Education and Health articles - complete Archive now online!
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.
By the way, we are always looking for new contributors and you will see that articles can range from 500-2000 words. If you've got a project that you are proud or something you want to say, do get in touch.
‘Education and Health’ is aimed at those who are concerned with the healthy development of young people. Readers come from a broad background and include: primary, secondary and further education teachers, university staff, and health-care professionals working in education and health settings.
Articles focus on recent health education initiatives, relevant research findings, materials and strategies for education and health related behaviour data.
Should you or your library not subscribe, then please consider supporting this independent journal, £20 for 4 issues.
* P.S. It's possible that some of the PDFs are missing; do let us know about any teething problems.