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The role of school-based health education in adolescent spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
Background: The broad nature of young people’s development is internationally acknowledged, which includes physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social elements. In England, schools have a legal obligation to promote ...
The mitigating role of ecological health assets in adolescent cyberbullying victimization
Over the last decade, cyberbullying has emerged as a public health concern among young people. Cyberbullying refers to intentional harmful behaviors and communication carried out repeatedly using electronic media. Considerable ...
Association Between Experiencing Relational Bullying and Adolescent Health Related Quality of Life
BACKGROUND Bullying is a public health concern for the school-aged population, however, the health outcomes associated with the subtype of relational bullying are less understood. The purpose of this study was to examine ...
Self-harm in Adolescence: Protective Health Assets in the Family, School and Community
Objectives and main purpose: The aim of this paper was to examine if the multiple environments of the adolescent including family, peers, school and neighbourhood might function as protective health assets against self-harming ...
Video gaming in adolescence : factors associated with leisure time use
The geographies of the current generation of young people are markedly distinct from previous generations by virtue of their access to a virtual playground. The vast majority of young people now engage in video gaming as ...
HBSC England National Report: Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) : World Health Organization Collaborative Cross National Study
(University of Hertfordshire, 2015-10-15)
Findings from the 2014 HBSC study for England
Associations between physical activity in adolescence and health behaviours, well-being, family and social relations.
Across Europe and North America, few young people meet the recommended levels of physical activity (PA) of 1 hour of moderate to vigorous PA per day. However, the lives of young people cannot simply be polarised as either ...