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promotion

  1. the means of bringing products to the attention of consumers and persuading them to buy those products. See PROMOTIONAL MIX, ADVERTISING, SALES PROMOTION, MERCHANDIZING, PERSONAL SELLING, PACKAGING, PUBLIC RELATIONS, CAMPAIGN OBJECTIVES.
  2. the elevation of a person to a position of greater authority and responsibility. See ORGANIZATION CHART.
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Development of a health promotion plan that takes into consideration location and convenience to the client, even in rural areas, has the potential to be attended by more individuals, leading to increased success.
Among the key ideas and values that were central to the Charter and that have guided my life's work, as I am sure they have for many health promotion and public health practitioners, are the following:
We used a combination of other items for each form of CAM to identify respondents that used CAM for health promotion reasons, that is, who answered "yes" to using a CAM modality either "to improve or enhance energy," "for general wellness or general disease prevention," or "to improve or enhance immune function.
In Health Promotion Programs, Part 1 provides a broad historical sketch including a description of the first International Conference of Health Promotion's definition of health.
This information will also help the Health Promotion Directorate to have ready data that can be used.
The debate concerning evaluation and what constitutes evidence of effectiveness for public health interventions from the perspective of health promotion principles has been enriched by contributions from various scholars on the subject, from advocates for rethinking the subjects and objects of evaluation.
With regard to SUS purposes, Health Promotion actions seek to reduce regional gaps and open the possibility of access to these services in a more equitable way (10).
He said: Worksite interventions can include a wide variety of health promotion activities because employees spend a large portion of their daily (waking) hours at work and eat a large percentage of their food there.
The conference will also provide an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance and potential of health promotion as a transformative strategic approach to deliver for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
5] School oral health promotion programmes currently in place are inconsistent, inequitably distributed and lack monitoring and evaluation.
1] Debate about health promotion ethics is important, as some practices may be coercive, e.

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