HBSC Publications and Resources
Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children (HBSC) findings are published in national and international reports. The national reports contain findings on the health of Canadian youth, while the international reports collect the findings of participating member countries for cross-comparison and identification of global trends. HBSC findings are also used for secondary analysis in other publications.
Canadian Reports, Data and Questionnaires
- Health Behaviour in School-aged Children in Canada: Focus on Relationships
- Health Behaviour in School-aged Children: Trends Report 1990-2010
- The Health of Canada's Young People: a mental health focus (2011)
- Healthy Settings for Young People in Canada (2008)
- Young People in Canada: Their Health and Well-Being (2004)
International reports from the 1993/94 survey cycle and onward are available through the publications section of the international HBSC website.
- Making Sleep Count for Youth (Infographic)
- HSBC Infographic: Do Relationships Matter to the Health of Canada's Youth?
- Positive Mental Health of Youth
- Youth Mental Health
A series of fact sheets have been prepared in collaboration with the Joint Consortium for School Health. The fact sheets highlight key findings from the 2005/06 Canadian HBSC survey.
A National Assessment of Effects of School Experiences on Health Outcomes and Behaviours of Children: Technical Report
Data from the HBSC 1997/98 survey cycle was used to examine the effects of school experiences on a number of health outcomes and behaviours of Canadian youth.
Tools and Resources
E-STAT is Statistics Canada's interactive learning tool designed with the needs and interests of the education community in mind. HBSC survey data has been included in E-STAT for use in secondary and post-secondary education institutions in Canada.
- HBSC data on E-STAT (student-friendly format)
Lesson Plans for Teachers
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