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Preface. Acknowledgements. Glossary. Part 1 Introduction and context. 1 The big picture: The context for a textbook on public health nutrition practice. 2 Defining public health nutrition as a field of practice. 3 A framework for public health nutrition practice. Part 2 Intelligence. 4 Step 1: Community engagement and analysis. 5 Step 2: Problem analysis. 6 Step 3: Stakeholder analysis and engagement. 7 Step 4: Determinant analysis . 8 Step 5: Capacity analysis. 9 Step 6: Mandates for public health nutrition action. 10 Step 7: Intervention research and strategy options. 11 Step 8: Risk assessment and strategy prioritisation. Part 3 Action. 12 Step 9: Writing action statements. 13 Step 10: Logic modelling. 14 Step 11: Implementation and evaluation planning. 15 Step 12: Managing implementation. Part 4 Evaluation. 16 Step 13: Process evaluation. 17 Step 14: Impact and outcome evaluation. 18 Step 15: Evaluating capacity gains. 19 Step 16: Economic evaluation . 20 Step 17: Reflective practice and valorisation. Appendices. 1 Intervention plan template. 2 Capacity building analysis tool. References. Index.
Professor Roger Hughes is based at Griffith University, Gold CoastCampus, Australia. Professor Barrie Margetts is based at the University ofSouthampton, UK.
"This book by Roger Hughes and Barrie Margetts is a valuable toolfor those working in PHN as it not only summarises the steps that are necessary for successful interventionbut it also provides a number of practical examples that will helpunderstand each step of an intervention. It will also be of benefitto students as a key textbook, providing them with basicskills/knowledge in the area of PHN practice." (Journal NutritionBulletin, 1 September 2011)