Donald Stewart
Donald Stewart
Professor of Health Promotion, Griffith University
Verified email at griffith.edu.au
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Promoting connectedness through whole‐school approaches
F Rowe, D Stewart
Health Education, 2011
3362011
Choral singing and psychological wellbeing: Quantitative and qualitative findings from English choirs in a cross-national survey
S Clift, G Hancox, I Morrison, B Hess, G Kreutz, D Stewart
Journal of Applied Arts & Health 1 (1), 19-34, 2010
3032010
Schistosomiasis in the People's Republic of China: the era of the Three Gorges Dam
DP McManus, DJ Gray, Y Li, Z Feng, GM Williams, D Stewart, ...
Clinical microbiology reviews 23 (2), 442-466, 2010
2212010
Promoting school connectedness through whole school approaches
D Stewart, J McWhirter, F Rowe, D Stewart, C Patterson
Health Education, 2007
1802007
The implementation and effectiveness of school-based nutrition promotion programmes using a health-promoting schools approach: a systematic review
D Wang, D Stewart
Public health nutrition 16 (6), 1082-1100, 2013
1652013
Promoting and building resilience in primary school communities: evidence from a comprehensive ‘health promoting school’approach
D Stewart, J Sun, C Patterson, K Lemerle, M Hardie
International Journal of Mental Health Promotion 6 (3), 26-33, 2004
1502004
A resilience framework: Perspectives for educators
D Stewart, J McWhirter, C Knight
Health Education, 2007
1492007
Development of population‐based resilience measures in the primary school setting
D Stewart, J McWhirter, J Sun, D Stewart
Health education, 2007
1412007
Age and gender effects on resilience in children and adolescents
J Sun, D Stewart
International Journal of mental health promotion 9 (4), 16-25, 2007
1372007
Childrens', parents' and teachers' perceptions of child wellbeing
D Stewart, J McWhirter, J Sixsmith, SN Gabhainn, C Fleming, S O'Higgins
Health education, 2007
992007
Promoting connectedness through whole‐school approaches: a qualitative study
F Rowe, D Stewart
Health Education, 2009
892009
Choral singing and psychological wellbeing: Findings from English choirs in a cross-national survey using the WHOQOL-BREF
G Hancox, S Clift, I Morrison, B Hess, G Kreutz, D Stewart
International Symposium on Performance Science, 2007
712007
Collecting qualitative data: Part II Journal as a method: experience, rationale and limitations
AG Tuckett, DE Stewart
Contemporary Nurse 16 (3), 240-251, 2004
702004
Information technology adoption in health care: when organisations and technology collide.
S Walker, I England, D Stewart
Australian Health Review 23 (3), 176-185, 2000
702000
Health promoting schools: consensus, strategies, and potential
AJ Macnab, FA Gagnon, D Stewart
Health Education, 2014
692014
Decentralization and human resource management in the health sector: a case study (1996–1998) from Nampula province, Mozambique
MAO Saide, DE Stewart
The International journal of health planning and management 16 (2), 155-168, 2001
572001
Health risk assessment for exposure to nitrate in drinking water from village wells in Semarang, Indonesia
R Sadler, B Maetam, B Edokpolo, D Connell, J Yu, D Stewart, MJ Park, ...
Environmental pollution 216, 738-745, 2016
552016
Does a socio‐ecological school model promote resilience in primary schools?
PC Lee, DE Stewart
Journal of School Health 83 (11), 795-804, 2013
552013
Mediating effects of coping, personal belief, and social support on the relationship among stress, depression, and smoking behaviour in university students
J Sun, N Buys, D Stewart, D Shum
Health Education, 2011
492011
Choral singing, wellbeing and health: Findings from a cross-national survey
S Clift, G Hancox, I Morrison, B Hess, D Stewart, G Kreutz
Canterbury Christ Church University, 2008
472008
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