Health Administration

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1. Social Marketing for Health: Theoretical and Conceptual Considerations

By Mohsen Shams

Part of book: Selected Issues in Global Health Communications

2. Using Sensemaking Theory to Improve Risk Management and Risk Communication: What Can We Learn?

By Emily J. Haas and Patrick L. Yorio

Part of book: Selected Issues in Global Health Communications

3. Social Marketing and Health Communication: A Case Study at the Brazilian Federal Senate

By Paulo Ricardo dos Santos Meira, Ilana Trombka and Daniele Carvalho Calvano Mendes

Part of book: Selected Issues in Global Health Communications

4. Assessment of Avoidable Mortality Concepts in the European Union Countries, Their Benefits and Limitations

By Beata Gavurova and Tatiana Vagasova

Part of book: Advances in Health Management

5. Universal Health Coverage and Environmental Health: An Investigation in Decreasing Communicable and Chronic Disease by Including Environmental Health in UHC

By Muhiuddin Haider and Katrina Bibb

Part of book: Advances in Health Management

6. European Health System Typologies: Last 30 Years Under Review

By Aida Isabel Pereira Tavares

Part of book: Advances in Health Management

7. Extending Health Information System Evaluation with an Importance‐Performance Map Analysis

By Mohd Idzwan Mohd Salleh, Rosni Abdullah and Nasriah Zakaria

Part of book: Advances in Health Management

8. Healthcare Message Design toward Social Communication: Convergence Based on Philosophical and Theoretical Perspectives

By Ji-Young An and Jinkyung Paik

Part of book: Selected Issues in Global Health Communications

9. Introductory Chapter: Global Health Communication - Focused Issues and Challenges

By Anton Schneider and Muhiuddin Haider

Part of book: Selected Issues in Global Health Communications

10. Low-Cost Health/Medical Tourism of Italians

By Tullio Romita and Antonella Perri

Part of book: Advances in Health Management