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"... the information and resources are invaluable in helping to prepare our programmes and lessons for students and supporting the delivery team of staff."

Grammar School Headteacher

"I regularly read your (research emails) and use them as resources."

Healthy College Coordinator

"Yes please - I find the information extremely useful in my work here."

Head of Student Health

"Please continue to send this bulletin it is very useful."

"I like the format, easy to read, links work!"

Research and Statistics Officer

"The (research emails) are very useful in my job as PSHE Coordinator and also for supporting the development of our onsite health centre."

PSHE Coordinator

"Most helpful, thanks"

National Health Education Group member

"The (research emails) always contain something I find interesting."

School Health Advisor

"SHEU research is a wonderful tool and very useful to several of the teaching staff here plus the library research files. Keep up your amazing work."

School Librarian

"The simple email-with-links-system works well for me and the links are extremely relevant for my line of work. I use the information to keep up to date with current health issues and research."

Healthy Schools Advisor

"I found this communication very useful."

Public Health Consultant

" ... great source of information and research to follow up."

Healthy Schools Programme Co-ordinator

"I often use your research to back up the training I do for schools. Keep up the good work."

School Improvement Adviser

"SHEU's information is the most efficient and comprehensive way I have of keeping up to date with current issues and research about young people."

Health Teacher

"I find the (research emails) very helpful." x

PSHE Co-ordinator

"I would just like to say that on behalf of students with learning disabilities, this is an excellent website...I have found it useful to show our E3 students." Team Leader Post 19 Supported Learning

Team Leader Post 19 Supported Learning

"I forward your E mail to relevant teachers eg. Food Tech, PE, PSE. Research news certainly assists us in keeping up to date with current trends. The age grouping is very useful."

School Librarian

"Very interesting digests."

Director of Equality and Diversity

"I use the information on this website to inform not just my planning for schemes of work and for lessons as part of my role as PSHE Co-ordinator but also for the planning of whole school issues."

PSHE Co-ordinator

"Please could you add me to your mailing list. I have a copy of your research news and am interested in these issues."

Welfare Adviser and Personal Tutor

" ... this is a really useful resource."

Health & Care Coordinator

"I find the information excellent as I facilitate health improvement work with young adults."

Health Improvement Nurse

"They (Research News) are a wonderful resource to work with in my role as Connexions Health PA."

Connexions Personal Advisor

"Many thanks for this. It is incredibly useful!"

College Nurse

" ... emails from SHEU always have interesting pieces of research relating to young people."

Head of Health & Social Sciences

"The breakdown of topic areas is good and all areas are relevant to my work. I use the information to update my knowledge, and disseminate at meetings or when working with school children."

Health Development Officer

"... it's easy to select from the list the links I am interested in, want to read more about, or want to forward to our team. The categories are useful... I have lifted findings or quotes into my training."

Manager PDP PSHE service

" ... the information is really useful in school."

Deputy Headteacher Primary School

"I find the research emails an invaluable source for keeping up-to-date with developments within the field."

Senior Lecturer

"The (research emails) are very useful and all my team value the continuing opportunity to access the information provided in the updates."

C&YP Manager

"Always interesting to read perspective you offer."

Learning Resources Manager

"Thank you for this, it is brilliant. I will circulate to others, and please continue to send."

Student Services Manager

"Your research emails are really beneficial to our students."

Sixth Form College Senior Tutor

"I welcome and value your updates and would like to continue receiving them."

School Health Adviser

"I would very much still like to receive the e-mails as they are extremely informative."

Health Officer Premier League Football Club

"Someone has forwarded your email which looks very interesting. Can I be put on your mailing list?"

Student Services Manager

"I find these emails useful."

Assistant Principal Sixth Form College

"I find your site invaluable.Thanks so much for having all the information at this site."

Mental Health Nurse

"We all value your regular emails and appreciate their content."

PSHE & Citizenship Adviser

"Much of your output is outstanding and most is extremely useful."

