Intervention

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Intervention may refer to:

Social sciences and health[edit]

  • Psychological intervention, any action by psychological professionals designed to bring about change in a client
  • Intervention theory, a term used in social studies and social policy to refer to the decision making problems of intervening effectively in a situation in order to secure desired outcomes
  • Human Systems Intervention, the design and implementation of interventions in social settings where adults are confronted with the need to change their perspectives, attitudes, and actions
  • Health intervention, an effort to promote good health behaviour or to prevent bad health behaviour
  • Intervention (consulting), term used in the field of Organizational development

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