A Person-centred Analysis of the Time-use, Daily Activities and Health-related Quality of Life of Irish School-going Late Adolescents


Purpose: The health, well-being and quality of life of the world’s 1.2 billion adolescents are global priorities. A focus on their patterns or profiles of time-use and how these relate to health-related quality of life... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Eithne Hunt (University College Cork)
  2. Elizabeth McKay (Brunel University, London)
  3. Darren Dahly (University College Cork)
  4. Anthony Fitzgerald (University College Cork)
  5. Ivan Perry (University College Cork)

Topic Areas

WHO 2020 health promotion and disease prevention , Research methods , New and innovative intervention


OS - 4P » Client Centred Practice (11:30 - Friday, 17th June, Tyndall Theatre)