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Evaluation of the MindOut Programme in Youthreach Centres
This report describes the evaluation of the MindOut programme that was implemented in Youthreach Centres in the HSE West (Galway, Mayo and Roscommon). The MindOut programme was originally developed as a resource to promote ...
HBSC Ireland: Physical Activity Patterns by Age and Gender
(National University of Ireland, Galway, 2008-11)
This short report presents a brief analysis of Moderate-Vigorous Physical Activity (MVPA) among Irish schoolchildren by age, gender, urban or rural location and health board region.
SLÁN 2007: Survey of Lifestyle, Attitudes and Nutrition in Ireland: Mental Health and Social Well-being Report.
(Department of Health and Children. (The Stationery Office), 2009)
This report presents the main findings on the mental health and social well-being of Irish adults from the 2007 Survey of Lifestyle, Attitudes and Nutrition (SLÁN 2007). The SLÁN 2007 survey, commissioned by the Department ...
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 ...
Evaluation of the Clwyd Mental Health Community Service: An interim report: Paper 3 Quality of life
(Health Services Research Unit, UCNW, Bangor, 1990)
This section of the report concerns the evaluation of the resettlement process on residents' quality of life. This paper considers some of the principal issues involved in quality of life evaluation research, describes the ...
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 for Parents: Exploring Parents Views on Using Technology to Promote Young People s Mental Health.
(HPRC & Inspire Ireland and Young and Well CRC, 2013)
Bridging the Digital Disconnect is a three-year program of research that aims to develop online mental health anddigital literacy resources for adults - including parents, teachers, youth workers, social workers, general ...
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 ...
A literature review on effective risk communication for the prevention and control of communicable diseases in Europe.
This review examines the current body of literature on risk communication related to communicable diseases, focusing on: (i) definitions and theories of risk communication; (ii) methodologies, tools and guidelines for risk ...