Evidence-Based Interventions That Work
This chapter reviews evidence regarding the effectiveness of interventions aimed at reducing alcohol-related problems, considered within a health promotion framework (Howat et al., 2004)
Effective and cost-effective measures to reduce alcohol misuse in Scotland: an update to the literature review
The aim of this study is to update the review of evidence on the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of interventions aimed at reducing alcohol misuse, published in 2002, and to identify any new findings in this literature.
Questo briefing presenta le prove attualmente disponibili, tratte da review sistematiche e da meta analisi di buona qualità, pubblicate a partire dal 1996.
Il progetto è nato per dare un messaggio: grazie all'attività fisica praticata in modo costante è possibile migliorare lo stato di salute di persone con obesità e/o diabete. Ci siamo posti una sfida improbabile raccogliendo le adesioni di un gruppo di persone obese o con...
This book collects the papers that were written by a large group of experts in public health, nutrition and medicine to provide background for the Conference; a smaller book already published by the Regional Office summarizes many of their conclusions.1 Both this book and the summary illustrate the...
Physical activity is a fundamental means of improving physical and mental health. For too many people, however, it has been removed from everyday life, with dramatic effects for health and well-being. Physical inactivity is estimated toaccount for nearly 600 000 deaths per year in the WHO European...
Evidence-based recommendations for programs and policies to promote population health.
The effectiveness of PH interventions for increasing physical activity among adults: a review of reviews
This briefing presents the current evidence from selected good quality systematic reviews and meta-analyses published since 1996.