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SHEU food data: fruit vegetables 5-a-day young people children school surveys

SHEU food data: fruit, vegetables, 5-a-day, young people, children and school surveys 
Since 1977, SHEU has been talking to young people, about their health and wellbeing.
Results from the HRBQ are used by health and education authorities to inform their planning.
Over one million young people have responded to the HRBQ.
Please follow the link for what young people say about food, vegetables and 5-a-day

What plausibly affects plausibility? is not answered in the new health and wellbeing links about 16+ year olds from SHEU

What plausibly affects plausibility? - a paper by Louise Connell and Mark T. Keane (Memory & Cognition 2004, 32 (2), 185-197) - is not included in the latest health and wellbeing research news about 16+ year olds from SHEU.
To find links about Food, Drugs, RSE, Exercise, Education, Lifestyle and Health - please click here

Research News from SHEU about 16+ yr olds and Relationships Sex and Education

Some of the latest research links from SHEU about 16+ year olds and relationships sex and education can be seen here and can be read via the link at the bottom of this page.
- Young Adults' Attitudes Toward Polygamous Marriage as a Function of Gender, Attitudes Toward Same-Sex Marriage, and Other Sociopersonality Constructs (pdf).
- Sexual concurrency among young African American women (pdf).
- Beliefs underlying chlamydia risk appraisals: the relationship with young adults’ intentions to use condoms.

Evaluation of a sex education lesson on chlamydia : 1 of over 50 research links about 11-16 year olds from SHEU

Evaluation of a sex education lesson on chlamydia to see whether it increases the likelihood that young adults will use condoms - just one of the research links about 11-16 year olds available here

Possibly the best source for links to #research about C&YPs #health and wellbeing

Hardly a laconic phrase and destined not to be a strapline, possibly the best source for links to research about children and young people's health and wellbeing, does attract attention ...  

"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

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

JSNA : SHEU identifying the current and future health and wellbeing needs of young people

JSNA - the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
Get the perception and performance figures you need, about your young people.
The Coalition Government has placed the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment at the heart of its proposals with regard to the future of local health improvement. Since the establishment of the JSNA in 2008, SHEU have been providing local authorities with vital data about their young people to inform their planning.

Mindfulness-based interventions for children and adolescents

"There is growing interest into the clinical application of mindfulness-based interventions. The practice of mindfulness – inherited from Buddhist tradition – has been shown to be efficacious for the treatment of a broad range of medical and psychological illnesses".

Possibly the quintessential #health and wellbeing #research information about children and young people

"I know of no other similar way of quickly accessing research about children and young people across disciplines and sectors."
One comment from a satisfied user of the SHEU free, Health and Wellbeing Research about Young People, resource
Follow the link for the latest updates

Stickers: A popular health promotion resource, but do they have any effect?

Dr Marewa Glover and colleagues from the University of Auckland, in the latest issue of the journal Education and Health, describe a study that assessed the reach and perceived effectiveness of health education resources developed as part of an intervention targeting Māori and Pacific parental smoking behaviour and attitudes to reduce smoking initiation among middle school children in New Zealand.
To read the article, please follow the link


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