ISSN 0958-1596 (Print); ISSN 1469-3682 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Making sense of assets: what can an assets based approach offer public health?
Brooks, Fiona; Kendall, Sally
‘What we’ve tried, hasn’t worked’: the politics of assets based public health1
Rethinking children’s public health: the development of an assets model
Whiting, Lisa S.; Kendall, Sally; Wills, Wendy
Assets for well-being for women living in deep poverty: through a salutogenic looking-glass
Bull, Torill; Mittelmark, Maurice B.; Kanyeka, Ngasuma E.
Connecting communities and complexity: a case study in creating the conditions for transformational change
Durie, Robin; Wyatt, Katrina
Prisoners’ perspectives on the transition from the prison to the community: implications for settings-based health promotion
Woodall, James; Dixey, Rachael; South, Jane
Pet bylaws and posthumanist health promotion: a case study of urban policy
Exploring organisational influences on the implementation of gatekeeper training: a qualitative study of the Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) programme in Wales
Evans, Rhiannon E.; Price, Sian
Sexual practices and STI/HIV testing among gay, bisexual, and men who have sex with men in Ottawa, Canada: examining nondisclosure prosecutions and HIV prevention
O’Byrne, Patrick; Bryan, Alyssa; Roy, Marie
Health care reform and globalisation: The US, China and Europe in comparative perspective
Ovseiko, Pavel V.
Reconstructing medical practice
Gender-based violence and public health: international perspectives on budgets and policies
Global health & international relations