CoEd Conferences – November 2015

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Towards the Compassionate School: Developing ‘British’ Values – November 2015, various locations This conference aims to: explore and develop the vision for creating a compassionate school within the context of ‘British’ values provide the strategic imperatives for change explore compassion’s … Continued

The E-Cigarette Summit 2015

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The third annual E-Cigarette Summit will take place at the Royal Society in London on the 12th November 2015 and will provide an evidence based perspective on the public health issues raised by the growing popularity of e-cigarettes. http://www.e-cigarette-summit.com/ Programme: http://www.e-cigarette-summit.com/programme/

Life Lessons: PSHE and SRE in schools

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IHPE was pleased to have contributed to the report published on 17th February 2015: Life Lessons: PSHE and SRE in schools.   Summary of recommendations The Department for Education should develop a work plan for introducing PSHE and SRE as statutory … Continued

‘Life lessons’ in schools

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Yesterday, 16th June 2015, the PSHE Association published the following press release:   Young people call for ‘life lessons’ in schools as Ministers prepare Select Committee response 16 June 2015 A new survey of young people aged 12 to 15 has … Continued

June’s Health Promotion Text

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John Kemm, a past President of IHPE has published his latest book entitled ‘Health Promotion, Ideology and Specialisms’ via Oxford University Press.   Publishers’ comments included: A comprehensive exploration of health promotion from both a theoretical and practical point of view … Continued

The Power of Sanitary Pads

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For young women in parts of East Africa, (and in other countries), discrimination, a lack of hygiene facilities and limited access to sanitary protections means many are forced to miss school during their period , and eventually drop out. They … Continued

Public Health Professionals Letter

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Over 90 public health professionals in the UK wrote a letter to the Guardian in the week of the election criticising the outgoing coalition Government for the damage its policies had done to health. As senior public health professionals we … Continued

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