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Author: Health Education England
ISBN13: 978-0174231677
Title: Happy Heart: v. 2
Format: mobi lrf lit lrf
ePUB size: 1988 kb
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Nelson Thornes Ltd (February 12, 1990)

Happy Heart: v. 2 by Health Education England

Health Education England (HEE) exists for one reason only: to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England by ensuring that the workforce of today and tomorrow has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours, at the right time and in the right place. Meeting the challenge of reducing stress and building resilience in the NHS workforce. A new framework aimed at helping health and social care employers improve the mental wellbeing of their employees has been launched today by Health Education England (HEE). Health Education England’s commitment to the recruitment and retention of disabled staff has been recognised by the government’s Disability Confident scheme. Transforming Maternity Services.

Health Education England (HEE) is an executive non-departmental public body of the Department of Health. Their function is to provide national leadership and coordination for the education and training within the health and public health workforce within England. It has been operational since June 2012. Key functions of HEE include: providing leadership for the new education and training system.

Public Health England centre-based consultants in dental public health have an important role supporting dental health improvement across the public health and the healthcare system. They work closely with local authority public health teams, NHS England, local professional networks, Health Education England and other partners to support the delivery of dental health improvement across the life course, giving every child the best start in life. Download infographics. Read Health matters blog. Watch Health matters videos

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Happy events can also be bad for our heart. A broken heart is an actual medical condition. It is not just the sadness we feel when someone we love does not return that love. We get broken heart syndrome when we are highly stressed. We also get it during emotional times, such as a relationship breakup, the death of family and friends, or the loss of a job. The medical name for this is Takotsubo Syndrome (TTS). Heart experts Dr Christian Templin and Dr Jelena Ghadri analysed data from 1,750 patients who suffered from Takotsubo Syndrome. The sufferers were from nine different countries. They found 485 patients got TTS because of an emotional happening. Twenty of these had TTS because of a happy or joyful event.

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This book is intended to assist all professionals who value the need to influence health behavior positively. Their fields include health promotion and education, med-icine, nursing, health psychology, behavioral medicine, health communications, nu-trition and dietetics, dentistry, pharmacy, social work, exercise science, clinical psychology, and occupational and physical therapy.

This teacher's resource book of activities and copymasters for children aged from seven to eleven aims to make the children more aware of the relationship between physical activity and health, and to encourage them to become more active. Themes include healthy lifestyles, the importance of physical activity, sport, muscles and bones, heart and lungs, fitness, diet, looking good and feeling healthy, caring and sharing, and safety.