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Healthy Behaviour In School-aged Children (HBSC) Study

04 Sep 2012 | By Inserm (Newsroom) | France

The Health Behaviour of School-aged Children (HBSC) study provides key insights into the health-related behaviours of young people. Its unique methodology has facilitated engagement with hundreds of thousands of young people in many parts of the  world since its inception in 1983, building a data base over time that describes patterns and issues relevant to their health and well-being.

HBSC focuses on a wide range of health, education, social and family measures that affect young people’s health and well-being.  This fifth international report from HBSC focuses on social determinants of health and provides a full description of the health and well-being of young  people growing up in different countries across Europe and North America through data collected from the 2009/2010 survey.

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Researcher Contact

Docteur Emmanuelle Godeau
Responsable de l’enquête HBSC France
Tél : 05 61 17 83 65