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Scottish Health Survey 2012 - Volume 2 Technical Report

Technical report accompanying the release of the 2012 Scottish Health Survey

This document is part of a collection


Appendix A: Fieldwork Documents

Respondent Information Leaflet

Advance Letters

Language translations card

Information Leaflet for Adults (Version A sample - no biological module)

Information Leaflet for Adults (Version B sample - eligible for biological module)

Information Leaflet for Children (Version A & B and Child Boost)

Information Leaflet for Parents (Child Boost only)

Measurement Record Card

Useful Contact Leaflet

Show cards

Household questionnaire, individual and biological module questionnaires

Self-completion booklet for parents of 4-12 year olds

Self-completion booklet for 13-15 year olds

Self-completion booklet for young adults

Self-completion booklet for adults

Biological module consent booklet

NHS record linkage consent forms for adults and childrenWho uses the information?

SG Follow-up consent forms for adults and children

Respondent Information Leaflet - part 1

Respondent Information Leaflet - part 2

Advance letter copy - part 1

Advance letter copy - part 2

Your interviewer on this study will be

Dear Sir or Madam

I would like to ask for your help with the Scottish Health Survey, a very important survey used by the Scottish Government, NHS Scotland, local Health Boards, councils, universities and charities to make decisions about health policies which affect everyone in Scotland. The survey takes place annually and last year over 5,000 households took part.

Your household has been chosen at random to take part in this survey. To ensure that the final results are accurate, we must interview people from all over Scotland and from all walks of life. This is why it is important to make sure that your household is included.

The survey is carried out for the Scottish Government by professional interviewers from ScotCen Social Research. In the next few days an interviewer will call at your house. They will show you a ScotCen official identification card which includes a photo and an interviewer number. The interviewer will ask some general health questions and, if you agree, they will take some measurements such as height, weight and blood pressure.

Your answers will be kept completely confidential (in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998) and will be used for statistical and research purposes only. This may include results about your general health, diet and physical activity. No information that allows you to be identified will be made public.

As a way of saying thank you, each adult that participates will be given a £10 voucher which can be spent in a number of different shops.

On the back of this letter we have answered some of the questions you may have. The enclosed leaflet also tells you more about this very important survey. For further information you can also call our freephone on 0800 652 4569, email scottishhealthsurvey@scotcen.org.uk, or visit the survey website: www.scottishhealthsurvey.org.

I do hope you will take part. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Yours faithfully

Emma Fenn - signature

Emma Fenn, Project Coordinator
ScotCen Social Research


question mark icon How did you choose my address?

We chose your address from the Postcode Address File using random selection procedures. This file is held by the Post Office and is available to the public.

question mark icon What will happen to any information I give?

The Scottish Government will treat information you give in strict confidence. The results of the study will never include any names or addresses. The information collected is used for statistical and research purposes only and will be dealt with according to the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998.

question mark icon How long will it take?

The interview length will vary depending upon a number of factors such as how many people live in your household and how old they are. When the interviewer calls he or she can give you an idea of how long your interview might take, and can then book an appointment at a time that suits you best.

question mark icon Who is carrying out the study?

The Scottish Government have asked ScotCen Social Research, in collaboration with the MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at the University of Glasgow, and academics from the Universities of Aberdeen and Edinburgh to carry out the survey.

ScotCen Social Research is a registered charity (Registered Charity No. SC038454). ScotCen, the MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit and the Universities of Aberdeen and Edinburgh are independent of all government departments and political parties.

The survey has been reviewed by an independent Research Ethics Committee to protect your safety, rights, wellbeing and dignity. This study has been given a favourable opinion by the Research Ethics Committee for Wales.

question mark icon Where can I find out more about the study?

The leaflet that came with this letter has some more information about what the survey is for and who uses it. For example it has some findings from surveys in previous years. We hope you find this useful.

question mark icon Contact number and contact names

If you would like to talk to someone about the study, please call us on freephone 0800 652 4569 (9.30am to 5.30pm) and ask for the Scottish Health Survey team. If no one is available or if you are calling outside office hours then please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

P7162 IB CPY ADV

Your interviewer on this study will be

Dear Sir or Madam

I would like to ask for your help with the Scottish Health Survey, a very important survey used by the Scottish Government, NHS Scotland, local Health Boards, councils, universities and charities to make decisions about health policies which affect everyone in Scotland. The survey takes place annually and last year over 5,000 households took part.

Your household has been chosen at random to take part in this survey which is focusing on the health of children and young people aged 0-15. To ensure that the final results are accurate, we must interview people from all over Scotland and from all walks of life. This is why it is important to make sure that your household is included.

The survey is carried out for the Scottish Government by professional interviewers from ScotCen Social Research. In the next few days an interviewer will call at your house. They will show you a ScotCen official identification card which includes a photo and an interviewer number. The interviewer will ask some general health questions and, if you agree, they will take height and weight measurements.

Your answers will be kept completely confidential (in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998) and will be used for statistical and research purposes only. This may include results about general health, diet and physical activity. No information that allows you to be identified will be made public.

As a way of saying thank you, all participating households will be given a £10 voucher which
can be spent in a number of different shops.

On the back of this letter we have answered some of the questions you may have. The enclosed leaflet also tells you more about this very important survey. For further information you can also call our freephone on 0800 652 4569, email cottishhealthsurvey@scotcen.org.uk, or visit the survey website: www.scottishhealthsurvey.org.

I do hope you will take part. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Yours faithfully

Emma Fenn - signature

Emma Fenn, Project Coordinator
ScotCen Social Research

How did you choose my address?

We chose your address from the Postcode Address File using random
selection procedures. This file is held by the Post Office and is available to the
public.

What will happen to any information I give?

The Scottish Government will treat information you give in strict confidence. The results of the study will never include any names or addresses. The information collected is used for statistical and research purposes only and will be dealt with according to the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998.

How long will it take?

The interview length will vary depending upon a number of factors such as how many people live in your household and how old they are. When the interviewer calls he or she can give you an idea of how long your interview might take, and can then book an appointment at a time that suits you best.

Who is carrying out the study?

The Scottish Government have asked ScotCen Social Research, in collaboration with the MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at the University of Glasgow, and academics from the Universities of Aberdeen and Edinburgh to carry out the survey.

ScotCen Social Research is a registered charity (Registered Charity No. SC038454). ScotCen, the MRC Social and Public Health Sciences Unit and the Universities of Aberdeen and Edinburgh are independent of all government departments and political parties.

The survey has been reviewed by an independent Research Ethics Committee to protect your safety, rights, wellbeing and dignity. This study has been given a favourable opinion by the Research Ethics Committee for Wales.

Where can I find out more about the study?

The leaflet that came with this letter has some more information about what the survey is for and who uses it. For example it has some findings from surveys in previous years. We hope you find this useful.

Contact number and contact names If you would like to talk to someone about the study, please call us on freephone 0800 652 4569 (9.30am to 5.30pm) and ask for the Scottish Health Survey team. If no one is available or if you are calling outside office hours then please leave a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

P7162 CB CPY ADV

Scottish Health Survey

British Sign Language
Your household has been selected to take part in the Scottish Health Survey. This important study collects information on behalf of the Scottish Government and the National Health Service about the health and lifestyles of people who live in Scotland. If you would you like us to arrange for a BSL interpreter to help conduct the interview, or to explain more about what is involved, please give the person who has called at your address your telephone number so we can arrange this.

Gaelic

Bengali

Chinese (Cantonese)

French

Hindi

Polish

Punjabi

Turkish

Arabic

Farsi

Urdu

Information Leaflet for Adults (Version A sample – no biological module) - part 1

Information Leaflet for Adults (Version A sample – no biological module) - part 2

Information Leaflet for Adults (Version B sample – eligible for biological module) - part 1

Information Leaflet for Adults (Version B sample – eligible for biological module) - part 2

Information Leaflet for Children (Version A & B and Child Boost) - part 1

Information Leaflet for Children (Version A & B and Child Boost) - part 2

Information Leaflet for Parents (Child Boost only) - part 1

Information Leaflet for Parents (Child Boost only) - part 2

Useful Contact Leaflet - part 1

Useful Contact Leaflet - part 2

Measurement Record Card - part 1

Measurement Record Card - part 21

Questionnaire documentation

Section contains:
Notes on how to use this documentation
Survey outline
Household interview
Individual interview

Notes

1. This is an edited documentation of the computer programmes used in the SHeS household and individual. Instead of being numbered each question has a variable name; these are identified here in square brackets, e.g.: [varname].
2. Not all variables that appear here will be on the final data file (those that are not are marked with a '*'). Similarly, not all derived variables that will be on the data file are mentioned here. There will be a separate documentation of derived variables when the data is released.
3. Routing instructions appear above the questions. A routing instruction should be considered to stay in force until the next routing instruction.
4. Sections of text in brackets and italics were filled in as appropriate on the interviewers' computers.
5. Individual codes marked 'EDIT ONLY' were used by the editors to reclassify 'other' answers and are not visible during the main interviews.
6. For some questions respondents could give a different answer to the main options they were presented with. Such answers are recorded verbatim and were examined during the editing process to see whether they could be 'back-coded' to one of the existing answer categories. These will not be available on the data file and have been indicated within this documentation with a '*'.
7. Some questions allowed respondents to give more than one answer (indicated within this documentation with the instruction: 'CODE ALL THAT APPLY'). In these cases each individual answer option will have its own variable name which is shown in square brackets to the right of the answer.
8. The symbol '$' has been used to flag CAPI questions which have been used in conjunction with Self-Complete questions to combine the answers into a separate derived variable.

Scottish Health Survey 2012 - Survey outline

  • A household interview with the household reference person (HRP) or their spouse or partner
  • An individual interview with eligible participants. Eligibility criteria for each of the three sample types were as follows:
    • Main sample -up to ten adults and two children per household
    • Child boost sample - up to two children (0-15) per household
    • Health Board boost sample - up to ten adults per household

Questionnaire content
Household questionnaire
There was only one version of the household questionnaire across all three sample types in 2012. The household questionnaire documentation begins on page 7 of this documentation.

Individual questionnaire
The questionnaire content varied depending firstly on the sample type, and then the age of the participants being interviewed. The questionnaire documentation details exactly who was eligible to answer particular modules and questions within these modules.

  • Main sample - there were two versions of the individual interview questionnaire for the main sample: version A and version B. The content and order of the individual interview differed depending on which version a household was selected to go through. Some topics were asked in both versions of the questionnaire, e.g. 'general health including caring' and 'eating habits for children' while other topics are only asked in one of the versions, e.g. 'respiratory and CVD symptoms' in version A. The below table outlines which topics are asked in which version of the questionnaire.
  • Child Boost sample - The individual questionnaire at child boost households followed the same format as a main version A individual questionnaire (see table below).
  • Health Board Boost sample - Adults in the Health Board boost sample were only asked questions on those topics that appeared in both version A and version B of the individual interview, for example, general health, and physical activity.

