Health Promoting Schools, Comprehensive School Health, Child Friendly Schools and the FRESHinitiative. 0000015373 00000 n 0000067106 00000 n Office of the Director National Center for Environmental Health Paul J. Placek, Ph.D. Acknowledgement to Cancer Council Western Australia. 0000032963 00000 n School mental health promotion In recognition that schools are an ideal setting for promoting health to children and A., & Wells, A. M. (1997). 0000153918 00000 n Healthy children achieve better educational outcomes which, in turn, are associated with improved health later in life. Nine focus groups, each with between four to eight participants, were conducted with secondary school teachers in the UK. Due to their wide reach and long‐term exposure, schools represent an ideal All rights reserved. issues related to peer group acceptance, friendship and social isolation, low self-efficacy False-bel, relationship between emotion comprehension, Palfrey, J., Tonniges, T., Green, M., & R, Patterson, J. H., Collins, L., & Abbott, G. (2004, Patton, G. C., Coffey, C., Cappa, C., Currie, D., & Ri, synthesis of internationally comparable da, https://doi.org/10.1016/s0140-6736(12)60203-, Payton, J., Weissberg, R. P., Durlak, J. 0 Email address: valeria.cavio, Twenge, 2020; Twenge et al., 2018). A., Dymnicki, A. 329 0 obj <> endobj Resilience in individual dev, Masten, A. S. (2011). 0000051633 00000 n A global alliance has been formed to enable teachers' representative organizations, worldwide, to improve health through schools. Lastly, depression interventions significantly reduced depressive symptoms, but this reduction was moderated by a combination of program type, dose, race, and age group. https://doi.org/10.1177/1534508419862619. It also offers a framework that clarifies the relationship between health literacy, health promotion, determinants of health and healthy public policy and health outcomes. 0000051399 00000 n 0000120201 00000 n While the The Health Promoting Schools framework The Health Promoting Schools Framework2 developed by the World Health Organization encourages a whole school approach to addressing health issues, including Relationships and Sexuality Education. Its purpose is to support the countries and areas of the Region in ... Health-promoting schools need to be set up in a way which ensures that positive changes are sustained. 0000067847 00000 n 0000176416 00000 n A., Dym, social and emotional learning for Kindergarte, Rutter, M. (1999). Social assertiveness was most sensitive in identifying internalizing problems. Despite a proliferation of studies describing effective school-based mental health programs, reviews of current research in this field suggest a strong lack of consensus concerning the definition of school mental health and its constructs. 0000121954 00000 n Health-promoting schools – definition and role of indicators 41 5. International agencies – the relevance of indicators 61 6. The Health Promoting Schools framework The Health Promoting Schools Framework2 developed by the World Health Organization encourages a whole school approach to addressing health issues, including Relationships and Sexuality Education. Furthermore, the results clearly suggest the need for intervention in schools to enhance students' empathic skills by targeting the cognitive, and not only the affective, dimensions of empathic competence. The framework complements the duty in the Schools (Health (‎1996)‎. Discussion focuses on the efficacy of preventive school‐based strategies, and on the safest and most successful interventions. school mental health; social and emotional learning; resilience; social, hild and adolescent psychiatry and mental heal, (19), https://doi.org/10.1186/s13034-018-, (3), 189-204. https://doi.org/10.1080/02643944.2, International Journal of Mental Health Prom, (1), 91-104. https://doi.org/10.1177/1359104, (244). Schools for Health in Europe Network Foundation. CDC: School Health Index (2014) Provides an online self-assessment and planning tool to help schools improve health and safety policies and practices, Where evidence refutes a principle, discordant findings are highlighted. 0000176963 00000 n This study aims to identify the training needs of secondary school teachers to enable them to adequately support and educate their students around mental health. The framework consists of three interrelated areas: Participants also emphasised the strong need for practical, interactive and expert-led training that provides resources that can be adapted to individual settings. Research and Practice. The World Health Organization’s Health Promoting Schools (HPS) framework is a whole-school approach to promoting health that recognizes the intrinsic relationship between health and education. In this paper a cross-country network analysis is carried out on the issue of adolescent resilience. the data yielded support for the original psychometric structure of the TEC, which is based on three developmental domains of emotion understanding: external, mental, and reflective. The World Health Organization’s Health Promoting Schools (HPS) framework is a holistic approach to promoting health and educational attainment in school. 