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  • Gerstein, Dean (National Opinion Research Corp., Washington, DC) and Green, L.W. (1993). Preventing Drug Abuse: What Do We Know? Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Order from the Publisher: 1-800-624-6242.

  • Gielen, A.C. and Green, L.W. (2015). The Impact of Policy, Environmental, and Educational Interventions: A Synthesis of the Evidence From Two Public Health Success Stories. Health Educ Behav 42 (1 Suppl): 20S-34S, doi: 10.1177/1090198115570049. [Free Full Text]

  • Gielen, A.C., McDonald, E.M., Gary, T.L., and Bone, L.R. (2008). Using the PRECEDE/PROCEED Model to Apply Health Behavior Theories. In K. Glanz, F.M. B. K. Rimer, & K. Viswanath, (Eds.), Health Behavior and Health Education: Theory, Research and Practice (4th edition, pp. 407-433). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.

  • Gielen, Andrea C., & Sleet, D. (2003). Application of behavior-change theories and methods to injury prevention. Epidemiologic Reviews, 25, 65-76. [Full text online]

  • Gielen, A.C. & McDonald, E.M. (2002). Using the PRECEDE/PROCEED Planning Model to Apply Health Behavior Theories. In K. Glanz, F.M. B. K. Rimer, & F.M. Lewis,  (Eds.), Health Behavior and Health Education: Theory, Research and Practice (3rd edition, pp. 409-436). San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. [with a case study in home safety]

  • Gielen, A. C. Wilson, M., McDonald, E. et al. (2001). Randomized trial of enhanced anticipatory guidance for injury prevention. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine. 155(1): 42-59.[Free Full Text]

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  • Gielen, Andrea C. (1992). Health education and injury control: integrating approaches. Health Education Quarterly 19(2):203-18.

  • Gielen, A.C. and Radius, S. (1984). Project KISS (Kids in Safety Belts): educational approaches and evaluation measures. Health Education 15(5): 43-7.

  • Gilbert, Glen G. and Sawyer, Robin G. (1995; 2000). Health Education: Creating Strategies for School and Community Health. 1st, 2nd edition. Boston & London: Jones & Bartlett Publishers, pp. 67-70; 78-83 in 1st; pp. 59, 62-65 in 2nd ed.

  • Gillman, Susan C. (Univ. Texas) (1980). Planning school health services in the community. Health Values 4(1): 38-42

  • Gilmore, Gary D. (1977). Needs assessment processes for community health education. International Journal of Health Education 20(3): 164-73.

  • Gilmore, G. D., Campbell, M. D., and Becker, B. L. (1989). Needs Assessment Strategies for Health Education and Health Promotion. Indianapolis, IN: Benchmark Press.

  • Gilmore, G.D., & Campbell, M.D. (1996, 2004). Needs assessment strategies for health education and health promotion. (2nd & 3rd ed.). Madison, WI: Brown and Benchmark Publishers.

  • Gilmore, GD, MD Campbell, and BL Becker (1989). Needs Assessment Strategies for Health Education and Health Promotion. Indianapolis, IN: Benchmark Press.

  • Glanz, Karen (Cancer Center, University of Hawaii, Honolulu) and Rimer, Barbara (Duke University Medical Center, Comprehensive Cancer Center, Durham NC). (1995). Theory at a Glance: A Guide for Health Promotion Practice. Bethesda: National Cancer Institute, NIH Pub. No. 95-3896, Public Health Service, U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, July. [Free from NCI, Bethesda, MD, call Cancer Information Service at 1-800/4-CANCER]

  • Glanz, Karen (Cancer Center, University of Hawaii, Honolulu) and Rimer, Barbara (Duke University Medical Center, Comprehensive Cancer Center, Durham NC). (2005). Theory at a Glance: A Guide for Health Promotion Practice, 2nd Edition. Publication Number: T052. NIH Number: 05-3896. U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. National Institutes of Health. Bethesda: National Cancer Institute. [For Publication details and ordering information from NCI]

  • Glanz, K., Carbone, E., & Song, V. (1999). Formative research for developing targeted skin cancer prevention programs for children in multiethnic Hawaii. Health Education Research 14(2):155-166.