Points to note:

  • There are four versions of the questionnaire in the mainstage: Core Version A; Core Version B (biological module); Child Boost; and Health Board Boost.
  • Children are not eligible for the biological module in Core Version B or at Health Board Boost sampled addresses.
  • The below table indicates what should be in each version and the order of the interview. The associated CAPI block names are in [] after the topic.
Core Version A Both A&B Core Version B
Household questionnaire [HHgrid]+[GenHHold]
General health including caring [GenHlth]
Respiratory symptoms [CVD] 16+
General CVD (16+) and use of services [CVD] 0+
Asthma core [Asthma] 0+
Asthma additional [Asthma] 0+
Physical activity adults - including Qs on activity at work, time spent at screens and other sedentary activity [AdPhysic] 16+
Physical activity kids - inc Qs on time spent at screens and other sedentary activity [ChPhysic] 2+
Barriers to exercise & Motivations to exercise [AdPhysic] 16+
Eating habits adults [Eating] 16+
Eating habits kids [Eating] 2 - 15
Fruit and Veg [Fruitveg] 2+
Smoking [Smoking] 18+ (16-17 year olds do self-comp/18-19 yr olds optional)
Passive Smoking [Smoking] 0+
Drinking [Drinking] 18+ (16-17 year olds do self-comp/18-19 yr olds optional)
Dental health [Dental] 16+
Education and employment details 16+
Ethnicity (0+) place of birth (0+)and religion (16+) [Ethnic]
Family health [Parent] 16+
Self-completions [Selfcomp] 4+
Height and weight [Measure] 2+
Consents [Consents] 0+
Biological module (16+ )includes:
  • Prescription drugs
  • Blood Pressure
  • Waist
  • Saliva
  • Urine
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Self harm
Child Boost
Household questionnaire [HHgrid]+[GenHHold]
General health including caring [GenHlth]
Use of services [CVD] 0+
Asthma core [Asthma] 0+
Asthma additional [asthma] 0+
Physical activity kids - inc Qs on time spent at screens and other sedentary activity [ChPhysic] 2+
Eating habits kids [Eating] 2+
Fruit and Veg [Fruitveg] 2+
Passive Smoking [Smoking] 0+
Ethnicity [Ethnic] 0+
Self-completions [Selfcomp] 4+
Height and weight [Measure] 2+
Consents [Consents] 0+
Health Board Boost
Household questionnaire [HHgrid]+[GenHHold]
General health including caring [GenHlth]
General CVD and use of services [CVD] 16+
Asthma core [Asthma] 16
Physical activity adults - including Qs on activity at work, time spent at screens and other sedentary activity [AdPhysic] 16+
Fruit and Veg [Fruitveg] 16+
Smoking [Smoking] 16+ 18/20+ in CAPI
Passive Smoking [Smoking] 16+
Drinking [Drinking] 16+ 18/20+ in CAPI
Dental health [Dental] 16+
Ethnicity and religion [Ethnic] 0+
Family health [Parent] 16+
Self-completions [Selfcomp] 16+
Height and weight [Measure] 16+
Consents [Consents] 16+

[Point]*
SAMPLE POINT NUMBER:
Range: 1..997

[Address]*
ADDRESS NUMBER:
Range: 1..97

[Hhold]*
HOUSEHOLD NUMBER:
Range: 1..3

[AdrField]*
PLEASE ENTER THE FIRST TEN CHARACTERS OF THE FIRST LINE OF THE ADDRESS TAKEN FROM A.R.F. ADDRESS LABEL. MAKE SURE TO TYPE IT EXACTLY AS IT IS PRINTED.
Text: Maximum 10 characters

[First]*
INTERVIEWER: For information, you are in the questionnaire for:
Year No: (2008=1, 2009=2, 2010=3)
Sample: (sample type indicator)
Point no: (Point number)
Address no: (Address number)
Household no: (Household number)
Strand: (Core version A or version B)

- TO COMPLETE A STARTED INDIVIDUAL SESSION, PRESS <CTRL, ENTER>.
- TO OPEN A NEW INDIVIDUAL SESSION, PRESS <CTRL, ENTER>.
- TO GO DIRECTLY TO 'ADMIN,' PRESS <CTRL, ENTER>.
- OTHERWISE PRESS 1 AND <ENTER> TO CONTINUE.

[IntDate]*
PLEASE ENTER THE DATE OF THIS INTERVIEW.
Date:

[WhoHere]*
INTERVIEWER: COLLECT THE NAMES OF THE PEOPLE IN THIS HOUSEHOLD.
1 Continue

IF First person in household OR More=Yes THEN
[Name]*
What is the name of (person number)?

[More]*
Is there anyone else in this household?
1 Yes
2 No

(Name and More repeated for up to 12 household members)

[SizeConf]*
So, can I check, altogether there are ( (x) number) people in your household?
1 Yes
2 No, more than (x)
3 No, less than (x)

HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION GRID FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS (MAXIMUM 12)

[Person]
Person number in Household Grid.
Range: 0..12

[Name]*
First name from WhoHere

[Sex]
ASK: Is (name of respondent) male or female?
1 Male
2 Female

[DoB]*
What is (name of respondent's) date of birth?

Enter Day of month in numbers, Name of month in numbers, Year in numbers, Eg. 02/01/1972.

[Age]
Can I check, what was (name of respondent's) age last birthday?
Range: 0..120

IF AgeOf=Dk/Ref THEN
[AgeEst]*
INTERVIEWER CODE: ASK IF NECESSARY ARE YOU (IS HE/SHE), AGED UNDER 2 YEARS, AT LEAST 2 UP TO 15 YEARS, OR 16 YEARS OR OLDER? IF NOT KNOWN, TRY TO GET BEST ESTIMATE.
1 Under 2 years
2 2 to 15 years
3 16-64 years
4 65 years or older

IF Age of Respondent is 16 or over THEN
[Marital12]

SHOWCARD A1.
Please look at this card and tell me your legal marital or same-sex civil partnership status
INTERVIEWER: CODE FIRST THAT APPLIES.
1 ...single, that is never married or never formed a legally recognised civil partnership
2 married and living with (husband/wife),
3 a civil partner in a legally recognised civil partnership
4 married and separated from (husband/wife),
5 in a legally recognised civil partnership and separated from your civil partner,
6 divorced,
7 formerly a civil partner, the civil partnership now legally dissolved,
8 widowed,
9 or, a surviving civil partner, your partner having since died.

IF more than one person aged 16+ in household AND marital status=code 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 THEN
[Couple]

May I just check, (are you/is he) living with anyone in this household as a couple?
1 Yes
2 No
3 SPONTANEOUS ONLY - same sex couple

IF (Age of Respondent is 16-17) THEN
[LegPar]

Can I check, do either of (name of respondent's) parents, or someone who has legal parental responsibility for him/her, live in this household?
1 Yes
2 No

[Par1]
Which of the people in this household are (name of respondent's) parents or have legal parental responsibility for (him/her) on a permanent basis? CODE FIRST PERSON AT THIS QUESTION. IF Not a household member/dead, CODE 97
Range: 1..12, 97

IF Par1 IN [1..12] THEN
[Par2]

Which other person in this household is (name of respondent's) parent or have legal parental responsibility for him/her on a permanent basis? CODE SECOND PERSON AT THIS QUESTION. IF No-one else in the household, CODE 97
Range: 1..14, 97

[SelCh]
INTERVIEWER: Is this child selected for an individual interview?
1 Yes
2 No

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS COLLECTED FOR ALL

IF Person > 1 THEN
[R]

SHOW CARD A2.
How is (name of respondent's) related to (name)? Just tell me the number on this card.
1 husband/wife
2 legally recognised civil partner
3 partner/cohabitee
4 natural son/daughter
5 adopted son/daughter
6 foster child
7 stepson/daughter/child of partner
8 son/daughter-in-law
9 natural parent
10 adoptive parent
11 foster parent
12 stepparent/parent's partner
13 parent-in-law
14 natural brother/sister
15 half-brother/sister
16 step-brother/sister
17 adopted brother/sister
18 foster brother/sister
19 brother/sister-in-law
20 grandchild
21 grandparent
22 other relative
23 other non-relative

END OF HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION GRID

ASK ALL

[HHldr]
In whose name is the accommodation owned or rented? Anyone else?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
(Codeframe of all household members)
1-12 Person numbers of household members
97 Not a household member

[HHResp]
INTERVIEWER CODE: WHO WAS THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR ANSWERING THE GRIDS IN THIS QUESTIONNAIRE?
(Codeframe of adult household members)
1-12 Person numbers of household members
97 Not a household member

IF More than one person coded at HHldr THEN
[HiHNum]

You have told me that (name) and (name) jointly own or rent the accommodation. Which of you /who has the highest income (from earnings, benefits, pensions and any other sources)?
ENTER PERSON NUMBER - IF TWO PEOPLE HAVE THE SAME INCOME, ENTER 13
(Codeframe of joint householders)
1-12 Person numbers of household members
13 Two people have the same income

IF HiHNum=13 THEN
[JntEldA]

ENTER PERSON NUMBER OF THE ELDEST JOINT HOUSEHOLDER FROM THOSE WITH THE HIGHEST INCOME.
ASK OR RECORD.
(Codeframe of joint householders)
1-12 Person numbers of household members

IF HiHNum=Don't know or Refused
[JntEldB]

ENTER PERSON NUMBER OF THE ELDEST JOINT HOUSEHOLDER.
ASK OR RECORD.
(Codeframe of joint householders)
1-12 Person numbers of household members

[HRP]*
INTERVIEWER: THE HOUSEHOLD REFERENCE PERSON IS:
(Displays name of Household Reference Person)
PRESS <1> AND <Enter> TO CONTINUE.

[Eligible]*
INTERVIEWER: FOR YOUR INFORMATION THE PEOPLE IN THIS HOUSEHOLD ELIGIBLE FOR INDIVIDUAL INTERVIEW ARE:
(List of eligible respondents)
PRESS <1> AND <Enter> TO CONTINUE.

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[OwnORent08]

SHOWCARD A3
In which of these ways do you occupy this accommodation?
PROBE FOR DETAILS
1 Buying it with the help of a mortgage or loan
2 Own it outright
3 Pay part rent and part mortgage
4 Rent (including rents paid by housing benefit)
5 Live here rent free (including rent-free in relative's/friend's property)

IF OwnRnt08= Rent OR Free THEN
[LandLord]

Who is your landlord?
INTERVIEWER: Code first that applies.
If property is rented through an agent code in relation to the property owner NOT the agent.
1 Organisations: the local authority / council / Scottish Homes
2 Organisations: housing association, charitable trust or Local Housing Company
3 Organisations: employer (organisation) of a household member
4 Another organisation
5 Individuals: relative/friend (before you lived here) of a household member
6 Individuals: employer (individual) of a household member
7 Another individual private landlord

ASK ALL
[Car12]
1
In total, how many cars or vans are owned, or are available for private use, by members of your household? Include any company cars or vans available for private use : 0..100.

1 Revised wording and now single question, previously [car] and [numcar].

ASK ALL
[PasSm]

Does anyone smoke inside this (house/flat) on a most days?
INTERVIEWER: INCLUDE NON-HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS WHO SMOKE IN THE HOUSE OR FLAT. EXCLUDE HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS WHO ONLY SMOKE OUTSIDE THE HOUSE OR FLAT.
1 Yes
2 No

[SmokHm]2
SHOW CARD A4
Regardless of whether you smoke or not, using this card, what best describes the smoking rules in this (house/flat)? Please think about the people who live with you as well as visitors to your home?
INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT DOES NOT HAVE ANY SMOKING RULES, ASK THEM TO THINK WHAT RULES THEY WOULD APPLY TO SMOKERS IN THEIR HOME:
1 People can smoke anywhere inside this house/flat
2 People can only smoke in certain areas or rooms inside this house/flat (include smoking out of the window and at an open back door)
3 People can only smoke in outdoor areas (e.g. gardens/balconies) of this house/flat
4 People cannot smoke indoors or in outdoor areas of this house/flat

2 New in 2012

IF >1 person in household
[EatTog]

How many times in the last week, that is the seven days ending (date last Sunday), did all or most of the people who live in this household eat a main meal together not including breakfast?
1 Never
2 One or two times
3 Three or four times
4 Five or six times
5 Seven times
6 More than often than this

INTERVIEWER: I'm now going to ask you some questions about your local area1
ASK ALL

1 This section new in 2012. Note that PrevCrim, ActQuick, DealInc, Investig, SolvCrim and CatchCri are asked in a
randomised order.

