Application and modification of the integrative model for environmental health
The Integrative Model for Environmental Health (IMEH) has guided research, literature reviews, and practice initiatives since 2002. This article presents the Modified IMEH that was developed based on using the IMEH as a guiding conceptual framework in a CBPR environmental health project. The authors discuss how they developed the Modified IMEH, how it differs from the original IMEH, and how it can be applied in the future.
Polivka, B. J., Chaudry, R., Crawford, J. M., Wilson, R., & Galos, D. (2013). Application and modification of the integrative model for environmental health. Public Health Nursing, 30(2), 167-176. Full Text.
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