Pederson, A., Ponic, P., Greaves, L. et al. (2010). Igniting an Agenda for Health Promotion for Women: Critical Perspectives, Evidence-based Practice, and Innovative Knowledge Translation. Canadian Journal of Public Health, 101: 259.
This article discusses the need for a conceptual framework that includes a sex-gender-diversity analysis and critically considers ‘what counts’ as health promotion to guide the development and implementation of evidence-based practice. The paper also considers how innovative knowledge translation practices, technology developments and action research can advance this agenda in ways that foster the participation of a wide range of stakeholders.