The health and well-being of Ontario students in grades 7-12: Findings from the 2013 OSDUHS


Hayley Hamilton, a research scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, discusses the Ontario Student Drug Use and Health Survey (OSDUHS). Hayley outlines some key research findings from the 2013 survey on the mental health and general well-being of grade 7-12 students in Ontario, and changes over time.

Hayley Hamilton: Vignette 1 Introduces the OSDUHS, discusses how the results are used, and summarizes some encouraging findings and areas of concern.


Hayley Hamilton: Vignette 2 Discusses findings on aspects of mental health, such as self-esteem, suicide, psychological distress symptoms, and mental health supports.


Hayley Hamilton: Vignette 3 Provides highlights of findings on general well-being, including physical activity, body image, drug use, school context, and bullying.


2018-01-22T17:14:05+00:00 December 24th, 2016|Featured, Hayley Hamilton, Presentations|Comments Off on OSDUHS Vignettes

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