School nursing: promoting self-esteem in adolescents

O'Connor, Sarah
January 2012
Community Practitioner;Jan2012, Vol. 85 Issue 1, p34
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the significant role of school nurses in promoting self esteem for several teenagers in Great Britain. It notes the responsibility of every school nurse to check and ensure the self-esteem of teenagers, particularly the young women. It cites their role in disseminating the concept of risky sexual behavior. Information about "The Power of Five" good self-esteem activity is also noted.


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