Education and Health journal

Education and Health journal TES

Welcome to the Education & Health journal (E&H)
E&H has been independently published since 1983.
The journal is now open access and online

This webpage has a collection of links to E&H articles published in the TES

The Education and Health Journal 32(2):2014 - Latest issue with articles about C&YP H&WB

Volume 32 Number 2, 2014.
Supporting the wellbeing of girls

#Education #Health online open access journal latest issue December out now Articles about C&YP H&WB

Articles from the Education and Health journal latest issue 31:4
 

Should we be giving children choices about their health: Engaging University students in complex health questions?

The latest issue of the journal Education and Health 31:3, 2013 contains an eclectic mix of articles including -

Should we be giving children choices about their health: Engaging University students in complex health questions?
Louise Croft, Luis Gracia-Marco and Richard Winsley. Published September 2013.
The above follows an earlier article -
Should we be giving children choices about their health?
Louise Croft, Luis Gracia-Marco, Judy Hargadon and Richard Winsley. Published December 2012.
 

Development of a novel, school located, #obesity prevention programme, the Healthy Lifestyles Programme (HeLP)

Dr Katrina Wyatt and Dr Jennifer Lloyd, in the latest issue of the journal Education and Health, describe the development of a school-located obesity prevention programme which used creative delivery methods to engage and support schools, children and their families in adopting sustainable changes to their lifestyles.
 
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How adolescents perceive cigarette packaging and possible benefits of plain packaging #smoking

In the latest issue of the journal Education and Health, Allison Ford and colleagues from the Institute for Social Marketing, University of Stirling, research adolescents’ responses to, and perceptions of, different cigarette pack styles. The results could help adolescents recognise how they continue to be targeted by the tobacco industry and support school-based tobacco education to help smoking prevention.
 
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Self-reported #drinking behaviour of school age #children in Sunderland over a fourteen-year period

Dr Alison McInnes and Dr David Blackwell, in the latest issue of the journal Education and Health, present their study on the drinking behaviours and health-related practices of school-age children in the North East.
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