[LiveArea]
First, how many years have you lived in your local area? By this I mean the area within about a 15 minute walk from your home?":
1 Less than 1 year
2 1 year but less than 2
3 2 years but less than 5
4 5 years but less than 10
5 10 years or more

IF lived in area 2 years or more (LiveArea >= 3)
[CrimArea]

How much would you say the crime rate in your local area has changed since two years ago? Would you say there is more, less or about the same?
INTERVIEWER: IF ANSWER IS 'MORE' ASK: Is that a lot more or a little more?
IF ANSWER IS 'LESS' ASK: Is that a lot less or a little less?
INTERVIEWER: IF ASKED: There is an interest in finding out if there is a relationship between people's experience of crime and their health and wellbeing:
1 A lot more
2 A little more
3 About the same
4 A little less
5 A lot less

ASK ALL
[PrevCrim]

SHOWCARD A5
How confident are you in the ability of police in your local area to prevent crime?
1 Very confident
2 Fairly confident
3 Not very confident
4 Not at all confident

[ActQuick]
SHOWCARD A5
How confident are you in the ability of police in your local area to respond quickly to appropriate calls and information from the public?
1 Very confident
2 Fairly confident
3 Not very confident
4 Not at all confident

[DealInc]
SHOWCARD A5
How confident are you in the ability of police in your local area) to deal with incidents as they occur?
1 Very confident
2 Fairly confident
3 Not very confident
4 Not at all confident

[Investig]
SHOWCARD A5
How confident are you in the ability of police in your local area to investigate incidents after they occur?
1 Very confident
2 Fairly confident
3 Not very confident
4 Not at all confident

[SolvCrim]
SHOWCARD A5
How confident are you in the ability of police in your local area to solve crimes?
1 Very confident
2 Fairly confident
3 Not very confident
4 Not at all confident

[CatchCri]
SHOWCARD A5
How confident are you in the ability of police in your local area to catch criminals?
1 Very confident
2 Fairly confident
3 Not very confident
4 Not at all confident

IF HQResp = Head of Household OR Spouse/ partner of Head of household
[SrcInc]1

1 Additional option categories added for 2012

SHOW CARD A6.
Please look at this card. There has been a lot of talk about health and income. We would like to get some idea of your household's income. This card shows various possible sources of income. Can you please tell me which kinds of these you (and your husband/wife/partner) receive?
PROBE: FOR ALL SOURCES. CODE ALL THAT APPLY
Earnings from employment or self-employment (incl. overtime, tips, bonuses) [SrcInc1]
State retirement pension [SrcInc2]
Pension from former employer [SrcInc3]
Personal pensions [SrcInc4]
Child Benefit [SrcInc5]
Job-Seekers Allowance [SrcInc6]
Income Support [SrcInc7]
Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit or any other Tax Credit [SrcInc8]
Housing Benefit [SrcInc9]
Other state benefits [SrcInc10]
Student grants and bursaries [SrcInc11]
Interest from savings and investments (eg stocks & shares) [SrcInc12]
Rent from property (after expenses) [SrcInc13]
Other kinds of regular income (e.g. maintenance or grants) [SrcInc14]
No source of income [SrcInc15]

[JntInc]
SHOW CARD A7
This card shows incomes in weekly, monthly and annual amounts. Which of the groups on this card represents (your/you and your husband/wife/partner's combined) income from all these sources, before any deductions for income tax, National Insurance, etc? Just tell me the number beside the row that applies to (you/your joint incomes).
ENTER BAND NUMBER. DON'T KNOW = 96, REFUSED = 97.
Range: 1..97

IF 2 Adults in household who are not spouse/partner, or 3 or more adults in household THEN
[OthInc]

Can I check, does anyone else in the household have an income from any source?
1 Yes
2 No

IF OthInc = Yes THEN
[HHInc]

SHOW CARD A5
Thinking of the income of your household as a whole, which of the groups on this card represents the total income of the whole household before deductions for income tax, National Insurance, etc.
ENTER BAND NUMBER. DON'T KNOW = 96, REFUSED = 97.
Range: 1..97

EMPLOYMENT DETAILS OF HOUSEHOLD REFERENCE PERSON1

1 The questions used to establish economic activity of the household reference person changed in 2012.

In the last week (that is the 7 days ending date last Sunday) were you doing any of the following, even if only for one hour?
INTERVIEWER: 'Temporarily away' includes away from work ill, on maternity leave, on holiday leave and temporarily laid off (as long as there is still an employment contract). It does not include those who are laid off and no longer have an employment contract.
INTERVIEWER: Code all that apply.
1 Working as an employee (or temporarily away) [HWrkEmp]

2 On a Government sponsored training scheme (or temporarily away) [HGvtSchm]

3 Self employed or freelance (or temporarily away) [HSelfEmp]

4 Working unpaid for your own family's business (or temporarily away) [HWrkFam]

5 Doing any other kind of paid work
[HOthWrk]

6 None of the above [HNoneabv]

IF (HRP Age 16 to 64]) AND NOT (HGvtSchm) THEN
[HEducCour]

Are you at presently at school or enrolled on any full-time education course excluding leisure classes? (Include correspondence courses and open learning as well as other forms of full-time education course).
INTERVIEWER: CODE YES IF FULL-TIME STUDENT ON HOLIDAY AND WILL BE STUDYING FULL-TIME WHEN NEXT TERM STARTS.
IF RESPONDENT IS STUDYING PART-TIME CODE NO HERE.
1 Yes
2 No

IF ((HWrkFam) OR (HNoneabv)) AND NOT ((HWrkEmp) OR (HGvtSchm) OR (HSelfEmp)
OR (HOthWrk)) THEN
[HWk4Look12]

Thinking of the 4 weeks ending (date last Sunday), were you looking for any paid work or
Government training scheme at any time in those 4 weeks?
1 Yes
2 No

IF HWk4Look12 = No THEN
[HWaitJb12]

Are you waiting to take up a job that you have already obtained?
1 Yes
2 No

IF (HWk4Look12 = Yes OR HWaitJb12 = Yes) THEN
[HWk2Star12]

If a job or a place on a government scheme had been available in the week ending (date last Sunday ), would you have been able to start within 2 weeks?
1 Yes
2 No

IF (HNoneabv) AND (HWk4Look12 = No) AND (HWaitJb12 = No) THEN
[HYNotWrk]

May I just check, what was the main reason you did not look for work in the last 4 weeks?
INTERVIEWER: CODE ONE ONLY
1 Waiting for the results of an application for a job/being assessed by a training agent
2 Student
3 Looking after family/home
4 Temporarily sick or injured
5 Long-term sick or disabled
6 Believes no job available
7 Not yet started looking
8 Doesn't need employment
9 Retired from paid work
10 Any other reason

IF (HNoneabv) AND (HWaitJb12 <> Yes) THEN
[HEverJob]

Have/has you/name (Household Reference Person) ever been in paid employment or self-employed?
1 Yes
2 No

IF (HWaitJb12 = Yes) THEN
[HOthPaid]

Apart from the job you/name are waiting to take up, have you/name (Household Reference
Person)
ever been in paid employment or self-employed?
1 Yes
2 No

IF (HEverJob = Yes) OR (HOthPaid = Yes) THEN
[HPayLast]

Which year did you/name (Household Reference Person) leave your/his/her last paid job?
WRITE IN.
Numeric: 1920..2001 Decimals: 0

IF HPayLast <= 8 years ago THEN
[HPayMon]

Which month in that year did you/he/she leave?
1 January
2 February
3 March
4 April
5 May
6 June
7 July
8 August
9 September
10 October
11 November
12 December
13 Can't remember

IF (HEverJob = Yes) OR (HWaitJb12 = Yes) OR (Hwrkemp AND NOT Hnoneabv) THEN
IF NOT (Hnoneabv) THEN

[HJobTitl]*
I'd like to ask you some details about (the job you were doing last week/your most recent job/the main job you had/the job you are waiting to take up). What (is/was/will be) the name or title of the job?
Text: Maximum 60 characters

[HFtPtime]
Is/Were/Are/Will you/name (Household Reference Person) be working full-time or part-time?
(FULL-TIME = MORE THAN 30 HOURS, PART-TIME = 30 HOURS OR LESS)
1 Full-time
2 Part-time

[HWtWork]*
What kind of work do/did/does/will you/name (Household Reference Person) do most of the time?
Text: Maximum 50 characters

[HMatUsed]*
IF RELEVANT: What materials or machinery do/did/will you/name (Household Reference Person) use?
IF NONE USED, WRITE IN 'NONE'.
Text: Maximum 50 characters

[HSkilNee]*
What skills or qualifications are (were) needed for the job?
Text: Maximum 120 characters

[HEmploye]
Is/Were/Are/Will you/name (Household Reference Person) be…READ OUT…
1 an employee
2 or, self-employed?
IF IN DOUBT, CHECK HOW THIS EMPLOYMENT IS TREATED FOR TAX & NI PURPOSES.

IF HEmploye = self employed THEN
[HDirctr]

Can I just check, in this job are/were/will you/name (Household Reference Person) be a Director of a limited company?
1 Yes
2 No

IF (HEmploye = Employee) OR (HDirctr = Yes) THEN
[HEmpStat]

Are/Were/Will you/name (Household Reference Person) be a ...READ OUT...
1 manager
2 foreman or supervisor
3 or other employee?

[HNEmplee]
Including yourself/name (Household Reference Person), about how many people are/were/will be employed at the place where you/name usually work(s)/(usually worked/will work)?
1 1 or 2
2 3-24
3 25-499
4 500+

ELSEIF (HEmploye = SelfEmp) AND (HDirctr = No) THEN
[HSNEmple]

Do/Did/Will you/name (Household Reference Person) have any employees?
1 None
2 1-24
3 25-499
4 500+

IF HEmploye = Employee THEN
[HInd]
*
What does/did your/ his/her employer make or do at the place where you/name (Household Reference Person) (usually work/usually worked/will work)?
Text: Maximum 100 characters

IF HEmploye = Self Employed THEN
[HSlfWtMa]
*
What do/did/will you/name (Household Reference Person) make or do in your business?
Text: Maximum 100 characters

ASK ALL

[HRPOcc]
INTERVIEWER: Did (name of HRP) answer the occupation questions (himself/herself)?
If you code 2 here you will also need to ask (name of HRP) about (his/her) job
details when you interview (him/her) in person.

1 Yes
2 No

Individual Interview

ASK ALL (0+)
[DBCheck]
*
Can I just check that (your/name of child's) date of birth is: (date of birth from HHGrid)
INTERVIEWER: Code 1 if the date of birth is correct.
Code 2 if it is wrong.
Code 3 if the date of birth was not collected at the household grid.
1 Date of birth is correct
2 Date of birth is wrong
3 No date of birth has been collected yet

IF DBCheck = Code 2, 3 THEN
[ODoBD]
*
What is (your/name of child's) date of birth?
INTERVIEWER: Enter day, month and year of (name/child's name)'s date of birth separately.
Enter the day here.
If (name) does not know (his/her) date of birth, enter Don't know <Ctrl K> and get an estimate.
Range: 1..31

[ODoBM]*
INTERVIEWER: Code the month of (name/child's name)'s date of birth.
1 January
2 February
3 March
4 April
5 May
6 June
7 July
8 August
9 September
10 October
11 November
12 December

[ODoBY]*
INTERVIEWER: Enter year of (name/child's name)'s date of birth.
Range: 1890..2100

ASK ALL
[OwnAge]*1

1 In the final dataset the participant's age can be found in the variable [age]

So (you are/child's name is) (respondent's age)?
1 Yes
2 No

IF RESPONDENT'S AGE HAS CHANGED SINCE THE HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONNAIRE (DUE TO A BIRTHDAY)
[Birthday]*
INTERVIEWER FOR YOUR INFORMATION:
This respondent has had a birthday since you started the household questionnaire (date of HH Questionnaire).
For survey reasons the age used in this individual session is based on that date, not today's date. That is, this person will be treated as being (age at HH Questionnaire) years old and not (current age) years old.
Now press <Enter> to continue.

IF 'don't know' at ODobD, THEN
[OwnAgeE]
*
Can you tell me (your/name of child)'s age last birthday?
IF NECESSARY: What do you estimate (your/name of child)'s age to be?

IF 'don't know' at OwnAgeE AND AGE 0-15
[AgeCEst]
*
INTERVIEWER: Estimate nearest age:
1 1
2 3
3 5
4 7
5 9
6 11
7 13
8 15

IF 'don't know' at OwnAgeE AND AGE 16+
[AgeAEst]
*
INTERVIEWER: Estimate nearest age:
1 18. (ie between 16 - 19)
2 25. (ie between 20 - 29)
3 35. (ie between 30 - 39)
4 45. (ie between 40 - 49)
5 55. (ie between 50 - 59)
6 65. (ie between 60 - 69)
7 75. (ie between 70 - 79)
8 85. (ie 80+)

General Health module - (ALL)

ASK ALL (0+)
[GenHelf]

How is your health in general? Would you say it was ...READ OUT…
1 ...very good,
2 good,
3 fair,
4 bad, or
5 very bad?

[LongIl12]1
Do you have a physical or mental condition or illness lasting, or expected to last 12 months or more?
1 Yes
2 No

1 Question wording changed in 2012.

(Up to six long-standing illnesses are recorded in the program).

