Cayman Islands Student Drug Use Survey (CISDUS) 2018

CISDUS is a health survey of the Cayman Islands students between 11 and 18 years old, conducted every two years since 1998. The main purpose of this anonymous survey is to describe trends in smoking, drinking, drug use, bullying and other risk behaviours among Cayman Islands students. For twenty years the CISDUS results have been helping public health professionals, governments and schools develop programmes and policies that ultimately improve the health and well-being of adolescents.


Cayman Islands Student Drug Use Survey (CISDUS) 2016

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