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The Psychology of Preventive Health By Marian Pitts

The Psychology of Preventive Health
by Marian Pitts

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In the context of increased social and political awareness Marian Pitts gives an overview of current health research and examines the evidence that preventive health can be effective in fighting disease.
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The Psychology of Preventive Health by Marian Pitts

Should I vaccinate my child? Can we stop ourselves getting cancer? How much can I safely drink? These are the everyday questions that health educators and promoters face from the public, but how should they best be answered? From her extensive experience in health psychology Marian Pitts provides an overview of the latest research in the area of preventive health and questions some underlying assumptions in current practice. The Psychology of Preventive Health is written for students and health professionals interested in widening their perspectives on issues concerning primary health care.

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Table of Contents

1. What is Preventive Health? 2. Vaccination 3. Screening and Health Checks 4. Lifestyle Research 5. Sexual Health 6. Psychoneuroimmunology 7. Accidents and Injuries 8. Blaming the Victim?

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The Psychology of Preventive Health by Marian Pitts
Marian Pitts
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Taylor & Francis Ltd
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