While health and wellbeing is a primary focus in education, health, sports and related legislation, there is little available that presents high standard and practically relevant studies under one cover. To address that need, this collection brings together a contemporary, comprehensive and up-to-date overview on adolescent wellbeing within an Australasian context.
This curated collection of the YSA articles from the book is designed for a broad range of readers, in particular those wanting to work within both a clinical and educational context. The content will be of interest to practitioners, students and teachers, and to youth researchers.
Health and wellbeing: How do young people see these concepts?
Gary Easthope and Rob White
Predicting adolescents future intentions to seem help for mental health problems
Coralie Wilson and Frank Deane
Primary health care for young people: Are there models of service delivery that improve access and quality?
Melissa Kang, Diana Bernard, Tim Usherwood, Susan Quine, Garth Alperstein, Helen Kerr-Roubicek, Abigail Elliott and David Bennett
What does wellbeing mean? Perspectives of wellbeing among young people and youth workers in rural Victoria
Lisa Bourke and Paula Geldens
Youth ‘at risk’: Young people, sexual health and consent
Adolescent physical health and nutrition: An educational perspective
Darren Pullen and J-F (Not available)
Youth-friendly pharmacies: Exploring the role of community pharmacy in providing health care for young people in New Zealand
Emma Horsfield, Terryann Clark, Fiona Kelly and Janie Sheridan
Adolescent loneliness, reputation and wellbeing: Implications for intervention
Amanda Bourgeois, Annemaree Carroll and Stephen Houghton ( Not available )
Depression stigma in Australian high school students
Nicola Reavley and Anthony Jorm
‘Just boys being boys’?
Bully/victim students and classroom climate
Shoko Yoneyama and Ken Rigby
Re-engaging young people with education and training: What are the alternatives?
Kimberley Wilson, Kellie Stemp and Sue McGinty
Music for engaging young people in education
Concepts shaping juvenile justice
Students at risk: Interagency collaboration in Queensland
Bruce Allen Knight, Cecily Knight and Daniel Teghe
The Resilient Families Program: Promoting health and wellbeing in adolescents and their parents during the transition to secondary school
Alison Shortt, John Toumbourou, Rianna Chapman and Elke Power
Exploring young people’s beliefs and images about sun safety
Katherine White, Natalie Robinson, Ross Young, Peter Anderson, Melissa Hyde, Susan Greenbank, Julie Keane, Toni Rolfe, Paul Vardon and Debra Baskerville
Who participates? Differing perceptions of risk by young people and the impact on strategies for youth participation
Adele Pavlidis and Sarah Baker
Indigenous youth and gangs as family
Rural youth and multimedia: An interagency approach
Susan Brumby, Robyn Eversole, Kaye Scholfield and Leanne Watt