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By Ardene Robinson, Ph.D. Vollman, Elizabeth T. Anderson, Judith McFarlane

Rev. ed. of: Canadian group as accomplice / Ardene Robinson Vollman, Elizabeth T. Anderson, Judith McFarlane. 2d ed. c2008.

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Risk factors are elements, often behaviour patterns, which tend to dispose people to poorer health and are modifiable through strategies that create individual behaviour change. Risk conditions, on the other hand, are general circumstances over which people have little or no control that are known to affect health status. Risk conditions are usually a result of public policy and are modified through collective action and social reform. The population health promotion model allows for the integration of new knowledge from research, experience, and evaluation.

Core competencies can improve the practice of public health by providing a foundation for enhanced education and professional development. Their common language and values support collaboration and partnership development. They also provide an opportunity to improve recognition and understanding of public health. Discipline-specific competencies are being developed in consultation with key public health professional bodies such as the Canadian Institute for Public Health Inspection (CIPHI) and Community Health Nurses of Canada (CHNC).

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