Perceptions of credentialling for health promotion practitioners in Australia
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: To investigate the self-reported attitudes of health promotion practitioners towards the concept of credentialling of health promotion practitioners in Australia and the requirements perceived to be important if credentialling was introduced. Methods: A non-random convenience sample survey of health promotion practitioners in Australia was conducted using a self-administered written questionnaire. It contained both closed and open-ended questions that allowed for a combination of quantitative and qualitative analysis. Results: A total of 367 questionnaires were returned and analysed. The majority of respondents strongly supported the notion of credentialling.