Thank you for taking the time to participate in this survey. Your feedback is valuable and your input is greatly appreciated.
 
Please note that, for the purpose of this research, Health Promotion practice is defined as work which reflects Health Promotion as described by the Ottawa Charter (WHO,1986) and successive WHO charters and declarations on promoting health and reducing health inequities by:
· building healthy public policy,
· creating supportive environments,
· strengthening community action,
· developing personal skills,
· reorienting health services.
 
This includes management, education and research directly related to Health Promotion.

* 1. Please complete the following:

Please note that you can choose whether or not to give your contact details. However, if you would like to be updated on, or be involved in, the later stages of this research you must give your contact details. All responses are confidential. 

Please also note that all questions must be answered to progress through the questionnaire. There is an indicator at the bottom of each page which tells you the percentage of the questions that you have completed.

* 2. What is your gender?

* 3. Which country do you work in?

* 4. What is your job title?

* 5. Which sector do you work in? Please choose as many as apply if you work in more than one sector.

* 6. What area of Health Promotion do you work in? Please choose as many as apply if you work in more than one area.

* 7. How many years have you worked in Health Promotion?

* 8. What is the highest level of education you have attained?

* 9. What is the title and discipline of your highest educational award?

* 10. Do you have a specific qualification in Health Promotion?

* 11. Are you a member of a professional association related to Health Promotion?

 
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