  • Glanz, K., & Oldenburg, B. (1997). Relevance of health behavior research to health promotion and health education. Chapter 8 in DS Gochman (Ed.), Handbook of Health Behavior Research IV: Relevance for professionals and issues for the future. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 143-161.

  • Glanz, K., Grove, J., Lerman, C., Gotay, C., Le Marchand, L. (1999). Correlates of intentions to obtain genetic counseling and colorectal cancer gene testing among at-risk relatives from three ethnic groups. Cancer Epidemiology Biomarkers & Prevention, 8 (4 Pt 2): 329-336. [A partial application based on the original Andersen model in which reinforcing factors are grouped under enabling factors.]

  • Glenn, Margaret K. (Manager, Resource Center on Substance Abuse Prevention & Disability, VSA Educational Services, 1331 F St., NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20008) (1994). Preparing rehabilitation specialists to address the prevention of substance abuse problems. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 38(2): 164-179

  • Godin, Gaston (1991). L'éducation pour la santé: les fondements psychosociaux de la définition des messages éducatifs. Sciences Sociales et Santé 9(1): 67-94.

  • Goeppinger, Jean (Univ. Minnesota School of Public Health), and Kate Lorig (Stanford Univ. Arthritis Center) (1992). What do we know about what works: Patient education theories and models. In K. Lorig Patient Education: A Practical Approach. St. Louis: Mosby Year Book.

  • Gold, R. S., Green, L. W. <lgreen@unixg.ubc.ca>, & Kreuter, M. W. (1997).  Empower: Enabling methods of planning and organizing within everyone's reach (International version 2.25). Boston: Jones & Bartlett Publishing Co.

  • Goldbloom, R.B. and Lawrence, R.S., eds. (1990). Preventing Disease: Beyond the Rhetoric. New York: Springer-Verlag.

  • Goldenhar, L.M., LaMontagne, A.D., Katz, T., Heaney, C., & Landsbergis, P.  (2001).  The intervention research process in occupational safety and health:  An overview from the national occupational research agenda intervention effectiveness research team.  Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 43(7): 616-622

  • Goldrick, B.A., Larson, E. (Univ. Connecticut) (1992). Assessing the need for infection control programs: a diagnostic approach. Journal of Long Term Care Administration 20(1): 20-23.

  • Goodman, Robert (Bowman Gray School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC), Steckler, A., Hoover, S., Schwartz, R. (1992). A critique of contemporary community health promotion approaches: based on a qualitative review of six programs in Maine. American Journal of Health Promotion 7(3):208-220.

  • Goodman, R.M., Speers, M.A., McLeroy, K., Fawcet, S., Kegler, M., Parker, E., Smith, S.R., Sterling, T.D., & Wallerstein, N. (1998).  Identifying and defining the dimensions of community capacity to provide a basis for measurement.  Health Education & Behavior, 25(3): 258-78.

  • Goodson, P., Gottlieb, N.H., Smith, M.M. (1999). Put Prevention into Practice: Evaluation of program initiation in nine Texas clinical sites. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 17(1):73-78.

  • Gorman, M.,  &  Mallon, D.  (1989). The role of a community-based health education program in the prevention of AIDS. Medical Anthropology, 10(2-3):159-166.

  • Gottlieb, Nell H. (Dept. Kinesiology & Health Education, Univ. Texas, Belmont Hall, Rm.222, Austin TX 78712), Eriksen, M.P., Lovato, C.Y., Weinstein, R.P., Green, L.W. (1990). Impact of a restrictive work site smoking policy on smoking behavior, attitudes, and norms. Journal of Occupational Medicine 32(1): 16-23.

