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Discusses some of the continuing obstacles that prevent sex and relationship education (SRE) programmes in England from being more effective. The prevalence of teenage pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections that disproportionally affect the young indicate the urgency with which action...
Government policy in the UK promotes inter‐agency collaboration in integrating health promotion into the curriculum and life of primary schools. We report on a pioneering scheme in inner city Nottingham, bringing teachers together with primary health care staff to develop some of the components...
Explores what people contemplating exercise (exercise contemplators) described, using the five processes of change that are considered by those who adhere to the Transtheoretical Model of Change, as most important for changing exercise behaviour. Also examines four delay tactics. Analysis of...
The Delphi method is well suited to the research needed to inform health education and health promotion campaigns. This paper measures the current interest in the method by way of a literature review. It then describes how the method has evolved from its inception in the 1950s, to its current...
Aims to assess the effectiveness of a child‐to‐child approach to promote healthier snacking in primary school children. A total of 55 schools in North and West Belfast were matched for socio‐economic status (SES). Ten schools were randomly selected and allocated into intervention and...
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