Global youth tobacco survey (gyts) background the outcome of this meeting was the development by who and cdc of a global tobacco surveillance system, which uses the global youth tobacco survey (gyts) as its data collection mechanism description. Global youth tobacco survey (gyts) — overview introduction the gyts is a school-based survey that collects data on students aged 13–15 years using a standardized methodology for constructing the sample frame, selecting schools and classes, and processing data. Report data issue global tobacco surveillance system (gtss) - global youth tobacco survey (gyts) metadata updated: june 9, 2018 1999-2011 the gyts is a school-based survey that collects data on students aged 13–15 years using a standardized methodology for constructing the sample frame, selecting schools and classes, and processing data. Current tobacco use among adults (age 15+, global adult tobacco survey) and youth (age 13-15, global youth tobacco survey) in select countries prevalence of tobacco use among youth is high in many countries, and it is higher than the prevalence among adults in some countries. Who and cdc developed the global youth tobacco survey (gyts) and global school personnel survey (gsps) to track tobacco use among youth and school personnel across this report will only report the activities in jakarta and bekasi report on medan activities will be send soon.
Contact information san lazaro compound, tayuman, sta cruz, manila philippines 1003 telephone no (632) 651-7800 fax (632) 711-6744 doh call center telephone no: (632) 651-7800 local 5001-5006 (632) 165-364. Report on global youth tobacco survey (gyts) and global school personnel survey (gsps) 2007 in bangladesh essay report on global youth tobacco survey (gyts) and global school personnel survey (gsps) 2007 in bangladesh world health organization regional office for south-east asia new delhi 11 june 2008 preface the study is about tobacco related behavior of dental students in bangladesh. The global youth tobacco survey aimed to explore the epidemiological trends and risk factors of tobacco smoking among intermediate school boys in riyadh region of the kingdom of saudi arabia method a two-stage cluster sample design was used to produce a representative sample of male students from selected schools.
The global youth tobacco survey asks youth to fill in the answers to several questions about their tobacco use in this survey conducted between 2000 and 2007, it was found that in youth ages 13-15, 12 percent of boys and 7 percent of girls reported smoking cigarettes. The report, youth and tobacco in the western pacific region: global youth tobacco survey (gyts) 2005-2014, presents an overview of youth tobacco use in the region the report highlights the need for continued vigilance and robust actions to protect youth from tobacco harms. Persons with disabilities experiencing problems accessing the global tobacco control documents should contact [email protected] or call 1-800-cdc-info (1800-232-4636) survey resources (pdf icon) fact sheets.
The global youth tobacco survey was released to mark world no tobacco day 2014 it was conducted by the chinese center for disease control and prevention under the supervision of china’s national health and family planning commission. The global youth tobacco survey (gyts) is a nationally representative school-based survey of students 13–15 years of age, using a consistent and standard protocol across countries gyts enhances countries’ capacity to monitor youth tobacco consumption and tobacco use initiation to guide national tobacco prevention and control programmes. The global youth tobacco survey (gyts) was developed by the tobacco free initiative (tfi), world health organization (who) and the office on smoking and health (osh) of the united states centers for disease control and prevention (cdc) in collaboration. To help fill in this data gap, who -- through its tobacco free initiative (tfi) -- and the office on smoking and health (osh) in the centers for disease control and prevention (cdc) in the usa developed the global youth tobacco survey (gyts), in consultation with countries in the six who regions.
Problem: tobacco use is a major contributor to deaths from chronic diseases the findings from the global youth tobacco survey (gyts) suggest that the estimate of a doubling of deaths from smoking (from 5 million per year to approximately 10 million per year by 2020) might be an underestimate. The global youth tobacco survey (gyts) is a school-based survey of students aged 13-15 years, designed as a standardized tool to collect data on tobacco use among youth in countries around the globe. 33 countries in the who european region have successfully implemented the global youth tobacco survey (gyts) of those, 15 countries have completed the second round, 9 countries have completed the third round and 1 country has completed the fourth round.
This report uses data from the 45 countries in the global youth tobacco survey to examine the prevalence of current cigarette smoking, purchase of cigarettes from retail outlets, and type of cigarette purchases made among students, aged 13–15 years. Objectives the purpose of this paper is to use data collected in the 2001 and 2005 lebanon global youth tobacco survey (gyts) to monitor articles in the who framework convention on tobacco control (who fctc. Surveys there has been a marginal decline in lifetime, past year and past month use of marijuana since the 2006 national secondary school survey world drug report 2012 download full report read more: survey - global youth tobacco survey - jamaica 2010 global school-based student health survey for jamaica for 2010 read more: survey.