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"Can use of healthcare services among 15–16-year-olds predict an increased level of high school dropout?" is one of the research links about young people provided by SHEU.
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The latest issue of the journal Education and Health 31:3, 2013 contains an eclectic mix of articles including -
The September issue of SHEUNEWS shows how SHEU surveys are supporting local authorities to reduce risky behaviour among teenagers ...
"Findings from the recent survey show that schools, the local authority and its partners have made great strides over the last three years in:
From the early 1980s, SHEU have asked children and young people questions about visiting the doctor.
Responses from over 400,000 12-15 year olds cover issues about frequency of visits and feeling at ease ...
Fewer young people are now feeling at ease when visiting the doctor
Ten years ago, I thought we would be doing everything online by now!
But I fairly often get told something like:
"There's 2 year groups to get through, 6 classes each, so we need to book the IT suite for 12 slots, and it's already booked up, and the classes are 30 but the IT suite has just 25 computers, 24 of which work... Just send us a parcel of questionnaire booklets, and we can do it all in one morning!"
Also, the best-laid plans of a school can oft gang agley because of power failure, sulky networks, flooding, winter vomiting, or ...
False ... but almost right - 96% 10-11 year old boys (n=9445) and 98% 10-11 year old girls (n=9271) say they have never smoked at all.
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In order to help journalists and others find some good news about young people's health and wellbeing, we have highlighted some via the following link ...
Welcome to the latest links from #SHEUres to research about 16+ year olds.
"I know of no other similar way of quickly accessing research for children and young people across disciplines and sectors." Lecturer
Included in the list -
Is There an Association between Casual Sex and Mental Health among Emerging Adults?
Does being overweight impede academic attainment?
Mental Health and Education Decisions
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The report, Young People into 2013, from the Schools Health Education Unit, contains over 100 health-related behaviour questions and answers. Several questions are about sleep. This year we have continued to try and find links between questions. For example, when asked about how many hours of sleep they had ‘last night’, the more sleep 14-15 year old girls get they are less likely to: ‘want to lose weight’; worry ‘a lot’; and ‘feel afraid of going to school due to bullying.
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