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Evaluation of Healthy Respect phase two: final report

Elliott, Lawrie; Henderson, M; Wight, Daniel; Nixon, Catherine; Claveirole, Anne; Raab, Gillian; Pow, Janette S; Martin, C; Miller, Martine; Storkey, H; Rowlands, B; Birch, A; Burston, A; Thermessl-Huber, Markus; Burtney, L


Lawrie Elliott

M Henderson

Daniel Wight

Catherine Nixon

Anne Claveirole

Gillian Raab

C Martin

Martine Miller

H Storkey

B Rowlands

A Birch

A Burston

Markus Thermessl-Huber

L Burtney


The Healthy Respect National Health Demonstration Project represented the Scottish Government’s response to the poor sexual health of young people It consisted of two phases and was implemented across Lothian including Edinburgh City. Healthy Respect One began in 2001 and ended in 2004, and
Healthy Respect Two began in 2005 and ended in March 2008. This report contains the findings from the evaluation of Healthy Respect Two. aimed to integrate education, sexual health services and information for young people aged 10 to 18 years (although sexual health services were aimed at 13 to 18 year olds) across Lothian and was supported by an overarching communications strategy that included branding and media campaigns.

Report Type Project Report
Publication Date 2010-03
Deposit Date Jan 30, 2013
Peer Reviewed Not Peer Reviewed
ISBN 978-1-84485-498-1
Keywords Sexual health; teenagers; health policy; Scotland; United Kingdom; strategic policy; media campaigns; social media; sex education
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