Public Health Nutrition Interventionen in Finnland und Deutschland

Author: Eva Theresa Weismueller
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3640528417
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Masterarbeit aus dem Jahr 2008 im Fachbereich Ernährungswissenschaft / Ökotrophologie, Note: 2,3, Hochschule Fulda, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Public Health Nutrition Ziel von Public Health Nutrition ist es, durch gezielte Präventionsmaßnahmen Krankheiten, die mit bestimmten Ernährungsmustern zusammenhängen in der Bevölkerung zu vermeiden. Über viele Jahre hin entwickelte sich die Disziplin Public Health Nutrition aus den Wissenschaften Biologie, Biochemie, Physiologie, Ernährungswissenschaften sowie den Sozialwissenschaften. Die Besonderheit dieses relativ neuen Wissenschaftszweiges ist das multidisziplinäre Vorgehen. Durch das Einbeziehen der unterschiedlichen Disziplinen können Probleme aus verschiedenen Blickwinkeln betrachtet und besser beurteilt werden. [Barry M Margetts, S.1] Health Nutriton wird in der Fachliteratur auf verschiedenste Weise definiert. Eine kurze und prägnante Definition von Agneta Yngve aus dem Jahre 1999 lautet wie folgt: „Public Health Nutrition focuses on the promotion of good health through nutrition and physical activity and the prevention of related illness in the population” [Yngve, Public Health Nutrition, S. 449-452]

Public Health Nutrition

Author: Judith L. Buttriss
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118660978
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"Divided into five key sections, Public health nutrition contains a wealth of information, including : public health nutrition concepts and assessment tools, and their application in light of the latest evidence ; case studies to illustrate how best to apply the theory and evidence to policy and practice ; an examination of nutrition throughout the lifecycle, and the relationship between diet and disease, including in relation to obesity, diabetes, cancer, as well as mental health ; the impact of environmental factors on public health ; public health strategies, policies and approaches."--Page 4 de la couverture.

Practical Public Health Nutrition

Author: Roger Hughes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1405183608
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Providing the reader with a practice-focussed approach to public health nutrition intervention management, Methodology in Public Health Nutrition is a crucial resource for dietitians, community and public health nutritionists and related health professionals in need of a practical guide to practicing public health nutrition. Internationally recognised experts Hughes and Margetts describe in detail the rationale, processes and tools that can be used to assess population needs, analyse problems and develop effective interventions at a community level. Exercises in each section of the book contribute to a collective PHN intervention plan, providing the reader with the opportunity to demonstrate an outcome of intervention management. Unique in its approach to teaching the practical applications of this increasinly crucial discipline, Methodology in Public Health Nutrition is a vital purchase for anyone working in the public health arena. Clearly outlines the practice of PHN intervention management Covers rationale, processes and tools needed to develop effective interventions at community level Written by 2 internationally respected authorities on the discipline of Public Health Nutrition Essential text for dietitians, community and public health nutritions and related health professionals

Public Health Nutrition

Author: Michael J. Gibney
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118693329
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As an academic subject, nutrition has grown enormously in recentyears and with it the need for specialist textbooks on the subject.In response to this need, a decision was taken by The NutritionSociety to produce a ground-breaking series of four textbooks, ofwhich Public Health Nutrition is the third. The books in theseries: Provide students with the required scientific basis innutrition, in the context of a systems and health approach. Enable teachers and students to explore the core principles ofnutrition and to apply these throughout their training to fostercritical thinking at all times. Each chapter identifies the keyareas of knowledge that must be understood and also the key pointsof critical thought that must accompany the acquisition of thisknowledge. Are fully peer reviewed to ensure completeness and clarity ofcontent, as well as to ensure that each book takes a globalperspective and is applicable for use by nutritionists and onnutrition courses throughout the world. Public Health Nutrition is an essential purchase forstudents majoring in nutrition and dietetics. Public healthnutrition as a subject is growing immensely in importance, takinginto account the real potential to reduce the burden ofnon-communicable chronic disease through diet. Professionals innutrition, dietetics, food science, medicine, community health careand many related health care areas will all find much of great usewithin the book’s covers. Libraries in all universities,medical schools and establishments teaching and researching inthese subject areas should have several copies on theirshelves. OTHER BOOKS IN THE NUTRITION SOCIETY TEXT BOOKSERIES: Introduction to Human Nutrition: ISBN 0 632 05624 X Nutrition & Metabolism: ISBN 0 632 05625 8 Clinical Nutrition: ISBN 0 632 05626 6

