Health and Wellness Journal

Latest publications:
Early Childhood Teachers' Knowledge of and Attitudes Towards Promoting Health and Safety in Kindergartens

A program was designed based on the concept of promoting school health to transfer knowledge and program designing skills in health education and promotion to the kindergarten educators.

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Published Online: August 31, 2015

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A Community-Academic Collaboration to Impact Childhood Obesity

A community-academic partnership that implemented clinical guidelines in an underserved elementary school is explored. Outcomes indicate this evidence-based, multi-pronged approach may accelerate the progress toward the prevention of childhood obesity.

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Published Online: August 28, 2015

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Obstacles to the Promotion of Public Health by Local Government in New South Wales

Australian local government law and policy has existing capacity to make public health interventions. This paper queries why this capacity may be under-utilised, and identifies obstacles.

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Published Online: August 27, 2015

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Improving the Use of Evidence in the Health Impact Assessment for the Roofing Cement Industry

Using health impact assessment (HIA) by employing the impacts on human risks into two-dimensions of health risk matrix of exposure rating and health effect rating for the Roofing Cement Industry.

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Published Online: August 27, 2015

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Speaking Their Language: Developing a Scorecard for Medical-Legal Partnership to Balance Quality & Productivity

This paper explores using the balanced scorecard and the six domains of the Institute of Medicine to address health disparities and the productivity and performance of a medical-legal partnership.

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Published Online: August 13, 2015

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The Benefits of Yoga for Children in Schools

This presentation will review the benefits of yoga for children which include improved academic performance, health, and well-being.

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The Smoke Ring: A Mixed Method Study

The research focuses on evaluating Aboriginal tobacco control in Australia. A better understanding of factors that influence smoking behavior, attitudes and social norms will inform tobacco control and cessation support.

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Published Online: June 16, 2015

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Engaging with Racism: An Opportunity to Advance Nursing Practice

An examination of White nurses’ perception of racism in Canadian nursing using grounded theory approach under the tenets of participatory Action Research.

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Published Online: June 16, 2015

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Using a Social Ecological Theory to Determine Worksite Wellness Programming Barriers within a Private Midwestern Higher Education Setting

This research examined potential barriers to participation in a work-site wellness program offered at a private university. Survey questions were formulated from the Social Ecology Model and Partnership for Prevention.

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Published Online: June 16, 2015

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Functional Exercise Training to Enhance Emotional Well-being in Middle School Aged Children

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Published Online: June 16, 2015

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