publication . Article . 2018

Can social and educational markers predict risk for future health vulnerabilities? A population health approach for vulnerable young people on the Central Coast of NSW Australia

Sarah Bradfield;
Open Access English
  • Published: 12 Mar 2018 Journal: International Journal of Integrated Care (IJIC) (eissn: 1568-4156, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Ubiquity Press
Abstract
Introduction : Lifestyle choices, social and environmental factors impact 60% of health outcomes, while health system impacts 10%. Why then, do we continue to focus on health as the place for early intervention with young people? Young people become vulnerable through a combination of their circumstances, stages of development and barriers to participation. Vulnerabilities can be a combination of health (physical, mental health, substance use), educational (disengagement from school) and social factors (homelessness, unemployment, financial hardship). Description : This case study, describes the process of partnership for health, education` and social care partn...
Subjects
free text keywords: vulnerable children and young people; co-design; social care; partnerships, Health Policy, Sociology and Political Science, Health(social science), Health care, business.industry, business, Social capital, Public relations, Population health, Accountability, Mental health, Government, Nursing, Population, education.field_of_study, education, Medicine, Vulnerability
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publication . Article . 2018

Can social and educational markers predict risk for future health vulnerabilities? A population health approach for vulnerable young people on the Central Coast of NSW Australia

Sarah Bradfield;