Young people's health in Great Britain and Ireland : Findings from the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children survey 2006
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The report is produced by CAHRU with funding from NHS Health Scotland and in cooperation with its counterparts in England, Ireland and Wales. It shows findings from the International HBSC study providing an interesting picture on how Great Britain and Ireland are doing as a whole as well as comparing the individual countries with one another. Investigating various health issues and behaviours in young people as well as their social environment this report gives a new look at the 2006 HBSC findings. The report is considered to complement previous HBSC publications such as the "HBSC Scotland National Report" and the "Inequalities in Young people's Health" report.
Brooks , F , van der Sluijs , W , Klemera , E , Morgan , A , Magnusson , J , Nic Gabhainn , S , Roberts , C , Smith , R & Currie , C E 2009 , Young people's health in Great Britain and Ireland : Findings from the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children survey 2006 . Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU) , Edinburgh .
Produced in cooperation with Centre for Research in Primary and Community Care, Hertfordshire; Welsh Assembly Government, Cardiff; Health Promotion Research Centre, Galway. This work is supported by NHS Health Scotland.
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