Public Health Nutrition

Author: Assistant Professor Program in Public Health Michigan State University East Lansing Michigan Natalie Stein
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers
ISBN: 1449692052
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Issues related to nutrition are among the most pressing public health concerns in modern times. Worldwide, nearly 1 billion individuals are undernourished, with over a billion more individuals deficient in protein or one or more essential micronutrients. Malnutrition plays a role in in more than half of all childhood deaths. Effects of malnutrition include mortality, decreased economic productivity, morbidities, such as blindness and stunting, and development of chronic diseases. Conversely, overnutrition has emerged as current and growing threat to the world's health. Two-thirds of adults in the United States are overweight or obese, and 35 percent of the world's population are overweight. Two-thirds of the world's population living in countries where more people die from overnutrition than undernutrition. Chronic diseases are similarly of concern, with heart disease, cancer, and other diet-related chronic diseases among the leading causes of death in the world. This book is a comprehensive introduction to Public Health Nutrition, andhas a unique balance, focusing on the health of communities and nations, and presenting the most significant public health nutrition problems and solutions worldwide. It presents key concepts in public health nutrition and presents case studies from the United States and world, and from across all life stages, to illustrate these concepts. Designed for MPH programs, this book will prepare students to become successful global public health professionals, with a clear understanding of the critical need for public health nutrition programs around the globe. Unlike other texts of its kind, Public Health Nutrition: Principles and Practice for Community and Global Health includes a unique explanation of nutritional science as it relates to public health. Readers will come away with a solid understanding of nutrition and public health infrastructure, enabling them to be more effective in improving public health nutrition. With 24 chapters divided into 6 parts, this book covers: Part 1: Nutrition around the World Part 2: Policy and Public Health Nutrition Part 3: Hunger and Malnutrition Part 4: Maternal and Child Nutrition Part 5: Nutritional Scenes in Developing Nations Part 6: Nutrition and the Environment Key Features: A global focus ties in current topics from around the world with examples from the U.S., industrialized and developing nations in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia, and Austalia. Each chapter opens with a case study presenting a public health nutrition problem and approach Provides in-depth examples, such as the school lunch programs in India and Japan, development of community-based health systems in Thailand, and breastfeeding promotion initiatives in Ghana"

Public Health Nutrition

Author: Lawrence, Mark
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
ISBN: 0335223206
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The work of public health nutritionists is to bring population-wide perspectives to the relationship between food and health.

Nutrition in Public Health

Author: Arlene Spark
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780203507889
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Nutrition plays a key role in many areas of public health such as pre-term delivery, cancer, obesity, diabetes, and cardiovascular and renal diseases. Government nutrition policy, therefore, bears a huge influence on the nation's biggest health concerns. There is a clear need for information on this topic that unarguably holds the key to the primary and secondary prevention of some of the major causes of premature death in the US. Nutrition in Public Health: Principles, Policies, and Practice provides an overview of the field and focuses on the role of the Federal Government in determining nutrition policy and practice. Beginning with a review of the definition and principles of public health, the book examines trends in the US population and nutritional epidemiology. It considers programs to help reduce disparities in the prevalence of diet-related chronic diseases among various populations, as well as a detailed chapter on obesity with discussions on global impact and cost, pediatric obesity, and the impact of socioeconomic status and ethnicity. Specific information is included on breastfeeding mothers, HIV/AIDS, and prison inmates. The book offers a look at the current nutritional status and guidelines in the US before providing a set of tools for the responsible practice of public health nutrition such as conducting nutrition assessments, designing and carrying out social marketing campaigns, writing grant proposals, and enacting programs to promote food security and ensure food supply and safety. Focusing on nutrition issues in the urban setting, Nutrition in Public Health: Principles, Policies, and Practice provides an integrated view of nutrition needs and the policies and political mechanisms that affect the delivery of quality food and nutrition services.

Public Health and Nutrition in Developing Countries Part I and II

Author: Sheila Chander Vir
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9380308752
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The book presents an update on public health and nutrition problems of developing countries with a description of approaches used and efficiency of trials undertaken for addressing these. Additionally, it highlights the experiences emerging from up-scaling intervention programme planning and implementation.

Food Health

Author: Janet Chrzan
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 1785332929
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Nutritional Anthropology and public health research and programming have employed similar methodologies for decades; many anthropologists are public health practitioners while many public health practitioners have been trained as medical or biological anthropologists. Recognizing such professional connections, this volume provides in-depth analysis and comprehensive review of methods necessary to design, plan, implement and analyze public health programming using anthropological best practices. To illustrates the rationale for use of particular methods, each chapter elaborates a case study from the author's own work, showing why particular methods were adopted in each case.