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MacKinnon,D Backett-Milburn,K 2005. Getting the evidence into practice and policy to improve young people's health: Some barriers and facilitators. Rather than just focusing on the viewpoint of researchers, this article illustrates that there are challenges for policy-makers and practitioners too including adopting a more multi-stakeholder approach that involves recognising different interests, greater collaboration and becoming skilled communicators,. Education and Health 23(3),47-48. PDF

Cook,D Campion,J Duffy,J 2005. Airedale Back Care for Children (ABC) Programme. Research has shown that found 50% of children would experience low back pain by the age of 14 and poor lifestyle practices and postures in childhood can lead to spinal problems in adults. The ABC initiative now equips and empowers children from 6 - 12 years old to change their lifestyle and also enhances schools' PSHE programme,. Education and Health 23(3),40. PDF

Richardson-Todd,B 2005. A Way Forward for School Nursing: The Jigsaw project. One area in the UK decided to change the way in which school nurses and health visitors traditionally worked. They joined together in teams based on geographical boundaries around school pyramids, called community clusters. This project is called Jigsaw as each team member has a small piece in the bigger picture,. Education and Health 23(3),37-39. PDF

Regis,D Cruickshank,R 2005. Attitudes towards breastfeeding in Wigan. The group least positive were the older females and this must be an unhappy trend for those who want to promote breastfeeding. Rather than blandly recommending more work in schools, we would prefer to urge people to examine the barriers to including breastfeeding promotion work in school and other settings,. Education and Health 23(3),35-36. PDF

Cruickshank,R Regis,D 2005. Attitudes towards breastfeeding among young people in Wigan. The group least positive were the older females and this must be an unhappy trend for those who want to promote breastfeeding. Rather than blandly recommending more work in schools, we would prefer to urge people to examine the barriers to including breastfeeding promotion work in school and other settings,. Education and Health 23(3),35-36. PDF

Balding,J 2005. If I knew then...over 25 years of schools, health and education. July 2005 sees the retirement of the founder of the Schools Health Education Unit who looks back to research developments that continue to provide a greater understanding of young people's health-related behaviour,. Education and Health 23(2),29-32. PDF

Williams,A 2005. Size doesn't matter- Evidence does. Guernsey recently voted to ban all smoking in enclosed public and working places. One of the biggest contributors, that demonstrated the impact the smoking campaign was having, was the strong evidence-base from monitoring smoking levels amongst young people,. Education and Health 23(2),27-28. PDF

Regis,D 2005. Good News about Drug Education. In 2003, we reported on a link between lower drug use and usefulness of drug education. Now we are able to counter recent headlines: "The doped-up generation - drugs and drink grab the young", and, "Kids of today are happier than ever - no wonder, the dope and booze they get through". The Schools Health Education Unit has been following trends in large samples of pupils from schools using surveys since 1987, and, while there are concerns, there is good news in the figures too,. Education and Health 23(2),24. PDF

Joyce,R 2005. Blueprint National Drug Education Research Programme: an update. The Blueprint Drug Education Research Programme was set up to ensure that future drug education policy was based on tested and tried evidence developed in England. The full results are due in 2007, but there are interim findings that will be shared as Blueprint progresses,. Education and Health 23(2),19-20. PDF

MacKinnon,D 2005. Getting the evidence into practice and policy to improve young people's health: Some barriers and facilitators. This abstract is taken from a forthcoming article about the role of evidence in youth health policy and practice and examines some of the challenges researchers face in getting research findings into the arena,. Education and Health 23(1),16. PDF

Keller,SN La,Belle,H 2005. STDs.com: Sexuality Education Online. This study found that teenagers in the United States frequently used the Internet for sexual health information, but only a few health topics of importance were considered by students to be well covered by the Web sites. Focus group results showed the Web sites failed to answer teenagers' personal questions, and did not provide adequate information on sexual health counseling or the risk of getting reinfected with sexually transmitted diseases,. Education and Health 23(1),10-11. PDF

Lee,H 2005. Young people challenging the culture of binge drinking. Education and Health 32(2),25-26. PDF