  • Gottlieb, N.H. and Green, L.W. (1984). Life events, social network, life-style, and health: an analysis of the 1979 National Survey of Personal Health Practices and Consequences. Health Education Quarterly, 11(1): 91-105.

  • Gottlieb, N.H. and Green, L.W. (1987). Ethnicity and lifestyle health risk: some possible mechanisms. American Journal of Health Promotion 2: 37-45.

  • Gottlieb, N.H., Lovato, Chris Y., Weinstein, Riki, Green, L.W., Eriksen, M.P. (1992). The implementation of a restrictive worksite smoking policy in a large decentralized organization. Health Education Quarterly 19(1): 77-100. Applies admin. & policy diagnosis.

  • Gottlieb, N.H. and Nelson, A. (1990). A systematic effort to reduce smoking at the worksite. Health Education Quarterly 17(1): 99-118.

  • Gottlieb, N.H., Wright, Dawna , Sneden, Gail G . (1995). Using PRECEDE/PROCEED for linkage implementation planning: diffusion of the Texas "Top Priority", a worksite health promotion program. Submitted to Health Education Quarterly, manuscript March 20, 1995 not for quotation without permission.

  • Graef, Judith A. (Sr.Prog.Officer, HealthCom Project, Academy for Educational Development, Inc., 1255 23rd St., N.W., Washington, DC 20037), Elder, John P. & Mills Booth, Elizabeth (1993). Communication for Health and Behavior Change: A Developing Country Perspective. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers. Describes the model (p.23) and adapts the behavior analysis scale (pp. 69-70 and Resource E: pp. 169-171).

  • Graff, Wendy, Pearson, D., LeVan, S. & Sofian, N. (GHC) (1987). Process evaluation strengthens employee health promotion program at Group Health Cooperative of Puget Sound. In JP Opatz, (ed.), Health Promotion Evaluation: Measuring the Organizational Impact. Stevens Point, WI: University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point Foundation, National Wellness Institute.

  • Green, L, Terry, P.E. (Jan-Feb 2015). “What’s past is prologue”: views from Dr. Lawrence Green. Am J Health Promot., 29(3):TAHP2-8. 

  • Green, L.W., and Hiatt, R.A. Behavioural determinants of health and disease. In Detels, R., Beaglehole R, et al (Eds). Oxford Textbook of Public Health. 5th edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2009), chap 2.3; pp 120-138.                                     Forthcoming revision by Green LW, Hiatt RA, & Hoeft K, in 6th edition, 2013. 

  • Green, L.W. (1973). Planning for patient educators: Considerations and implications. Proceedings of the Maryland Conference on Patient Programming. Rockville: Health Care Facilities Service, Health Resources Administration, DHEW Publication No. (HRA) 74-002. [This was the first publication of the PRECEDE model, though it was not called that until 1980]

  • Green, L.W. (1974). Toward cost-benefit evaluations of health education: some concepts, methods, and examples. Health Education Monographs 2 (Suppl. 1): 34-64. Reprinted in Supplement to the Report of the President's Committee on Health Education (New York: National Health Council, Sept. 1974), and in U.S. Congress, Disease Control and Health Education and Promotion (Washington, DC: U.S. Congress, 1975), pp.939-965.

  • Green, L.W. (1975). Evaluation of patient education programs: Criteria and measurement techniques. In Rx: Education for the Patient, Proceedings of the Continuing Education Institute, Southern Illinois University. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, pp. 89-98.

  • Green, L.W. (1976). Methods available to evaluate the health education components of preventive health programs. In Preventive Medicine, USA. New York: Prodist, Appendix M, pp. 162-171.

  • Green, L.W. (1976). Site- and symptom-related factors in secondary prevention of cancer. In JW Cullen, BH Fox, & RN Isom (Eds.), Cancer: The Behavioral Dimensions. New York: Raven Press, pp.45-61.

