The Scottish Government ran this questionnaire review in order to seek users' views on the content of the Scottish Health Survey (SHeS) from 2024 onwards. SHeS is an annual, national survey that provides a detailed picture of the health and health-related behaviours of the Scottish population in private households and is designed to make a major contribution to the monitoring of health in Scotland. It is used by the Scottish Government and other stakeholders to inform the development and evaluation of policies to improve population health. It allows the monitoring of inequalities identifying which groups are at particular risk of future ill-health and provides both national and local level evidence.
More information on the survey, including previous results, can be found on the Scottish Government's Scottish Health Survey website. This report presents a summary of the feedback received through the review. The original content review documents can be found on the Scottish Health Survey content review web page.
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