• Best practice in youth health promotion in Ireland

      Nic Gabhainn, S.; Corrigan, H.; Centre for Health Promotion Studies, Department of Health Promotion, National University of Ireland, Galway (2003)
    • Evaluation of the self care to wellness programme (SCWP)

      Evans, David S; McSharry, Kathy; Lynott, Jackie; Department of Public Health Health Service Executive West, Health Service Executive CHO2, Centre for Independent Living Mayo (2017-03)
      The HSE is committed to supporting people to self-manage long term health conditions. The Self Care to Wellness Programme (SCWP) is a community based self-management training programme for those with long term health conditions which commenced in county Mayo in January 2015. It is a joint partnership between the HSE, Mayo Centre of Independent Living (CIL), Disability Federation of Ireland (DFI) and the Multiple Sclerosis Society (MS). The six week Programme follows the Stanford Model for Chronic Disease Self Management (Lorig et al. 1999). The aim of the study was to obtain feedback from Programme participants in terms of its impact on managing their condition. All those that attended the programme between January and December 2015 were invited to complete a questionnaire at the beginning and six months after completing the Programme. The study utilised a number of validated measures, in addition to open ended questions to allow respondents to elaborate on their responses.
    • The future for health promotion: proceedings of the launch conference of the Centre for Health Promotion Studies.

      Kelleher, Cecily (ed.); Centre for Health Promotion Studies, University College Galway (Centre for Health Promotion Studies University College Galway, 1992)
      Prior to the. establishment of my Department's Health Promotion Unit, consideration had been given by the former Health Education Bureau to their supporting the establishment of a Chair in Health Promotion in University College, Galway. The Health Promotion Unit strongly supported such a chair and bas given a formal commibnent of fmancial support of £50,000 per annum over a 7-year period. Professor Cecily Kelleher took up her appoinbnent as Professor of Health Promotion in Galway University in September 1990. Centre for Health Promotion Studies. An integral part of the focus on Health Promotion in the College is the establishment of a Centre for Health Promotion Studies within the College's Social Sciences Research Centre. The aims of the Centre for Health Promotion Studies are to instigate its own studies in issues relevant to Health Promotion in an Irish context. to advise and co-operate with others on the initiation and evaluation of strategies relevant to Health Promotion. to assist in the training of personnel within and beyond the traditional health sector. to establish a national database on Health Promotion. I have already appointed Professor Kelleher as a member of: the Advisory Council on Health Promotion, the Nutritional Advisory Group on Nutrition and the Working Group developing a National Alcohol Policy.