  • Green, L.W. (1978). Determining the impact and effectiveness of health education as it relates to federal policy. Health Education Monographs, 6 (Suppl. 1): 28-66.

  • Green, L.W. (1979). National policy in the promotion of health. Keynote address at the Tenth International Conference on Health Education, London, Sept. 3, 1979. International Journal of Health Education 22:161-168. [First presentation of policy, regulatory and organizational components of PROCEED model.]

  • Green, L.W. (1980). Healthy People: The Surgeon General's Report and the Prospects. In WJ McNerney, (ed.), Working for a Healthier America. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger, pp. 95-110. [First publication of model later to be integrated with PRECEDE as the PROCEED components.]

  • Green, L.W. (1981). Planning for Health Education: A Training Package. Madison, WI: Institute for Health Planning, 702 N.Blackhawk Ave., Madison WI 53705, tel. 608-233-9791. Videotape, trainer's guide, case study, collection of key articles, six audiotapes. Preview Training Package, U.S.$10.00; Purchase Training Package US$42.50 + $4.00 shipping.

  • Green, L.W. (1981). Emerging federal perspectives on health promotion. In JP Allegrante, (ed.), Health Promotion Monographs, no. 1, New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, 28pp.

  • Green, L.W. (1981). The objectives for the nation in disease prevention and health promotion: A challenge to health education training. Keynote address for National Conference for Institutions Preparing Health Educators: Proceedings. Washington, DC: US Office of Health Information and Health Promotion, DHHS Publication No. 81-50171, pp. 61-73.

  • Green, L.W. (1982). Reconciling policy in health education and primary health care. International Journal of Health Education 24 (Suppl.3): 1-11.

  • Green, L.W. (1983). New policies in education for health. World Health (April-May): 13-7.

  • Green, L.W. (1983). New Policies for Health Education in Primary Health Care. Background document for the Technical Discussions of the 36th World Health Assembly. Geneva: World Health Organization, May.

  • Green, L.W. (1984). A triage and stepped approach to self-care education. Medical Times 111: 75-80.

  • Green, L.W. (1984). La educacion para la salud en el medio urbano. In Conferencia InterAmericana de Educacion Para La Salud. Mexico City: Sector Salud, SEP, and International Union for Health Education and World Health Organization, pp. 80-82.

  • Green, L.W. (1984). Modifying and developing health behavior. Annual Review of Public Health 5: 215-36.

  • Green, L.W. (1986). Applications and trials of the PRECEDE framework for planning and evaluation of health education programs. Amer. Pub. Health Assoc. 114th Ann. Mtg. Abstracts, Las Vegas, p. 162. See series of abstracts from the several panel presentations on applications, e.g., Bolan.

  • Green, L.W. (1986). Evaluation model: a framework for the design of rigorous evaluation of efforts in health promotion. American Journal of Health Promotion 1(1): 77-9.

  • Green, L.W. (1986). New Policies for Health Education in Primary Health Care. Geneva: World Health Organization.

  • Green, L.W. (1986). Research agenda: building a consensus on research questions. American Journal of Health Promotion 1(2): 70-2.

  • Green, L.W. (1986). The theory of participation: a qualitative analysis of its expression in national and international health policies. In WB Ward, (ed.), Advances in Health Education and Promotion, vol. 1, Pt. A, Greenwich, CT: JAI Press Inc., pp. 211-236.

  • Green, L.W. (1987). How physicians can improve patients' participation and maintenance in self-care. Western Journal of Medicine 147(3): 346-9.

  • Green, L.W. (1987). Program Planning and Evaluation Guide for Lung Associations. New York: American Lung Association.

  • Green, L.W. (1988). Policies for decentralization and development of health education. Rev Saude Publica 22(3):217-20.

