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Description
2003-2015. Global School dataset. The Global School-based Student Health Survey (GSHS) was developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) in collaboration with the United Nations' UNICEF, UNESCO, and UNAIDS; and with technical assistance from CDC. The GSHS is a school-based survey conducted primarily among students aged 13-17 years in countries around the world. It uses core questionnaire modules that address the leading causes of morbidity and mortality among children and adults worldwide: 1) Alcohol use, 2) dietary behaviors, 3) drug use, 4) hygiene, 5) mental health, 6) physical activity, 7) protective factors, 8) sexual behaviors that contribute to HIV infection, other sexually-transmitted infections, and unintended pregnancy, 9) tobacco use, and 10) violence and unintentional injury. This dataset contains global data from 2003 – 2015. Additional information about the GSHS can be found at https://www.cdc.gov/gshs/index.htm.
Category
Youth Risk Behaviors
Tags
youth online, gshs, risk behavior, student health, global, survey
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Data Provided By
Division of Adolescent School Health (DASH)
License
Public Domain
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The Socrata Open Data API (SODA) provides programmatic access to this dataset including the ability to filter, query, and aggregate data. For more more information, view the API docs for this dataset or visit our developer portal

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Field Names:

Year
year
LocationAbbr
locationabbr
LocationDesc
locationdesc
DataSource
datasource
Topic
topic
Subtopic
subtopic
ShortQuestionText
shortquestiontext
Greater_Risk_Question
greater_risk_question
Description
description
Data_Value_Symbol
data_value_symbol
Data_Value_Type
data_value_type
Greater_Risk_Data_Value
greater_risk_data_value
Greater_Risk_Data_Value_Footnote_Symbol
greater_risk_data_value_footnote_symbol
Greater_Risk_Data_Value_Footnote
greater_risk_data_value_footnote
Greater_Risk_Low_Confidence_Limit
greater_risk_low_confidence_limit
Greater_Risk_High_Confidence_Limit
greater_risk_high_confidence_limit
Lesser_Risk_Question
lesser_risk_question
Lesser_Risk_Data_Value
lesser_risk_data_value
Lesser_Risk_Data_Value_Footnote_Symbol
lesser_risk_data_value_footnote_symbol
Lesser_Risk_Data_Value_Footnote
lesser_risk_data_value_footnote
Lesser_Risk_High_Confidence_Limit
lesser_risk_high_confidence_limit
Lesser_Risk_Low_Confidence_Limit
lesser_risk_low_confidence_limit
Sample_Size
sample_size
Sex
sex
Age
age
GeoLocation
geolocation
TopicID
topicid
SubtopicID
subtopicid
QuestionCode
questioncode
LocationId
locationid
StratID1
stratid1
StratID2
stratid2
StratID3
stratid4
StratificationType
stratificationtype
Counties
:@computed_region_he4y_prf8
States
:@computed_region_bxsw_vy29

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