|Title||Québec Survey on Smoking, Alcohol, Drugs and Gambling in High School Students in Eeyou Istchee: Highlights|
|Year of Publication||2015|
|Authors||Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay(CBHSSJB)|
|Keywords||10-19 survey, alcohol, drugs, gambling, high school, high school student, high school students, smoking, Tan e ihtiyan, youth, youth survey|
The study was meant to provide up-to-date information on the health habits of high school students, with a special focus on addictions (tobacco, alcohol, drugs, and gambling). It looks at
This information should help people in the schools, health board, and other community services to plan health programs for students.
WHO WAS IN THE STUDY?
The study tried to reach every regular student in Eeyou Istchee’s nine high schools. This included part-time students and those in the Work-Oriented Training Path (WOTP), but excluded the adults in the Professional Training Centres and the small number of students in special-education classes.
The survey was carried out in November 2013. Of the roughly 1,500 eligible students, 1,002 (66%) completed the questionnaire.
Québec Survey on Smoking, Alcohol, Drugs and Gambling in High School Students in Eeyou Istchee: Highlights