Population health planning and health promotion: Opportunities and challenges to improve social determinants
Keleher, Helen & Lim, David (2015) Population health planning and health promotion: Opportunities and challenges to improve social determinants. In National Primary Health Care Conference 2015, 2-4 November 2015, Canberra, A.C.T. (Unpublished)
Complex social factors and health issues challenge equitable health outcomes for many people, in particular those living in marginalised communities. Primary health care promises solutions through population health and health promotion approaches to improve social conditions (determinants) affecting health with emphasis on change at systems levels. Yet short-term efficiency focus policy decisions without long-term planning can undermine the effectiveness of primary health care.
The workshop goal is to explore opportunities and share ideas about population health planning in Primary Health Networks and other community health care settings, so as to draw out opportunities, challenges and forward thinking health planning and health promotion strategies.
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