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The effects on student health of interventions modifying the school environment : systematic review. / Bonell, C; Wells, H; Harden, A; Jamal, F; Fletcher, A; Thomas, J; Campbell, Rona M; Petticrew, M; Whitehead, M; Murphy, S; Moore, L.

In: Journal of epidemiology and community health, Vol. 67, No. 8, 08.2013, p. 677-81.

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Bonell, C, Wells, H, Harden, A, Jamal, F, Fletcher, A, Thomas, J, Campbell, RM, Petticrew, M, Whitehead, M, Murphy, S & Moore, L 2013, 'The effects on student health of interventions modifying the school environment: systematic review' Journal of epidemiology and community health, vol 67, no. 8, pp. 677-81., 10.1136/jech-2012-202247

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Bonell, C., Wells, H., Harden, A., Jamal, F., Fletcher, A., Thomas, J., Campbell, R. M., Petticrew, M., Whitehead, M., Murphy, S., & Moore, L. (2013). The effects on student health of interventions modifying the school environment: systematic review. Journal of epidemiology and community health, 67(8), 677-81. 10.1136/jech-2012-202247

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Bonell C, Wells H, Harden A, Jamal F, Fletcher A, Thomas J et al. The effects on student health of interventions modifying the school environment: systematic review. Journal of epidemiology and community health. 2013 Aug;67(8):677-81. Available from: 10.1136/jech-2012-202247

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Bonell, C; Wells, H; Harden, A; Jamal, F; Fletcher, A; Thomas, J; Campbell, Rona M; Petticrew, M; Whitehead, M; Murphy, S; Moore, L / The effects on student health of interventions modifying the school environment : systematic review.

In: Journal of epidemiology and community health, Vol. 67, No. 8, 08.2013, p. 677-81.

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title = "The effects on student health of interventions modifying the school environment",
author = "C Bonell and H Wells and A Harden and F Jamal and A Fletcher and J Thomas and Campbell, {Rona M} and M Petticrew and M Whitehead and S Murphy and L Moore",
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journal = "Journal of epidemiology and community health",
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T1 - The effects on student health of interventions modifying the school environment

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A1 - Moore,L

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AU - Wells,H

AU - Harden,A

AU - Jamal,F

AU - Fletcher,A

AU - Thomas,J

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AU - Petticrew,M

AU - Whitehead,M

AU - Murphy,S

AU - Moore,L

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N2 - Owing to the limited effectiveness of traditional health education curricula in schools, there is increasing interest in interventions aiming to promote young people's health by modifying the school environment. Existing systematic reviews cannot determine whether environmental intervention is effective because they examine interventions combining environmental modifications and traditional health education. This gap is significant because school-environment interventions are complex to implement and may be sidelined in underfunded and attainment-focused school systems without evidence to support such an approach. This systematic review examined the effectiveness of school-environment interventions without health-education components on student health and inequalities.

AB - Owing to the limited effectiveness of traditional health education curricula in schools, there is increasing interest in interventions aiming to promote young people's health by modifying the school environment. Existing systematic reviews cannot determine whether environmental intervention is effective because they examine interventions combining environmental modifications and traditional health education. This gap is significant because school-environment interventions are complex to implement and may be sidelined in underfunded and attainment-focused school systems without evidence to support such an approach. This systematic review examined the effectiveness of school-environment interventions without health-education components on student health and inequalities.

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DO - 10.1136/jech-2012-202247

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