0000071997 00000 n The effectiveness of this approach has not yet been rigorously reviewed. Department of Non-communicable Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Division of Global School Health Initiative . 0000154290 00000 n 0000006255 00000 n Network of Experts working on the Social Dimension of Education and Training, Learning to Be: Development of Practices and Methodologies for Assessing Social, Emotional and Health skills within Education Systems, A cross-country network analysis of adolescent resilience, Mental health promotion in school: An integrated, school-based, whole school, Social and emotional learning for children with Learning Disability: Implications for inclusion. Emotional Learning. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12888-014-, International Journal of School & Educational, (5), 387-389. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ypm, The Wisconsin School Mental Health Framew, otions, self-esteem, self-efficacy, self-. 0000153286 00000 n Meta-analyses were completed for each of the three mental health outcomes (stress, depression, and anxiety) and meta-regression was used to determine the influence of type of program, program dose, sex, race, and age on program effectiveness. Overall, stress interventions did not reduce stress symptoms, although targeted interventions showed greater reductions in stress than universal programs. Page 3 World AIDS Day. These Guidelines provide a practical framework for supporting schools in this challenging area and also build on the significant work currently undertaken in schools. 9 March 2020 Mindarie Senior College Health Expo 2020 Although some researchers argue that both ontological and epistemological weaknesses prevent such an integrated model from being developed (the incommensurability hypothesis), others have carried out metasyntheses using techniques like network citation analysis to identify common principles and processes that are associated with resilience across disciplines. considerable work of Health Promoting Schools and the publication of Being Well, Doing Well which underlines the importance of a ‘health enhancing’ school ethos – one characterised by care, respect, participation, responsibility and fairness for all. However, few studies have examined the role of individual traits such as empathic skills. 0000153320 00000 n Depression is the th, health issues are also associated with poor school attendance, suspension, and early school dropout (DeSocio, that schools function as one of the primary mental, schools with a view to fostering emotional an, School mental health: terms and approaches, Although the concept of school mental health dates back to, the absence of universal agreement on the m, Weare, 2004; 2010; Weare & Nind, 2011). Primary, Durlak, J. The Health Promoting Schools Framework 2 developed by the World Health Organization encourages a whole school approach to addressing health issues, including Relationships and Sexuality Education. 0000002536 00000 n (2011). 0000176692 00000 n The proposed framework comprises three key domains: the first two, cover the promotion of social and emotional learning and resilience, while the third concerns the prevention of behavioural problems. Age–period–cohort effects estimated using the hierarchical age–period–cohort models.ResultsAmong girls, depressive symptoms decreased from 1991 to 2011, then reversed course, peaking in 2018; these increases reflected primarily period effects, which compared to the mean of all periods showed a gradual increase starting in 2012 and peaked in 2018 (estimate = 1.15, p < 0.01). 0000154190 00000 n ABSTRACT: This paper outlines the Health Promoting Schools Framework and how it may be implemented in schools for preventing eating and body image problems. making (Elias et al., 1997; Durlak et al., management, social engagement, relationship, building, cooperation, teamwork, prosocia, analysing, and evaluating problems, assum, ethical responsibility, complying with rule, stress management, motivation, enthusiasm. vr�Sk�):�7�)'�:��aN_. With skill development serving as a primary mechanism of change in SEL interventions, we argue for the accurate measurement of skills as an important component of SEL research. The World Health Organization’s Health Promoting Schools (HPS) framework is a holistic approach to promoting health and educational attainment in school. Temper control evidenced the greatest accuracy relative to overall mental health problems, externalizing problem and depression problems. The Health Promoting Schools Framework provides a holistic approach to promoting health and educational attainment in schools. Health Framework. School Mental Health Theoretical F, Promotion of social and emotional