There are a number of UK based longitudinal cohort studies that provide information on children and young people’s lives and how these relate to later outcomes. These studies involving repeatedly surveying the same individuals.

Each of the four UK nations runs a national health survey. These surveys involve asking different people similar questions about their health over many years and include both children and adults.

There are a number of surveys providing information on health related behaviours of children and young people.

There are a number of specialist UK based surveys that focus on particular aspects of child public health.

There are lots of other national surveys that provide contextual information on children’s lives, for example the General Household Survey/General Lifestyle Survey, the Households Below Average Income Survey, and the Young People’s Social Attitudes Survey. You can browse for relevant surveys on the following websites.

 

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