  • Green, L.W. (1991). Prevention and health education. In JM Last and RB Wallace (eds.), Maxcy-Rosenau Preventive Medicine and Public Health 13th Ed. Norwalk, CT: Appleton-Century-Crofts, Chap.45, pp.787-802.

  • Green, L.W. (1991). Theory based planning and evaluation of health education programmes. Published abstracts/proceedings of Health – United Effort: XIV World Conference on Health Education, Helsinki, Finland, June 16-21, 1991. Helsinki, Finland: Finnish Council for Health Education, p.434.

  • Green, L.W. (1992). The Health Promotion Research Agenda revisited. American Journal of Health Promotion 6(6):411-413.

  • Green, L.W. (1993). Modifying lifestyle to improve health. In W. Douglas Skelton & Marian Osterweis (eds.), Promoting Community Health: The Role of the Academic Health Center. Washington, DC: Association of Academic Health Centers, 1993, pp. 54-69.

  • Green, L.W. (1994). Refocusing health care systems to address both individual care and population health. Clin Invest Med 17(2):133-41.

  • Green, L.W. (1996). Health promotion in the worksite: theory and practice. Japan Health and Culture Promotion Center Newsletter. No. 3: 2-13.

  • Green, L.W. Prevention and health education in clinical, school, and community settings. (1998) In Wallace, R. B. (Ed.). Maxcy-Roseneau-Last. Public Health and Preventive Medicine (14th ed.) Norwalk, CN: Appleton-Century-Crofts, Chapter 48, pp. 889-904.

  • Green, L.W. (1999). What can we generalize from research on patient education and clinical health promotion to physician counseling on diet? European Journal of Clinical Nutrition 53 (Suppl. 2): S9-S18.

  • Green, L. W. (2001). From research to "best practices" in other settings and populations. Am J Health Behav. 25(3): 165-78.

  • Green, L.W. and Allen, J. (1980). Toward a Healthy Community: Organizing Events for Community Health Promotion. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, PHS Publ. No. 80-50113.

  • Green, L.W., Cargo, M., and Ottoson, J.M. (1994). The role of physicians in supporting lifestyle changes. Medicine, Exercise, Nutrition and Health 3: 119-130. Also in Proceedings of the Twenty-ninth Annual Meeting of the Society of Prospective Medicine, St. Louis, Missouri, April 15-17, 1993. Indianapolis, IN: Society of Prospective Medicine, Publishers, 1993, pp. 89-129.

  • Green, L.W., Costagliola, D., and Chwalow, A.J. (1991). Diagnostic éducatif et évaluation de stratégies éducatives (modèle PRECEDE): Méthodology pratique pour induire des changements de comportements et d'état de santé. Journées Annuelles de Diabétologie de l'Hotel Dieu (Paris: Flammarion Médecine-Sciences, 1991), pp. 227-240.

  • Green, L.W. and Deutsch, M. (1987). Estimating Poor Pregnancy Outcomes in the Local Community that may be Related to Smoking. Houston: Center for Health Promotion Research and Development, The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, 1987. Software programmed in Turbo PASCAL, plus manuals, developed under March of Dimes grant.

  • Green, L.W., Eriksen, M.P., and Schor, E.L. (1988). Preventive practices by physicians: behavioral determinants and potential interventions. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 4 (suppl. 4, 1988): 101-7, reprinted in R. N. Battista and R. S. Lawrence, eds., Implementing Preventive Services (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988); pp. 101-7.

  • Green, L.W., Fisher, A., Amin, R., Shafiullah, A.B.M. (1975). Paths to the adoption of family planning: a time-lagged correlation analysis of the dacca family planning experiment. Int. Jour. Health Educ. 18:85-96.

  • Green, L.W., Frankish, C.J. (IHPR) (1994). Theories and principles of health education applied to asthma. Chest 106(4, Suppl.): 219S-230S.

  • Green, L.W., Frankish, C.J., Wharf-Higgins, J . (1993). Scientific basis for cardiovascular disease prevention and heart health promotion policy: psychosocial and community determinants. Canadian Journal of Cardiology 9 (Suppl. D): 50D-51D.

