Category:Health and Social Care
Table Of Contents - Special Issue: Mental health promotion in schools
The purpose of this paper is to focus on the evaluation of an internet‐delivered stress‐prevention program for adolescents as a possible alternative for school‐based…
“Crazy? So what!”:: A school programme to promote mental health and reduce stigma – results of a pilot studyInes Conrad, Sandra Dietrich, Dirk Heider, Anne Blume, Matthias C. Angermeyer, Steffi Riedel‐Heller
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the health‐promoting and stigma‐reducing effect of the German school‐based programme “Crazy? So what!”.
The purpose of this paper is to review two school intervention projects aiming to promote students' self‐efficacy in Germany. Self‐efficacy, defined as people's “beliefs…
The purpose of this paper is to investigate whether students' perceptions of their school environment and their adjustment to school are associated with health outcomes…
The purpose of this paper is to highlight new and existing research on school characteristics that are essential elements in building the capacity of school communities to…
MindMatters – a programme for the promotion of mental health in primary and secondary schools: Results of an evaluation of the German language adaptationM. Franze, P. Paulus
The purpose of this article is to present a German adaptation of the Australian programme MindMatters for school mental health promotion in secondary schools.
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- Dr James Woodall