In the attempt to combine concepts from both, this model combines health promotion strategies, the determinants of health for the population, and levels of intervention (Stamler, L.,2011). By focusing on the socio-environmental perspectives, this model incorporates social and environmental risks, as well as psychosocial risk factors that affect a population’s health status (Stamler, L.,2011). By asking the right questions, “What action should be taken?”, “How do we complete this action?” and “Who can help us do this?”, the Population Health Promotion Model created detailed plans on how to make populations healthier (Bhatti &Hamilton, …show more content…
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