In 2021, SHE has conducted a qualitative study on of barriers and facilitators for the implementation of School Health Promotion.
SHE monitors school health promotion in our member countries. In September and October 2020, a survey was conducted among 24 of the 40 SHE member countries or regions. The aim of the survey was to assess the implementation of school health promotion and the formal Health Promoting School (HPS) approach in schools in the SHE member countries from the perspective of the SHE national coordinators. An overall report presents some of the highlights from the survey.
The findings of the complete survey 2020 were reported in 24 country-specific reports.These reports can be found under each member country on this website.
In December 2019, a mapping of the level of implementation of health promotion in schools in SHE member countries was done. Of the 37 SHE Member countries, 28 countries answered the online questionnaire (75.7%): Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, North Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russian Federation, Slovenia, Switzerland, Uzbekistan, Wales (UK).
In the SHE mapping report you can read about the level of implementation and how implementation occurs in individual countries. The titel of the report is: "SHE mapping report. Lessons learnt from policies and practices of SHE member countries".