ISSN 0958-1596 (Print); ISSN 1469-3682 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
On the perils of invoking neoliberalism in public health critique
Bell, Kirsten; Green, Judith
Operationalizing the ‘population health’ approach to permit consideration and minimization of unintended harms of public health interventions: a malaria control example
Allen-Scott, L.K.; Hatfield, J.M.; McIntyre, L.; McLaren, L.
Making voluntary medical male circumcision a viable HIV prevention strategy in high-prevalence countries by engaging the traditional sector
Bulled, Nicola; Green, Edward C.
Creating a market in workplace health promotion: the performative role of public health sciences and technologies
Meershoek, Agnes; Horstman, Klasien
Public health, physical exercise and non-representational theory – a mixed method study of recreational running in Sofia, Bulgaria
Hepatitis C prevention and convenience: why do people who inject drugs in sexual partnerships ‘run out’ of sterile equipment?
Fraser, Suzanne; Rance, Jake; Treloar, Carla
The global financial crisis: experiences of and implications for community-based organizations providing health and social services in South Africa
Akintola, Olagoke; Gwelo, Netsai Bianca; Labonté, Ronald; Appadu, Talitha
Contrasting approaches to ‘doing’ family meals: a qualitative study of how parents frame children’s food preferences
Thompson, Claire; Cummins, Steven; Brown, Tim; Kyle, Rosemary
‘It’s not the government’s responsibility to get me out running 10 km four times a week’ - Norwegian men’s understandings of responsibility for health
Hervik, Stein Egil Kolderup; Thurston, Miranda
‘Sound Health Starts from Education’: the social construction of obesity in Iranian public health discourse
Nourpanah, Shiva; Martin, Fiona S.