Special Interest Network on Adolescent Medicine


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Trends in the co-occurrence of tobacco and cannabis use in 15-year-olds

Speaker: Anne Hublet

Duration: 0:26:45
Learning objectives: At the end of this video viewers will: (1) be updated on the current epidemiology of tobacco and cannabis use in youngsters; (2) understand the profiles of these youngers based on socio-demographic and personal determinants; and (3) understand the conclusions which can be drawn from the results for prevention.


Addressing tobacco and cannabis use in primary care

Speaker: Jean-Carles Suris

Duration: 0:30:46
Learning objectives: At the end of this video viewers will: (1) be familiar with the intertwined relationship between tobacco and cannabis consumption; (2) understand the different approaches to detect and address tobacco and cannabis use in a primary care consultation; and (3) learn and be able to employ strategies to reduce tobacco and cannabis use.


Overcoming Vaccine Hesitancy: Lessons to be Learned from the HPV vaccination in Japan

Speaker: Sharon Hanley

Duration: 0:22:17
Learning objectives: At the end of this video viewers will: (1) understand the concept and determinants of vaccine hesitancy and the multi-component interventions available to address this problem; (2) learn the political, socio-cultural and health system factors that have led to the continued suspension of proactive recommendations for HPV Vaccination in Japan; and (3) understand the possible strategies to avoid a repeat of the Japanese HPV Vaccination crisis by referring to countries with successful HPV vaccination programmes who faced and overcame similar issues.


Decrease in adolescent alcohol use. Evidence from 28 countries, 2002-2010

Speaker: Margaretha De Looze

Duration: 0:21:58
Learning objectives: At the end of this video viewers will: (1) gain a clear understanding of recent trends in adolescent alcohol use in Europe and North America; (2) gain an understanding of differences in adolescent alcohol use across European and North American countries; and (3) learn about potential explanations for the observed trends and cross-national differences in prevalence rates of adolescent alcohol use.


Adolescent perceptions of parental communication in Europe and North America 2002-2010. A protective health asset

Speaker: Fiona Brooks

Duration: 0:21:14
Learning objectives: At the end of the video, viewers will: (1) gain a clear understanding of up to date trends in adolescent health and well-being in relation to family communication; (2) gain an understanding of differences in family communication across Europe and North America; and (3) understand the relationship between protective health assets, family commination and young people's health.


Part of the solution: integrating parents in the adolescent consultation

Speaker: Jean-Carles Suris

Duration: 0:19:50
Learning objectives: At the end of the video, viewers will: (1) understand the importance of parents and family in adolescent health care; (2) learn how parents and family members can be involved in adolescent health care; and (3) learn practical strategies to involve parents and family units.


Health, wellbeing and peer violence among immigrant and non immigrant adolescents: Data from the HBSC

Speaker: Sophie Walsh

Duration: 0:15:17
Learning objectives: Examine how immigrant adolescents, both first and second generation, fare in terms of measures of wellbeing as compared with non-immigrant adolescents.

Explore the effect of an increasing number of immigrant adolescents in schools on levels of peer violence.
Discuss potential for prevention, intervention and future studies in this context.


Health, wellbeing and peer violence among immigrant and non immigrantadolescents: Data from the HBSC

Speaker: Gonneke Stevens

Duration: 0:18:26
Learning objectives: Examine how immigrant adolescents, both first and second generation, fare in terms of measures of wellbeing as compared with non-immigrant adolescents.

Explore the effect of an increasing number of immigrant adolescents in schools on levels of peer violence.
Discuss potential for prevention, intervention and future studies in this context.


Body image among adolescents. Raising awareness of its changing role in mental wellbeing of young people

Speaker: Alina Cosma

Duration: 0:15:06
Learning objectives: At the end of the video, viewers will: Illustrate the time trends for several mental health and well-being outcomes among 11-15 year olds using data from seven rounds of the HBSC study in Scotland (1990-2014). These include psychological and somatic complaints, happiness, confidence among other indicators. 

Explore the role played by body image in the changing prevalence of these mental health indicators over time.
Explore potential for prevention and future studies in this context.


Cross-national time trends in bullying victimization in 33 countries among children aged 11, 13 and 15 from 2002 to 2010

Speaker: Michal Molcho

Duration: 0:19:38
Learning objectives: At the end of this video viewers will: (1) gain an understanding of the different types of violence and their consequences; (2) understand the prevalence of violent behaviour among school going children in Europe and North America; and (3) learn the time trends on violent behaviour based on the HBSC study.



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