Peretti-Watel,P 2005. Cannabis-related beliefs and behaviour among French adolescents: school based prevention may boomerang#. Education and Health 23(4),62-63. PDF

O'Byrne,J 2005. The Body Image Project. Education and Health 23(4),61. PDF

Henderson,M West,P Raab,G 2005. School effects on health behavoiurs. Education and Health 23(4),57-59. PDF

Hiller,A 2005. Mental health: fun on their minds. Education and Health 23(4),56. PDF

Balding,A 2005. A snapshot of the health related behaviour of young people in Further Education Colleges. Education and Health 23(4),55. PDF

Leaman,L 2005. How Parents and Teachers can help youngsters with challenging behaviour.. Education and Health 23(4),54. PDF

Ridgers,ND Startton,G Curley,J White,G 2005. Liverpool Sporting Playgrounds Project. Education and Health 23(4),51-53. PDF

Grant,S 2005. Tipu Ka Rea/ to grow, expand and multiply: an operational model for developing sustainable health-promoting schools in Aotearoa/New Zealand. Education and Health 23(3),44-46. PDF

O'Sullivan,M etal 2005. Aspects of Childhood Obesity in an Irish region: 'Our children...their future...why weight?' Four studies highlight the concern of parents and teachers about some negative aspects of home and school life that contribute towards child and teenage obesity,. Education and Health 23(3),41-43. PDF

Icheku,V 2005. Application of self-directed learning in health and social care education. Education and Health 23(2),21-24. PDF

Osborn,M. 2005 Great Yarmouth Young Men’s Project. The project won the fpa's national Pamela Sheridan Award in 2004 for outstanding work in sex and relationships education, Education and Health 23(1),9 PDF

 

Davies,S 2005. The Brightside Trust : a dynamic E-mentoring tool,. Education and Health 23(1),8. PDF

Griffiths,MD Miller,H 2005. E-mentoring in schools : a brief review. E-mentoring has several advantages over traditional face to face mentoring, but it also poses unique challenges to relationship development and maintenance,. Education and Health 23(1),6-8. PDF

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Comments about SHEU

"The data from the 2018/19 survey is still in heavy use here, the physical activity related findings were pivotal in changing the relevant strategy recently to target less active groups like girls towards the end of secondary school, and I’ve three fairly hefty jobs on the to-do list that will use the data with other sources to identify target schools for mental health and physical activity projects, and another looking at community safety. I call it the gift that keeps giving and that certainly seems to be the case!"

Senior Public Health Specialist (Intelligence)

"You have made a truly significant contribution to health education and health promotion of young people in, not only England, but all over the United Kingdom and beyond." Colleague from NHS Scotland paying tribute to John Balding, presented at his retirement lunch, May 2005

NHS Scotland

"This week I have been working on a major strategy for service design -- it is easy to get solely focussed on hospitals, performance targets, and work force planning -- all very important; but at the same the needs of young people and how we need to work across agencies to address the health needs of today and tomorrow must be recognised. SHEU is founded to do just this."

PCT Performance Manager

"The data for (us) are very useful ... This is especially important when evaluating the impact of interventions regarding alcohol or other areas, as the survey data are likely to provide an earlier indication than routine data sources."

Specialist Registrar in Public Health

...our analyst here in Public Health- is beside himself with excitement about all the juicy data pouring in...he can't wait to get his hands on it!!!!
He is happier than I have seen him for years.

Public Health Principal

"I really think that the HRBQ is a wonderful piece of work in terms of getting useful information for so many different organisations in one go." Healthy Children's Research and Statistics Officer

Research and Statistics Officer

"We never make a move without looking at these excellent reports." Public Health Consultant

Public Health Consultant

"We would like to take part in the next ECM survey. We have found the data produced invaluable for supporting evidence in our SEF etc."

School Vice Principal

"Thank you very much, David, for another excellent survey.  We look forward to receiving our reports."

Healthy Schools Co-ordinator

"I would like to say that this survey was very useful and made me realise things about PE and health that I had never realised before......Food at school is groovy, especially if your school does Jamie Olivers School Dinners. Viva apples and thanks for the survey." Female pupil, 13 yrs old

Female pupil, 13yrs