IF LongIl12=Yes OR More=Yes THEN
[IllCode]
* (variable names IllCode1 to IllCode6)
What (else) is the matter with you?
INTERVIEWER: RECORD FULLY. PROBE FOR DETAIL.
1 Cancer (neoplasm) including lumps, masses, tumours and growths and benign (non-malignant) lumps and cysts
2 Diabetes
3 Other endocrine/metabolic
4 Mental illness/anxiety/depression/nerves (nes)
5 Mental handicap
6 Epilepsy/fits
7 Migraine/headache
8 Other problems of nervous system
9 Cataract/poor eye sight/blindness
10 Other eye complaints
11 Poor hearing/deafness
12 Tinnitus/noises in the ear
13 Meniere's disease/ear complaints causing balance problems
14 Other ear complaints
15 Stroke/cerebral haemorrhage/cerebral thrombosis
16 Heart attack/angina
17 Hypertension/high blood pressure/blood pressure (nes)
18 Other heart problems
19 Piles/haemorrhoids incl. Varicose Veins in anus
20 Varicose veins/phlebitis in lower extremities
21 Other blood vessels/embolic
22 Bronchitis/emphysema
23 Asthma
24 Hayfever
25 Other respiratory complaints
26 Stomach ulcer/ulcer (nes)/abdominal hernia/rupture
27 Other digestive complaints (stomach, liver, pancreas, bile ducts, small intestine - duodenum, jejunum and ileum)
28 Complaints of bowel/colon (large intestine, caecum, bowel, colon, rectum
29 Complaints of teeth/mouth/tongue
30 Kidney complaints
31 Urinary tract infection
32 Other bladder problems/incontinence
33 Reproductive system disorders
34 Arthritis/rheumatism/fibrositis
35 Back problems/slipped disc/spine/neck
36 Other problems of bones/joints/muscles
37 Infectious and parasitic disease
38 Disorders of blood and blood forming organs and immunity disorders
39 Skin complaints
40 Other complaints
41 Unclassifiable
42 Complaint no longer present
99 Not answered/Refusal

(LimAct12 and More repeated for each illness mentioned at IllsM)

[LimAct12](variable names LimitAc1-LimitAc6)1
Does (name of condition) limit your activities in any way?
1 Yes, a lot
3 Yes, a little
2 Not at all

1 Additional answer categories added in 2012

[More]* (variable names More1-More6)
(Can I check) do you have any other physical or mental health condition or illness?
1 Yes
2 No

ASK 4+
[RG1512]2

Do you look after, or give any regular help or support to family members, friends, neighbours or others because of either a long-term physical, mental ill-health or disability; or problems related to old age?
INTERVIEWER: Exclude any caring that is done as part of any paid employment
1 Yes
2 No

2 Revised wording and extended age range in 2012

IF RG1512 = Yes THEN
RG16a

Who is it that you provide regular help or care for?
INTERVIEWER: Up to two people cared for.
Code the first person here.
1-12 Person numbers of household members
97 Someone outside the household

IF RG1512=1-12 or 97 THEN
[RG16b]

Who else is it that you provide regular help or care for?
INTERVIEWER: Code the second person here.
1-12 Person numbers of household members
97 Someone outside the household
98 No one else

IF CARING FOR SOMEONE OUTSIDE THE HOUSEHOLD (IF RG16a = 97 OR RG16b = 97)

[RG16c]
Who is it that you provide regular help or care for outside your household?
INTERVIEWER: Code all that apply
Parent/parent-in-law [RG16c1]
Other relative [RG16c2]
Friend/neighbour [RG16c3]
Other person [RG16c4]

[RG1712]1
SHOW CARD A9
In total, how many hours each week approximately do you spend providing any regular help or support?
INTERVIEWER: Include care provided both inside and outside the household.
: If person says that continuous care is provided then code as 50 or more hours a week
1 Up to 4 hours a week
2 5 - 19 hours a week
3 20 - 34 hours a week
4 35 - 49 hours a week
5 50 or more hours a week
6 Varies (spontaneous - not on showcard

1 Different wording and categories in 2012

[RG18]2
SHOW CARD A10
How long have you been providing this care for (him/her/them)?
Please code the longest period of care if caring for more than one person.
1 Less than one year
2 One year but less than 5 years
3 5 years but less than 10 years
4 10 years but less than 20 years
5 20 years or more

2 New question in 2012

ASK ALL 16+ who are carers (IF RG1512=Yes THEN)
[RG19]1
SHOW CARD A11
Has your employment been affected by the help or support you give the (person/people) that you currently care for in any of these ways? Please read out the numbers that apply from the card.
INTERVIEWER: CODE ALL THAT APPLY
INTERVIEWER: The question relates to the impact of caring on present employment. If unsure of how to code a particular answer code as 'other' and write in details"
Been unable to take up employment [RG191]
Worked fewer hours [RG192]
Reduced responsibility at work [RG193]
Flexible employment agreed [RG194]
Changed to work at home [RG195]
Reduced opportunities for promotion [RG196]
Took new job [RG197]
Left employment altogether [RG198]
Took early retirement [RG199]
Other (SPECIFY) [RG1910]
Employment not affected/never had a job [RG1911]

1 new question in 2012

[RG19O]*
INTERVIEWER: WRITE IN OTHER ANSWER

[RG20]2
SHOW CARD A12
What kind of support, if any, do you personally receive as a carer to help with the care that you provide?
INTERVIEWER: CODE ALL THAT APPLY
Short breaks or respite e.g.day time breaks, overnight breaks or emergency respite [RG201]
Advice and information [RG202]
Practical support (e.g. transport, equipment/adaptations) [RG203]
Counselling or emotional support [RG204]
Training and learning [RG205]
Advocacy services [RG206]
Personal assistant/ support worker/ community nurse/ home help [RG207]
Help from family, friends or neighbours [RG208]
Carer's allowance [RG209]
Other (SPECIFY) [RG2010]
Receive no help or support [RG2011]

2 new question in 2012

ASK ALL aged 4-15 who are carers (IF RG1512=Yes THEN)
[RG20b]
3
SHOW CARD A13
What kind of support, if any, do you personally receive as a carer to help with the care that you provide?
INTERVIEWER: CODE ALL THAT APPLY
Short breaks or respite e.g. day time breaks, overnight breaks or emergency respite [RG20b1]
Advice and information [RG20b2]
Practical things, e.g. putting hand rails in the bathroom, transport to a day centre [RG20b3]
Talking to someone for support, e.g. family member, friend, counsellor [RG20b4]
Having a befriender or a peer mentor [RG20b5]
Advocacy services [RG20b6]
Personal assistant/ support worker/ community nurse/ home help [RG20b7]
Help from family, friends or neighbours [RG20b8]
Help from teachers at school, e.g. talking or extra help with homework [RG20b9]
Social activities and support, e.g. young carers' groups or day trips [RG20b10]
Other (SPECIFY) [RG20b11]
Receive no help or support [RG20b12]

3 new question in 2012

IF (Other IN RG20) OR (Other in RG20b)
[RG20O]*
INTERVIEWER: WRITE IN OTHER ANSWER

ASK ALL 16+
LifeSat

SHOWCARD A8
All things considered, how satisfied are you with your life as a whole nowadays?
0. 0 - Extremely dissatisfied
1. 1
2. 2
3. 3
4. 4
5. 5
6. 6
7. 7
8. 8
9. 9
10. 10 - Extremely satisfied

MRC Respiratory Module
(Version A only)

Please note that the Rose Angina and Claudication questions have not been included in the 2012-2015 surveys.

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[Flemwint]

Do you usually bring up any phlegm from your chest, first thing in the morning in winter?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Flemwint = No or Don't know THEN
[Flemdawn]

Do you usually bring up any phlegm from your chest, during the day or at night in the winter?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Flemwint=Yes OR FlemDawn=Yes THEN
[Flemreg]

Do you bring up phlegm like this on most days for as much as three months each year?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Uphillw <> Cannot walk THEN
[Windhila]

Are you troubled by shortness of breath when hurrying on level ground or walking up a slight hill?
1. Yes
2. No
3. Never walks uphill or hurries
4. Cannot walk

IF Windhila = Yes, Never walks uphill or hurries or Don't know THEN
[WindPeer]

Do you get short of breath walking with other people of your own age on level ground?
1. Yes
2. No
3. Never walks with people of own age on level ground

IF Windpeer = Yes or No THEN
[Windpace]

Do you have to stop for breath when walking at your own pace on level ground?
1. Yes
2. No

Cardiovascular Disease and Use of Services - All Versions

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[EverBp]

Do you now have, or have you ever had...READ OUT ...high blood pressure (sometimes called hypertension)?
1. Yes
2. No

[Everangi]
Have you ever had angina?
1. Yes
2. No

[Everhart]
Have you ever had a heart attack (including myocardial infarction or coronary thrombosis)?
1. Yes
2. No

[Evermur]
And do you now have, or have you ever had...READ OUT ...a heart murmur?
1. Yes
2. No

[Everireg]
...abnormal heart rhythm?
1. Yes
2. No

[Everoht]
...any other heart trouble?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Everoht = Yes THEN
[CVDOth]
*
What is that condition? INTERVIEWER: RECORD FULLY. PROBE FOR DETAIL.
Text: Maximum 50 characters

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[Everstro]

Have you ever had a stroke?
1. Yes
2. No

[Everdi]
Do you now have, or have you ever had diabetes?
1. Yes
2. No

[COPD]
Have you ever had COPD, chronic bronchitis or emphysema?
INTERVIEWER: If asked, COPD stands for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
1 Yes
2 No

IF Everangi = Yes THEN
[DocAngi]
You said that you had angina. Were you told by a doctor that you had angina?
1. Yes
2. No

IF DocAngi = Yes THEN
[RecAngi]

Have you had angina during the past 12 months?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Everhart= Yes THEN
[Docheart]

Were you told by a doctor that you had a heart attack (including myocardial infarction or coronary thrombosis)?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Docheart = Yes THEN
[RecHeart]

Have you had a heart attack (including myocardial infarction and coronary thrombosis) during the past 12 months?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Everireg = Yes THEN
[DocIreg]

Were you told by a doctor that you had abnormal heart rhythm?
1 Yes
2 No

IF DocIreg = Yes THEN
[RecIreg]

Have you had abnormal heart rhythm during the past 12 months?
1. Yes
2. No

IF EverOht= Yes THEN
[DocOht]

Were you told by a doctor that you had (name of 'other heart condition')?
1. Yes
2. No

IF DocOht = Yes THEN
[RecOht]

Have you had (name of 'other heart condition') during the past 12 months?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Everstro = Yes THEN
[Docstro]

Were you told by a doctor that you had a stroke?
1. Yes
2. No

IF DocStro = Yes THEN
[RecStro]

Have you had a stroke during the past 12 months?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL 16+ WITH A HEART CONDITION OR WHO HAS HAD A STROKE (IF Everangi / Everhart / EverIreg/ Everoht / EverStro= Yes) THEN
[MedHeart]

Are you currently taking any medicines, tablets or pills because of your (heart condition or stroke)?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Everbp = Yes THEN
[DocNurBp]

You mentioned that you have had high blood pressure. Were you told by a doctor or nurse that you had high blood pressure?
1. Yes
2. No

IF (DocNurBp= Yes) AND (Sex = Female) THEN
[PregBP]

Can I just check, were you pregnant when you were told that you had high blood pressure?
1. Yes
2. No

IF PregBP = Yes THEN
[NoPregBp]

Have you ever had high blood pressure apart from when you were pregnant?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL 16+ WITH DOCTOR-DIAGNOSED HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE [EXCEPT WHEN PREGNANT] (IF docnurbp = Yes AND nopregbb <> No)
[medcinbp]

Are you currently taking any medicines, tablets or pills for high blood pressure?
1. Yes
2. No

IF medcinbp = No, Don't know or refused THEN
[stillbp]

ASK OR RECORD: Do you still have high blood pressure?
1. Yes
2. No

[pastabbp]
Have you ever taken medicines, tablets, or pills for high blood pressure in the past?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Adchdc = Yes THEN
[fintabc]
*
Why did you stop taking (medicines/tablets/pills) for high blood pressure? PROBE: What other reason? TAKE LAST OCCASION. CODE ALL THAT APPLY
1. Doctor advised me to stop due to: improvement [fintabc1]
2. lack of improvement [fintabc2]
3. other problem [fintabc3]
4. Respondent decided to stop: because felt better [fintabc4]
5. ... for other reason [fintabc5]
6. Other reason [fintabc6]

ASK ALL 16+ WITH DIABETES (IF Everdi = Yes THEN)
[DocInfo1]

Were you told by a doctor that you had diabetes?
1. Yes
2. No

IF (DocInfo1= Yes) AND (Sex = Female) THEN
[PregDi]

Can I just check, were you pregnant when you were told that you had diabetes?
1. Yes
2. No

IF PregDi= Yes THEN
[NoPregDi]

Have you ever had diabetes apart from when you were pregnant?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL 16+ WITH DOCTOR-DIAGNOSED DIABETES [EXCEPT WHEN PREGNANT]
(IF DocInfo1= Yes AND NoPregDi<> No)
[AgeInfo1]

(Apart from when you were pregnant, approximately/Approximately) how old were you when you were first told by a doctor that you had diabetes? ENTER AGE IN YEARS
Range: 0..110

[Insulin]
Do you currently inject insulin for diabetes?
1. Yes
2. No

[MedcinDi]
Are you currently taking any medicines, tablets or pills (other than insulin injections) for diabetes?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL 16+ WITH A HEART MURMUR (IF Evermur = Yes)
[Murdoc]

