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close this bookWHO Information Series on School Health - Document 5 - Tobacco Use Prevention: An Important Entry Point for the Development of Health-promoting Schools (UNESCO - WHO, 1999, 52 p.)
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View the documentFOREWORD
Open this folder and view contents1. INTRODUCTION
Open this folder and view contents2. CONVINCING OTHERS THAT TOBACCO USE PREVENTION IN SCHOOLS IS IMPORTANT
Open this folder and view contents3. CONVINCING OTHERS THAT TOBACCO USE PREVENTION IN SCHOOLS WILL REALLY WORK
Open this folder and view contents4. PLANNING INTERVENTIONS
Open this folder and view contents5. INTEGRATING TOBACCO USE PREVENTION INTO VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF HEALTH-PROMOTING SCHOOLS
View the document6. TRAINING TEACHERS AND OTHER SCHOOL PERSONNEL TO IMPLEMENT TOBACCO USE PREVENTION
Open this folder and view contents7. EVALUATION
View the documentANNEX 1 OTTAWA CHARTER FOR HEALTH PROMOTION (1986)
View the documentANNEX 2 HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF TOBACCO USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE (1)
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View the documentGLOBAL SCHOOL HEALTH INITIATIVE

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This document was prepared for WHO by Muriel van den Cruijsem, Louk Peters, and Goof Buijs, Netherlands Institute for Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (NIGZ) in collaboration with Jack T. Jones, School Health Team Leader, Department of Health Promotion, Social Change and Mental Health Cluster, WHO/HQ, Geneva. Education Development Center, Inc. provided the final editing.

WHO would like to thank the following individuals who offered substantial comments and suggestions during the document's preparation and finalisation:

Dr M. Al Khateeb

Regional Adviser, Health Protection and Promotion
World Health Organization,
Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean
Alexandria, Egypt

Sonia Bahri

Division for the Renovation of Secondary and
Vocational Education
UNESCO
Paris, France

Neil Collishaw

Tobacco Free Initiative
World Health Organization
Geneva, Switzerland

Linda Crossett

Health Intervention Scientist,
Division of Adolescent and School Health
Centers for Disease Control
Atlanta, United States

Pat Drury

Technical Officer
Department of Health Promotion
Social Change and Mental Health Cluster
World Health Organization
Geneva, Switzerland

Matthew Furner

Technical Officer
Department of Health Promotion
Social Change and Mental Health Cluster
World Health Organization
Geneva, Switzerland

Cynthia Lang

Health and Human Development Programs
Education Development Center, Inc.
Newton
Massachusetts, USA

Aune Naanda

Division for the Renovation of Secondary and Vocational
Education
UNESCO
Paris, France

Dr Desmond O'Byrne

Department of Health Promotion
Social Change and Mental Health Cluster
World Health Organization
Geneva, Switzerland

Dr Hans Saan

Quality Consultant
Netherlands Institute for Health
Promotion and Disease Prevention
Woerden, Netherlands

Livia Saldari

Division for the Renovation of Secondary and Vocational
Education
UNESCO
Paris, France

Dianne Widdus

Technical Officer
Substance Abuse Department
Social Change and Mental Health Cluster
WHO
Geneva, Switzerland

Barbara Zolty

Technical Officer
Tobacco Free Initiative
World Health Organization
Geneva, Switzerland

WHO would also like to thank individuals from health and education agencies who reviewed and commented on this document at the following international meetings:

· Fourth International Conference on Health Promotion, Jakarta, Indonesia, July, 1997.
· Intercountry Consultation on Health Promoting Schools, Bangkok, Thailand, December 1997.
· Intercountry Meeting on Networking and Health Promoting Schools, Beijing, China, December, 1997.