Aknowledgments Contributors Foreword Part I Background Chapter 1 A Social History of Public Health Chapter 2 Ecological Public Health and Health Promotion Chapter 3 National Strategies for Promoting Health in Australia Part II Planning and Managing Health Promotion Programs Chapter 4 Program Planning and Evaluation Chapter 5 Managing Health Promotion Programs Part III Setting and Communities for Health Promotion Chapter 6 School Health Promotion Chapter 7 Community Health Promotion Chapter 8 Promoting Health in Indigenous Communities Chapter 9 Workplace Health Promotion Chapter 10 Health Promotion in Health Care Settings Chapter 11 Promoting Health in Rural and Remote Communities G
Mary Louise Fleming is Associate Professor and Head, School of Public Health at Queensland University of Technology. She has worked with government and non-government organisations, including Queensland Health, the National Heart Foundation, the Queensland Cancer Fund and the Commonwealth Health Department. She is a member of the Queensland Health Promotion Council. Elizabeth Parker is Acting Assistant Dean (Teaching and Learning) in the Faculty of Health at Queensland University of Technology. She has worked as a senior manager in the Toronto Department of Public Health, and acted as a consultant for the Canadian Public Health Association and Queensland Health.