You mentioned that you have had a heart murmur. Were you told by a doctor that you had a heart murmur?
1. Yes
2. No

IF (Murdoc = Yes) AND (Sex = Female) THEN
[PregMur]

Can I just check, were you pregnant when you were told that you had a heart murmur?
1. Yes
2. No

IF PregMur = Yes THEN
[PregMur1]

Have you ever had a heart murmur apart from when you were pregnant?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL 16+ WITH DOCTOR-DIAGNOSED HEART MURMUR [EXCEPT WHEN PREGNANT] (IF MurDoc= Yes AND PregMur1 <> No)
[Murrec]

Have you had a heart murmur during the past twelve months?
1 Yes
2 No

[Murpill]
Are you currently taking any medicines, tablets or pills because of your heart murmur?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL 16+ WITH COPD (IF COPD= Yes)

[COPDDoct]
You mentioned that you had COPD, chronic bronchitis or emphysema. Did a doctor tell you that you had this?
INTERVIEWER: If asked, COPD stands for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.
1. Yes
2. No

IF COPDDoct = Yes
[COPDSpir]

Did your doctor do a spirometry test (a test measuring how much air you could blow into a machine)?
1. Yes
2. No

IF COPD=YES
[COPDTrt]

Are you currently receiving any treatment or advice because of your COPD, chronic bronchitis or emphysema? Please include regular check-ups.
1. Yes
2. No

IF COPDTrt = Yes
[COPDOth]

SHOWCARD B2
What treatment or advice are you currently receiving because of your COPD, chronic bronchitis or emphysema?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
1. Regular check-up with GP / hospital / clinic [COPDOth1]
2. Taking medication (tablets / inhalers) [COPDOth2]
3 Advice or treatment to stop smoking [COPDOth3]
4. Using oxygen [COPDOth4]
5. Immunisations against flu / pneumococcus [COPDOth5]
6. Exercise or physical activity [COPDOth6]
7. Advice or treatment to lose weight [COPDOth7]
8.. Other [COPDOth8]

IF COPDOth = Other (COPDOth8)
[COPDOthO]
*
INTERVIEWER: Please enter other treatment or advice.

ASK ALL 16+ WITH A CVD CONDITION, DIABETES OR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (IF Yes at any of: EverBpto EverDi)
[DocTalk]

During the 2 weeks ending yesterday, apart from any visit to a hospital, have you talked to a doctor on your own behalf, either in person or by telephone?
EXCLUDE CONSULTATIONS MADE ON BEHALF OF OTHERS
1. Yes
2. No

IF DocTalk = Yes THEN
[DocNum]

How many times have you talked to a doctor in these 2 weeks?
Range: 0..14

[Consul]
(Were any of these consultations/Was this consultation) about your (heart condition, high blood pressure, diabetes or stroke)...READ OUT...
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
1. No [Consul1]
2. Yes, about: high blood pressure [Consul2]
3. Angina [Consul3]
4. Heart attack [Consul4]
5. Heart murmur [Consul5]
6. Abnormal heart rhythm [Consul6]
7. Other heart trouble [Consul7]
8. Stroke [Consul8]
9. Diabetes [Consul9]

IF DocTalk = No or refused
[LastDoc]

Apart from any visit to a hospital, when was the last time you talked to a doctor on your own behalf?
PROMPT
1. Less than two weeks ago
2. 2 weeks ago but less than a month ago
3. 1 month ago but less than 3 months ago
4. 3 months ago but less than 6 months ago
5. 6 months ago but less than a year ago
6. A year or more ago
7. Never consulted a doctor

If LastDoc=2 weeks … A year ago or more (2-6)
[ConCon]

(Were any of these consultations/Was that consultation) about your (heart condition or stroke)?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
1. No [ConCon1]
2. Yes, about: high blood pressure [ConCon2]
3. Angina [ConCon3]
4. Heart attack [ConCon4]
5. Heart murmur [ConCon5]
6. Abnormal heart rhythm [ConCon6]
7. Other heart trouble [ConCon7]
8. Stroke [ConCon8]
9. Diabetes [ConCon9]
ASK ALL 16+ WITH A CVD CONDITION, DIABETES OR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (IF Yes at any of: EverBp to EverDi)
[OutPat]

During the last 12 months, that is since (date a year ago), did you attend hospital as an out-patient, day-patient or casualty?
1. Yes
2. No

IF OutPat = Yes THEN
[WhyOutP]

Was this because of your (heart condition, high blood pressure, diabetes or stoke)?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL 16+ WITH A CVD CONDITION, DIABETES OR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (IF Yes at any of: EverBp to EverDi)
[InPat]

During the last 12 months, that is since (date a year ago), have you been in hospital as an in-patient, overnight or longer?
1. Yes
2. No

IF InPat = Yes
[WhyInp]

Was this because of your (heart condition, high blood pressure, diabetes or stroke)?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL 16+ WHO DO NOT HAVE A CVD CONDITION, DIABETES OR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (IF No at ALL of: EverBp to EverDi) AND ALL CHILDREN1
[DocTalkN]

During the 2 weeks ending yesterday, apart from any visit to a hospital, have you talked to a doctor on your own behalf, either in person or by telephone?
1. Yes
2. No

1 Respondents with COPD but no other CVD condition, diabetes or high blood pressure are also asked these questions.

IF DocTalkN = Yes THEN
[DocNumN]

How many times have you talked to a doctor in these 2 weeks?
Range: 0..14

IF DocTalkN = No
[LastDocN]

Apart from any visit to a hospital, when was the last time you talked to a doctor on your own behalf?
PROMPT
1. Less than two weeks ago
2. 2 weeks ago but less than a month ago
3. 1 month ago but less than 3 months ago
4. 3 months ago but less than 6 months ago
5. 6 months ago but less than a year ago
6. A year or more ago
7. Never consulted a doctor

ASK ALL 16+ WHO DO NOT HAVE A CVD CONDITION, DIABETES OR HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE (IF No at ALL of: EverBp-EverDi) AND ALL CHILDREN1
[OutPatN]

During the last 12 months, that is since (date a year ago), did you attend hospital as an out-patient, day-patient or casualty?
1. Yes
2. No

1 Respondents with COPD but no other CVD condition, diabetes or high blood pressure are also asked these questions.

[InPatN]
During the last 12 months, that is since (date a year ago) have you been in hospital as an in-patient, overnight or longer?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL 16+
[HNotAsk]

Can I check, do you have any other health problems that I have not asked you about?
1. Yes
2. No

IF HNotAsk=Yes THEN
[HNoTWhat]
*
What are these health problems?
DO NOT PROBE
Text: 100 characters

Asthma Module

ASK ALL AGED 0+
[EverW]

I am now going to ask you some questions about your breathing.
Have you ever had wheezing or whistling in the chest at any time, either now or in the past?
1. Yes
2. No

VERSION A ONLY 0+ WHO HAVE EVER WHEEZED (IF EverW = Yes)
[NoCol]

Have you ever had this wheezing or whistling when you did not have a cold?
1. Yes
2. No

ALL 0+ WHO HAVE EVER WHEEZED (IF EverW = Yes)
[TweWz]

Have you ever had wheezing or whistling in the chest in the last 12 months?
1. Yes
2. No

VERSION A ONLY AGED 0+ WHO'VE WHEEZED IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS (IF TweWz=Yes)
[Attak]

How many attacks of wheezing/whistling have you had in the last 12 months?
IF DON'T KNOW, OBTAIN ESTIMATE.
PROMPT IF REQUIRED:
1. 1 to 3
2. 4 to 12
3. More than 12 attacks

[SleTw]
In the last 12 months, how often on average has your sleep been disturbed due to wheezing/whistling? Have you ...READ OUT...
INTERVIEWER: If DK obtain estimate.
1. ...never woken with wheezing,
2. woken less than 1 night per week,
3. woken one or more nights per week?

[NaDLi]
In the last 12 months, how much did wheezing/whistling interfere with your normal daily activities ...READ OUT...
1. ...not at all,
2. a little,
3. quite a bit,
4. or a lot?

VERSION A ONLY 0+ WHO HAVE EVER WHEEZED (IF EverW = Yes)
[RecAtW]

When was your most recent attack of wheezing/whistling?
PROMPT IF NECESSARY.
1. Less than 4 weeks ago
2. More than 4 weeks but within the last 12 months
3. One to five years ago
4. More than 5 years ago

ASK ALL 0+
[ConDr]

Did a doctor ever tell you that you had asthma?
PLEASE EXCLUDE ADVICE FROM HOMEOPATHS, ETC.
1. Yes
2. No

Adult physical activity module (16+)

ASK ALL AGED 16+

[Work]
I'd like to ask you about some of the things you have done in the past four weeks that involve physical activity, this could be at work (school)college or in your free time. (Can I just check) were you in paid employment or self-employed in the past four weeks?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Work = Yes THEN
[Active]

Thinking about your job in general would you say that you are ...READ OUT..
1. ...very physically active,
2. ...fairly physically active,
3. ...not very physically active,
4. ...or, not at all physically active in your job?

[MainSit]
When you are at work are you mainly sitting down, standing up or walking about?
1. Sitting down
2. Standing up",
3. Walking about",
4. Equal time spent doing 2 or more of these

On an average work day in the last four weeks, how much time did you usually spend sitting down?1
INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT WAS ON HOLIDAY OR UNABLE TO WORK ON ANY DAYS IN THE LAST FOUR WEEKS, ASK THEM TO REPORT THE AVERAGE NUMBER OF HOURS ON THOSE DAYS THEY WORKED.

1 New question for 2012

[WrkAct3H]
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION

[WrkAct3M]
ENTER NUMBER OF MINUTES. IF AN EXACT HOUR, ENTER 0 FOR MINUTES (0..59)

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[Housewrk]

I'd like you to think about the physical activities you have done in the last few weeks (when you were not doing your paid job.) Have you done any housework in the past four weeks, that is from (date four weeks ago) up to yesterday?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Housewrk = Yes THEN
[HWrkList]

SHOW CARD E1
Have you done any housework listed on this card?
1. Yes
2. No

[HevyHWrk]
SHOW CARD E2
Some kinds of housework are heavier than others. This card gives some examples of heavy housework. It does not include everything, these are just examples. Was any of the housework you did in the last four weeks this kind of heavy housework?
1. Yes
2. No

IF HevyHWrk = Yes THEN
[HeavyDay]

During the past four weeks on how many days have you done this kind of heavy housework?
Range: 1..28

[HrsHHW]
On the days you did heavy housework, how long did you usually spend?
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION; Range: 0..12

[MinHHW]
RECORD MINUTES SPENT ON HEAVY HOUSEWORK.
Range: 0..59

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[Garden]

Have you done any gardening, DIY or building work in the past four weeks, that is since (date four weeks ago)?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Garden = Yes THEN
[GardList]

SHOW CARD E3
Have you done any gardening, DIY or building work listed on this card?
1. Yes
2. No

[ManWork]
SHOW CARD E4
Have you done any gardening, DIY or building work from this other card, or any similar heavy manual work?
1. Yes
2. No

IF ManWork = Yes THEN
[ManDays]

During the past 4 weeks on how many days have you done this kind of heavy manual gardening or DIY?
Range: 1..28

[HrsDIY]
On the days you did heavy manual gardening or DIY, how long did you usually spend?
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.
Range: 0..12

[MinDIY]
RECORD MINUTES SPENT ON GARDENING OR DIY.
Range: 0..59

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[Wlk5Int]

I'd like you to think about all the walking you have done in the past 4 weeks either locally or away from here. Please include any country walks, walking to and from work and any other walks that you have done. In the past four weeks, that is since (date four weeks ago), have you done a continuous walk that lasted at least 5 minutes?
1. Yes
2. No
3. Can't walk at all

IF Wlk5Int = Yes THEN
[Wlk10M]

In the past four weeks, have you done a continuous walk that lasted at least 10 minutes? (That is since (date four weeks ago))
1. Yes
2. No

IF Wlk10M = Yes THEN
[DayWlk10]

During the past four weeks, on how many days did you do a continuous walk of at least 10 minutes? (That is since (date four weeks ago))
IF THEY WALKED EVERYDAY ENTER 28
Range: 1..28

[Day1Wk10]
On that day (any of those days) did you do more than one continuous walk lasting at least 10 minutes?
1. Yes, more than one walk of 10+ mins (on at least one day)
2. No, only one walk of 10+ mins a day

IF (DayWlk10 in 2..28) AND (Day1Wk10 = Yes) THEN
[Day2Wk10]

