Publication - Statistics

The Scottish Health Survey 2011 - volume 2: children

Published: 25 Sep 2012
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781780458427

Annual report of the Scottish Health Survey for 2011. Volume focussing on child health.

141 page PDF

2.5 MB

141 page PDF

2.5 MB

Contents
The Scottish Health Survey 2011 - volume 2: children
Chapter 1 References and notes

141 page PDF

2.5 MB

Chapter 1 References and notes

1. Scottish Budget Spending Review 2007, Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2007. [online] Available from:
<www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2007/11/13092240/0>

2. National Performance Framework: Changes to the National Indicator Set, Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2012. [online] Available from:
<www.scotland.gov.uk/About/scotPerforms/NIchanges>
See also: <www.scotlandperforms.com>

3. Scottish Government/COSLA (2008). The Early Years Framework. Edinburgh: Scottish Government.

4. For example, the Getting it Right for Every Child framework:
<www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/People/Young-People/childrensservices/girfec>

5. Towards a Mentally Flourishing Scotland, Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2009.

6. Mental Health Strategy for Scotland: 2012-2015, Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2012.

7. Given, L. (2010). Chapter 1: General health and mental wellbeing. In Bromley, C., Given, L. and Ormston, R. [eds.] The 2009 Scottish Health Survey – Volume 1: Main Report. Edinburgh, Scottish Government.
www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2010/09/23154223/0

8. McManus, S. (2010). Chapter 1: General health and mental wellbeing. In Bromley, C. and Given, L. [eds.] The 2010 Scottish Health Survey – Volume 1: Main Report. Edinburgh, Scottish Government.
<www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2011/09/27084018/6>

9. Parkinson, J. (2007). Establishing a core set of national, sustainable mental health indicators for adults in Scotland: Final report. Glasgow: NHS Health Scotland.

10. Parkinson, J. (2012). Establishing a core set of national, sustainable mental health indicators for children and young people in Scotland: Final report. Glasgow: NHS Health Scotland.

11. Unlike the 2003 and 2008/2009 surveys, the 1998 survey did not include children aged 0-1. However, the overall proportions of children in good or very good health were the same for children aged 2-15 and all those aged 0-15. Therefore a separate category just for the 2-15 age group was not needed to enable comparisons over time.

12. Gray, L. and Leyland, A. (2005). Chapter 6: General and psychosocial health. In Bromley, C., Shelton, N. and Sproston, K. [Eds.] The 2003 Scottish Health Survey – Volume 3: Children. Edinburgh: Scottish Executive.

13. See: <http://apps.who.int/classifications/icd10/browse/2010/en>

14. Goldberg, D. and Williams, P.A. (1988). Users Guide to the General Health Questionnaire. Windsor: NFER-Nelson.

15. Goodman R (1997) The Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire: A Research Note. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 38, 581-586.

16. To assess this, additional analysis was conducted using a version of the long-term conditions measure that separates out physical health conditions from mental/behaviour disorders. This analysis confirmed that the association between SDQ scores and long-term conditions was much more pronounced for mental/behavioural disorders than physical conditions alone (data not shown).


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