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Prevention: whereas health promotion is oriented at the strengthening of health through the improvement of resources and capabilities, prevention is oriented on the conservation of health through avoidance of risks and diseases. It can be differentiated between primary prevention (avoidance of the genesis of a disease), secondary prevention (early diagnosis of diseases) and tertiary prevention (avoidance of an elapse).

References

[1] http://www.boysandgirlslabs.eu/
[2] WHO (1998). Health promotion glossary. Geneva, WHO.
[3]Quint-Essenz, Glossary, from www.quint-essenz.ch/en/concepts
[4]Quint-Essenz, Glossary, from www.quint-essenz.ch/en/concepts
[5] http://www.emcdda.europa.eu/
[6]Quint-Essenz, Glossary, from www.quint-essenz.ch/en/concepts
[7] WHO (1998). Health promotion glossary. Geneva, WHO.
[8] Durlak J.A. (1998). Why Program Implementation is important. Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the community, 17, 15-8.
[9] http://www.eurofound.europa.eu/emcc/labourmarket/youth.htm

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