On how many days in the last four weeks did you do more than one walk that lasted at least 10 minutes?
Range: 1..28

IF Wlk10M = Yes THEN
[HrsWlk10]

How long did you usually spend walking each time you did a continuous walk for 10 minutes or more?
INTERVIEWER: IF VERY DIFFERENT LENGTHS, PROBE FOR MOST REGULAR.
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR.
RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.
Range: 0..12

[MinWlk10]
INTERVIEWER: RECORD HERE MINUTES SPENT WALKING.
Range: 0..59

IF Wlk5Int = Yes THEN
[WalkPace]

Which of the following best describes your usual walking pace ...READ OUT...
1. ...a slow pace,
2. ...a steady average pace,
3. ...a fairly brisk pace,
4. ...or, a fast pace - at least 4 mph?
5. (none of these)

IF (Wlk15M = Yes) AND (Age>= 65) THEN
[WalkEff]
1
During the past four weeks, was the effort of walking for 10 minutes or more usually enough to make you breathe faster, feel warmer, or sweat?
1. Yes
2. No

1 New question for 2012

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[ActPhy]

SHOW CARD E5
Can you tell me if you have done any activities on this card during the last 4 weeks, that is since (date four weeks ago)? Include teaching, coaching, training and practice sessions.
1. Yes
2. No

IF ActPhy = Yes THEN
[WhtAct]

Which have you done in the last four weeks? PROBE: Any others?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
1. Swimming [WhtAct01]
2. Cycling [WhtAct02]
3. Workout at a gym/Exercise bike/ Weight training [WhtAct03]
4. Aerobics/Keep fit/Gymnastics/ Dance for fitness [WhtAct04]
5. Any other type of dancing [WhtAct05]
6. Running/ Jogging [WhtAct06]
7. Football/ Rugby [WhtAct07]
8. Badminton/ Tennis [WhtAct08]
9. Squash [WhtAct09]
10. Exercises (e.g. press-ups, sit ups) [WhtAct10]

[WhtAcB]1
SHOW CARD E6
And have you done any of the activities on this card in the last four weeks? Please just tell me the numbers
0 - No - none of these [WhtAcB0]
1 - Bowls [WhtAcB01]
2 - Fishing/angling [WhtAcB02]
3 - Golf [WhtAcB03]
4 - Hillwalking/rambling [WhtAcB04]
5 - Snooker/billiards/pool [WhtAcB05]
6 - Aqua-robics/aquafit/exercise class in water [WhtAcB06]
7 - Yoga/pilates [WhtAcB07]
8 - Athletics [WhtAcB08]
9 - Basketball [WhtAcB09]
10 - Canoeing/Kayaking [WhtAcB10]
11 - Climbing [WhtAcB11]
12 - Cricket [WhtAcB12]
13 - Curling [WhtAcB13]
14 - Hockey [WhtAcB14]
15 - Horse riding [WhtAcB15]
16 - Ice skating [WhtAcB16]
17 - Martial arts including Tai Chi [WhtAcB17]
18 - Netball [WhtAcB18]
19 - Powerboating/jet skiing [WhtAcB19]
20 - Rowing [WhtAcB20]
21 - Sailing/windsurfing [WhtAcB21]
22 - Shinty [WhtAcB22]
23 - Skateboarding/inline skating [WhtAcB23]
24 - Skiing/snowboarding [WhtAcB24]
25 - Subaqua [WhtAcB25]
26 - Surfing/body boarding [WhtAcB26]
27 - Table tennis [WhtAcB27]
28 - Tenpin bowling [WhtAcB28]
29 - Volleyball [WhtAcB29]
30 - Waterskiing [WhtAcB30]

1 New question for 2012

ASK ALL AGED 16+
REPEAT FOR UP TO 6 ADDITIONAL SPORTS, WHEN ANSWER YES AT EACH SUCCESSIVE 'OTHER ACTIVITY' VARIABLE OActQ11 to OActQ16
[OactQ]
* ( Variable names: OActQ11-OActQ16)
Have you done any other sport or exercise not listed on the card?
1. Yes
2. No

IF OActQ = Yes THEN
WHTACT11 - WHT16
1

1 Up to 6 other activities can be recorded. These are then assigned a code in the office.

For each activity, a set of questions about number of days/hours/minute and effort was asked:
[swimocc to wskiocc]
Can you tell me on how many separate days did you do (name of activity) for at least 10 minutes a time during the past four weeks, that is since (date four weeks ago)?
IF ONLY DONE FOR LESS THAN 10 MINUTES ENTER 0.
Range: 0..28

[swimhrs to wskihrs]
How much time did you usually spend doing (name of activity) on each day? (Only count times you did it for at least 10 minutes).
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW.
ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR.
RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.
Range: 0..12

[swimmin to wskimin]
INTERVIEWER: RECORD MINUTES HERE.
Range: 0..59

[swimeff to wskieff]
During the past four weeks, was the effort of (name of activity) usually enough to make you out of breath or sweaty?
1. Yes
2. No

For certain activities an additional question was asked to identify whether the activity could be classed as muscle strengthening.

IF WhtAct, WhtAcB or OactQ = cycling, workout at a gym, aerobics, any other type of dancing, running/jogging, football/rugby, badminton/tennis, squash, exercises, ten pin bowling, yoga/pliates, aquarobics/aquafit, martial arts/Tai Chi, basketball, netball, lawn bowls, golf, hill walking/rambling, cricket, hockey, curling, ice skating, shinty, surf/body boarding, volleyball THEN

[cyclemus to Vollmus]1
During the past four weeks, was the effort of (name of activity) usually enough to make your muscles feel some tension, shake or feel warm?
1. Yes
2. No

1 New question for 2012

IF WhtAct = Exercises (e.g. press-ups, sit-ups) AND (Age>=65) THEN
[ExMov]
2
Did these exercises involve you standing up and moving about?
1. Yes
2. No

2 New question for 2012

VERSION A ONLY
[REASSPRT]
3

3 New question for 2012

SHOW CARD E7
I would like to ask you some more detail about the last time you did (activity/activities). What were your reasons for doing it/them?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
To keep fit (not just to lose weight) [REASSPRT]
To lose weight [REASSPR2]
To take children [REASSPR3]
To meet with friends [REASSPR4]
To train/ take part in a competition [REASSPR5]
To improve my performance [REASSPR6]
Just enjoy it [REASSPR7]
To help with my injury or disability [REASSPR8]
Part of my voluntary work [REASSPR9]
To walk the dog [REASSP10]
For health reasons / to improve health [REASSP11]
Other (RECORD AT NEXT QUESTION) [REASSP12]

REASSPRTO
INTERVIEWER: WRITE IN OTHER ANSWER GIVEN
[MREASSPRT]4

4 New question for 2012

SHOWCARD E7
And which of these was your main reason?
1. To keep fit (not just to lose weight
2. To lose weight
3. To take children
4. To meet with friends
5. To train/ take part in a competition
6. To improve my performance
7. Just enjoy it
8. To help with my injury or disability
9. Part of my voluntary work
10. To walk the dog
11. For health reasons / to improve health
12. Other (RECORD AT NEXT QUESTION)

[MREASSPRTO]*
INTERVIEWER: WRITE IN OTHER ANSWER GIVEN

VERSION A ONLY
[Barsprt]
1

1 New question for 2012

SHOW CARD E8
Looking at this card, are there any particular reasons why you haven't done any/more sport in the last 4 weeks?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
It costs too much [Barsprt1]
No one to do it with [Barsprt2]
Never occurred to me [Barsprt3]
Not really interested [Barsprt4]
Fear of injury [Barsprt5]
I wouldn't enjoy it [Barsprt6]
Health isn't good enough [Barsprt7]
I might feel uncomfortable or out of place [Barsprt8]
Changing facilities are not good enough [Barsprt9]
Not enough information on what is available [Barspr10]
It's difficult to find the time [Barspr11]
I already do enough [Barspr12]
Other (RECORD AT NEXT QUESTION) [Barspr13]
No reason [Barspr14]

[BarsprtO]*
INTERVIEWER: WRITE IN OTHER ANSWER GIVEN.

[Barspmai]2

2 New question for 2012

SHOWCARD E8
And which of these was your main reason?
1. It costs too much
2. No one to do it with
3. Never occurred to me
4. Not really interested
5. Fear of injury
6. I wouldn't enjoy it
7. Health isn't good enough
8. I might feel uncomfortable or out of place
9. Changing facilities are not good enough
10. Not enough information on what is available
11. It's difficult to find the time
12. I already do enough
13. Other

ASK ALL AGE 16+
[TVWeek]
Thinking first of weekdays, that is Monday to Friday, how much time on an average day do you spend watching TV or another type of screen such as a computer, game boy, or video game? Please do not include any time spent in front of a screen while at nursery or school.
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR OR NEVER WATCHES SCREEN. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.
Range: 0..12
[MinTVWk]
RECORD MINUTES HERE.
Range: 0..59

[WkSit2H]1
And how much time on an average weekday do you spend sitting down doing any other activity, such as eating a meal, reading, or listening to music or [if over 65] napping in a chair Please do not include time spent doing these activities while at work.
INTERVIEWER: OTHER EXAMPLES OF THESE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE SNACKING, STUDYING, DRAWING, DOING PUZZLES/CROSSWORDS ETC. DO NOT COUNT TIME TWICE E.G. IF THEY WATCH TV AND EAT, INCLUDE THAT HERE OR AT PREVIOUS QUESTION - NOT BOTH.
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION: 0..24

1 New question for 2012

[WkSit2M]
RECORD MINUTES HERE:0..59

[TVWkEnd]2
Now thinking of the weekend, that is Saturday and Sunday, how much time on an average day do you spend watching TV or another type of screen (such as a computer, game boy, or video game)? Again, please do not include any time spent in front of a screen while at nursery or school.
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR OR NEVER WATCHES SCREEN. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.
Range: 0..12

2 New question for 2012

[MinTvWe]
RECORD MINUTES HERE.
Range: :0..59

[WESit2H]
And how much time on an average weekend day (that is Saturday and Sunday) do you spend sitting down doing any other activity, such as eating a meal, reading, or or listening to music or [if over 65] napping in a chair. Please do not include time spent doing these activities while at work.
INTERVIEWER: OTHER EXAMPLES OF THESE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE SNACKING, STUDYING, DRAWING, DOING PUZZLES/CROSSWORDS ETC. DO NOT COUNT TIME TWICE E.G. IF THEY WATCH TV AND EAT, INCLUDE THAT HERE OR AT PREVIOUS QUESTION - NOT BOTH.
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.: 0..24

[WESit2M]
RECORD MINUTES HERE. 0..59

Child physical activity module (2-15)

ASK IF RESPONDENT IS 4 or 5 YEARS OLD
[ChSch]
Can I just check, is (name of child) at school in Primary 1 yet?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL AGED 2-15
[Wlk5Ch]

Now I'd like to ask you about some of the things (you/name of child) (have/has) done in the last week. By last week I mean last (day seven days ago) up to yesterday. In the last week, (have you/has he/she) done a continuous walk that lasted at least 5 minutes (not counting things done as part of school lessons)?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Wlk5Ch = Yes THEN
[DwlkChb]

On how many days in the last week did (you/name of child) do a continuous walk that lasted at least 5 minutes (not counting things done as part of school lessons)?
1. One day
2. Two days
3. Three days
4. Four days
5. Five days
6. Six days
7. Every day

[DayWlkT]
SHOW CARD F1
On each day that (you/name of child) did a walk like this for at least 5 minutes, how long did (you/he/she) spend walking altogether? Please give an answer from this card
INTERVIEWER NOTE: COUNT TOTAL TIME SPENT WALKING. SO TWO WALKS OF 10 MINUTES EACH = 20 MINUTES WALKING
(1 Less than five minutes)
2. 5 minutes, less than 15 minutes
3. 15 minutes, less than 30 minutes
4. 30 minutes, less than 1 hour
5. 1 hour, less than 1½ hours
6. 1½ hours, less than 2 hours
7. 2 hours, less than 2½ hours
8. 2½ hours, less than 3 hours
9. 3 hours, less than 3½ hours
10. 3½ hours, less than 4 hours
11. 4 hours or more (please specify how long)

(The answer options used at DayWlkT, on show card F1, are used repeatedly in the child physical activity module. Further mentions of show card F1 will not, therefore, list out the options in full).

