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HBSC Ireland Factsheets
HEALTH BEHAVIOUR IN SCHOOL-AGED CHILDREN (HBSC) IRELAND
World Health Organization Collaborative Cross-National Study
These factsheets contain information on school children's health and well-being in Ireland. They include smoking, family structure, relationships, injuries, drug and alcohol use, dieting, bullying and exercise. Each of these factsheets can be viewed in Adobe Reader by just clicking on the links below.
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The 2014 factsheets are now available:
- Smoking behaviour among schoolchildren in Ireland. download (457KB)
- Drunkenness among schoolchildren in Ireland. download (424KB)
- Dieting behaviour among schoolchildren in Ireland. download (427KB)
- Exercise among schoolchildren in Ireland. download (435KB)
- Sexual behaviour among schoolchildren in Ireland. download (464KB)
Previous Survey Factsheets
Factsheets from previous HBSC surveys can be downloaded from the table below:
|Smoking behaviour among school children in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Family structure of schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Injuries among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Classmate relationships among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Alcohol use and drunkenness among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Dieting behaviour of schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Oral hygiene of schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Bullying among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Bullying others among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Cannabis use among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Relationship with fathers among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Relationship with mothers among schoolchildren in Ireland||2010||2006||2002|
|Food poverty among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Health perceptions among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|School perceptions among schoolchildren in Ireland||2010||2006||2002|
|Emotional well-being among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Exercise among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006||2002|
|Fruit consumption among schoolchildren in Ireland||2010||2006|
|Vegetable consumption among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006|
|Electronic communication among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010||2006|
|Sexual behaviour among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010|
|Active travel among schoolchildren in Ireland.||2010|
Factsheets from the 2006 and 2002 study are also available in Irish. If you could like a copy of the Irish version please email: hbscnuigalway.ie