New Book: Injury and Violence Prevention
Posted by on April 6, 2009
Injury and Violence Prevention: Behavioral Science Theories, Methods, and Applications
By Andrea Carlson Gielen (Ed.), David A. Sleet (Ed.), Ralph J. DiClemente (Ed.)
Injury and Violence Prevention: Behavioral Science Theories, Methods, and Applications is a cutting-edge volume that provides a comprehensive understanding of injury and violence prevention. This detailed resource draws on the breadth and depth of many scientific disciplines and public health practice experiences. Written by internationally renowned experts in the field, Injury and Violence Prevention emphasizes the specific theories, methods, and applications that make behavioral science approaches relevant and central to reducing injury-related harm. The book covers a wide range of topics, including the most frequently used behavior change theories and models and shows how they have been, or could be, applied to injury problems, the most commonly used research methods for understanding and influencing behavior change, behavior change issues for specific injury topic areas, and a variety of cross-cutting issues important to the field.
Ordering information: http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/books.html
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