  • Green, L.W., Glanz, K., Hochbaum, G.M., Kok, G., Kreuter, M.W., Lewis, F.M., Lorig, K., Morisky, D., Rimer, B.K., and Rosenstock, I.W. (1994). Can we build on, or must we replace, the theories and models in health education? Health Education Research 9(3):397-404.

  • Green, L. & Iverson, D. (1982). School health education. Ann Rev Public Health, 3: 321-328.

  • Green, L.W. and Kreuter, M.W. (1992). CDC's Planned Approach to Community Health as an application of PRECEDE and an inspiration for PROCEED. Journal of Health Education 23(3): 140-147. [The PATCH manual was continuously updated online by CDC until 2004, as it was gradually replaced by a new generation of community health planning tools]. For the full PATCH manual, which is now out of print, click here. 

  • Green, L.W. and Kreuter, M.W. (1993). Are community organization and health promotion one process or two? American Journal of Health Promotion V5, I07, 3

  • Green, L.W., Levine, D.M. and Deeds, S.G. (1975). Clinical trials of health education for hypertensive outpatients: design and baseline data. Preventive Medicine 4(4): 417-25.

  • Green, L.W., Levine, D.M. and Deeds, S.G. (1977). Health education and control of hypertension. Presented at the American Federation for Clinical Research, Washington, DC, May 2, 1977. Clin. Res. (abstract), 25(3), May, 1977. See also Med. World News, May 30, 1977; and Fam. Pract. News 7:55, July 15, 1977.

  • Green, L.W., Levine, D.M., Wolle, J. and Deeds, S.G. (1979). Development of randomized patient education experiments with urban poor hypertensives. Patient Counseling and Health Education 1(3): 106-11.

  • Green, L.W. and Lewis, F.M. (1986). Measurement and Evaluation in Health Education and Health Promotion. Palo Alto, CA: Mayfield.

  • Green, L.W., Lewis, F.M. and Levine, D.M . (1980). Balancing statistical data and clinician judgments in the diagnosis of patient educational needs. Journal of Community Health 6(2): 79-91.

  • Green, L.W. and McAlister, A. (1984). Macro-intervention to support health behavior: some theoretical perspectives and practical reflections. Health Education Quarterly 11(3): 322-39.

  • Green, L.W., & Mercer, S.L. (2002). PRECEDE-PROCEED Model. In Breslow L, Goldstein, BD, Green LW, Keck DW, Last JM, & McGinnis, JM (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Public Health. Vol 3. New York: Macmillan Reference USA, Gale Group, pp. 956-958. Describes the model in 3 pages with reproduction of the framework as it appeared in the 3rd edition. See also "Predisposing Factors" (pp. 958-961) by Green & Mercer in the same volume, and "Enabling Factors" by Mercer in vol. 2 (pp. 376-378).

  • Green, L.W., Mercer, S.L., Rosenthal, A.C., Dietz, W.H. and Husten, C.G. (2003).  Possible lessons for physician counseling on obesity from the progress in smoking cessation in primary care. [No abstract available]. Forum Nutr, 56: 191-4.

  • Green, L.W., Mullen, P.D. and Friedman, R. (1986). An epidemiological approach to targeting drug information. Patient Education & Counseling 8(3): 255-68.

  • Green, LW., Mullen, P.D.  & Maloney, S., eds. (1984). Large-scale health education campaigns. Health Education Quarterly 11: 221-339.

  • Green, L.W., Potvin, L., Richard, L. (1996). Ecological foundations of health promotion. American Journal of Health Promotion 10:(4):270-281.

  • Green, L.W., Rimer, B., Elwood, T.W. (1981). Biobehavioral approaches to cancer prevention and detection. In S. Weiss, A. Herd, and B. Fox, (eds.), Perspectives on Behavioral Medicine. New York: Academic Press, pp. 215-34.

