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Public Health Commissioning Manager

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National Health Education Group member

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School Improvement Adviser

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Head of Health & Social Sciences

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College tutor

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Head of Student Health

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PSHE Manager

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Team Leader Post 19 Supported Learning

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Director of Learning Support

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Health Advisor Children's Services

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Health Development Officer

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Drugs Advisor

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Assistant Principal Sixth Form College

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Healthy Schools Advisor

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PSHE Consultant

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Manager Children's Services

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Assistant Director of Public Health

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Health and Community Consultant

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School Health Advisor

"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

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SRE Consultant

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Education Adviser

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Research and Statistics Officer

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

PSHE Coordinator

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Healthy Schools Development Worker

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

College Nurse

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Director of Student Progression

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Deputy Headteacher Primary School

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School Health Adviser

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Deputy Headteacher Primary School

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C&YP Manager

"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

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Sixth Form College Senior Tutor

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Student Services Manager

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PSHE Co-ordinator

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PSH&CE Advisor

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Joint Commissioning Manager

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Public Health Consultant

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Learning Resources Manager

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Director of Equality and Diversity

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Manager PDP PSHE service

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SRE Consultant

"... 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

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

Head of PSHCE

"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

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

Student Services Manager

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

Lecturer

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PSHE Manager

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Healthy Schools Manager

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

Mental Health Nurse

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Public Health Intelligence Manager

"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

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Health Improvement Officer

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PSHE Consultant

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Healthy College Co-ordinator

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Healthy Schools Programme Co-ordinator

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Learning Adviser

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Senior Lecturer

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Senior Adviser C&YP

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Director of Student Services

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Health Improvement Manager

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PSHE Co-ordinator

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School Librarian

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Health & Care Coordinator

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Grammar School Headteacher

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PSHE Manager

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PSHE Coordinator

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Health Improvement Manager

"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

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Sexual Health Outreach Worker

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

Healthy College Coordinator