All publications

Books

  • Samdal, O. & Rowling, L. (2013). The implementation of health promoting schools. Exploring the theories of what, why and how. London: Routledge.
  • Rowling, L., Martin, G. & Walker, L. (Eds.). (2008). Mental Health Promotion and Young People: Concepts and Practice. Korean Translation. Seoul, Korea: McGraw Hill.
  • Rowling, L. (2003). Grief in School Communities: Effective support strategies. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Book chapters

  • Samdal, O. & Rowling, L. . (2015). Implementation strategies to promote and sustain health and learning in schools. In McNamara & Simovska (Ed.), Schools for Health and Sustainability (pp. 233–252), UK: Springer.
  • Rowling L. (2015). Developing and sustaining mental health and wellbeing in Australian schools. Chapter 2. , . In , School Mental Health: Global Challenges and Opportunities.ed. Stan Kutcher, Yifeng Wei and Mark D. Weist. London: Cambridge University Press.
  • Rowling, L .& Hazel, T . (2014). MindMatters. Implementing Mental Health Promotion in Australia. . In C.Cooper & F.A. Huppert (Ed.), Wellbeing: A Complete Reference Guide. Interventions and Policies to Enhance Wellbeing. (1st ed., Vol. VI, pp. 185–219), Oxford, England: Wiley Blackwell.
  • Rowling, L . (2010). Perspectives on school health promotion in the whole school approach. . In Paulus, P (Ed.), Bildungsforderung durch Gesundheit: Bestandsaufnahme und Perspektiven fur eine gute and gesunde Schule: Education through the promotion of health (1st ed., pp. 289–307), Budigen, Germany: Juventa Verla Weinheim and Munchen.
  • Rowling. L. (2010). Schools and Grief: Attending to People and Place. In , Brief Interventions with Bereaved Children. (2nd ed.,), London: Oxford University Press.
  • Rowling, L. (2006). MindMatters: Un Programma Australiano per la Promozione e la Prevenzione della Salute Mentale. In E Toniolo;A Grossi (Ed.), Oltre lo stigma. Straegie di prevenzione in psichiatria (pp. 135–148), Torino, Italy: Centroa Scientifico Editore.
  • Rowling, L. (2006). Adolescents and Emerging Adulthood (12-17 years and 18-24 years). In Cattan, M.& Tilford, S. (Ed.), Mental Health Promotion. A lifespan approach (Vol. 1, pp. 100–136), Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.
  • Rowling, L, Walker, L. (2002). Debates, confusion, collaboration and emerging practice. In Rowling, L.,Martin, G. & Walker, L (Ed.), Mental Health Promotion and Young People: Concepts and Practice (pp. 1–8), Sydney, Australia: McGraw-Hill Australia.
  • Rowling, L. (2002). Mental health promotion. In Rowling, L.,Martin, G. & Walker, L (Ed.), Mental Health Promotion and Young People: Concepts and Practice (pp. 10–21), Sydney, Australia: McGraw-Hill Australia.
  • Rowling, L, Sheehan, M, Cahill, H, Marshall, B, Wynn, J, Holdsworth, R. (2002). Establishing a role for schools in mental health promotion: The MindMatters project. In Rowling, L.,Martin, G. & Walker, L (Ed.), Mental Health Promotion and Young People: Concepts and Practice (pp. 111–127), Sydney, Australia: McGraw-Hill Australia.
  • Rowling, L. (2002). Youth and disenfranchised grief. In Doka, Kenneth J. (Ed.), Disenfranchised Grief. New Directions, Challenges and Strategies for Practice (pp. 275–292), Champaign Ill.: Staempfli Publishers Ltd.
  • Rowling, L, Martin, G. (2002). Mental health promotion and young people: The next 10 years. In Rowling, L.,Martin, G. & Walker, L (Ed.), Mental Health Promotion and Young People: Concepts and Practice (pp. 258–265), Sydney, Australia: McGraw-Hill Australia.

