How can we make a difference? Delivering quality health education

Squires, Clare
November 2013
British Journal of School Nursing;Nov2013, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p452
Academic Journal
In this article, the author ponders how quality health education can be achieved in Great Britain in 2013. She states that the success of health education may be measured on how it affects children and young people. She also offers information on her experience of teaching Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE).


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