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Promotion of Mental Health and Primary Prevention of Mental Disorders: Priorities for Implementation, An Evidence Brief.
(WHO, EMRO, 2014-06-18)
This paper provides a briefing for policy and decision-makers on the evidence for mental health promotion and primary prevention interventions that can be implemented and sustained at a reasonable cost, whilst generating ...
Bridging the Digital Disconnect: Exploring Youth, Education, Health and Mental Health Professionals Views on Using Technology to Promote Young People s Mental Health
Bridging the Digital Disconnect is a three-year program of research that aims to develop online resources for adults, including parents, youth workers, education, health and mental health professionals who wish to ...
Health communication and its role in the prevention and control of communicable diseases in Europe- Current evidence, practice and future developments.
Health communication is integral to the effective public health response to the continuing threat posed by communicable diseases in European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA) Member States. Public health ...
A rapid evidence review of health advocacy for communicable diseases.
Advocacy has been identified as a key strategy for health promotion and public health and a powerful tool to promote equity. In the context of public health, advocacy strives to optimise health by addressing the environmental, ...
A Literature Review on Health Communication Campaign Evaluation with Regard to the Prevention and Control of Communicable Diseases in Europe
Executive summary Introduction This review collates and summarises the literature on communication campaign evaluation with relevance to the prevention and control of communicable diseases. The purpose of this review is ...
Priorities for implementing the promotion of mental health and primary prevention of mental disorder: Technical Evidence Paper
(HPRC, NUI Galway, 2014-06-18)
Good mental health is an integral component of population health and wellbeing and contributes to the functioning of individuals, families, communities and the social and economic prosperity of society [1,2]. Promoting ...
Developing a Consensus on Core Competencies for Health Promotion.
[no abstract available]
Recent Rape/Sexual Assault: National Guidelines on Referral and Forensic Clinical Examination
(Health Service Executive and Department of Justice and Law Reform, 2014)