From complex interventions to complex systems: towards a better understanding of school health improvement

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Littlecott, Hannah;
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    mesheuropmc: education

Interventions to improve young peoples’ health are commonly delivered via schools. Challenges in changing the functioning of complex school systems are commonly\ud underestimated and recognition is growing that interventions cannot be described in isolation from the con... View more
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