IF DayWlkT = 4 hours or more THEN
[WlkHrs]

How long did (you/name of child) spend walking on each day?
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION
Range: 4..12

[WlkMin]
RECORD HERE MINUTES SPENT WALKING.
Range: 0..59

ASK ALL AGED 13-15
[ChPace]

Which of the following describes your usual walking pace ... READ OUT ...
1 ... a slow pace,
2 ... a steady average pace,
3 ... a fairly brisk pace,
4 ... or, a fast pace - at least 4 mph?
5 (None of these)

ASK ALL AGED 8-15
[HWkCh]

In the last week (have you/has name of child) done any housework or gardening which involved pulling or pushing, like hoovering, cleaning a car, mowing grass or sweeping up leaves for at least 15 minutes a time?
1 Yes
2 No

IF HWkCh = Yes THEN
[DHWkCh]

On how many days in the last week (have you/has name of child) done any housework or gardening of this type for at least 15 minutes a time?
1. One day
2. Two days
3. Three days
4. Four days
5. Five days
6. Six days
7. Every day

[THWk] (See question [DayWlkT] for full listing of answer options on card F1)
SHOW CARD F1AGAIN
On each day that (you/name of child) did any housework or gardening of this type for at least 15 minutes a time, how long did (you/he/she) spend?
Please give an answer from this card.

IF THWk = 4 hours or more THEN
[HWkHrs]

How long did (you/name of child) spend doing housework or gardening on each day?
RECORD HOURS SPEND BELOW. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION. Range: 4..12

[HwkMin]
RECORD HERE MINUTES SPENT DOING HOUSEWORK/GARDENING.
Range: 0..59

ASK ALL AGED 2-15
[Sport]
*
I would now like to ask (you/name of child) about any sports or exercise activities that (you have/name of child has) done. I will then go on to ask about other active things (you/ name of child) may have done like running about, riding a bike, kicking a ball around and things like that. For the following questions please (include any activities done at a nursery or playgroup/don't count any activities done as part of school lessons).

[Spt1ch]
SHOW CARD F2
In the last week, that is last (day 7 days ago) up to yesterday, have/has (you/name of child) done any sports or exercise activities (not counting things done as part of school lessons)? This card shows some of the things (you/he/she) might have done; please also include any other sports or exercise activities like these.
INTERVIEWER: DO NOT COUNT ANYTHING DONE TODAY.
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL AGED 2-15 WHO DID SOME SPORT IN THE PAST 7 DAYS (IF SportDo = Yes)
[WESpDo]

Did (you/he/she) do any of these sports or exercise activities at the weekend, that is last Saturday and Sunday (yesterday and last Sunday)?
1. Yes
2. No

IF WEspDo = Yes THEN
[DWeSpCh]

Was that on Saturday or Sunday or on both days?
1. Saturday only
2. Sunday only
3. Both Saturday and Sunday

[LweSp] (See question [DayWlkT] for full listing of answer options on card F1)
SHOW CARD F1
On (Saturday/Sunday/Saturday and Sunday) when (you/name of child) did these sports or exercise activities, how long did (you/he/she) spend (on each day)? Please give an answer from this card.
INTERVIEWER: IF IT VARIED, TAKE AVERAGE

IF WeSpor = 4 hours or more THEN
[WeSpH]

How long did (you/name of child) spend doing these sports or exercise activities?
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.
Range: 4..12

[WeSpM]
RECORD HERE MINUTES SPEND DOING SPORTS OR EXERCISE ACTIVITIES.
Range: 0..59

ASK ALL AGED 2-15 WHO DID SOME SPORT IN THE PAST 7 DAYS (IF SportDo = Yes)
[DaySpCh]

Still thinking about last week. On how many of the weekdays did (you/name of child) do any of these sports or exercise activities? (Please remember not to count things done as part of school lessons)
0. None in last week
1. 1 day
2. 2 days
3. 3 days
4. 4 days
5. 5 days

IF DaySpCh = 1 day to 5 days THEN
[LWkSp]
(See question [DayWlkT] for full listing of answer options on card F1)
SHOW CARD F1AGAIN
On each weekday that (you/he/she) did these sports or exercise activities, how long did (you/he/she) spend? Please give an answer from this card.

IF LWkSp = 4 hours or more THEN
[WkSpH]

How long did you spend doing these sports or exercise activities on each weekday?
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION
Range: 4..12

[WkSpM]
RECORD HERE MINUTES SPENT DOING SPORTS OR EXERCISE ACTIVITIES
Range: 0..59

ASK ALL AGE 2-15
[WeActCh]

SHOW CARD F3
Now I would like to know about when (you/name of child) do/does active things, like the things on this card or other activities like these. Did (you/he/she) do any active things like these at the weekend, that is last Saturday and Sunday (yesterday and last Sunday)?
INTERVIEWER NOTE: DO NOT INCLUDE ANY ACTIVITIES ALREADY COVERED UNDER SPORTS AND EXERCISE ACTIVITIES
1. Yes
2. No

IF WeActCh = Yes THEN
[DWEAct]

Was that on Saturday or Sunday or on both days?
1. Saturday only
2. Sunday only
3. Both Saturday and Sunday

[LWeAct] (See question [DayWlkT] for full listing of answer options on card F1)
SHOW CARD F1 AGAIN
On (Saturday/Sunday/Saturday and Sunday) when (you/name of child) did active things like these, how long did (you/he/she) spend (on each day)? Please give an answer from this card.
INTERVIEWER: IF IT VARIED, TAKE AVERAGE

IF LWeAct = 4 hours or more THEN
[WeActH]

How long did (you/name of child) spend doing active things like these?
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.
Range: 4..12

[WeActM]
RECORD HERE MINUTES SPENT DOING ACTIVE THINGS LIKE THESE
Range: 0..59

ASK ALL AGE 2-15
[WkActCh]

SHOW CARD F3 AGAIN
Still thinking about last week. On how many of the weekdays did (you/name of child) do active things, like the things on this card or other activities like these (not counting things done as part of school lessons)?
INTERVIEWER NOTE: DO NOT INCLUDE ANY ACTIVITIES ALREADY COVERED UNDER SPORTS AND EXERCISE ACTIVITIES
0. None in last week
1 1 day
2 2 days
3 3 days
4 4 days
5 5 days

IF WkActCh = 1 day to 5 days THEN
[LWkAct]
(See question [DayWlkT] for full listing of answer options on card F1)
SHOW CARD F1AGAIN
On each weekday that (you/name of child) did active things like these, how long did (you/he/she) spend? Please give an answer from this card.

IF LWkAct = 4 hours or more THEN
[WkActH]

How long did (you/name of child) spend doing active things like these on each weekday?
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION
Range: 4..12

[WkActM]
RECORD HERE MINUTES SPENT DOING ACTIVE THINGS LIKE THESE.
Range: 0..59

ASK ALL AGE 2-15
[DaysTot]

Now thinking about all the activities during the past week you have just told me about including any walking, (gardening, housework,) sports or other active things. On how many days in the last week in total did (you/name of child) do any of these activities (not counting things done as part of school lessons)?
0. None
1. One day
2. Two days
3. Three days
4. Four days
5. Five days
6. Six days
7. Every day

SCHOOL BASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

ASK IF AGED 5-15 OR IF AGED 4 AND IS AT SCHOOL
[SchAct]

I would now like to ask about any activities such as walking, sports, exercise or other active things that (you/child's name) have/has done in the last week whilst in a lesson at school.
Did (you/child's name) do any activities (walking, sports, exercise or other active things) in any lessons whilst at school last week?
1. Yes
2. No

IF SchAct=Yes THEN
[SchDays]
On how many days in the last week did (you/child's name) do any activities (walking, sports, exercise or other active things) in lessons at school?
1. 1 day
2. 2 days
3. 3 days
4. 4 days
5. 5 days
6. 6 days
7. 7 days

[SchTime]
SHOW CARD F1 AGAIN
On each day that (you/child's name) did something active (walking, sports, exercise or other active things) in lessons at school, how long did (you/he/she) spend doing it?
Please give an answer from this card.
1. Less than 5 minutes
2. 5 minutes, less than 15 minutes
3. 15 minutes, less than 30 minutes
4. 30 minutes, less than 1 hour
5. 1 hour, less than 1 ½ hours
6. 1 ½ hours, less than 2 hours
7. 2 hours, less than 2 ½ hours
8. 2 ½ hours, less than 3 hours
9. 3 hours, less than 3 ½ hours
10. 3 ½ hours, less than 4 hours
11. 4 hours or more (please say how long)

IF SchTime = 4 hours or more THEN
[SchTmH]

How long did (you/child's name) spend doing active things in lessons at school on each day?
INTERVIEWER: RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW
RECORD MINUTES AT THE NEXT QUESTION
Range: 4..12

[SchTmM]
INTERVIEWER: RECORD MINUTES SPENT DOING ACTIVE THINGS IN LESSONS AT SCHOOL
Range: 0..59

ASK ALL 2-15
[Usual]

Were the activities (you/child's name) did last week different from what (you/he/she) would usually do for any reason?
IF YES PROBE: Would (you/child's name) usually do more physical activity or less?
1. NO - same as usual
2. YES DIFFERENT - usually do MORE
3. YES DIFFERENT - usually do LESS

ASK ALL AGED 2-15
[TVWeek2]

Thinking first of weekdays, that is Monday to Friday, how much time on an average day do/does (you/child's name) spend watching TV or another type of screen such as a computer, game boy, or video game? Please do not include any time spent in front of a screen while at nursery or school.
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR OR NEVER WATCHES SCREEN. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.
Range: 0..12

[MinTVWk2]
RECORD MINUTES HERE.
Range: 0..59

[WkSit2H2]1
And how much time on an average weekday do you spend sitting down doing any other activity, such as eating a meal, reading, or listening to music? Please do not include time spent doing these activities while at school.
INTERVIEWER: OTHER EXAMPLES OF THESE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE SNACKING, STUDYING, DRAWING, DOING PUZZLES/CROSSWORDS ETC.
DO NOT COUNT TIME TWICE E.G. IF THEY WATCH TV AND EAT, INCLUDE THAT HERE OR AT PREVIOUS QUESTION - NOT BOTH.
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION:0..24

1 New question for 2012

[WkSit2M2]
RECORD MINUTES HERE.:0..59

[TVWkEnd2]
Now thinking of the weekend, that is Saturday and Sunday, how much time on an average day do/does (you/child's name) spend watching TV or another type of screen (such as a computer, game boy, or video game)? Again, please do not include any time spent in front of a screen while at nursery or school.
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR OR NEVER WATCHES SCREEN. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.
Range: 0..12

[MinTvWe2]
RECORD MINUTES HERE.
Range: :0..59

[WESit2H2]2
And how much time on an average weekend day (that is Saturday and Sunday) do spend sitting down doing any other activity, such as eating a meal, reading, or listening to music? Please do not include time spent doing these activities while at school.
INTERVIEWER: OTHER EXAMPLES OF THESE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE SNACKING, STUDYING, DRAWING, DOING PUZZLES/CROSSWORDS ETC. DO NOT COUNT TIME TWICE E.G. IF THEY WATCH TV AND EAT, INCLUDE THAT HERE OR AT PREVIOUS QUESTION - NOT BOTH.
RECORD HOURS SPENT BELOW. ENTER 0 IF LESS THAN 1 HOUR. RECORD MINUTES AT NEXT QUESTION.": 0..24

2 New question for 2012

[WESit2M2]
RECORD MINUTES HERE. 0..59

Eating habits module (2-15) (Version A - all age 2 +)

ASK ALL AGED 2-15 AND AGED 16+ VERSION A ONLY

[UsBred08]1
What kind of bread do you usually eat? Is it ... READ OUT…
CODE ONE ONLY
INTERVIEWER: Soda Bread, Chollah = CODE 1;
Wheatgerm, Wheatmeal, Granary, Rye, German, Highbran = CODE 2
1. white
2. brown, granary, wheatmeal,
3. wholemeal
4. SPONTANEOUS: (Wholemeal/white mixture e.g. 'Best of Both')
5. SPONTANEOUS: (Does not have usual type)
6. (Does not eat any type of bread)
7. (Other type of bread that does not fit above codes)

1 The question wording and answer categories changed in 2008.

If UsBred08 =Other type of bread
[BreadOth
]*
INTERVIEWER: PLEASE SPECIFY…
Text: Maximum [90] characters

ASK ALL WHO EAT BREAD (AT UsBread08)
[BrSlice]

SHOW CARD G1
Now looking at this card, how many slices of bread, or how many rolls, do you usually eat on any one day?
INTERVIEWER: If varies, ask for an average
1. 6 a day or more
2. 4‑5 a day
3. 2‑3 a day
4. One a day
5. Less than one per day

ASK ALL AGED 2-15 AND AGED 16+ VERSION A ONLY
[Milk08]
1
What kind of milk do you usually use for drinks, in tea or coffee and on cereals?
Is it ... READ OUT…
CODE ONE ONLY
1. ...whole milk,
2. semi‑skimmed,
3. skimmed,
4. or, some other kind of milk? (TRY TO USE CODES BELOW)
5. (Soya/Rice/Oat‑based milk)
6. (Goat's milk)
7. (Infant formula milk)
8. (Does not have usual type)
9. (Does not drink milk)

1 The question wording and answer categories changed in 2008.

[Cereal08]1
Which type of breakfast cereal, including porridge, do you normally eat?
CODE ONE ONLY FROM CODING LIST 1
1. High fibre & high sugar
2. High fibre & low or no sugar
3. Low fibre & high sugar
4. Low fibre & low or no sugar
5. Other cereal not on coding list
6. SPONTANEOUS: (Does not have usual type)
7. (Does not eat breakfast cereal)

1 The question wording and answer categories changed in 2008.

IF Cereal08 = Other THEN
[CerOth]
*
PLEASE SPECIFY

IF Cereal08=1 to 6 OR DON'T KNOW
[Cereals]

SHOW CARD G2
How often do you eat breakfast cereals, including porridge?
DO NOT COUNT BREAKFAST CEREAL BARS
1. 6 or more times a day
2. 4 or 5 times a day
3. 2 to 3 times a day
4. Once a day
5. 5 or 6 times a week
6. 2 to 4 times a week
7. Once a week
8. 1 to 3 times per month
9. Less often or never

(The answer options used at Cereals, on show card G2, are used repeatedly in the eating habits module. Further mentions of show card G2 will not, therefore, list out the options in full).