  • Green, L.W., Rimer, B., Elwood, T.W. (1982). Public Education. In D. Shottenfeld and J. Fraumeni, Jr., (eds.), Cancer Epidemiology and Prevention. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, pp. 1100-10.

  • Green, L.W. and Simons-Morton, D (1988). Denial, delay and disappointment: discovering and overcoming the causes of drug errors and missed appointments. In D Schmidt and IE Leppik (eds.), Compliance in Epilepsy (Epilepsy Research, Suppl. 1). Amsterdam: Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., pp. 7-21.

  • Green, L.W., Tan, J., Gold, R.S.,  Kreuter, M.W.  (1994). EMPOWER/Canadian Health Expert System: The Application of Artificial Intelligence and Expert System Technology to Community Health Program Planning and Evaluation. Canadian Medical Informatics, 20-23.

  • Green, L.W., Wang, V.L., Deeds, S.G., et al. (1978). Guidelines for health education in maternal and child health programs. International Journal of Health Education 21 (suppl.): 1-33.

  • Green, L.W., Wang, V.L., and Ephross, P. (1974). A three-year longitudinal study of the effectiveness of nutrition aides on rural poor homemakers. American Journal of Public Health 64: 722-4.

  • Green, L.W., Gold, R., Kreuter, M., Chiasson, M., Milligan, D., Ranjha,, A., and Joab, A.  Demonstration of interactive software for teaching the PRECEDE-PROCEED model, paper presented at XVI World Conference on Health Promotion and Health Education.   San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 21-26, 1998.  Abstracts "Book published by Graduate School of Public Health, Medical Sciences Campus, University of Puerto Rico, 1998, p. 15.

  • Green, L.W., Werlin, S.H., Shauffler, H.H. and Avery, C.H. (1977). Research and demonstration issues in self-care: measuring the decline of medicocentrism. Health Education Monographs 5(2): 161-89; also in The SOPHE Heritage Collection of Health Education Monographs, vol. 3, J. G. Zapka, ed. (Oakland: Third Party Publishing), pp. 40-69.

  • Green, L.W., Wilson, A.L. and Lovato, C.Y. (1986). What changes can health promotion achieve and how long do these changes last? The tradeoffs between expediency and durability. Preventive Medicine 15(5): 508-21.

  • Green, L.W., Wilson, R.W. and Bauer, K.G. (1980). Objectives for the nation in health promotion and disease prevention and requirements to measure our progress. Proceedings of the 189th National Meeting of the Public Health Conference on Records and Statistics: New Challenges for Vital and Health Records. Washington, DC: Office of Health Research, Statistics, and Technology, National Center for Health Statistics, Public Health Service, DHHS Publication No. (PHS) 81-1214, pp. 229-234.

  • Green, L.W., Wilson, R.W. and Bauer, K.G. (1983). Data required to measure progress on the objectives for the nation in disease prevention and health promotion. American Journal of Public Health 73(1): 18-24.

  • Grigoryan, L., Burgerhof, J. G.M., Degener, J.E., Deschepper, R., Lundborg, C.S., Monnet, D.L., Scicluna, E.A., Birkin, J., and Haaijer-Ruskamp, F.M. (2008). Determinants of self-medication with antibiotics in Europe: the impact of beliefs, country wealth and the healthcare system. J. Antimicrob. Chemother., 61(5): 1172-1179. [Free Full Text]

  • Grisé, Marie-Claude L., Christiane Gauthier-Gagnon (Dir., Physiotherapy Prog., Ecole de Rédaptation, Faculté de médecine, Université de Montréal, C.P.6128, succursale A, Montréal, Québec, Canada H3C 3J7), and Martineau, Georges G (1993). Prosthetic profile of people with lower extremity amputation: conception and design of a follow-up questionnaire. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 74(8):862-870.

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