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Youth sports activity and young people’s well-being after a disaster: a trial with the Mastery Approach to Coaching (MAC) in the Philippines

ObjectiveSports activities is broadly utilized to support well-being of youth after a disaster or conflict. However, scientific validation of programs have not been conducted. The Mastery Approach to Coaching (MAC) is a coaching-education program on sports activities. The MAC reported to have a positive effect on youngsters’ self-esteem. As self-esteem is generally known to be...

Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of public secondary school teachers on Zika Virus Disease: A basis for the development of evidence-based Zika educational materials for schools in the Philippines

. Daisuke Nonaka and Prof. Maylin C. Palatino for their advice on the statistical analysis of data on association. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Ernesto R. Gregorio, Jr., John Robert C. Medina ... , Jun Kobayashi. Data curation: Ernesto R. Gregorio, Jr., John Robert C. Medina, Marian Fe Theresa C. Lomboy, Andre Dominic P. Talaga, Paul Michael R. Hernandez. Formal analysis: Ernesto R. Gregorio, Jr

Addressing challenges in children’s mental health in disaster-affected areas in Japan and the Philippines – highlights of the training program by the National Center for Global Health and Medicine

Background and purposeNatural disasters such as earthquakes, typhoons, floods, and volcanic eruptions frequently occur in Republic of Philippines and mental health care for children affected by these natural disasters is a major public health concern. Aiming to train health professionals on children’s mental health, to conduct a situational analysis to identify the local needs...