The implementation of health promoting schools

exploring the theories of what, why and how
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Routledge , Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, New York
Health promotion, Health and hygiene, EDUCATION / Educational Policy & Reform / General, School hygiene, School children, HEALTH & FITNESS / Children, Cross-cultural studies, School environment, Health education, EDUCATION / Ge
Statement[edited by] Oddrun Samdal, Louise Rowling
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LC ClassificationsLB3405 .I48 2013
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Paginationp. cm.
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Open LibraryOL25393424M
ISBN 139780415525541, 9780415525589, 9780203119792
LC Control Number2012024458

The Implementation of Health Promoting Schools articulates an evidence base for implementation that is centred on eight theorised implementation components, each of which is designed to help practitioners to utilise theory-based guidelines within the school as an organisational setting.

Schools have been a powerful setting to promote health programs [1, 2].The School Health and Nutrition (SHN) program is a cost-effective intervention for resource-poor countries where more schools and teachers are available than health care institutions and workers [3, 4].Many school-aged children in these countries are affected by treatable and Author: Rachana Manandhar Shrestha, Mamata Ghimire, Prakash Shakya, Rakesh Ayer, Rolina Dhital, Masamine Jim.

The Implementation of Health Promoting Schools [Oddrun Samdal] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Developing a ‘healthy school’ has been a key aim for many schools across the globe, yet achieving successful implementation and sustaining the positive benefits has proven to be challenging.

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Thank you for your : Oddrun Samdal. The Implementation of Health Promoting Schools articulates an evidence base for implementation that is centred on eight theorised implementation components, each of which is designed to help practitioners to utilise theory-based guidelines within the school as an organisational setting.

This approach differs from more traditional implementation Brand: Taylor And Francis. Background: The promotion of health literacy is seen as an urgent goal in public health and education and, hence, should be integrated in the school context as a component of the holistic health promoting school (HPS) approach.

However, only limited empirical studies have addressed health literacy of school staff so far. Hence, this study aimed to examine the level of health Author: Kevin Dadaczynski, Katharina Rathmann, Thomas Hering, Orkan Okan. In most developed countries, schools have become the focus of public criticism.

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The PISA and TIMSS studies (International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement, ; OECD, a, b, c) alerted the public to the problems by pointing to the ineffectiveness and ineffi ciency of schools and school systems: that after eight or nine years of schooling, Cited by: 5.

Reducing health inequalities, and promoting children’s health and academic achievement is particularly relevant in school settings: school, as an “ongoing setting where health is created”, and a focal point in the community, is a setting of choice to implement health promotion programmes which involve the whole community [7, 8].Cited by: The paradigmatic shift in the past decade in our understanding of the role of health and nutrition in school-age children has fundamental implications for the design of effective programs.

Improving the health and nutrition of schoolchildren through school-based programs is not a new concept. School health programs are ubiquitous in high-income countries and most middle-income Cited by: Process evaluation of implementation fidelity in a Danish health-promoting school intervention Ane Høstgaard Bonde1*, Nanna Wurr Stjernqvist1,2, Marianne S.

Sabinsky3 and Helle Terkildsen Maindal1,4 Abstract Background: “We Act” is a health-promoting school intervention comprising an educational, a parental and a school : Ane Høstgaard Bonde, Nanna Wurr Stjernqvist, Nanna Wurr Stjernqvist, Marianne S.

Sabinsky, Helle Ter. Get this from a library. The implementation of health promoting schools: exploring the theories of what, why and how.

[Oddrun Samdal; Louise Rowling;] -- Developing a 'healthy school' has been a key aim for many schools across the globe, yet achieving successful implementation and sustaining the positive benefits has proven to be challenging.

“We Act” is a health-promoting school intervention comprising an educational, a parental and a school component. The intervention was implemented in 4 Danish public schools with 4 control schools. The objectives were to improve pupils’ dietary habits, physical activity, well-being and social capital using the Investigation, Vision, Action & Change (IVAC) health Author: Ane Høstgaard Bonde, Nanna Wurr Stjernqvist, Nanna Wurr Stjernqvist, Marianne S.

Sabinsky, Helle Ter. Schools have long been viewed as a good setting in which to encourage healthy lifestyles amongst children, and schools in many countries aspire to more comprehensive, integrated approaches to health promotion.

