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SEYLE report

The SEYLE final report and all SEYLE deliverables have been submitted to the European Commission. Read more

SEYLE ended

The SEYLE project ended on December 31st 2011. All major objectives of SEYLE have been achieved. Read more

SEYLE protocol

The SEYLE protocol has been published on BMC Public Health. The paper is freely downloadable from Pubmed central. BMC Public Health. 2010 Apr 13;10:192. Read more

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Welcome to SEYLE

Promoting health through the prevention of risk-taking and self-destructive behaviours

SEYLE is a health promoting program for adolescents implemented in European schools.

Its main objectives are to lead adolescents to better health through decreased risk-taking and suicidal behaviours, to evaluate outcomes of different preventive programs and to recommend effective culturally adjusted models for promoting health of adolescents in different European countries.

The SEYLE website disseminates the knowledge gathered in the study and also promotes (mental) health among youth.

The SEYLE project is supported through Theme Health of the European Community's FP7, Grant agreement number HEALTH-F2-2009-223091.