Implemented by the countries in the Americas to monitor health-related risk and protective behaviors among students 13 t...
The GSHS provides accurate data of health risk and protective factors among students.
To monitor health-related risk and protective behaviors among students 13 to 15 years old.
A set of standardized questions in 10 core questionnaire modules allow to compare indicators across countries.
Implemented in over 30 countries in the Americas in collaboration with PAHO/WHO and the CDC.
The countries are welcome to add country-specific questions
World Health Organization (WHO)
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Background, Purpose and Methodology
GSHS Data Policy
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>Click here to run the e-GSHS from your computer
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Centre of Studies, Research and Documentation on Healthy Cities (CEPEDOC), University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
Centre for Community Health Promotion Reserch, University of Victoria, Canada
Centre de Santé Publique Securité dan les Milieux de Vie, Québec, Canada
Center for Development of Evaluation and Technology in Public Health (CEDETES), Universidad del Valle, Colombia
Center for Health Promotion, University of Toronto, Canada
Center for Injury Control, Rollins school of Public Health, Emory University, USA
Center for Urban Epidemiologic Studies (CUES), New York Academy of Medicine, USA
Centro de Investigación de Salud y violencia, Universidad del Valle, Colombia
College of Urban and Public Affairs, Portland University, USA
Department of Social Sciences, School of Public health, University of Puerto Rico, Puerto Rico
Institute of Interdisciplinary Programs for Primary Health Care (PROINAPSA), Universidad Inductrial de Santander, Colombia
Instituto de Nutrición y Tecnología de los alimentos (INTA), Universidad de Chile, Chile
Scientific Direction of Individual and Community Development, Institut nattional de Santé Publique du Québec, Canada
Work Group for Community Health and Development, University of Kansas, USA
Pan American Health Organization525 Twenty Third Street, N.W., Washington D.C. 20037, USATl.: +1-202-974-3000e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org