A health promotion initiative in French primary schools based on teacher training and support: Actionable evidence in context

Abstract : This article presents a health promotion initiative in French school settings. This initiative aims to promote children's social, emotional and physical health. The main strategy is the development of teachers' health-promoting practices and schools' health-promoting environment. The initiative was implemented in 115 primary schools in six French regions. Three types of evidence were used to develop the initiative: scientific, professional contextual, and critical evidence. The evidence was translated into the programme through a training and support process. According to their position, the actors used the evidence differently. The importance of the local context and actors' involvement is further explored.
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Global Health Promotion, 2011, 18 (1), pp.34-38. 〈10.1177/1757975910393585〉
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Jeanine Pommier, Marie-Renée Guével, Didier Jourdan. A health promotion initiative in French primary schools based on teacher training and support: Actionable evidence in context. Global Health Promotion, 2011, 18 (1), pp.34-38. 〈10.1177/1757975910393585〉. 〈halshs-00771428〉

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