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This popular textbook gives healthcare students and practitioners the practical knowledge and skills they need to effectively communicate and promote health and wellbeing. The second edition has been fully updated in response to recent changes in social policy, reflected by health communications and campaigns. New topics covered include: - Commissioning - Project planning - Patient held records - Interpersonal skills - Cultural and religious issues - Micro communication skills Case studies, activities and reflective questions are included in each chapter to bring the discussion to life, encourage critical thinking and provide the reader with an opportunity to apply the knowledge to their own practice. This book will be a valuable resource for students, lecturers and practitioners working across the healthcare field at an individual and community level. The interdisciplinary approach means it will also be suitable for those with a background in health studies, public health and nursing. Nova Corcoran is Lecturer at the University of Glamorgan.