learning, Numerous large-scale reviews and meta-analyses on th, self and others, positive social behaviours), Wiglesworth et al., 2016; Ura et al., 201. reduced stress and burnout (Jennings et al., 2017; depression and risk-taking behaviour (Cefai et al., 2018b; 2003; Twum-Antwi et al., 2019, Ungar, 2018). Health Promoting Schools Framework Young people spend a large proportion of their lives at school, making it an ideal setting to promote healthy behaviours. Health Promoting Schools (HPS) is an approach where the whole school community works together to address the health and wellbeing of students, staff and their community. Health Promoting Schools (HPS) is an approach where the whole school community works together to address the health and wellbeing of students, staff and their community. The first part of the paper discusses the The relationship The first part focuses on the specific results in the Logic Model related to the learning and well-being of students, as Division of Oral Health National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Alison E. Kelly, M.P.I.A. training, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Behavioural and em, Ornaghi, V., Pepe, A., & Grazzani, I. (Cavioni et al., 2018; Cefai, 2008; Cefai et al., (Beltman et al., 2011; Mansfield et al., 20, This category includes different types of. Students' age was also found to have statistically significant effects. Researching and theorizing, Ungar, M. (2018). Well-designed pragmatic trials that include the evaluation of cost-effectiveness and detailed process evaluations are necessary to establish the accuracy of different identification models, as well as their effectiveness in connecting students to appropriate support in real-world settings. Greenberg et al., 2001; Lowry-Webster et al., (Jennings et al., 2017; Telles et al., 2018), ... Partnership and collaboration with parents is a key feature of a whole-school approach to social and emotional learning and a crucial element for its effectiveness [45]. Recent meta-analyses confirm that social–emotional learning (SEL) interventions are effective in increasing academic, social, and emotional outcomes via direct skills instruction. Delayed school progression and m, Thorlacius, O., & Gudmundsson, E. (2019). 0000146555 00000 n For more information see: http://nesetweb.eu/en/. Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. health promotion activities are complementary to other health promotion activities and are part of a larger strategic framework. The health care system does a great job with health care problems once they have emerged, but in terms of shaping attitudes and behaviours, particularly those at an early age, we need to be doing that in those cultural settings where young people spend most of … 0000151480 00000 n Research has shown that a health-promoting school contributes to better health and education outcomes. Thus, although technology use is not the cause of most depression, increased time spent on technology and the technological environment may be causes of the sudden increase in depression since 2011. and self-esteem, and externalized and internalized, The Test of Emotion Comprehension (TEC) has been used extensively to investigate children’s understanding of emotion. Diagram 2 outlines the process that schools can undertake to identify needs, develop actions and implement changes. Health-promoting schools – definition and role of indicators 41 5. International agencies – the relevance of indicators 61 6. 3 The WA Health Promoting Schools Association Inc (WAHPSA) is a not for profit, non-government entity which advocates and supports a whole school and community approach to health … Division of Adolescent and School Health Diane O. Dunet, M.P.A. Health Promoting School Framework 7 tion 2: n n W ith regard to promoting health in schools it should be noted that the inter-dependence of the Education and Health sectors is significant4. The document which follows provides a framework for supporting the growth and development of health-promoting schools in the Western Pacific Region. However, these strategies share the connecting thread of a whole school approach and recognition that all aspects of the life of the school community are potentially important in the promotion of health… Schools include health and wellbeing in their planning and review processes, teaching … Beltman, S., Mansfield, C., & Price, A. Supporting students’ mental health in schools: what do teachers want and need? Ford, T., Goodman, R., & Meltzer, H. (2003, Franklin, C. G. S., Kim, J. S., Ryan, T. N., Ke, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.childyouth.2012.01.027. 0000086601 00000 n Background The process and elements of the CHAT Model guide the way schools develop and implement an effective whole school approach. A., & Weissbe, through school-based social and emotional, Increased mental well-being and reduced state anxi, Tempelaar, W. M., Otjes, C. P., Bun, C. J., Plev, P. (2014). Health-promoting schools – key concepts and principles 26 4. 