HBSC findings quoted in the Herald

05 Sep 2016

Finding from the 2014 HBSC survey have been quoted in a response to an article published in the Herald (School pressure, social media stress, and body image anxiety: Teen Scotland in meltdown, News, August 21) Read the article here.

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New colleagues join CAHRU

18 May 2016

CAHRU is delighted to welcome two new members of staff to the team this month. Laura Caven joins from the National Union of Students Scotland and Panagiota Spanou from the University of St Andrews Residential and Business Services. Both will be working for the HBSC International Coordinating…

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CAHRU present HBSC findings to Scottish Government

26 Apr 2016

The Scottish HBSC team from CAHRU were invited to Scottish Government HQ in Leith today. Jo Inchley, Ross Whitehead and Dorothy Currie presented findings from the International Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC) study. Jo Inchley presented data from adolescents in 42 European and North…

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Media coverage following the launch of the HBSC International Report

29 Mar 2016

Following its launch on 15 March 2016, the HBSC International Report garnered extensive media attention including items on both the BBC and STV news, coverage on the BBC and local radio, and articles in The Scotsman, The Guardian, The Herald, The Mirror, The Times, where it was the basis for the…

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New CAHRU publications

23 Mar 2016

Published yesterday, the Young Persons’ Report presents some of the key findings from the 2014 HBSC Scotland survey in a format designed to be accessible for young people. This is the first time we have transmitted our findings in this form. We hope it will be of interest to the school pupils who…

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