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Sammanfattning : In 2003, the Swedish Parliament adopted a national public health policy that included the domain - “A more health-promoting health service”. Strategies and tools are needed in the work to reorient health services. Personal health documents are documents concerning a person’s health, and are owned by the individual. LÄS MER
2. Health literacy among newly arrived refugees in Sweden and implications for health and healthcare
Sammanfattning : The overall aim of this thesis was to examine the distribution of health literacy (HL) levels in newly arrived Arabic-, Dari-, or Somali-speaking refugees in Sweden. Further aims were to investigate sociodemographic characteristics associated with inadequate HL in this group, and to investigate whether HL levels are associated with experiences of the health examination for asylum seekers (HEA), health seeking behaviour and health. LÄS MER
3. Health at Work : The Relationship between Organizational Justice, Behavioral Responses, and Health
Sammanfattning : Bakgrund: Anställdas hälsa, individuella beteenden i ett organisatoriskt sammanhang och upplevd organisatorisk rättvisa är teoretiskt förenade av social utbytesteori, copingteori och teorier som beskriver konsekvenserna av social ojämlikhet. Empiriskt är förhållandet mer oklart. LÄS MER
4. The value of social investments : A health economic approach to evaluating parenting interventions
Sammanfattning : Child mental health problems are current welfare challenges and may be costly to the individual, the family and society at large. The problems may persist and result in adverse outcomes later in life, which also carries a large financial burden. LÄS MER
5. Prevention and Treatment of Externalizing Behaviour Problems in Children through Parenting Interventions : An Application of Health Economic Methods
Sammanfattning : The early onset of externalizing behaviour problems (EBP) is associated with negative outcomes later in life, such as poor mental health, substance use, crime, and unemployment. Some children also develop conduct disorder (CD), entailing a high disease and economic burden for both individuals and society. LÄS MER