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  1. Alcohol use in 15-18 yearolds in Belgium. Resultsfrom the Health Behaviour in School-agedChildrenstudy. Nathalie Moreau Anne Hublet

  2. Content • Aim and background of the study • Methodology • Results • Descriptives • Alcohol drinking during last 30 days • Early alcohol experimentation • Drunkenness in last 30 days • Early drunkenness experimentation • Binge drinking (FWB) • Conclusions • Strengths and weaknesses

  3. Aims • To improve the understanding of young people's health and well-being, health behaviours and their social context • To support actors in youth health promotion with useful data: regional (Flemish and French governments/communities, Flemish Institute for Health Promotion, ...) and international (WHO, Unicef, ...) • To facilitate planning, development and evaluation of policies

  4. Background • HBSC initiated in 1982 by Norway, Finland and England • 1983-1984 : 1st survey (5 countries) • 2009-2010 : 8th survey (43 countries/regions in Europe and North America) • 2013-2014 : 9th survey (in full preparation now) • A collaborative project between national research teams, in partnership with WHO • Surveys every 4 years using standard international protocol in all countries

  5. Overview of countries in 2009/2010

  6. International structure • International Coordinating Centre  • Scientific Development Group   • Methodology Development Group • Policy Development Group

  7. Methodology • Standard international protocol • Sampling • Questionnaire (content, translation and sections/questions order) • Survey administration • Data coding and entering • Strict quality controls at each stage

  8. Sampling • Target population : school-aged children • Sampled population : • 11, 13 & 15 years old in countries where school system makes it possible • All school-age children from the 5th grade in primary to the last grade in secondary schools in French-speaking Community and Flanders • In French-speaking Community: Sample built in proportion with population size (Provincial level) and school networks (French community, province, municipalities and catholic education network) • In Flanders: probability proportional to size (PPS) = size of schools taken into account. Every pupil has the same chance to be included.

  9. Questionnaire • Core questions : • Compulsory (basis of international data) • Optional packages: • In-depth specific areas • Opportunity to insert local questions (not in the protocol) • Self-administered in class under supervision of a school staff

  10. HBSC 2010 Results

  11. Results • Alcohol drinking in last 30 days • Type of alcoholic drink • Alcohol initiation • Drunkenness in last 30 days • Drunkenness initiation • Binge drinking (only FWB)

  12. HBSC 2010 - Sample

  13. HBSC 2010 ALCOHOL DRINKING DURING LAST 30 DAYS- Results

  14. Alcohol drinking during the last 30 days

  15. Type of drinking at least once a week

  16. Alcoholdrinkingduring the last 30 days : Associatedfactors

  17. Alcohol drinking during the last 30 days

  18. Alcohol drinking during the last 30 days

  19. Alcohol drinking during the last 30 days

  20. Alcohol drinking during the last 30 days

  21. Alcohol drinking during the last 30 days

  22. HBSC 2010 EARLY alcoholexperimentation- Results

  23. Alcohol initiation

  24. Earlyalcoholexperimentation: Associatedfactors

  25. Early alcohol initiation (≤13 year old)

  26. Early alcohol initiation (≤13 year old)

  27. Early alcohol initiation (≤13 year old)

  28. Early alcohol initiation (≤13 year old)

  29. Early alcohol initiation (≤13 year old)

  30. HBSC 2010 Drunkenness - Results

  31. Drunkenness during the last 30 days

  32. Drunkennessduring the last 30 days: Associatedfactors

  33. Drunkenness during the last 30 days

  34. Drunkenness during the last 30 days

  35. Drunkenness during the last 30 days

  36. Drunkenness during the last 30 days

  37. Drunkenness during the last 30 days

  38. Drunkenness during the last 30 days

  39. HBSC 2010 EARLY Drunkennessexperimentation- Results

  40. Drunkenness initiation

  41. EarlyDrunkennessexperimentation: Associatedfactors

  42. Early drunkenness experimentation (≤13 year old)