Health promotion, the new public health and population health - are they coterminous?
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Howat, Peter and Maycock, Bruce and Cross, Donna and Collins, Jennifer and Jackson, Linda and Burns, Sharyn and James, Ross. 2003. Health promotion, the new public health and population health - are they coterminous? Health Promotion Journal of Australia. 14 (3): pp. 226-227.
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Western Australian Centre for Health Promotion Research (Curtin Research Centre)
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