Recent reviews have identified evidence of the effects of school health promotion on children’s and young people’s health. However, understanding Cited by: Theoretical and empirical base for implementation components of health-promoting schools Article (PDF Available) in Health Education (5).

Nairobi Call to Action – Closing the Implementation Gap in Health Promotion (Petersen and Kwan, ). To assist education and health agencies in their efforts to develop health promoting schools the WHO Global School Health Initiative commissioned the development of an information series on school health.

A number of. The Health Promoting Schools Framework 2 developed by the World Health Organization encourages a whole school approach to addressing health issues, including Relationships and Sexuality Education. The framework consists of three interrelated areas: Curriculum, teaching and learning (education) - formal content of lessons; pedagogy; sequential, scaffolded nature of.

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The text includes diverse activities that are developmentally appropriate, inclusive and progressive; monitoring tools; and a web resource to aid learning and implementation. The authors also suggest ways to work with parents to. The Implementation of Health Promoting Schools articulates an evidence base for implementation that is centred on eight theorised implementation components, each of which is designed to help practitioners to utilise theory-based guidelines within the school as an organisational setting.

This approach differs from more traditional implementation Format: Paperback. To address a next step in the refinement of the health-promoting schools' work, this paper sets out to delineate implementation components of health. CARL I. FERTMAN, PHD, MBA, MCHES, is associate professor in health and physical activity at the University of Pittsburgh.

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Fertman works extensively in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of workplace health promotion programs that include large, midsized, and small businesses, hospitals, schools, community organizations, government Brand: Wiley.

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Theory base for implementation of health promoting schools -- pt. Case. Both health and education are linked to economic performance. The success of education depends on good health, and vice versa.

Modern education should help young people to determine values, and accept responsibility for their health and social behaviour.

The success of health promotion in schools requires the joint efforts of both the health and education Cited by: This book advocates for the fostering of agency not only amongst school personnel but also amongst younger generations for health and sustainability. It provides the reader with a new lens with which to discover health promoting schools and education for sustainable development.

It invites the reader to look more deeply into both and to. Health Promoting Health Service Populations Primary Care Health Promotion Health & Wellbeing Public Health Published by HSE National Health Promotion Office ISBN: implementation Re-orientation healthandother publicservices Createsupportive environments forhealthFile Size: 2MB.

The prevalence of mental disorders amongst children and adolescents is an increasing global problem. Schools have been positioned at the forefront of promoting positive mental health and well-being through implementing evidence-based interventions.

The aim of this paper is to review current evidence-based research of mental health promotion interventions in Cited by: Health Promotion aims to create a healthy school environment by promoting the general health and wellbeing of learners and educators, and by addressing key health and social barriers to learning in order to promote effective teaching and learning.

Strategic Objectives. To increase knowledge and awareness of health promoting behaviours. The Implementation of Health Promoting Schools.

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Exploring the theories of what, why and how Authors: Professor Oddrun Samdal and Honorary Associate Professor Louise Rowling The emergence of health promoting schools is integrally linked with the disciplinary growth of a settings approach to health promotion.

Promoting Health and Academic Success is a valuable resource for advocacy, planning, implementation, and evaluation related to the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child approach. It&#;s also ideal for undergraduate and graduate courses that address a coordinated approach to school health. In this book, Susan Forman explains how to successfully implement mental health programs in schools.

She summarizes the research on implementation science and, most important, translates it into practice for schools. Change agents will find practical, research-based guidance for every aspect of :. Margaret M. Barry, Ph.D., holds the Established Chair in Health Promotion and Public Health, and is Head of the World Health Organization Collaborating Centre for Health Promotion Research, at the National University of Ireland sor Barry has published widely in mental health promotion and works closely with policymakers and practitioners on the development.

Many students today struggle with stress and anxiety caused by increasing academic, social, and extracurricular demands. This book provides school psychologists, counselors, teachers, and other school faculty with guidelines for improving students' mental and physical well‑being, which in turn leads to improved academic performance and happier, better-adjusted :   Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) formulated the National Strategic Plan for Disaster Risk Management to reduce risks to the communities.

This plan was eventually integrated into the school curriculum, but its implementation has never been evaluated. This study aimed to clarify the present situation to inform better implementation strategies on disaster risk Author: Kethsana Kanyasan, Kethsana Kanyasan, Daisuke Nonaka, Athithouthay Chatouphonexay, Paul Michael Hern.