Her main research concerns Public health, Intervention, Psychological intervention, Context and Health promotion. Her work in the fields of Public health, such as Health services research, intersects with other areas such as Glossary. Her Intervention research includes themes of Indigenous, Pedagogy, Preference and Value.
Her work carried out in the field of Psychological intervention brings together such families of science as Complex system, Risk analysis, Affect and Public relations. Penelope Hawe has researched Health promotion in several fields, including Community development, Health education and Health policy. Program evaluation is closely connected to Quality in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Applied psychology.
Her primary scientific interests are in Public health, Public relations, Health promotion, Psychological intervention and Intervention. Her research in Public health intersects with topics in Social capital, Content analysis, Framing and Environmental health. Her work deals with themes such as Community psychology, Qualitative research and Health care, Population health, which intersect with Public relations.
Her research integrates issues of Promotion, Systematic review, Community health and Health policy in her study of Health promotion. Her work in Psychological intervention addresses subjects such as Gerontology, which are connected to disciplines such as Cross-sectional study and Demography. Her study in the field of Human Systems Intervention is also linked to topics like Context.
Her primary areas of study are Public relations, Health promotion, Health policy, Public health and Knowledge management. Her Public relations research incorporates elements of Social media, Thematic analysis, Field and Health information. Her study in Health promotion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Restructuring, Accountability, Service delivery framework, Health information technology and Quality management.
She interconnects Health services research, General partnership and Health administration in the investigation of issues within Health policy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychological intervention, Management and Content analysis in addition to Public health. The Psychological intervention study combines topics in areas such as Participatory action research, Social capital and Social environment.
Penelope Hawe mainly focuses on Health promotion, Teamwork, Health informatics, Health services research and Health policy. Penelope Hawe has included themes like Restructuring and Quality management in her Health promotion study. Her Teamwork research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Service delivery framework, Quality, Health information technology and Accountability.
Her biological study deals with issues like Health administration, which deal with fields such as Intervention, PsycINFO and Evidence-based practice. Intervention and Psychological intervention are frequently intertwined in her study. Her studies deal with areas such as General partnership, Coproduction and Flexibility as well as Health policy.
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Criteria for evaluating evidence on public health interventions
L Rychetnik;M Frommer;P Hawe;A Shiell.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2002)
Complex interventions: how "out of control" can a randomised controlled trial be?
Penelope Hawe;Alan Shiell;Therese Riley.
Social capital and health promotion: a review.
Penelope Hawe;Alan Shiell.
Social Science & Medicine (2000)
Theorising Interventions as Events in Systems
Penelope Hawe;Alan Shiell;Therese Riley.
American Journal of Community Psychology (2009)
The need for a complex systems model of evidence for public health
Harry Rutter;Natalie Savona;Ketevan Glonti;Jo Bibby.
The Lancet (2017)
Complex interventions or complex systems? Implications for health economic evaluation
Alan Shiell;Penelope Hawe;Lisa Gold.
Ecological perspectives in health research
Lindsay McLaren;Penelope Hawe.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2005)
Multiplying Health Gains: the critical role of capacity-building within health promotion programs
Penelope Hawe;Michelle Noort;Lesley King;Christopher Jordens.
Health Policy (1997)
A glossary for evidence based public health
Lucie Rychetnik;Penelope Hawe;Elizabeth Waters;Alexandra Barratt.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2004)
A simple guide to chaos and complexity
Dean Rickles;Penelope Hawe;Alan Shiell.
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (2007)
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