WHO Collaborating Centre for International Child & Adolescent Health Policy Research
In October 2013 the World Health Organisation (WHO) designated the University of St Andrews School of Medicine as its Collaborating Centre for International Child and Adolescent Health Policy.
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Assessing the psychometric and ecometric properties of neighbourhood scales using adolescent survey data from urban and rural Scotland (2017-03-28) - Journal articleBackground: Despite the well-established need for specific measurement instruments to examine the relationship between neighborhood conditions and adolescent well-being outcomes, few studies have developed scales to measure ...
Does dental undergraduate education and postgraduate training enable intention to provide inhalation sedation in primary dental care? A path analytical exploration (2016-03-23) - Journal articleAim: To examine how quality standards of dental undergraduate education, postgraduate training and qualifications together with confidence and barriers could be utilised to predict intention to provide inhalation sedation. ...
(2017-03-13) - Journal articleIntroduction and Aims: Disadvantaged men suffer substantial harm from heavy drinking. This feasibility study developed and evaluated the methods for a trial of a brief intervention delivered by text messages to disadvantaged ...
(2017-04) - Journal item1. Despite a rapidly growing research interest in FCR, lack of consensus on definition and measurement including clinical FCR, sparse model development and testing, and limited available clinical interventions have impeded ...