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Processes and outcomes in school health promotion: engaging with the evidence discourse

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Processes and outcomes in school health promotion : engaging with the evidence discourse. / Simovska, Venka.

In: Health Education, Vol. 112, No. 3, 2012.

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title = "Processes and outcomes in school health promotion: engaging with the evidence discourse",
abstract = "This is the second special issue of Health Education which features research, theory and practice based perspectives on what counts as desirable outcomes of health promotion in schools in terms of health as well as education, and the effective processes in schools which lead to these outcomes. The focus in the first special issue was on highlighting the argument that the question about the outcomes of the health-promoting schools should not be limited to narrowly defined health outcomes but needs to be closely linked with the core tasks and values of the school. Building further on this argument, the papers in this issue feature a number of research issues of relevance for the effectiveness of the health-promoting schools approach, as well as a variety of research and evaluation methodologies contributing to the debate about what counts as reliable evidence within the health-promoting schools discourse.",
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author = "Venka Simovska",
year = "2012",
language = "English",
volume = "112",
journal = "Health Education",
issn = "0965-4283",
publisher = "Emerald Group Publishing",
number = "3",

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