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Edited by Nick Townsend and Angela Scriven, BA(Hons), MEd, CertEd, FRSPH, MIUHPE
144 pagesCopyright 2013$25.95, Paperback, Reference
A title in the Public Health Mini-Guides Series.
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Obesity and its linked morbidity and mortality is a significant public health challenge on a global scale and places a burden not only on the individual but also on society as a whole. This Mini-Guide presents key themes relating to this challenge, including the means of measuring obesity, the most recent prevalence and trends, the health consequences and causes of obesity along with approaches to counter obesity both at an individual and a population level.
"..useful for anyone preparing a presentation or policy on the topic." Reviewed by Nerys Williams on behalf of Occupational Medicine, January 2015
"The stats and overview would provide a student of occupational health with excellent data as an introduction to the topic or for a Member of the Faculty of Occupational Medicine project. The book would also be useful for anyone preparing a presentation or policy on the topic, but it is not going to meet the needs of the practitioner looking for solutions in the workplace." Reviewed by: Nerys Williams on behalf of the Occupational Medicine Journal, Jan 2015
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The Public Health Mini-Guides provide up-to-date, evidence-based information in a convenient pocket-sized format, on a range of current key public health topics. They are designed to support the work of health and social care practitioners and students on courses related to public health and health promotion.
Edited by Nick Townsend and Angela Scriven, BA(Hons), MEd, CertEd, FRSPH, MIUHPE, Reader in Health Promotion, School of Health Sciences and Social Care, Brunel University, London, UK