ARCHIVED - Healthy Settings for Young People in Canada
Healthy Settings for Young People in Canada is the report based on data collected from the 2005/06 survey cycle for the World Health Organization Cross-National Collaborative Study: Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children (HBSC). It provides an overview of important contexts for Canadian youth, including the home, school, peers, and socio-economic conditions. Links are identified between these contexts and examined health behaviours and outcomes such as physical activity, eating and dieting, risk behaviours, bullying, injury, physical symptoms of ill health, chronic health conditions, and various aspects of emotional health and well-being.
- Consult the full version of the guide
- Full Version - Health Settings for Young People in Canada (PDF document - 10 MB - 166 pages)
- Consult the summary version of the guide
- Summary Version - Health Settings for Young People in Canada (PDF document - 266 KB - 8 pages)
- Statistical Tables - Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (PDF document - 2.95 MB - 222 pages)
To obtain a copy of the 2005-2006 dataset, please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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