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School distress and the school attendance crisis: a story dominated by neurodivergence and unmet need
Impact of Long Covid on the school experiences of children and young people: a qualitative study
Key messages from research on the impacts of child sexual abuse
Manual for implementation or modification of child vision and hearing screening programmes
Key messages from research on child sexual abuse in institutional contexts
Covid-19 was a huge challenge to school nursing. The pandemic, and associated restrictions, accelerated innovative practice and demanded new ways of working.
This study established the impact of pandemic restrictions on school nursing practice. It explored the benefits and challenges to school nurses’ work in supporting vulnerable children, and their work with professional partners. The study considered new ways of working which could be beneficial post-pandemic.
The human rights of children with disabilities: How can medical professionals better fulfil rather than breach them?
Disabled children’s partnership: Failed and forgotten
Disabled children and their families are currently facing the most challenging times yet. Post-covid recovery has left disabled children facing “record breaking” delays and backlogs to health and social
care services. Our new research has revealed the worrying state of affairs for disabled children and their families in England. More than 2000 families were surveyed for our research, and their responses were eye-opening
Mental health teams in schools are improving access to support, but not all children are benefitting An NHS-funded programme delivering mental health services in schools and FE colleges has made significant early progress in its first 3 years, a study shows.
Investigating the Role of Friendship Interventions on the Mental Health Outcomes of Adolescents: A Scoping Review of Range and a Systematic Review of Effectiveness
School nursing: New ways of working with children and young people during the Covid-19 pandemic: A scoping review VIEW PUBLICATION HERE
COVID-19 deaths in children and young people in England, March 2020 to December 2021: An active prospective national surveillance study
The Paradox of Wealthy Nations’ Low Adolescent Life Satisfaction
Using PISA 2018 data from nearly half a million 15-year-olds across 72 middle- and high-income countries, this study investigates the relationship between economic development and adolescent subjective well-being.
Resetting services to disabled children
There will be a national survey of parent-carers, young people and professionals to find out their views on the draft recommendations and agree key-guidance for policy makers.
Adolescents’ perspectives on soft drinks after the introduction of the UK Soft Drinks Industry Levy: A focus group study using reflexive thematic analysis
Key messages from research on child sexual abuse
Readability of Commonly Used Quality of Life Outcome Measures for Youth Self-Report
From a child who IS a problem to a child who HAS a problem: fixed period school exclusions and mental health outcomes from routine outcome monitoring among children and young people attending school counsellingRead Article
The Impact of the Universal Infant Free School Meal Policy on Dietary Quality in English and Scottish Primary School Children: Evaluation of a Natural Experiment
The experiences of young people and their families living with excess weight
Young people and their families living with excess weight experience huge stigma and judgement. As the NHS delivers new clinics for excess weight we are delighted to share the results of work with young people and parents that highlights the need for good communication, consistency, follow up and holistic approaches.
The scale and nature of CSA
To tackle child sexual abuse, we need to properly understand its causes, scope, scale, and impact. There has been increasing awareness of child sexual abuse and its impact on victims and survivors in recent years. Despite this, there are still many gaps in our knowledge and understanding which limit how we can best protect and support children.
Changes in household food and drink purchases following restrictions on the advertisement of high fat, salt, and sugar products across the Transport for London network: A controlled interrupted time series analysisview article
Developing a More Tailored Approach to Patient and Public Involvement with Children and Families in Paediatric Clinical Research: Lessons Learnedview article here
Safeguarding children and young people from child sexual exploitation in line with England’s School Nurse Programme: supporting the implementation of the new service offer (World Health Organisation Collaborating Centre for Public Health Nursing and Midwifery Case Study)
Author: Michael Fanner – Lecturer in Nursing & Paramedic Sciences – University of
“We are pleased to share with you the first ever WHO report on its work on adolescent health”
Working for a brighter, healthier future
How WHO improves health and promotes well-being for the world’s adolescents
17 January 2022 | Reportview publication
Reflective, relational leadership and management
In health, those in safeguarding lead roles find themselves with legislation, statutory guidance and the weight of national scandals highlighting how important leadership is in their role.
Child First evidence-base report | Loughborough University