Glob Health Promot volume 16, issue 4, P58-60 2009 DOI: 10.1177/1757975909348134 View full text
Stefano Campostrini, David V. McQueen, Linnea Evans

Abstract: Following a series of international meetings on behavioral monitoring and surveillance, in 2007 the Italian Ministry of Health (Ministerio della Salute) and the Institute for Health (Istituto Superiore della Sanità) hosted the 5(th) International Conference on Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance (BRFS) in Rome. A key focus of the conference was on how current surveillance systems could be applied to the field of health promotion, particularly in building the evidence base for health promotion practice. As a re…

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