Buiis & mc call links between health, equity & sustainability geneva july 11 2010

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  • 1. Last Time, This Time, Next Time Shared Values & Principles Connections in school health Linkages with Eco, Community, Safe  & Other Schoool Movements  Serving an Educational Agenda 
  • 2. ISHN Synthesis (Ten Points in Common in HS, CS, SS  etc) www.schools-for-all.org 1 Whole child, life course, impact of the school, theories to explain 2. Serve all children, especially vulnerable and disadvantaged children, families and communities 3. Understand the local context 4. Strive towards a Comprehensive Approach, Coordinated programs, Whole school strategies 5. Use multiple, coordinated evidence-based interventions (policy, instruction, services, social & physical environment)
  • 3. ISHN Synthesis 6. Identify the local mechanisms & drivers of change, implementation and sustainability and use evidence-based implementation strategies. 7. Coordinate multiple programs, policies, services, practices 8. Seek congruence with education mandate, constraints, customs and essential procedures 9. Build capacity at all levels in the multiple systems that need to engaged 10.Use a strategic approach to system characteristics and organizational cultures.
  • 4. Symposium statement • Feedback into IUHPE Conference • Share main findings • In sessions on school health promotion • Short (max 1 A4)  
  • 5. Procedure  TODAY • Draft statement on board • Please write your comments • Finalize this evening NEXT PERIOD • Extended version with more content • Comment procedure on symposium website • Final version September 2010