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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 documentACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
View the documentFOREWORD
close this folder1. INTRODUCTION
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View the document1.1 Why did WHO prepare this document?
View the document1.2 Who should read this document?
View the document1.3 What is meant by tobacco and tobacco use?
View the document1.4 Why focus efforts on schools?
View the document1.5 How will this document help people promote health?
View the document1.6 How should this document be used?
close this folder2. CONVINCING OTHERS THAT TOBACCO USE PREVENTION IN SCHOOLS IS IMPORTANT
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View the document2.1 Argument: Tobacco use prevention deserves increased attention and support
View the document2.2 Argument: Tobacco is a killer
View the document2.3 Argument: Most people who use tobacco were influenced to start during their school-age years
View the document2.4 Argument: We know what influences young people to use tobacco
View the document2.5 Argument: Prevention is a critically important strategy for reducing tobacco use among young people
View the document2.6 Argument: Cessation can be an important element of a prevention/reduction strategy
View the document2.7 Argument: Tobacco use prevention is among the most cost-effective of health promotion interventions
View the document2.8 Argument: Tobacco use prevention programmes can be a good entry point for the development of Health-Promoting Schools
View the document2.9 Argument: Schools are vital partners for achieving WHO's vision of ''Growing Up Tobacco Free''
close this folder3. CONVINCING OTHERS THAT TOBACCO USE PREVENTION IN SCHOOLS WILL REALLY WORK
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View the document3.1 Argument: We know what works well and what can be done to improve programmes that do not work well
View the document3.2 Argument: Schools have tremendous potential to prevent tobacco use because they are specialized institutions for learning
close this folder4. PLANNING INTERVENTIONS
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close this folder4.1. School and community involvement in planning
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View the document4.1.1 School Health Team
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close this folder4.2 Situation analysis
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View the document4.2.1 Purpose of conducting a situation analysis
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close this folder4.3 Policies and community commitment
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View the document4.3.3 Parental support and commitment
close this folder4.4 Goals and objectives of tobacco use prevention.
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View the document4.4.1 Goals
View the document4.4.2 Outcome objectives
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close this folder5. INTEGRATING TOBACCO USE PREVENTION INTO VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF HEALTH-PROMOTING SCHOOLS
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close this folder5.1 School health education
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View the document5.1.1 Designing and/or selecting lessons and materials for health education
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close this folder5.2 Healthy school environment
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View the document5.2.1 Supportive school policies and practices
View the document5.2.2 Psycho-social environment
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close this folder5.4 Community and family involvement and outreach
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View the document5.4.1 Community participants
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View the document5.4.3 Mass media
View the document5.5 Health promotion for school staff
View the document5.6 Physical exercise, recreation and sport
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View the document6. TRAINING TEACHERS AND OTHER SCHOOL PERSONNEL TO IMPLEMENT TOBACCO USE PREVENTION
close this folder7. EVALUATION
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View the document7.1 Two types of evaluation
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View the document7.3 Reporting progress and achievements
View the documentANNEX 1 OTTAWA CHARTER FOR HEALTH PROMOTION (1986)
View the documentANNEX 2 HEALTH CONSEQUENCES OF TOBACCO USE AND ENVIRONMENTAL TOBACCO SMOKE (1)
View the documentREFERENCES
View the documentGLOBAL SCHOOL HEALTH INITIATIVE