Doctors make statutory PSHE their top priority

November 2014
14-19 Learning & Skills Bulletin;11/24/2014, Issue 141, p15
The article discusses manifesto launched by Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) in Great Britain which discusses ways in which child health can be improved. Topics include introduction of personal and health education programs in primary and secondary schools and improvement of mental health services of adolescents.


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