The end goal of the HBSC study is to improve the health and well-being of young people. To achieve this goal, research findings are disseminated to a wide range of users, including, but not limited to: academia, policy-makers, practitioners, the voluntary/non-governmental sectors, the public, and the media. HBSC findings are used to: influence or gauge the effectiveness of policy; develop programmes and practices; raise public awareness; and promote scientific development.
HBSC findings are disseminated in a range of ways including: international and national reports, international scientific publications, conference presentations, videos, factsheets and workshops, press articles, and websites. HBSC have contributed to: WHO/HBSC International Reports, book chapters; national reports, numerous journal articles and policy briefings.
This prolific publication record demonstrates the HBSC Network's vast contribution to child and adolescent health research.
HBSC publications are licensed under a Creative Commons license.
You are free to quote, copy and share these publications, as long as you attribute them to HBSC and do not use them for commercial purposes.