PSHE Coordinator

"The research news has really interesting links, a welcome addition to SHEU's work, and forwarded to our HeadTeacher who is very committed to addressing the links between diet and behaviour."

Head of Family and Child Care

"The information in the emails provides a useful perspective on a range of issues relating to the views of children and young people."

Senior Adviser C&YP

"I think the emails are really useful." 

SRE Consultant

"Thanks - very interesting. Please could I subscribe."

College Nurse

"I do find this a really good resource."

Sexual Health Outreach Worker

"Thank you for keeping us up to date with all the incredibly interesting and helpful information."

PSHE Manager

"Still enjoying the emails and finding them very useful."

Drugs Advisor

"This service is excellent."

"The (research emails are) very useful to contribute to raising awareness on health issues across college to students and staff."

Director of Learning Support

"The email link system works good for me, no complaints. The links are relevant to my work and I use some of the information to pass on back to schools."

Healthy Schools Advisor

"I found it really easy to navigate and to follow links to get further information on topics which interested me. Congratulations on a good publication."

Health Improvement Manager

"Many thanks for sending the research news. It's a super resource - very interesting and informative."

Learning Adviser

"The research emails are very useful for our work as support tutors in Mental Health."

College tutor

"The (research emails) are an excellent way of keeping on top of current research relating to the health of young people - I find them really useful."

Health Advisor Children's Services

" I really value the excellent data and services provided by SHEU."

PSHE Consultant

"My colleagues in the Health Improvement Dept find the (research emails) very useful and informative."

Health Improvement Manager

"Many thanks, very useful."

Director of Student Progression

"They are excellent emails as they provide me with very relevant information and items for discussion in lessons."

Head of PSHCE

"I glean so much useful information from the research emails."

PSHE Manager

"The (research) emails are very helpful."

Healthy Schools Development Worker

"I find this information extremely useful."

Healthy Schools Co-ordinator

"The Pastoral Team greatly value the up to date information that we receive from SHEU."

Vice Principal

"... your health and wellbeing research links are always included in our PSHE network newsletter which goes out every half term to all our schools and colleges."

Principal Public Health Officer

"Can I say a very big thank you to all involved on your side. We really do appreciate what the project has allowed us to do, therefore allowing us to plan appropriately for our learning in PSH&CE. Thank you David for all your support and guidance here as well."

PSH&CE Advisor

"Thank you, I find this very useful!" 

Healthy College Co-ordinator

"I share (the research emails) with schools developing their PSHE programmes."

Education Adviser

"The emails from SHEU are a useful resource for planning the PSHE programme."

PSHE Consultant

"It is very useful to receive an overview of current research and to find an article about a topic that we are working on."

PSHE Manager

"We find them very useful for up to date news on resources and publications in young people research."

Public Health Intelligence Manager

"Thank you for the report. Can I say - it is really informative and interesting to read. Really helps with our school development."

PSHE Co-ordinator

"This is excellent. Thanks for a great resource."

Director of Student Services

"I find the emails very useful."

Healthy Schools Manager

"... the information is always brilliant!"

Personal Tutor

"Thanks again for all your help and responses to our endless requests for further (survey) support. I am really pleased to report that the SHEU data has been disseminated widely and is being used as we speak to re-direct service provision and commissioning across a range of services and topic areas. Thank-you!"

Public Health Commissioning Manager

"The emails are useful for me to keep an eye open for relevant research. Please keep them coming!"

Joint Commissioning Manager

"I find the emails very informative."

Manager Children's Services

"I am very impressed with the content of the research news. Thank you very much indeed."

Health Improvement Officer

"I find your emails very useful."

Assistant Director of Public Health

"I find the information very useful for my work."

SRE Consultant

"I know of no other similar way of quickly accessing research for children and young people across disciplines and sectors."

Lecturer

"Thank you for the ongoing support and information you share with us. I am very grateful for this support and would like to continue receiving these updates."

Deputy Headteacher Primary School

"I would very much still like to receive your emails as I find them very useful. Many thanks for your continued support."

Health and Community Consultant