Journal articles

  • Peralta, L. & Rowling, L. (2018). Implementation of school health literacy in Australia: A systematic review. Health Education Journal, 77(3), 363–376. DOI:10.1177/0017896917746431
  • Peralta, L., Rowling, L., Samdal, O., Hipkins, R. & Dudley, D. . (2017). Conceptualising a new approach to adolescent health literacy. Health Education Journal, 76(7), 787–801. DOI:10.1177/0017896917714812
  • Corcoran,T. Rowling, L. & Wise, M. (2015). The potential contribution of intermediary organizations for implementation of school mental health. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion, 8(2), 57–70.
  • Rowling, L. & Samdal, O. (2011). Filling the black box of implementation for health-promoting schools . Health Education, 111(5), 347–362. DOI:10.1108/09654281111161202
  • Samdal, O. Rowling,L. (2011). Theoretical and empirical base for implementation of health promoting schools.. Health Education, III(5), 367–390. DOI:10.1108/0965428111116121
  • Keshavarz, N. Nutbeam, D. Rowling, L. Khavarpour, F. (2010). Acknowledging educational perspectives on health promoting schools.. Health Education, 110(4), 240–251.
  • Keshavarz, N. Nutbeam, D. Rowling, L. Khavarpour, F. (2010). Schools as social complex adaptive systems: A new way to understand the challenges of introducing the health promoting schools concept . Social Science & Medicine, 70(10), 1467–1474. DOI:doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2010.01.
  • Rowling, L. (2009). Strengthening ‘School’ in School Mental Health Promotion. Health Education, 109(4), 357–368.
  • Rowling, L. (2008). Linking Spirituality, School Communities, Grief and Well-being.. International Journal of Children's Spirituality, 13(3), 241–251.
  • Rowling, L. (2008). Commentary: Prevention science and implementation of school mental health promotion & prevention and wellbeing: another way.. Advances in School Mental Health Promotion, 1(3), 29–37.
  • Rowling, L. (2007). School mental health promotion: MindMatters an example of mental health reform.. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 18(3), 229–236.
  • Koo, F, Rowling, L. (2007). The understanding of physical activity among older Hong Kong Chinese Australians. Journal of Tianjin University of Sport, 22(3), 200–206.
  • Scanlon, L, Rowling, L, Weber, Z. (2007). 'You don't have like an identity... you are just lost in a crowd': Forming a Student Identity in the First-year Transition to University. Journal of Youth Studies, 10(2), 223–241.
  • Weber, Z, Rowling, L, Scanlon, L. (2007). "It's like...a confronting issue": Life changing narratives of young people. Qualitative Health Research, 17(7), 945–953.
  • Anderson, S, Kerr-Roubicek, H, Rowling, L. (2006). Staff Voices: What helps students with high support needs connect to school?. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 16(1), 1–13.
  • Rowling, L, Jeffries, V. (2006). Capturing complexity: integrating health and education research to inform health promoting schools policy and practice. Health Education Research, 21(5), 705–718.
  • Rowling, L, Kasunic, V. (2006). Prevention of depression in young people: An Australian Perspective. Clinical Neuropsychiatry, 3(1), 29–38.
  • Rowling, L. (2005). Dissonance and debates encircling 'health promoting schools'. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 16(1), 55–57.
  • Rowling, L, Weber, Z, Scanlon, L. (2005). Transitions and Loss: Illuminating Parameters of Young Adults' Mental Health. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 15(2), 168–181.
  • Rowling, L, Mason, J. (2005). A case study of multimethod evaluation of complex school mental health promotion and prevention: The MindMatters Evaluation Suite. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 15(2), 125–136.
  • Rowling, L. (2003). School mental health promotion -theoretical, conceptual and practical issues. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 13, 11–21.
  • Rowling, L. (2003). School mental health promotion research: pushing the boundaries of research paradigms. Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health, 11, 1–3.
  • Rowling, L, Weist, M. (2002). International efforts to advance mental health in schools. Journal of Public Mental Health: the art science and politics of creating a mentally healthy society , , 3–7.
  • Rowling, L. (2002). From medical model to a critical social science perspective. Reviews of Health Education and Health Promotion Online, , 1–2.
  • Rowling, L. (2002). School mental health promotion: Possibilities, problem and perspectives. Journal of Public Mental Health: the art science and politics of creating a mentally healthy society , , 8–13.

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