Health advocacy is one of the strategies used in health programs besides partnerships, building atmosphere and empowerment. Advocacy is also an example in interpersonal communication.
5 level of prevention by Leavell and Clark (1958) is the foundation of public health. The prevention activities are typically categorized into three which are primary, secondary and tertiary prevention.
P-Process is one scheme or framework that could explain the stages in developing effective health communication programs. The framework has 5 stages from analysis to evaluation.
SMART is an acronym for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic and timebound. This method is often used when setting goals.
Partnership is one of the strategy in health promotion. It is defined as a form of formal collaboration between individuals, organizations or organizations to achieve common goals.
Health communication is key strategy in public health. Communication will be effective if there are elements such as the communicator as a messenger, communicant or recipient of the message, the message itself as well as the channel or medium used as a means of delivering a message
Community empowerment or a healthy community development is one of strategy in public health to achieve the highest degree of health. These process uses the potential that exists in the community.