No, not me... I just came across a table in my papers that I have always enjoyed looking at, and thought I'd share it.
Each month you can receive Internet links to some of the latest research about young people's health related behaviour.
Follow this link to find research about 11-16 year olds...
For links to research about 5-11 and 16+ year olds follow this link...
Each month SHEU compile lists of Internet links to research about young people and their health related behaviour.
Visit the archives - grouped under topic and age group.
Feedback from clients is just one of the items featured in our most recent SHEUNews.
Another comment is, "The survey data for (us) are very useful ... This is especially important when evaluating the impact of interventions regarding alcohol or other areas...".
"The relationship between depression level and smoking motives in college smokers."
One example from new research on the Internet about health issues relating to young people (16+ year olds).
Please follow this link to find more research links about 16+ year olds
Tell colleagues to visit the other SHEU research resources (about 5-11) and (about 11-16) yr. olds.
We've been using postcards for many years as a way of attracting attention to our survey and research services. The postcards use several illustrations from Brighton-based designer Karen Donnelly They remain very popular and have enabled thousands of people to join our research emailing services and discover more about SHEU surveys.
We have great pleasure in announcing that the archive of ‘Education and Health’ articles has been put online:
The journal was first published in 1983 and the archive is up-to-date (as of Spring 2011) and you can read any of the articles for free as a PDF*. We hope search engines will be able to index the PDFs in their usual manner, and enable you to search the articles on all our web pages; meanwhile, you can search on any word or name you wish.
We are very used to producing reports for schools, local authorities, public health departments and the public.
What is a bit more unusual is to be asked to produce a report for primary pupils. However, always willing, we've had a go for one school, and having got a model that we (and the pupils) were happy with, we can now offer this as a service to all schools.
The brief was:
- A summary of the school's results
- Simple enough for most pupils to access
See what you think!
It's been a sad week as many of our friends and colleagues lost their jobs in local authorities at the end of March.
The energy and momentum of the Healthy Schools programme was inspiring and we hope that the networks that have been created around the country and the lessons learned over the last ten years will be preserved.
We were pleased and interested to see Elizabeth Ettorre, previously a member of our Advisory Group, talking about her new book:
in a short video: