Folate fortification : a case study of public health policy-making

Lawrence, Mark Andrew 2003, Folate fortification : a case study of public health policy-making. In Gibson, Brendan and Lin, Vivian (ed), Evidence-based health policy : problems and possibilities, Oxford University Press, Melbourne, Vic., pp.110-126.

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Title Folate fortification : a case study of public health policy-making
Author(s) Lawrence, Mark AndrewORCID iD for Lawrence, Mark Andrew
Title of book Evidence-based health policy : problems and possibilities
Editor(s) Gibson, Brendan
Lin, Vivian
Publication date 2003
Chapter number 9
Total chapters 23
Start page 110
End page 126
Total pages 17
Publisher Oxford University Press
Place of Publication Melbourne, Vic.
Summary Introducing Evidence Based Health Policy: Problems and Possibilities, Section 1: What is the Problem?, 1: Competing Rationalities: Evidence based Health Policy, 2: Beyond Two Communities, Section 2: What does Evidence Mean?, 3: Evidence based Medicine - The Medical Profession and Health Policy, 4: Mind The Gap: Assessing the Quality of Evidence for Public Health Problems, 5: Health Policy and Normative Analysis: Ethics, Evidence and Politics, 6: What is New in Health Information? Evidence for Health Consumers and Policy Making, 7: From Evidence based Medicine to Evidence based Public Health, Section 3: Policy Case Studies, 8: The Viagra Affair: Evidence as the Terrain for Competing Partners, 9: Folate Fortification: A Case Study of Public Health Policy-Making in a Food Regulation Setting, 10: The Supply and Safety of Blood and Blood Products - Evidence, Risk and Policy, 11: The Development of Nurse Practitioner Policy, 12: Creating Healthy Public Policy for Oral Health: How was the Evidence Used?, 13: Regulation of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Victoria, 14: The Victorian Primary Health Care Reforms: A Case Study of Evidence-based Policy Making, 15: Evidence-based Practice in the Australian Drug Policy Community, 16: Challenging the Evidence - Women's Health Policy in Australia, 17: Evidence and Aboriginal Health Policy, 18: The Limits to Technical Rationality in the Health Inequalities Policy Process, 19: Evidence-based policy: A Technocratic Wish in a Political World, Section 4: Is the transfer of evidence into policy possible?, 20: The Community Model of Research Transfer, 21: Getting Research Transfer into Policy and Practice in Maternity Care, 22: Improving the Research and Policy Partnership: An Agenda for Research Transfer and Governance, 23: Framing and Taming 'Wicked' Problems
ISBN 9780195515510
Language eng
Field of Research 111799 Public Health and Health Services not elsewhere classified
HERDC Research category B1.1 Book chapter
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