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What makes mental health promotion effective?
(SAGE Journals Online, 2005-06-01)
When designing a comprehensive strategy for mental health promotion, as that called for in the European WHO Action Plan for Mental Health (WHO, 2005), one possible effective framework for such a strategy is to take a ...
Factors associated with bicycle helmet use among young adolescents in a multinational sample
(BMJ Group, 2005-03-22)
Bicycle helmet use among young adolescents varies greatly between countries; however, helmet use does not reach 50% in any country. Age is the most significant individual factor associated with helmet for helmet using ...
Mental health promotion works: A review.
(SAGE Journals Online, 2005-06)
Positive mental health is a value in its own right; it contributes to the individual¿s well-being and quality of life; and also contributes to society and the economy by increasing social functioning and social capital. ...
Legislation for smoke-free workplaces and health of bar workers in Ireland: before and after study
(BMJ Group, 2005-10)
Objectives - To compare exposure to secondhand smoke and respiratory health in bar staff in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland before and after the introduction of legislation for smoke-free workplaces in the ...
Bullying and symptoms among school-aged children: international comparative cross sectional study in 28 countries
(Oxford Journals, 2005-03-08)
Background: There have been no large-scale international comparisons on bullying and health among adolescents. This study examined the association between bullying and physical and psychological symptoms among adolescents ...
The implementation of mental health promotion programmes
The evaluation of programme implementation has a critical role to play in advancing knowledge and practice in mental health promotion. While much progress has made in recent years in establishing a sound evidence base for ...