The Minnesota Student Survey is one of the longest-running youth surveys in the nation, and is conducted every three years. The survey is an anonymous, statewide, school-based survey conducted to gain insights about students and their experiences.
In addition to many other things, it contains questions about substance use, perceived social norms, mental and physical health and well being, and more. The survey results present a snapshot of student life and provide valuable insights for youth programs, schools, communities and state agencies.
Join Sharrilyn Helgertz, PhD and Bob Kuziej, MS, Senior Research Scientists in the Community Health Division at the Minnesota Department of Health, to learn about the most recent data collected in 2022 and what this means for our prevention work.
Presenter: Sharrilyn Helgertz, Ph.D, Bob Kuziej, MS