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The Irish health behaviour in school-aged children (HBSC) study 2014
(Department of Health, 2015)
This report presents data from HBSC Ireland 2014, the Irish Health Behaviour in Schoolaged Children survey. The 2014 HBSC survey is the fifth time that data of this kind have been collected from young people across the ...
Promotion of mental health and prevention of mental disorders: priorities for implementation
There is compelling evidence from high-quality studies that mental health promotion and primary prevention interventions can reduce the risk of mental disorders, enhance protective factors for good mental and physical ...
Promoting social and emotional wellbeing in schools
Purpose This paper provides a critical perspective on the international evidence on promoting young people s social and emotional wellbeing in schools. The challenges of integrating evidence-based interventions within ...
Physical activity, screen time and the risk of subjective health complaints in school-aged children
Internationally, subjective health complaints have become increasingly prevalent in children. Thus, a comprehensive understanding of the determinants of health complaints is needed to inform effective policies and strategies. ...
Taking part in school life: views of children
Investigating active travel to primary school in Ireland Investigating active travel to primary school in Ireland Natasha Daniels (Health Promotion Research Centre, Aras na Coiribe, National University of Ireland Galway, ...