"Finally, health education specialists have a book devoted to philosophical perspectives from experts in the field. Without a doubt, this book will be a reader and keeper for students, scholars, practitioners, leaders, and teachers of health education and promotion, who routinely think about and share their own health education philosophy."
— Dixie Dennis, Ph.D., CHES, Austin Peay State University
"Finally! A book that clearly and critically collates the various philosophical foundations for the health education profession! Will assist budding (and mature) health educators in identifying and creating their own philosophy of health education practice. Bravo to the insightful editors and authors!"
— Carolyn P. Parks-Bani, PhD, Community Health Educator, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
"A captivating compilation of readings that presents diverse perspectives from past and present leaders on philosophical issues in health education. It is a much-needed addition to our professional literature that will serve as an essential resource for courses addressing the foundations and history of our field."
— David A. Birch, PhD, CHES, East Carolina University
"Philosophical Foundations of Health Education is an essential, comprehensive collection useful for any Health Education professional preparation program."
— Judy C. Drolet, PhD, CHES, FASHA, FAAHE, Southern Illinois University Carbondale