affiliated e-bulletin, Le Bloc-Notes (http://www.opc.on.ca/fls/leblocnote.htm), and it was originally published in July 2002 as "Travailleur serait-il de plus en plus stressant?" We look forward to more such exchanges between Le Bloc-Notes and OHPE.



We think that the topic of work stress is very appropriate for health promotion practitioners. Both in the front-lines and as knowledge workers, we are confronted with stressful situations, co-workers and clients under stress, and organizations struggling to meet competing demands. As employers and employees, advisors and practitioners, we need to be as informed and prepared as possible to respond to stress constructively.



If you have a resource or point of view to add to this article, let us know by writing to [email protected]. More information on our Letters to the Editor column can be found in the OHPE News section of OHPE 268.0 (http://www.ohpe.ca/ebulletin/ ViewAnnouncements.cfm?ISSUE_ID=268&startrow=1).

Adolescent self-esteem and gender: Exploring relations to sexual harrassment, body image, media influence, and emotional expression.

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Type of Resource: Article
Source: Journal of youth & adolescence. Special issue 30(2), April 2001, pp. 225-44
Author: Polce-Lynch, M., Myers, B.J., Kliewer, W., Kilmartin, C
 

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