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Criteria for Good Practice in Health Promotion Addressing Social Determinants

The Criteria for Good Practice in Health Promotion Addressing Social Determinants offer a specialised framework for planning and implementing health promotion interventions. The special feature
of these criteria is their focus on interventions which actively contribute to improving equity in health.

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Climate, Pollution, and Children's Health | NEJM

Based on a Review Article by Drs. Frederica Perera and Kari Nadeau, this instructional video focuses on five key ways in which fossil fuels, air pollution, and climate change are creating a long-lasting negative impact on infant and children’s health.

The health care sector plays an important role in taking measures for children and pregnant persons affected by these changes.

The health care sector also spreads awareness by engageing in advocacy to improve health and equity.


The Preventive Child and Youth Healthcare Service (CYH) in the Netherlands: The State of the Art and Challenges Ahead

Yvonne T. M. Vanneste, Caren I. Lanting, Symone B. Detmar

The article introduces the basic and special high quality preventive health care service free of charge for all children under 18 years provided by the CYH.
The impact is estimated as EUR 1/ EUR 11 return of investment. The article shows CYH social and environmental challenges.

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Assessing and Supporting Adolescents’ Capacity for Autonomous Decision-Making in Health-Care Settings.
A Tool for Health-Care Providers, WHO (2021)

The right to participate is a fundamental right stated in the International Convention of the Rights of the Child. Therefore, all adolescents should be able to participate and
freely express their views on any decisions regarding their health, no matter their decision-making capacity.

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Recent WHO Guideline on School Health
Services (SHS) – (2021)

WHO strongly recommends comprehensive SHS with adequate resources.

The evidence proves that – if school health services are implemented well – they will have
lasting benefits for students in terms of effectiveness and acceptability.

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Models of Child Health Appraised (MOCHA)
WHO (2018)

Final report on the description of the various models of school health services and adolescent health services, including quality assessments and costs.

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European Framework for Quality Standards in School Health Services and Competences for School Health Professionals (2014)

Published in cooperation with EUSUHM (2014)

This European framework for quality standards in school health services and competences for school health professionals, developed by the WHO Regional Office for Europe, aims to support the 53 Member States of the WHO European Region to develop and sustain school health services as part of their national health systems

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School Nurses at Public Schools and Multidisciplinary Intervention for Overweighted Children and Adolescents (2021)

The current documentation was presented during the 2nd EUSUHM’s Webinar on Thursday, the 23rd of September.

School Nurses at Public Schools in the State of Brandenburg, Germany. An Effective Resource for School Children’s Health with Dr. Johann Böhmann and Dr. Gabriele Ellsäßer.

Multidisciplinary intervention for children and adolescents with overweight and obesity and their families with Polonca Truden Dobrin and Bernarda Vogrin.

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The Effect of Covid-19 on the Mental Health of Adolescents (2021)

The current documentation was presented during the 1st EUSUHM’s Webinar (2021)

Prof. Inez Myin-Germeys
Center voor Contextuele Psychiatrie, KU Leuven, Belgium

EUSUHM 29-04-2021

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Covid-19 and Student Health: A Global Perspective (2021)

The current documentation was presented during the 1st EUSUHM’s Webinar (2021)

Erin d. Maughan PhD, Rn, PhNA-BC, FNASN, FANN
Global School Nurse Research Consortium
Center for School Health Innovation & Quality

Valentina Baltag, MD.

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School Nurses (SN) at Public Schools in Brandenburg/Germany (2021)

An Effective Resource for School Children’s Health. Analysis of Activities and Networking.
Böhmann J, Ellsäßer G (ed.). Delmenhorster Institut für Gesundheitsförderung (DIG), Delmenhorst 2021

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UN Research Roadmap for the COVID-19 Recovery (2020)

Leveraging the Power of Science
for a More Equitable, Resilient and Sustainable Future, November 2020

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Psychosocial Support for Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing (ME-WE) Among Adolescent Young Carers in Europe

The ME-WE Project partners are planning psychosocial interventions aimed to mitigate the risk factor of being an adolescent young carer, by empowering the young with improved resilience and enhanced social support.

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Mission Statement of a Modern Public Health Child and Youth Service (PHCYS) in Germany (2020)

Statement of the PHCYS Expert Committee of the German Federal Association of the Public Health Service (PHS), 2020

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Medical Care for School Children (2017)

Ein gut angenommenes niederschwelliges Angebot des schulischen Supportsystems, Praxisstudie am WIKU BRG Sandgasse, November 2017

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WHO Infographics to promote the Global Standards for Quality Health Care Services for Adolescents

WHO has developed 4 infographics to promote through social media and other channels the Global Standards for quality health care services for adolescents.

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Reported Sick from School: A Study into Addressing Medical Absenteeism Among Students (2015)

Vanneste–van Zandvoort, Universitaire Pers Maastricht, 2015

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European Framework for Quality Standards in School Health Services and Competences for School Health Professionals (2014)

The document has been elaborated in collaboration between EUSUHM and WHO, 2014

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Comparison of Youth Health Care in the EUSUHM Countries (2009)

Bachelor assignment by Rosemarie Wieske in Health Sciences at the University of Twente, 2009

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Prevention of Overweight and Obesity in Childhood: A Guideline for School Health Care (2007)

This guideline from 2007 is the final report of a collaboration between member organizations from Belgium (Flanders), Croatia and Slovenia.

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