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Woodall, James; Cross, Ruth; Kinsella, Karina; Bunyan, Ann-Marie – Health Education Journal, 2019
Objectives: There has been an increased focus in policy discourse on individuals with severe, multiple and complex needs. This paper seeks to understand how best to enable these individuals to take greater control over their health. Design: Qualitative, user-led, peer research. Setting: Large urban UK city. Method: Trained peer researchers with…
Descriptors: Health Needs, Health Behavior, Urban Areas, Peer Groups
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Warwick-Booth, Louise; Cross, Ruth; Woodall, James; Bagnall, Anne-Marie; South, Jane – Health Education Journal, 2019
Health education has changed in many ways since "Health Education Journal" was first published, with developments moving the discipline forward in ways not envisaged 75 years ago. While there have been recent concerns about the decline in status of health promotion and linked worries about health education, the contemporary evidence base…
Descriptors: Health Education, Health Promotion, Reflection, Foreign Countries
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Woodall, James; Kinsella, Karina – Health Education Journal, 2017
Objective: The health of the prison population is of increasing concern, given the disproportionate rates of ill health in this population. Moreover, the challenges faced by prisoners' families and their children are also becoming more apparent, with prisoners' children being more likely than other children to experience mental and emotional…
Descriptors: Well Being, Family (Sociological Unit), Correctional Institutions, Institutionalized Persons
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Woodall, James – Health Education Journal, 2007
Objective: To explore the barriers to positive mental health in a group of young offenders. Design: A qualitative approach was used to provide insight into the ways in which mental health for young offenders is experienced and managed. Setting: A Young Offenders Institute (YOI) accommodating males aged between 18 and 21 years. Method: Participants…
Descriptors: Correctional Institutions, Focus Groups, Mental Health, Coping