Whilst many young people are thriving, some find home and/or school life challenging. English schools are facing unprecedented challenges in meeting needs of young people with ever-diminishing resources (Mind, 2022). The World Health Organization (WHO, 2021) states . . .
This essay is a policy and evidence review of health inequalities in children and young people in Cumbria, UK. Statistics are used to identify geographical disparities in health outcomes and relevant evidence is presented and examined to illustrate the impact of health inequalities. I have worked as a Specialist Community Public Health. . .
This study explored how COVID-19 affected physical activity of individuals who participated in a survey in order to give recommendations to organisations, practitioners and services on how to manage changes in health care needs. Self-reported physical activity decreased throughout all five age groups included in this study. This decrease is associated . . .
The outbreak of Covid-19 globally led to a national lockdown in England from March to July 2020 and November to December 2020. Key workers in front line health care, food production or delivery services were allowed to continue working, but all other workers, including family centre leaders, had to go home and work from home where possible. Family centres provide wrap . . .
The goal of this project was to increase the level of family participation in their child’s treatment. Specifically, we wanted to determine if having families sign a participation agreement prior to admission and reinforcing their engagement would have an impact on the level of family involvement. We observed family . . .