Received: 6 October 2020
Accepted: 23 December 2021
First Online: 10 January 2022
Change Date: 14 May 2022
Change Type: Update
Change Details: Following the original publication of this article, the funding declaration of the article has been corrected with the addition of the following note: Open access funding provided by Lund University.
: The administrative permission required to access the raw data used in the present study was approved by the Regional Ethics Review Board of Lund, Sweden: Protocol 2017/7.The data used in our study originated from the national Pupil Health Database – ELSA, which consists of de-identified data collected by the school nurses. The aim of ELSA is to follow the health development of students at group level and in this way contribute to a healthier work environment in Swedish schools. All pupils in pre-school, year 4 and 7, and upper secondary school, year 1, are offered a health visit, including a health interview with the school nurse. In connection to the visit, the student and parents fill in a health questionnaire including questions about their child’s health, lifestyle and well-being. All parents are informed about the following:OrderedList removed
: Not Applicable.
: We have no competing interests.