Girls' health and wellbeing report from SHEU involved tens of thousands of 12-15 year-olds

Girls' health and wellbeing report from SHEU involved tens of thousands of 12-15 year-olds

The Schools Health Education Unit [SHEU] is an independent research unit that has been working with young people and with education and health professionals since 1977.  We have developed expertise in providing reliable baseline data for local needs assessment to inform plans in health, education and care. We work with Public Health and Children’s Services across the UK. Millions of questions have been answered by youngsters. The resulting databanks provide a unique historical and contemporary archive of young people.

The health and wellbeing of 12-15 year-old girls report is based on the accumulated data from the hundreds of school surveys we support each year, involving tens of thousands of young people. The results selected for this report were published in the Young People into 2013 report and came from over 34,000 girls in 507 schools across England (87% reported being White British). Other data goes back to 1983.
 
To read the health and wellbeing of 12-15 year-old girls report follow this link
 

 

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