0000072033 00000 n I, Cavioni, V. & Zanetti, M.A. 0000006080 00000 n 440 0 obj<>stream 0000016050 00000 n Worldwide practises and then scientific research is showing that social-emotional learning represents a highly promising approach for positive development and adjustment, improvement of academic success in children and even prevention of behavioural problems. 0000005044 00000 n Lifetime prevalence and age-of-onset dis, WHO World Mental Health Surveys: Global Pe, Cambridge University Press Published in co, Keyes, K. M., Gary, D., O’Malley, P. M., Ham, depressive symptoms among U.S. adolescent, Leung, S. S., Chiang, V. C., Chui, Y. Y., Mak, stress management program for secondary school, 23-35. https://doi.org/10.1539/joh.L10037. 0000067267 00000 n The vision of SHE is that the health promoting school approach becomes an acknowledged and accepted concept in all EU Member States, with increased implementation activities on regional and local level within schools. Sixteen purposefully selected published syntheses were reviewed, along with dozens of other supporting peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, supplemented by consultations with knowledge experts. Schools Framework is based on the World Health Organisation’s Health Promoting Schools framework and encourages schools to adopt a whole-of-school approach to mental health promotion. The Healthy Pre-school Accreditation Framework accords the accreditation to pre-schools which have comprehensive school health promotion practices for students, parents and staff. 0000151971 00000 n Seven common principles across systems were identified. 0000150895 00000 n The E. https://doi.org/10.1037/0022-006X.71.1.136. 0000005255 00000 n The WA Healthy Schools Checklist (PDF 328KB) is a tool designed to help you and your school health committee to assess your school environment and how it supports participation in healthy eating and physical activity. Depressive symptoms are increasing among teens, especially among girls, consistent with increases in depression and suicide. 0000146741 00000 n The purpose of the current systematic review and meta-analysis is to identify and evaluate the efficacy of school-based programming aimed at reducing internalizing mental health problems of adolescents. and advice to the European Commission in relation to the equity and social aspects of all types and levels of education and training. The HPS framework recog-nises the inherent, reciprocal link between health and education: healthy children achieve better educational outcomes which, in turn, are associated with better health later in life [8]. S. https://doi.org/10.1080/13632752.2019.1582742. 0000069348 00000 n The Achievement Program is supported by the Victorian Government and delivered by Cancer Council Victoria. The school is a setting where health issues and perspectives are used to complement and enrich education priorities. An important responsibility of a health-promo, https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/de, Zins, J. E., & Elias, M. J. Resilience under fire: P, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2006.04.027, Burstein, B., Agostino, H., & Greenfield, B. 0000154824 00000 n 0000052139 00000 n The aim of this paper is to review current evidence-based research of mental health promotion interventions in schools and examine the reported effectiveness to identify those interventions that can support current policy and ensure that limited resources are appropriately used. 0000140348 00000 n For each of the domains, we also summarize the main theoretical constructs reviewed, together with a list of key target skills and behaviours for both students and teachers (Table I, Appendix). 0000015345 00000 n 0000058637 00000 n Given the recent rise in adolescent mental health issues, many researchers have turned to school-based mental health programs as a way to reduce stress, anxiety, and depressive symptoms among large groups of adolescents. during childhood: Results at 1-year follow-up. 2.1. Our aim in this study was to test, within a single comprehensive model, how students' empathic skills affect their levels of school burnout, both directly and indirectly via satisfaction with school relationships. Social inclusion and social justice: resilience c, Cefai, C., Clouder, C., Antognazza, D., Cav, Santander: A statement on children’s grow, Conley, C. S., Durlak, J. 0000004344 00000 n The Health Promoting Schools Conceptual Framework Health Promoting Schools (HPS) in Aotearoa/New Zealand is based on the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi and the Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion. (2018). (2015). Among boys, trends were similar although the extent of the increase is less marked compared to girls; there was a declining cohort effect among recently born cohorts, suggesting that increases in depressive symptoms among boys are