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To download From Hastings Street to Haida Gwaii: Provincial results of the 2013 BC Adolescent Health Survey, please click here.
A Powerpoint presentation of the results is also available here.
Hard copies of all BC Adolescent Health Survey reports are available to purchase by completing and emailing McCreary this form.
McCreary published 16 regional reports, one for each of the province's Health Service Delivery Areas. These reports were published in a staggered release until March 2015.
To accompany each of the HSDA reports, McCreary released a Powerpoint presentation covering the content. If planning to present it as laid out, these will usually take 40-45 minutes. If you have any questions before using one of the PowerPoints, please contact email@example.com.
In partnership with Vancouver Foundation, this report highlights the importance of social capital among youth in government care.
Using data from the 2013 BC Adolescent Health Survey, McCreary's first full length report looking at the sexual health of youth.
A DIY guide to holding your own workshop and sharing the results of the 2013 BC Adolescent Health Survey with youth.
McCreary asked youth for feedback on a range of data about youth health. We have compiled youth's feedback about the BC AHS into a report which provides context to the survey findings and will inform the development of the 2018 survey.
How Many Is Too Many for BC Youth? focuses on alcohol use among BC youth, and specifically what was found to constitute more harmful levels of drinking, as well as risks and protective factors.
Untangling the web considers risk and protective factors for safer use of technology among BC youth.
In response to an online safety workshop that included findings from Untangling the Web, students from Argyle Secondary School's Digital Media Academy created multimedia projects to share what they learned with a youth audience.
This report, Unspoken Thoughts and Hidden Facts, is the work of 28 young people who share a common interest in promoting positive mental health by increasing awareness and understanding of youth mental health.
Raven's Children IV provides a comprehensive picture of the health of Aboriginal youth in BC using data from the 2013 BC AHS. The report was overseen by an advisory committee of experts in Aboriginal youth health, and reviewed by Elders, youth and other Aboriginal community members across the province.
Blunt Talk provides a snapshot of marijuana use among BC youth and identifies where use is linked to negative health consequences. This report also creates a baseline description of young people's marijuana use prior to upcoming changes in legislation.
2013 BC AHS Fact Sheets are available:
Reports, fact sheets and Powerpoint presentations from previous cycles of the AHS are still available.
Click here to view a full list of fact sheets and presentations which were produced using data from the 2008 survey
Click here for a full list of previous BC AHS reports