For the fundamentals on Making the Case for Prevention, we invite you to begin with these publications:
You can also find strategies, tools and resources on Making the Case for Prevention by browsing all related publications, below.
Prevention Institute's Founder Larry Cohen chronicles the history of anti-smoking efforts, and how he helped guide a new approach that has resulted in policy and legislative changes. See how...
This Rapid Response Framing Brief shows how framing can help or hinder people's ability to see the ways environments shape...
This Rapid Response Framing Brief explains how food and beverage companies are borrowing the symbolism of the environmental...
This Strategic Alliance document identifies concrete steps that business and government can take to create healthier places to live and work.
Violence is among the most serious health threats in the nation today, jeopardizing the health and safety of the public. Recognizing that law enforcement alone cannot solve the problem of violence...
This Q&A on violence as a public health issue addresses key questions, including:
This framing brief explores how violence affecting youth has been portrayed in the news, how the issue of race complicates depictions of youth and violence, and how public attitudes about...
This document highlights neighborhood-level changes to the built environment that can have a positive influence on the health of community residents, especially in low-income communities. The...
This Prevention Institute and PolicyLink document examines the role of prevention and public health investments in furthering the goals of federal health reform.
This Convergence Partnership document makes recommendations for investment in prevention and wellness as an element of the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act of 2009.