Culture of Health Review Series
“The health of a nation’s people is perhaps its most valuable asset.”
This review series examines how we can build a culture of health, providing unique perspectives, ideas, and knowledge on this important topic. Our invited reviewers discuss subjects from redefining health to the ‘American Health Care Paradox’, patient engagement and making healthy choices to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Culture of Health Action Framework.
The reviews are freely available to read until the 30th June 2017.
How to build a culture of health (Guest Editorial)
American health care paradox - high spending on health care and poor health
Elizabeth H. Bradley; Heather Sipsma; Lauren A. Taylor
Redefining “Health” for the 21st Century
Bernard J. Tyson
Creating a culture of health: Evolving healthcare systems & patient engagement
Staffan Lindblad; Sofia Ernestam; Aricca Van Citters; Cristin Lind; Tamara Morgan; Eugene Nelson
Make the healthy choice the easy choice: using behavioral economics to advance a culture of health
Kevin Volpp & David A. Asch
Building a Culture of Health: An Unprecedented Opportunity (coming soon)