A national assessment of effects of school experiences on health outcomes and behaviours of children :: H39-615/2002E-PDF
technical report /
This technical report uses data from the Cross-National Survey on Health Behaviours in School-Aged Children to examine the effects of school experience on the health and behaviour of Canadian youth. It explains the methodology used, then sets out and discusses results related to substance use, injury, leisure activities, nutrition, dental hygiene, self, interpersonal relationships, and health. A final section lists recommendations. Includes a list of references, 25 tables, and appendices describing the measures used.
|Department/Agency||Health Canada. Population and Public Health Branch.|
|Title||A national assessment of effects of school experiences on health outcomes and behaviours of children :|
|Subtitle||technical report /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Note||"This publication can be made available in/on computer diskette/large/print/audio cassette/braille, upon request."--Verso of cover.|
|Number of Pages||p.|
|Subject Terms||Child development, Children's health, Elementary education, Secondary education|
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