Health behaviour in school-aged children : World Health Organization collaborative cross-national study (HBSC): findings from the 2010 HBSC survey in Scotland
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The report, produced by CAHRU with funding support from NHS Health Scotland, provides a unique picture of the health of young people aged 11, 13 and 15 years in Scotland over the last two decades. Set against the social backdrop of family life, school experience, neighbourhood environment and peer relationships the report gives a comprehensive description of young people's health status. Please contact CAHRU (contact details) for further information about this research.
Currie , C , Levin , K A , Kirby , J L M , Currie , D B , van der Sluijs , W & Inchley , J C 2011 , Health behaviour in school-aged children : World Health Organization collaborative cross-national study (HBSC): findings from the 2010 HBSC survey in Scotland . HBSC Scotland National Report , no. 2011 , Child and Adolescent Health Research Unit (CAHRU) , Edinburgh .
DescriptionThe HBSC study in Scotland is funded by NHS Health Scotland
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