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Children"s health and well-being in the Nordic countries

Lennart Köhler

Children"s health and well-being in the Nordic countries

by Lennart Köhler

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Published by MacKeith in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children -- Health and hygiene -- Scandinavia.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLennart Köhler, Gunborg Jakobsson.
    SeriesClinics in developmental medicine -- 98
    ContributionsJakobsson, Gunborg.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRJ103.S34
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 140 p. :
    Number of Pages140
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21201376M
    ISBN 10063201797X, 0397480059

    Since , NOMESCO has worked to promote and publish comparable Nordic health statistics. As a permanent part of the work, this annual publication is published with the latest data in the health area. Health Statistics in the Nordic Countries presents data concerning population trends, illness, hospital treatment and causes of death. The Nordic model may not be perfect, but as recent OECD/Unicef analyses indicate, Scandinavian countries (Finland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark) consistently fare among the best internationally on all.

    Facts and statistics about the Nordic Region and the Nordic countries. Facts about the Nordic Region. Find useful information about the Nordic Region and each of its countries here. State of the Nordic Region. State of the Nordic Region presents facts and figures from the Nordic countries on core socioeconomic areas. Image bank.   It is the first book in its kind. It covers the four 'large' Nordic countries, Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland, and does so in a very systematically comparative way. The book is well organized, covers 'everything' and is analytically sophisticated." Ole Berg, nstitute of Health Management and health economics, University of Oslo, Norway Reviews: 1.

      It’s intriguing that while socialists in America would rush to nationalize the health care system, Norwegians, Swedes, and Danes are all gradually increasing their use of private health . The content of the book is more relevant now than ever, as countries look at better ways to support their populations. Nordic Families, Children and Early Childhood Education will be of interest to students and scholars across a range of disciplines, including Education, Sociology and Social Policy.


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Trude Haugli, Dr. juris () Professor of Law UiT - the Arctic University of Norway, has published several monographs, book chapters and articles on children’s rights, including human rights for children, child protection and children in family conflicts.

Anna Nylund, Jur. ().Professor of Law UiT - the Arctic University of Norway, has co-directed several research projects and.

“In the Nordic countries, children and their wellbeing have a very high position.” Get alerts on Coronavirus pandemic when a new story is published Get alerts. One of the best-known features of Nordic parenting is Finland’s Maternity Package, or "baby box", which have been given to all new mothers since the s.

They contain clothes, care products and a first reading book. In today's package, which is reviewed annually, there are 64 items. first UNICEF overview of child well-being published in (Report Card 7).i Changes in child well-being over the first decade of the s are examined in Part 3.

Key findings» The Netherlands retains its position as the clear leader and is the only country ranked among the top five countries in all dimensions of child well-being.

Abstract. Background: This study analysed the influence of parents' labour market participation on their children's well-being in the five Nordic countries, and the changes from toduring which unemployment rates generally rose in the Nordic s: Parent-reported questionnaire data from two cross-sectional studies, 12 years apart, with 15 (in ) and 15 (in.

As part of their efforts to tackle childhood obesity and promote healthy diets, 5 Nordic countries have launched a joint initiative to monitor food marketing to children in their countries using fully comparable methods.

The aim is to use the monitoring to inform evaluation policy decisions on this topic. This chapter captures the similarities and variations in the performance of child welfare through a comparative Nordic approach.

It provides new perspectives on the discussion on whether the welfare model way of thinking is producing good results in the case of child welfare services in the Nordic countries.

The chapter also provides general reflections on methodological issues in comparative. This book brings together authors from the Nordic countries to share knowledge and understanding regarding families, children, primary education and children’s leisure time activities.

The empirical research and theoretical contributions provide important insights into the ‘Nordic model’ and explore the issues facing Nordic countries. Health and Well-being of Children in the Nordic countries. Influence of Socio-economic Factors in Welfare States.

Faculty of Medicine, University of Oslo, Doctoral Pedersen, Charlotte Reinhardt. Parents’ labour market participation and children’s health and well-being in the five Nordic countries in and the changes from to.

In a cross-sectional time series study on children's health and well-being in the Nordic countries (NordChild), data were collected inand on children aged years.

While the other Nordic countries were closing down, Sweden kept its borders open for other members of the European Union. Schools for younger children, restaurants, shops, and bars remained open.

Children's Health. In the six industrialized countries, the approach to children's health reflects a common theme: accessible, comprehensive, preventive services beginning at birth and extending into preschool and school health programs.

The multiplicity of locations for preventive care is one key feature of this approach (Miller, ). From 22 December, until 24 January, the exhibition of the Children's Book Illustrations from the Nordic Countries "Into the Wind!" will be exhibited in the National Library of Latvia at NLL Conference Centre foyer (level -1).

Free admission. In the early summer ofthe Berlin based association Kulturkind held the first "Into the. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.

The Nordic Council is the official body for formal inter-parliamentary Nordic cooperation among the Nordic init has 87 representatives from Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden as well as from the autonomous areas of the Faroe Islands, Greenland, and the Åland representatives are members of parliament in their respective countries or areas and are.

The absolute number of children in foster care in stood atThe rate had risen from in to per 1, children in Three cross‐sectional time series studies, randomised and stratified for age and gender, were performed on children aged 2–17, studying their health and well‐being.

The studies were performed in the Nordic countries inand Long‐term illness (LTI) and psychosomatic complaints (PSC) increased during the period. The Nordic healthcare system has a long heritage. It is especially well-established with regard to primary and preventive healthcare.

These couple into sophisticated occupational health standards which are considered to be models by the outside world. All Nordic countries also.

This book explores how factors such as parent-child relationships, family networks and social support, housing, poverty and the safety of the environment impact on children s early experiences and have consequences for their later health and well-being.Practitioners from both countries recognised the importance of risky play for children's development and well-being.

However, differences in the extent to which children's risky play was supported.