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Daniel Pink’s “To Sell is Human”: Applications for public health – advocacy, technical assistance & behaviour change

Revisiting all my favourite books for my earlier blog post on “most inspiring public health books” brought me to Pink’s To Sell is Human published this year. Like his earlier work, Drive, To Sell is Human has clear applications for public health, especially for those working in technical assistance, behavior change and advocacy.   With […]

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Decisive: The new book from the Heath brothers; How does it apply to using data for policy and program decision-making?

The book Decisive was recently recommended to me by public health colleague and fellow UNC HBHE alum Tom Davis. The book provides an overview of the scientific literature around decision making to explain “how to make better choices in life and work”. It is an easy read; I read it over a busy weekend. It […]

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