ISSN 0958-1596 (Print); ISSN 1469-3682 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
What kind of research does public health need?
Tracking governance: advice to mothers about managing the behaviour of their children in a leading Canadian women’s magazine during two disease regimes
Clarke, Juanne N.
The contribution of qualitative research to the Healthy Foundations life-stage segmentation
La Placa, Vincent; McVey, Dominic; MacGregor, Ewen; Smith, Amy; Scott, Malcolm
Advancing population and public health ethics regarding HIV testing: a scoping review
Knight, Rod; Shoveller, Jean; Greyson, Devon; Kerr, Thomas; Gilbert, Mark; Shannon, Kate
The spirit of the intervention: reflections on social effectiveness in public health intervention research
Rod, Morten Hulvej; Ingholt, Liselotte; Bang Sørensen, Betina; Tjørnhøj-Thomsen, Tine
Neoliberalism and the contract state: exploring innovation and resistance among New Zealand Health Promoters
Lovell, Sarah A.; Kearns, Robin A.; Prince, Russell
Epistemological barriers to addressing the social determinants of health among public health professionals in Ontario, Canada: a qualitative inquiry
Brassolotto, Julia; Raphael, Dennis; Baldeo, Navindra
Toward stronger theory in critical public health: insights from debates surrounding posthumanism
Rock, Melanie J.; Degeling, Chris; Blue, Gwendolyn
Translating critical public health
Alcohol control and urban livelihoods in developing countries: can public health aspirations and development goals be reconciled?
Chagas disease in non-endemic countries: ‘sick immigrant’ phobia or a public health concern?
De Maio, Fernando G.; Llovet, Ignacio; Dinardi, Graciela
The body economic: why austerity kills
Understanding and using health experiences – improving patient care