slower for younger boys compared to older boys in recent years. Although useful, metasyntheses have yet to identify sufficient commonalities across bodies of research to account for a single model of resilience. Although school-based programmes for the identification of children and young people (CYP) with mental health difficulties (MHD) have the potential to improve short- and long-term outcomes across a range of mental disorders, the evidence-base on the effectiveness of these programmes is underdeveloped. Health promotion in early childhood is paramount for the prevention of infectious diseases, developing good health habits in childhood – particularly on nutrition, physical activity and social-emotional development. ˜e Figure 5 provides a clear frame for the scope of health Regional guidelines : development of health-promoting schools - a framework for action. Angelique van Rensburg, Shuang Lu, Ph.D, Hongwei Hu, Ph.D, Valeria Cavioni, This paper discusses the key role of social and emotional learning programmes for Electronic bibliographic databases: MEDLINE, Embase, PsycINFO, ERIC, British Education Index and ASSIA were searched. Provides a model to support a Health Promoting School. Cohort declines in face-to-face social interaction may also impact even non-users of digital media. Resilience in child, https://doi.org/10.1017/S0954579411000198, Meschke, L. L. &. health, and to identify examples of good practice in relation to sexual health promotion. 0000147176 00000 n New Zealand Health Promoting Schools National Strategic Framework | © Cognition Education Limited 2011 – Commercial in Confidence| Page 1 aged children: Current state of the field. A review. Participants were also shown three online resources as an example of existing training. We identified 27 studies describing 44 unique identification programmes. (2015). 0000146715 00000 n trailer Ph.D, This relationship between health and education forms the basis of the World Health Organization's (WHO’s) Health Promoting Schools (HPS) framework, an approach to promoting health in schools that addresses the whole school environment. !Q5��5�o�k�=��l����n�h��v{2����H���q��G�SQȈYl��~O�U�S$gHDҽ)�&`4R��+���Iw�mu�e�1�f��Sc�a�s H��լ���w8'� 8$Alϻ���hi.B��F*�*�]AO�Z�C�0�S�= ѩY�r��Q5�˱:��vƤ�ǎ# bh�#�P8s�!�Ƃ��=ΒS�Ε�NW��ˣ:gA���9{��a9�艰�ZF��w�"J�9��3M+��"��%�0E"Ļ�J��3���t��iT�S���̬�)1LH=�+J�(r ܧ�A�d�;�W�\�r�DԠAy"��إ��q{��:�J����bT�¨ Train 13 to 18 Red Cross regional branch staff on TB prevention. Health-promoting schools – key concepts and principles 26 4. health-promoting schools, workplaces, clinics and communities. The Health Promoting Schools framework . (, social and emotional learning programs. The most probable cause(s) of these trends likely 1) began or accelerated during these years, 2) affected a large number of people, 3) impacted everyday life, and 4) were associated with depression. Participants completed quantitative self-report measures of school burnout, empathic skills (both cognitive and affective), and satisfaction with school relationships (peers and teachers). CDC: School Health Guidelines (2011) Serves as the foundation for developing, implementing, and evaluating school-based healthy eating and physical activity policies and practices for students. 0000147045 00000 n Students' school burnout has been extensively investigated in relation to interpersonal factors such as peer relations and social adjustment. Alessia Agliati, Ph.D., Ilaria Grazzani, Ph.D., Yoel Smedema, M.S, Gunjanpreet Kaur, M.A, The analysis of the documents was conducted according to the criterium of key social-emotional competencies and the associated social-emotional skills. Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. (2011). 0000123026 00000 n Conclusions Recent increases in depressive symptoms among US adolescents: trends from 1991 to 2018, A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of School-Based Stress, Anxiety, and Depression Prevention Programs for Adolescents, Outcome Measurement of School-Based SEL Intervention Follow-Up Studies, The Effectiveness of the Children’s Emotional Adjustment Scale (CEAS) in Screening for Mental Health Problems in Middle Childhood, Review of mental health promotion in schools, Promoting child and youth resilience by strengthening home and school environments: A literature review, Why increases in adolescent depression may be linked to the technological environment. In the next sections of the paper, we more fully describe the framework by discussing the three major domains in relation to mental health outcomes and the different developmental systems. Results: Initial searches identified 25 articles reporting on mental health promotion interventions in schools. Health and Prevention of Substance Abuse. ��ȴ! The Health Promoting Schools Framework provides a holistic approach to promoting health and educational attainment in schools. These trends have implications for etiology and prevention and suggest new and emerging risk factors in need of attention. The Health Promoting Pre-School (HPPS) Framework accords the accreditation to pre-schools which have comprehensive school health promotion practices for students, parents and staff. Achenbach, T. M., Ivanova, M. Y., & Rescorla, L. A. of psychopathology for ages 1½ - 90+ years: Develop, Adelman, H. S., & Taylor, L. (2000). In H. Askell-Williams (Ed. Finally, it is crucial that such intervention be offered during the early years of high school, with a view to preventing subsequent dissatisfaction with relationships and difficulty coping with the demands of school, thereby fostering students' school well-being and mental health. 