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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

Vincent,D 2007. Stoke on Trent College awarded the Kirklees Healthy College Standard, . Education and Health 27(October),9. PDF

Storey,K 2007. New College Swindon: The Confide Clinic, . Education and Health 27(October),8. PDF

Albutt,MJ 2007. Healthy College Initiatives: Are you thinking outside the boxes or just ticking them?, special edition, . Education and Health 27(October),7. PDF

Ahern,P 2007. Stockport Healthy College Standard: An audit tool for Every Child Matters, special edition, . Education and Health 27(October),6. PDF

Ghai,B 2007. Walsall College: Promoting healthy lifestyles with young people,. Education and Health 27(October),5. PDF

Chell,P 2007. Extending the Healthy Schools principles into Further Education, special edition, . Education and Health 27(October),3. PDF

Balding,A 2007. Support for Healthy Colleges, . Education and Health 27(October),2. PDF

Perlejewski,A 2007. Yeovil College - Our Commitment to a Better College,. Education and Health 27(October),18. PDF

Robson,R Chalmers,D 2007. The 'Have I got It?' Pee in a Pot Experiences,. Education and Health 27(October),17. PDF

Chalmers,D Robson,R 2007. The 'Have I got It?' Pee in a Pot Experiences, special edition, . Education and Health 27(October),17. PDF

Marshall,J 2007. Bradford College - A Healthy College, . Education and Health 27(October),16. PDF

Lloyd-Jones,R 2007. Regent College - Healthy College Standards, . Education and Health 27(October),15. PDF

Emmerson,L 2007. Sex and Relationships Education: supporting transition to Adulthood,. Education and Health 27(October),13-14. PDF

Birch,K 2007. Mental Health in Colleges, special edition, . Education and Health 27(October),11-12. PDF

Beardall,A 2007. South Thames College - Health Promotion, . Education and Health 27(October),10. PDF

Storey,K 2007. New College Swindon: Development of the Confide Clinic, . Education and Health 25(4),77-80. PDF

Griffiths,MD de Freitas,S 2007. Online gaming and synthetic worlds as a medium for classroom teaching, . Education and Health 25(4),74-76. PDF

Aleixo,P Norris,CE 2007. Comics, Reading and Primary Aged Children,. Education and Health 25(4),70-73. PDF

Ahern,P 2007. Stockport College: development of a Healthy College Standard,. Education and Health 25(4),67-70. PDF

Soultatou,P 2007. School Health Education in Greek Secondary Schools: Searching for a place in the National Curriculum, . Education and Health 25(4),63-69. PDF

Regis,D 2007. Who decides how much TV youngsters watch? . Education and Health 25(3),79-80. PDF

Wiles,R Austin,J 2007. City of Sunderland College positive practice, . Education and Health 25(3),77-78. PDF

O'Keeffe,J 2007. INFO outreach: Schools are an important setting for health promotion enabling young people to access support and advice on a range of health issues,. Education and Health 25(3),75-76. PDF

Morris,N 2007. Blood glucose level and the consolidation of learning,. Education and Health 25(3),71-74. PDF

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