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Advisory Group

SHEU has been delighted to receive the support, advice, encouragement and co-operation of an Advisory Group since the start of its current incarnation in 1998.

We would also like to acknowledge the support of past advisers of SHEUAG since retired, the members of HEC SHEU Steering Committee chaired by Jessie Leighton, and many other friends and colleagues over the years.

SHEU Advisory Group

SHEU has been delighted to receive the support, advice, encouragement and co-operation of an Advisory Group since the start of its current incarnation in 1998.

We would also like to acknowledge the support of past advisers of SHEUAG since retired, the members of HEC SHEU Steering Committee chaired by Jessie Leighton, and many other friends and colleagues over the years.

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Young People into 2008

Twenty two years of Young People reports

A unique contemporary archive of young people, Young People into 2008 : web edition provides the answers to over 100 health-related behaviour questions. It is the 22nd in our annual series of publications based from the aggregated results of our survey work. 32,162 young people, between the ages of 10 and 15, tell us about what they do at home, at school, and with their friends. These data have been collected in 2007 from surveys in 361 primary and secondary schools across the United Kingdom.

There are nine chapters:-

Young People into 2009

Twenty three years of Young People reports

YP into '09

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