The Health Behaviour in School-aged Children Ireland team collect data and disseminate findings on children and adolescent’s health and well-being, social environments and health behaviours. We would like to let you know about these publications from 2016 and early 2017:
Short Reports (available at http://www.nuigalway.ie/hbsc/shortreports/)
HBSC Ireland 2014: alcohol and cannabis use in schoolchildren in Ireland (updated).
HBSC Ireland 2014: description of the child developed ‘Does your family play with you?’ question asked in HBSC Ireland 2014 study.
HBSC Ireland 2014: health and risk behaviour among school children in Donegal.
HBSC Ireland 2014: injuries among schoolchildren in Ireland in 2010 and 2014.
HBSC Ireland 2014: physical activity and club participation.
HBSC Ireland 2014: tobacco use among 15 to 17 year olds.
HBSC Ireland 2014: traveller children’s health and lifestyle compared to all other children in Ireland.
HBSC Ireland 2014: trends in soft drink consumption in Irish schoolchildren from 1998 to 2014.
HBSC Ireland 2014: young carers in the 2014 HBSC study.
HBSC Ireland 2014: young people’s drinking in the North Dublin area.
International reports (available at http://www.nuigalway.ie/hbsc/publications/internationalreports/)
Adolescents at risk. Psychosomatic health complaints, low life satisfaction, excessive sugar consumption and their relationship with cumulative risks. Innocenti Working Paper No.2016-13. Florence: UNICEF Office of Research.
Early life exposure to Income Inequality and Adolescent Health and Well-being: evidence from the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children Study, Innocenti Working Paper No. 2016-07. Florence: UNICEF Office of Research.
Fairness for Children: a league table of inequality in child well-being in rich countries. Innocenti Report Card 13. Florence: UNICEF Office of Research.
Growing up unequal: gender and socioeconomic differences in young people’s health and well-being. Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study: international report from the 2013/2014 survey. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe.
Health at a Glance: Europe 2016 – State of Health in the EU Cycle. Paris: OECD.
How’s life in Ireland? Paris: OECD.
Physical activity strategy for the WHO European Region 2016-2025. Copenhagen: WHO Regional Office for Europe.
Journal Articles (available at http://www.nuigalway.ie/hbsc/publications/journalarticles/)
Adolescents’ psychological health during the economic recession: does public spending buffer health inequalities among young people? BMC Public Health, 16(1), 860.
Early-life income inequality and adolescent health and well-being. Social Science & Medicine, 174, 197-208.
Is educational differentiation associated with smoking and smoking inequalities in adolescence? A multilevel analysis across 27 European and North American countries. Sociology of Health and Illness, 38(7), 1005-1025.
Physical activity, screen time and the risk of subjective health complaints in school-aged children. Preventive Medicine, 96, 21-27.
Semantics bias in cross-national comparative analyses: is it good or bad to have “fair” health? Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 14, 70.
Sexual health questions included in the Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study: an international methodological pilot investigation. BMC Medical Research Methodology, 16, 169.
Socioeconomic inequalities in the impact of tobacco control policies on adolescent smoking. A multilevel study in 29 European countries. Addictive Behaviours, 53, 58-66.
The relationship between immigrant school composition, classmate support and involvement in physical fighting and bullying among adolescent immigrants and non-immigrants in 11 countries. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 45(1), 1-16.
Trends from 2002 to 2010 in daily breakfast consumption and its socio-demographic correlates in adolescents across 31 countries participating in the HBSC study. PLoS ONE 11(3).
Trends in adolescent overweight perception and its association with psychosomatic health 2002-2014: evidence from 33 countries. Journal of Adolescent Health, 60(2), 204-211.
Weight concerns among adolescent boys. Public Health Nutrition, 19, 1-7.
Other Publications (available at http://www.nuigalway.ie/hbsc/otherpublications)
Bullying among post-primary children by ethnic status in Ireland. National Institute of Health Sciences Research Bulletin, 7(30), 79.
The association between markers of diet quality and wellbeing in adolescents aged 12-18: a cross-sectional study. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 10(1), A76.
All publications using HBSC Ireland data can be found on the HBSC Ireland website http://www.nuigalway.ie/hbsc along with news and background information about the study.