Category:Health and Social Care
Table Of Contents - Special Issue: The Health Promoting School – 3
Effects of the Dutch Skills for Life program on the health behavior, bullying, and suicidal ideation of secondary school studentsM. Fekkes, M.C. E. van de Sande, J. C. Gravesteijn, F.D. Pannebakker, G. J. Buijs, R.F.W. Diekstra, P. L. Kocken
– The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the effects of the Dutch “Skills for Life” programme on students’ health behaviours, bullying behaviour and suicidal ideation.
– The purpose of this paper is to report the results of a national survey that examined the extent of implementation of Health Promoting Schools (HPS) in Ireland.
Quantifying collaboration using Himmelman ' s strategies for working together: Findings from the Tennessee coordinated school health programMegan A Quinn, Jodi L Southerland, Kasie Richards, Deborah L Slawson, Bruce Behringer, Rebecca Johns-Womack, Sara Smith
Coordinated school health programs (CSHPs), a type of health promoting school (HPS) program adopted by Canada and the USA, were developed to provide a comprehensive…
A systematic literature review of alcohol education programmes in middle and high school settings (2000-2014)Timo Dietrich, Sharyn Rundle-Thiele, Lisa Schuster, Jason P. Connor
Social marketing benchmark criteria were used to understand the extent to which single-substance alcohol education programmes targeting adolescents in middle and high…
Examining participation in relation to students’ development of health-related action competence in a school food setting: LOMA case studyDorte Ruge, Morten Kromann Nielsen, Bent Egberg Mikkelsen, Bjarne Bruun-Jensen
The purpose of this paper is to examine how students’ participation in an integrated school food program was related to the development of components of food and…
– The purpose of this paper is to provide insight into teachers’ practice in implementing school-based health promotion.
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