Further Reading & Links
Additional Information on participatory research and quality development in health promotion and prevention:
BZgA – Good Practice Criteria in Health Promotion with Socially Disadvantaged
Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH) – A North American network for participatory research and collaboration in the health field:
Forum: Qualitative Social Research (FQS) – Online journal for qualitative research
Nexus Academy for participatory methods
WHO Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion, Regional Office Europe (WHO Europe)
Quint Essenz (Switzerland) Glossary: https://www.quint-essenz.ch/en/concepts
Glossar wirkungsorientierter Evaluation (Univation, Köln, 2008)http://www.univation.org/glossar-wirkungsorientierter-evaluation
Service Organisations and Collaborative Partners:
Federal German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF) http://www.bmbf.de
German AIDS Service Organisation Inc. (Deutsche AIDS-Hilfe e.V.) http://www.aidshilfe.de/
German Institute for Urban Planning (Deutsches Institut für Urbanistik, DIFU) http://www.difu.de/
Public Health Research Group, WZB: http://www.wzb.eu/bal/ph/
Health Berlin Inc. (Gesundheit Berlin e.V.) http://www.gesundheitberlin.de
“Health Promotion with Socially Disadvantaged Populations” Cooperative (Kooperationsverbund "Gesundheitsförderung bei sozial Benachteiligten") http://www.gesundheitliche-chancengleichheit.de/
About This Document
Health Berlin Inc (Gesundheit Berlin e.V.) and the Public Health Research Group of the Social Science Research Centre Berlin developed the original German website, which the content of this documentis based on, as part of the collaborative prevention research project “Using experience – Deepening Knowledge – Improving Practice”. The Federal German Ministry for Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, BMBF) funded the work.
To further international discussions on setting-based approaches to health promotion (community-based prevention) and action research in public health (participatory action research), internationally proven participatory research methods that aim for the active participation of the target group were transferred to the context of German health promotion and prevention practice (quality development). This document presents health promotion and prevention concepts, methods and case studies that have been developed in workshops and through consultancies, and have proven useful in practice.
They are directed at workers in independent service organisations, public health services, health insurance companies or social service organisations involved in the planning and implementation of health promotion interventions with socially disadvantaged populations.
The material has been translated into English as part of the IQhiv initiative. Some links and biographical references are to German materials. However, you can find information in English about many of the concepts and participatory methods by searching the Internet.