HBSC

AcronymDefinition
HBSCHealth Behaviour in School-Aged Children (World Health Organization)
HBSCHonours Bachelor of Science (degree)
HBSCHeartbreak Suicide (band)
HBSCHermosa Beach Soccer Club (Los Angeles, CA)
HBSCHarvard Business School Club (alumni organization; various locations)
HBSCHealth and Behavioral Sciences (University of Colorado, Denver)
HBSCHamilton Bay Sailing Club (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
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The Palestine HBSC found that nearly 20% of injuries among students in grades six through 12 were attributable to fighting.
Inequalities in Young People's Health: HBSC International Report from the 2005/06 Survey.
There were also inconsistencies in the collection of data for some variables across HBSC cycles, particularly with respect to the context of the injury, injury severity and care received.
In the HBSC 2009/2010 study in which many countries from Europe and North America participated, the rate of smoking for at least once in a week in students aged 15 years was found to be 1% in girls in Armenia and 61% in girls in Greenland (the mean frequency among countries 18%) and in contrast to our study, this behavior was observed to have a similar frequency in both genders in 23 of 38 countries and to be higher in girls in four countries (9).
HBSC is a school-based, self-report questionnaire developed cooperatively between international researchers according to protocol, and used in collaboration with the World Health Organization to assess children and adolescents' mental and physical health (Currie et al.
In response it issued a statement outlining its actions against the HBSC customers.
However, school level data of the HBSC survey indicate that 29% of the schools still offered whole-fat milk in 2010 (Hublet A, personal communication, 24 Sep 2012).
HBSC Bank Oman was the most active in terms of volume while Bank Muscat was the most active in terms of turnover.
HBSC Questionnaire assesses the relationship with family which is evaluated through the easiness that youngsters have in communicating with parents.
Some of them are specific instruments that have been developed outside the HBSC network but were included as part of the questionnaire, whereas others are questions specifically developed within the HBSC international survey.
The sample was composed by individuals that participated in the study in continental Portugal, integrating the European study HBSC - Health Behaviour in School-aged Children.