Further forward 5 years on?

Croghan, Emma
September 2011
British Journal of School Nursing;Sep2011, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p317
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the development of the child-centred public health in Great Britain. The author mentions the reduction of valuable opportunities in youth clubs and services for children and young people to facilitate empowerment and engagement. The author states the importance of school health services and other concurrent services to achieve the agenda in terms of empowering and aspiring children.


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