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Hi Five - Trivsel og hygiejne

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Denbæk AM, Andersen A, Bast LS, Bonnesen CT, Ersbøll AK, Due P, Johansen A. Importance of implementation level when evaluating the effect of the Hi Five Intervention on infectious illness and illness-related absenteeism. Am J Infect Control 2018;46(5):512-519.
Denbæk AM, Andersen A, Bonnesen CT, Laursen B, Ersbøll AK, Due P, Johansen A. Effect Evaluation of a Randomized Trial to Reduce Infectious Illness and Illness-Related Absenteeism Among Schoolchildren: The Hi Five Study. Pediatr Infect Dis J 2018;37(1):16-21.
Bonnesen CT, Plauborg R, Denbæk AM, Due P, Johansen A. Process evaluation of a multi-component intervention to reduce infectious diseases and improve hygiene and well-being among school children: The Hi Five study. Health Education Research 2015;30(3):497-512. doi: 10.1093/her/cyv019.
Johansen A, Denbæk AM, Bonnesen CT, Due P. The Hi Five study: Design of a school-based randomized trial to reduce infections and improve hygiene and well-being among 6-15 year olds in Denmark. BMC Public Health 2015;15:207. doi: 10.1186/s12889-015-1556-1.
Denbæk AM, Bonnesen CT, Andersen A, Holstein BE, Laursen B, Due P, Johansen A. Agreement between children and parents demonstrated that illness-related absenteeism was validly reported by children. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 2016;69:61-69.

Rapporter/afhandlinger/bøger

Denbæk AM. Evaluation of the Hi Five intervention: Implementation and effect of a school based hand hygiene intervention to reduce infectious illness and illness-related absenteeism (ph.d.-afhandling), 2017.
Bonnesen CT, Plauborg R, Due P, Johansen A. Trivsel, hygiejne og sygefravær blandt elever i projekt Hi Five – Aulum Byskole. SDU. Statens Institut for Folkesundhed. 21 s. og 42 tilsvarende svarende skolerapporter, 2013. 

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