Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children (HBSC)
Originated 1982, when English, Finnish and Norwegian researchers agreed to develop a shared protocol to survey school children. HBSC study adopted by E-XE9798 - WHO Regional Office for Europe (WHO/Europe), 1983.
Gain new insight into, and increase understanding of health behaviours, health, well-being, lifestyles and social contexts of young people in different countries.
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Principal Investigator's Assembly. Centres: International Coordinating; Support Centre for Publications; Data Management; WHO Collaborating. Coordinating Committee; Scientific Development Group; Methodology Development Group; Policy Development Group; Focus Groups.
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