Public Health England has carried out a thematic analysis of the recent Health Behaviour in School Age Children (HSBC) survey exploring the rising trend in poorer emotional wellbeing of young people.
The reports cover self-harm; cyberbullying and the emotional wellbeing of adolescent girls. They examine the data and explore what protective factors may exist in a young person’s life which may be linked to their mental health outcomes, ranging from personal attributes, family, school, peer and wider community context.
Public Health England has also produced a summary of data from the most recent HBSC survey.
Te reports can be downloaded below:
- Intentional self-harm in adolescence: an analysis of data from the HBSC survey for England, 2014
- Wellbeing of adolescent girls: an analysis of data from the HBSC survey for England, 2014
- Cyberbullying: an analysis of data from the HBSC survey for England, 2014