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A critical consideration of ‘mental health and wellbeing’ in …

WEBAbstract This paper examines ideas about mental health, wellbeing and school education to illustrate important issues in the relationship between mental health

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‘Doing well’ and ‘being well

WEBINTRODUCTION. Evidence in this journal (Jerrim, 2022), and elsewhere (Solmi et al., 2022), indicates that adolescence is a critical time for the onset of adverse …

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The mental health of adolescents in England: How does it vary …

WEBIntroduction. Mental health and wellbeing have become key policy issues (Parkin, 2016, 2020).There has been particular concern as to how mental ill-health is …

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The importance of school culture in supporting student mental …

WEBSchools have the potential to provide a place of education and sanctuary for children and young people of all backgrounds. The rise in mental health problems in …

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Mental health problems in first‐generation university students: A

WEBINTRODUCTION. The prevalence of mental health problems in university students worldwide is well-established and extremely concerning. For example, a World …

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Positive psychology school‐based interventions: A reflection on …

WEBAn increased focus on youth development has led to an understanding of the importance of the wellbeing, resilience and mental health of children and young …

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Supporting the learning experience of health‐related profession

WEBHigh quality clinical education is a fundamental component of undergraduate health-related professions programmes. Technological interventions offer potential to …

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Mental wellbeing among higher education students in England …

WEBINTRODUCTION. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, concern for the mental health and wellbeing status of higher education students was already on the rise in the …

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Education systems and academic stress—A comparative perspective

WEBINTRODUCTION. Academic stress can undermine academic achievement (von der Embse et al., 2018), reduce well-being (Banks & Smyth, 2015; Salmela-Aro & …

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A health(y) subject

WEBINTRODUCTION. The subject of physical education (PE) has long been associated with two main areas of learning: the development of sports performance …

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Childhood wellbeing: what role for education

WEBThe word wellbeing is ubiquitous in political discourse, and concerns about childhood wellbeing are particularly rife. This paper identifies, in the context of Scottish …

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I quit! Is there an association between leaving teaching and

WEBThe mental health and well-being of teachers is an issue of great policy concern. This is particularly true in England, where high workload and the associated …

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From resilience to wellbeing: Identity‐building as an alternative

WEBThis paper explores schools’ new role in promoting children’s mental health, as a key focus for policy makers across the global north. An education policy analysis is …

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School composition, school culture and socioeconomic …

WEBBackground. Multifarious indicators of health, including disability-free life years, self-rated health, subjective wellbeing and life expectancy, are positively …

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Health‐oriented ‘Bildung’ or an obligation to a healthy lifestyle

WEBThe issue of health plays an important role in the German language sports pedagogical discussion and in German curricula. It is also important here that the idea of …

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BERJ British Educational Research Journal

WEBInformation for subscribers: The British Journal of Educational Research is published in 6 issues per year (February, April, June, August, October, December). Institutional …

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A scoping review of the psychosocial correlates of academic …

WEBINTRODUCTION. In the context of university students' academic performance, psychosocial factors refer to any psychological or social factor that …

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Do scores ‘define’ us

WEBINTRODUCTION. Research exploring the educational relevance of wellbeing has been ongoing for decades (Gutman & Vorhaus, 2012; Kern & Wehmeyer, 2021; …

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Identifying service users' experience of the education, health and …

WEBINTRODUCTION. The Children and Families Act introduced reforms outlining support for children and young people in England with special educational …

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