Peter Heusser
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Further reading on salutogenesis

The use of salutogenesis theory in empirical studies of maternity care for healthy mothers and babies. Perez-Botella M, Downe S, Meier Magistretti, Bengt Lindstrom B Berg M. Sexual & Reproductive Healthcare 2015;6(1),33–39
...Conclusion: Salutogenic framing is rarely used in maternity care research with healthy participants. An increase in research that measures salutogenically orientated outcomes could, eventually, provide a balance to the current over-emphasis on pathology in maternity care design and provision worldwide…” Full text online

A salutogenic interpretation of the Ottawa Charter. Eriksson M and Lindström B: Health Promot. Int. 23:190-199, 2008. doi:10.1093/heapro/dan014
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“…The metaphor of the river and the life cycle are new ways of demonstrating the paradigm shift provided by the Salutogenesis and health promotion in relation to public health and medicine. The salutogenic theory is an important contribution to the theory base of health promotion research and practice…”

Towards salutogenesis in the development of personalised and preventive healthcare. Alivia M, Guadagni P and Roberti di Sarsina P: EPMA J. 2011 December; 2(4): 381–384. doi:  10.1007/s13167-011-0131-9

Quality of Life as Medicine: Interventions that Induce Salutogenesis. A Review of the Literature.
Ventegodt S, Omar HA and Merrick J: Soc Indic Res (2011) 100:415–433.DOI 10.1007/s11205-010-9621-8
“…This paper reviews the medical (salutogenic) effect of interventions that aim to ..improve quality of life…”