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Enhancing the Effectiveness and Quality of Health Promotion

Perspectives of the International Union for Health Promotion and Education
  • Maurice B. Mittelmark
  • Catherine M. Jones
  • Marie-Claude Lamarre
  • Martha W. Perry
  • Marianne van der Wel
  • Marilyn Wise

Keywords

Health Promotion Tobacco Control Machine Translation Health Impact Assessment Health Promotion Practice 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Maurice B. Mittelmark
  • Catherine M. Jones
  • Marie-Claude Lamarre
  • Martha W. Perry
  • Marianne van der Wel
  • Marilyn Wise

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