• Battel-Kirk, B, Barry, M.M., van der Zanden, G. Contu, P., Gallardo,C., Martinez, A., Speller. and Debenedetti, S (2015). Operationalising and piloting the IUHPE European accreditation system for health promotion. Global Health Promotion 2015; vol. 22, 3: pp. 25-34.

  •  Battel-Kirk ,B,. and Barry, M.M. ( 2013) Developing competency - based accreditation for Health Promotion in Europe. Rev Med (São Paulo). 2013 abr.-jun.;92(2):87-96

    http://www.revistas.usp.br/revistadc/article/viewFile/79564/83582

    Presents an overview of the development process.

  •  Battel-Kirk, B., Zanden, van der, G., Schipperen, M., Contu, P., Gallardo, C., Martinez, A., Garcia de Sola, S. and Barry, M.M. (2012). Developing a Competency-Based Pan-European Accreditation Framework for Health Promotion. Health Education and Behavior. 39 (6): 672–680.

    http://heb.sagepub.com/content/39/6/672.full.pdf+html (fee)

    Presents a useful overview of the development process of a European Accreditation Framework for Health Promotion. The resulting Framework outlines the processes for the accreditation of Health Promotion practitioners and Health Promotion education and training by accrediting organizations at national and European levels.

  • Battel-Kirk, B. and Barry, M.M. (2007). Testing the Feasibility of a pan-European Framework for Health Promotion Accreditation. IUHPE, Paris.

    Reports on a feasibility study on implementing a pan-European framework for Health Promotion accreditation in the context of Health Promotion systems and structures within participating countries and explores the barriers to and drivers for the development of an accreditation system in the complex European context

  • Gallardo. Martinez, A., Zeugma, M., Garcia de Sola, S. and the CompHP Project Partners. (2012). Testing the implementation of the CompHP Pan European Accreditation Framework in Practice Settings IUHPE, Paris.

    Presents findings from in-depth country studies, focusing on five countries, demonstrate the levels of Health Promotion development ranging from high to little or none and how this may impact on implementing accreditation.

  • Santa-María Morales, A. and Barry, M.M. (2007). Scoping Study on Training, Accreditation and Professional Standards in Health Promotion in Europe. IUHPE, Paris

    Presents the findings of a scoping study carried out in 2005/6 to determine the extent of training professional standards and accreditation in Health Promotion in Europe.

  • Santa-María Morales, A., Battel–Kirk, B., Barry, M.M, Bosket, L., Kasmel, A. and Griffiths, J. (2009). Perspectives on Health Promotion competencies and accreditation in Europe. Global Health Promotion, 16 (2) 21-32. http://ped.sagepub.com/content/16/2/21.full.pdf+html

    Discusses competency-based accreditation for Health Promotion in the European context including an overview of national-level accreditation processes in the UK, Estonia and The Netherlands.

  • Zanden, van der, G., Battel-Kirk, B., Schipperen, M. and the CompHP Project Partners. (2012a). The CompHP Core Pan European Accreditation Framework Handbook. IUHPE, Paris.

    Presents a Pan European Accreditation Framework which builds on the CompHP Core Competencies and Professional Standards. Includes details on development processes used.

  • Zanden, van der, G., Battel-Kirk, B., Schipperen, M., and the CompHP Project Partners (2012 b).Developing Consensus on a Pan European Accreditation Framework IUHPE, Paris.

    A detailed report on the development of a Pan European Accreditation Framework using consensus building with the Health Promotion community in Europe