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Research

The Centre's research is organised in four research themes:

 

Children

Projects within this research theme examine implementation and effect of group-based antenatal education as well as school-based interventions addressing eating habits, smoking, physical activity, hygiene, and well-being among children.

 

Young people

Projects within this research theme examine implementation and effect of interventions at vocational schools and high schools addressing eating habits, physical activity, alcohol intake, smoking, wellbeing and school drop-out among young people.

 

Adults
Projects within this research theme examine implementation and effect of interventions at municipal job centres, workplaces and General Practice addressing eating habits, physical activity, alcohol intake, smoking, wellbeing and school dropout among young people.

 

Policy Projects

Within this research theme examine why some local and national policies and interventions - within prevention, health promotion and rehabilitation - gain political and organizational traction while others do not. We are analyzing the construction of social inequality in health as an object for intervention, the notion of Health in All Policies and inter-sectoral action for health and the implementation of national health promotion guidelines, and Danish smoking legislation.

 

 

 

 
The Centre is funded by TrygFonden and the Danish Cancer Society
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