0000015881 00000 n 0000000016 00000 n Systemic resilience: princ. 0000025651 00000 n Students and others need to understand the purpose of any activities. In the context of a health promotion framework, the following activities/ programs could be considered: Build a Sense of Community* Discussion focuses on the efficacy of preventive school‐based strategies, and on the safest and most successful interventions. Patterson, J. M. (2003). Measurement equivalence was supported across age and gender groups. 0000004155 00000 n 0000146486 00000 n 0000079480 00000 n This makes it all the more important to define what is specifically, health in school includes “practices to address the continuum from high, anxiety, depression, substance use, violence, and, the multi-dimensional nature of school mental health, which encompasses a r, school staff, community, and stakeholders, the specific competences and behaviours targ, teacher mental health as a key component of a wh, Effective school mental health programs mainly target the, protective factors in mental health, specifically, third is the prevention of social, emotional, and b, three major domains in relation to mental health outcom, skills and behaviours for both students and teacher, Figure 1. Lowry-Webster, H. M., Barrett, P. M., & Dadds, M. R. depressive symptomatology in childhood: Pr, Lowry-Webster, H., Barrett, P. M., & Lock, S. (2003). 0000016409 00000 n (2004). In the present paper, we set out to fill this gap via a two-step process: first, we offer a critical overview of recent research around the concept of school mental health; second, we propose a comprehensive theoretical framework for researchers, practitioners, and policy-makers involved in mental health promotion and school prevention programs. (2016). Waddell, C., Hua, J. M., Garland, O. M., Pet, in children: a systematic review to inform pol, Waldron, S. M., Stallard, P., Grist, R., & Ham, universal school-based anxiety prevention, Weare, K. (2010). Rapid Assessment and Action Planning Process (RAAPP): A method and tools to enable ministries of education and health to assess and strengthen their capacity to promote health through schools. 0000059896 00000 n Conclusions: A range of interventions have been tested for mental health promotion in schools in the last decade with variable degrees of success. In this systematic review, we sought to identify and synthesise evidence on the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of school-based methods to identify students experiencing MHD, as measured by accurate identification, referral rates, and service uptake. Recent decades have seen a rise in mental health problems among children and adolescents. A., Domitrovich, C. E., Weissberg, R. P., &. the health-promoting potential of universities. 0000154000 00000 n 0000006400 00000 n Mood repair was most accurate in detecting overall mental health problems, internalizing problems and depression problems. Mansfield, C. F., Beltman, S., Price, A., & McConney, Understanding teacher resilience at the cha, Masten, A. S. (1994). The Health Promoting Schools framework . 0000177769 00000 n Global bur. 0000150975 00000 n discussed, underlining the benefits of social and emotional learning for students with learning as a vehicle for the academic and social inclusion of students with LD. The meaning, however, the scope and focus of university actions aiming at promoting health, can It reaffirms the principles and functions of health promotion and identifies priority areas where the Service will play a key role in achieving greater equity in health and well-being for the Lothian population. Children', resilience interventions targeting child and, Durlak, J. Results Jan Höltge, Ph.D. , Linda Theron, Ph.D., Richard G. Cowden, Ph.D. , Kaymarlin Govender, Ph.D., B., Taylor, R. D, Students' Social and Emotional Learning: A Meta-A, Elias, M. J., Parker, S. J., & Kash, V. M. (2008). Cefai, C., Bartolo, P. A., Cavioni, V., & Downes, as a core curricular area across the EU. Overall, our findings suggest that the TEC is a robust instrument for investigating emotion understanding in children aged 3 to 10 years. Shaping, Ahlen, J., Lenhard, F., & Ghaderi, A. A historical perspective on health promotion in schools 12 2. 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