NHD Extra July: Issue 126

Page 55 - Effecting change in public health

1. Buchanan D (2000). An ethic for health promotion: Rethinking the sources of human well-being. Oxford: Oxford University Press, p 46

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3. Work Stress and Health: the Whitehall II study. Published by Public and Commercial Services Union on behalf of Council of Civil Service Unions/Cabinet Office. Copyright © 2004 CCSU/Cabinet Office. Ed: Jane E Ferrie. www.ucl.ac.uk/whitehallII/pdf/wii-booklet. Authors state that there is a social gradient in smoking and physical activity and that ‘these aspects of lifestyle and associated measurements, such as plasma cholesterol and blood pressure, are responsible for about a quarter of the social gradient’. They list weight status too, which I omit here, as weight is not a behaviour, p 16

4. EJ Brunner et al (2002). Adrenocortical, Autonomic, and Inflammatory Causes of the Metabolic Syndrome: Nested Case-Control Study. Circulation 106 (21): 2659-65; Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett (2010). The Spirit Level: Why Equality is Better for Everyone. Penguin, UK

5. Baumann (1989) in Ministry of Education, New Zealand (2003), in Aphramor L and Gingras J (2009). That Remains to Be Said: Disappeared Feminist Discourses on Fat in Dietetic Theory and Practice. In The Fat Studies Reader. Eds: E Rothblum and S Solvay. New York University Press, New York, p 97-105

6. Shannon Sullivan (2005). The Physiology of Sexist and Racist Oppression. OUP, USA

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9. Clarke F, MacDonald V and Huc S (2015). What next for Well Now? A group based weight management intervention which prioritises health gain over weight loss. Presented at NHS Highland: Research, Development and Innovation Annual Conference, 13 November 2015, University of the Highlands and Islands, Inverness. http://lucyaphramor.com/dietitian/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/nhs_highland_evaluation_2015_poster.pdf

10. Aphramor L0 (2017). Welcome to Well Now. http://lucyaphramor.com/dietitian/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/welcome_to_the_well_now_way.pdf Aphramor L and Khasteganan N (2016). Re-orientating Dietetic Interventions for Adults with Eating and Weight Concerns: A Qualitative Study of the Well Now course - Part 1. Journal of Critical Dietetics, 3 (2), 56-66; Aphramor L and Khasteganan N (2016). Re-orientating Dietetic Interventions for Adults with Eating and Weight Concerns: A Qualitative Study of the Well Now course - Part 2. Journal of Critical Dietetics, 3 (2), 67-76; Aphramor L. Mindfulness in healthy weight and diabetes. Journal of Diabetes Nursing, 19: 401-7

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