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Top : Health : Public Health and Safety : Disease Control and Prevention : Health Promotion (11 web sites)
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American Journal of Health Promotion
A peer-reviewed publication covering several disciplines. Features a database of research projects, subscription details, and an index of the current issue.

Australian Health Promotion Association
Professional association for those involved in the practice, research and study of health promotion. Features details of branches, a newsletter and online journal.

Canyon Ranch Institute
Catalyzes the possibility of optimal health for all people by helping to educate, inspire and empower every person to prevent disease and embrace a life of wellness.

Health Promotion Advocates
Non profit organization created to integrate health promotion concepts into national US policy and all aspects of society. Includes project information, and details of collaborating organizations.

International Union for Health Promotion and Education
An independent network working in partnership with major organizations. Features list of regional offices as well as details of publications and current projects.

Public Health Agency for Northern Ireland
Describes their work in co-ordinating government and community initiatives, and includes a list of publications of interest to individuals and organisations.

Co-ordinating efforts to improve population health in Victoria, Australia. Includes publications, policies, and details of programs for promoting physical and mental health and wellbeing.

Western Australian Centre for Health Promotion Research
Undertaking community-based intervention research in the areas of injury control, drug use and mental health. Includes project reports, and details of current research activities.