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Achieving consensus in developing a national set of child well-being indicators.
This paper provides an account of the methodology used to gain consensus around the development of a national set of child well-being indicators in the Republic of Ireland. This development was identified as a key objective ...
Children photographing well-being: facilitating participation in research
Children aged 8-12 years took 723 photographs representing well-being. Another group of children categorised the photographs, identified what was missing and discussed their inter-relationships. The largest categories were ...
Influence of sociodemographic and neighbourhood factors on self rated health and quality of life in rural communities: findings from the Agriproject in the Republic of Ireland
(BMJ Group, 2004-01-26)
Objective: To examine the influence of sociodemographic and neighbourhood factors on self rated health, quality of life, and perceived opportunities for change (as one measure of empowerment) in rural Irish communities. Design: ...
Childrens', parents' and teachers' perceptions of child wellbeing.
Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to present an exploration of parents', teachers' and childrens' perspectives on children's understanding of wellbeing with the aim of illuminating and comparing the conceptualisation ...
A process evaluation of the National drug awareness campaign.
In response to the National Drugs Strategy 2001-2008 a national mass media awareness campaign was undertaken from May 2003 to December 2005 with the aim of highlighting the facts about drug misuse and increasing awareness ...
Child well-being: children's, parents' and teachers' perceptions.
(National Institute of Health Sciences, 2008-10)
That chldren's lives be better understood is a necessary contributing step to the development of child centred quality supports, services and policies and it would appear logical that actively seeking out children's voices ...