ASK ALL AGED 2-15 AND AGED 16+ VERSION A ONLY
[Chips]

SHOW CARD G2
How often do you eat chips?
1. 6 or more times a day
2. 4 or 5 times a day
3. 2 to 3 times a day
4. Once a day
5. 5 or 6 times a week
6. 2 to 4 times a week
7. Once a week
8. 1 to 3 times per month
9. Less often or never

[Potatoes]
SHOW CARD G2
Other than chips, how often do you eat potatoes, pasta or rice?

[Meat03]
SHOW CARD G2
How often do you eat meat such as beef, lamb, pork etc, not including poultry?

[MeatProd]
SHOW CARD G2
How often do you eat meat products such as sausages, meat pies, bridies, corned beef, or burgers?
INTERVIEWER: INCLUDE LORNE, SLICED, AND LINKS SAUSAGES

[TFish]
SHOWCARD G2
How often do you eat canned tuna fish? Please don't count fresh or frozen tuna.

[WFish03]
SHOW CARD G2
How often do you eat white fish such as cod, haddock, whiting, sole or plaice, including fresh or frozen fish?

[FshOil03]
SHOW CARD G2
How often do you eat other types of fish such as herring, mackerel, salmon or kippers, including fresh, frozen or canned fish?
INTERVIEWER: If asked, include fresh or frozen tuna here.

[Cheese]
SHOWCARD G2
How often do you eat cheese not including cottage cheese and other reduced fat cheeses?

[Confec]
SHOW CARD G2
How often do you eat sweets or chocolates?
1. 6 or more times a day
2. 4 or 5 times a day
3. 2 to 3 times a day
4. Once a day
5. 5 or 6 times a week
6. 2 to 4 times a week
7. Once a week
8. 1 to 3 times per month
9. Less often or never

[IceCream]
SHOW CARD G2
How often do you eat ice cream?

[Crisps]
SHOW CARD G2
How often do you eat crisps or other savoury snacks?

[SoftDr]
SHOW CARD G2
How often do you drink soft drinks, not including diet or low‑calorie drinks?
INTERVIEWER: Include cans, bottles, mixers. Include flavoured water and diluting drinks as long as they are not diet or low-calorie. Do not include fresh fruit juice.

[DietDr]
SHOW CARD G2
How often do you drink diet or low‑calorie soft drinks?
INTERVIEWER: Include cans, bottles, mixers. Include diet or low-cal flavoured water or diluting drinks here. Do not include fresh fruit juice or plain water

IF (Age>=15) THEN
[MilkDr]

SHOW CARD G2
How often do you drink milk, not including milk used for tea, coffee and cereals, or in milkshakes or other flavoured milks?
INTERVIEWER: include soya / goat's milk.

ASK ALL AGED 2-15 AND AGED 16+ VERSION A ONLY
[CakesEtc]

SHOWCARD G2
How often do you eat cakes, scones, sweet pies or pastries?

[Biscuits]
SHOWCARD G2
How often do you eat biscuits?
1. 6 or more times a day
2. 4 or 5 times a day
3. 2 to 3 times a day
4. Once a day
5. 5 or 6 times a week
6. 2 to 4 times a week
7. Once a week
8. 1 to 3 times per month
9. Less often or never

ASK ALL WHO EAT BISCUITS AT LEAST ONCE A DAY (IF [Biscuits] in [1..4])
[Biscuit]

SHOW CARD G1 AGAIN
How many biscuits do you usually eat on any one day?
INTERVIEWER: If varies, ask for an average
1. 6 a day or more
2. 4‑5 a day
3. 2‑3 a day
4. One a day
5. Less than one per day

ASK ALL WHO EAT CAKES / SCONES / PIES ETC AT LEAST ONCE A DAY
[CakeScon]

SHOW CARD G1 AGAIN
How many cakes, scones, sweet pies or pastries do you usually eat on any one day?
INTERVIEWER: If varies, ask for an average
1. 6 a day or more
2. 4‑5 a day
3. 2‑3 a day
4. One a day
5. Less than one per day

Fruit and vegetable module ALL VERSIONS (2+)

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[VFInt]
*
I'd like to ask you a few questions about some of the things you ate and drank yesterday. By yesterday I mean 24 hours from midnight to midnight. First I'd like to ask you some questions about the amount of fruit and vegetables you have eaten.
1 Continue

[VegSal]
Did you eat any salad yesterday? Don't count potato, pasta or rice salad or salad in a sandwich.
INTERVIEWER: Salads made mainly from beans can either be included here or at the next question.
1. Yes
2. No

IF VegSal = Yes THEN
[VegSalQ]

How many cereal bowlsful of salad did you eat yesterday?
IF ASKED: 'Think about an average-sized cereal bowl'.
Range: 0.5 ..50.0

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[VegPul]

Did you eat any pulses yesterday? By pulses I mean lentils and all kinds of peas and beans, including chickpeas and baked beans. Don't count pulses in foods like Chilli con carne.
1. Yes
2. No

IF VegPul = Yes THEN
[VegPulQ]

SHOW CARD G3
How many tablespoons of pulses did you eat yesterday?
IF ASKED: 'Think about a heaped or full tablespoon'.
FOR INFO: An average sized can of baked beans = 10 tablespoons.
Range: 0.5.. 50.0

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[VegVeg]

Not counting potatoes, did you eat any vegetables yesterday?
Include fresh, raw, tinned and frozen vegetables.
1. Yes
2. No

IF VegVeg = Yes THEN
[VegVegQ]

SHOW CARD G3
How many tablespoons of vegetables did you eat yesterday?
IF ASKED: 'Think about a heaped or full tablespoon'.
Range: 0.5...50.0

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[VegDish]

(Apart from anything you have already told me about, did /Did) you eat any (other) dishes made mainly from vegetables or pulses yesterday, such as vegetable lasagne or vegetable curry?
Don't count vegetable soups or dishes made mainly from potatoes.
1. Yes
2. No

IF VegDish = Yes THEN
[VegDishQ]

SHOW CARD G3
How many tablespoons of vegetables or pulses did you eat (in these kinds of dishes) yesterday?
IF ASKED: 'Think about a heaped or full tablespoon'.
Range: 0.5 - 50.0

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[VegUsual]

Compared with the amount of vegetables, salads and pulses you usually eat, would you say that yesterday you ate...
...READ OUT...
1. less than usual,
2. more than usual,
3. or about the same as usual?

FrtDrk09
Did you drink any pure fruit juice yesterday? Don't count diluting juice, squashes, cordials or fruit-drinks.
INTERVIEWER: Include pure fruit juice from concentrate.
1. Yes
2. No

IF FrtDrk09 = Yes THEN
[FrtDrnkQ]

How many small glasses of pure fruit juice did you drink yesterday?
IF ASKED: 'A small glass is about a quarter of a pint'.
Range: 0.5.-.50.0

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[Frt]

Did you eat any fresh fruit yesterday? Don't count fruit salads, fruit pies, etc.
1. Yes
2. No

FrtC TO FrtMor REPEATED FOR EACH FRUIT CODED AT FrtC OR MENTIONED AT FrtOth
IF Frt = Yes (OR FrtMor = Yes)

[FrtC]* (Variable names: FrtC01-FrtC08)
What kind of fresh fruit did you eat yesterday?
INTERVIEWER: Use the Fresh Fruit Size list in the coding booklet to code the size of this fruit (common examples listed below, if in doubt use the coding booklet).
IF MORE THAN ONE KIND OF FRUIT MENTIONED, CODE ONE HERE ONLY
1. Very large fruit (e.g. melon (all types), pineapple)
2. Large fruit (e.g. grapefruit, mango)
3. Medium-sized fruit (e.g. apply, banana, orange, peach)
4. Small fruit (e.g. kiwi, plum, apricot)
5. Very small fruit (e.g. strawberry, grapes (all types))
6. Not on coding list

IF (FrtC = Very large fruit ... Very small fruit)
[FrtQ] (Variable names: FrtQ01-FrtQ08)

IF FrtC= 'Very large fruit': How many average slices of this fruit did you eat yesterday?
IF FrtC= 'Large / Medium / Small fruit': How much of this fruit did you eat yesterday?
IF FrtC= 'Very small fruit': How many average handfuls of this fruit did you eat yesterday?
Range: 0.5.-.50.0

IF (FrtC = Not on coding list)
[FrtOth (Variable names: FrtOth01-FrtOth15)

What was the name of this fruit?
Text: Maximum 50 characters

[FrtNotQ] (Variable names:FrtNot01-FrtNot15)
How much of this fruit did you eat?
Text: Maximum 50 characters

REPEAT FOR UP TO 15 ADDITIONAL FRUITS
[FrtMor]
(Variable names:FrtMor01-FrtMor15)
Did you eat any other fresh fruit yesterday?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[FrtDry]

Did you eat any dried fruit yesterday? Don't count dried fruit in cereal, cakes, etc.
1. Yes
2. No

IF FrtDry = Yes THEN
[FrtDryQ]
SHOW CARD WITH SPOON PICTURES)
SHOW CARD G3
How many tablespoons of dried fruit did you eat yesterday?
IF ASKED: 'Think about a heaped or full tablespoon'.
Range: 0.5.-.50.0

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[FrtFroz]

Did you eat any frozen or tinned fruit yesterday?
1. Yes
2. No

IF FrtFroz = Yes THEN
[FrtFrozQ]
SHOW CARD WITH SPOON PICTURES)
SHOW CARD G3
How many tablespoons of frozen or tinned fruit did you eat yesterday?
IF ASKED: 'Think about a heaped or full tablespoon'.
Range: 0.5.-.50.0

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[FrtDish]

(Apart from anything you have already told me about,) Did you eat any (other) dishes made mainly from fruit yesterday, such as fruit salad or fruit pie? Don't count fruit in yoghurts.
1. Yes
2. No

IF FrtDish = Yes THEN
[FrtDishQ]

SHOW CARD G3
How many tablespoons of fruit did you eat (in these kinds of dishes) yesterday?
IF ASKED: 'Think about a heaped or full tablespoon'.
Range: 0.5.-.50.0

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[FrtUsual]

Compared with the amount of fruit and fruit juice you usually eat and drink, would you say that yesterday you ate and drank...
...READ OUT...
1. less than usual,
2. more than usual,
3. or about the same as usual?

Vitamin supplements

ASK ALL

[VitTake]
At present, are you taking any vitamins, fish oils, iron supplements, calcium, other minerals or anything else to supplement your diet or improve your health, other than those prescribed by your doctor?
INTERVIEWER: ONLY INCLUDE SUPPLEMENTS WHICH ARE TAKEN OVER A LONG PERIOD OF TIME. DO NOT INCLUDE ANYTHING TAKEN ON A MORE TEMPORARY BASIS. E.G. TO CURE A COLD.
1. Yes
2. No

IF AGE 18-49 AND SEX= female THEN

[PregNTJ]
Can I check, are you pregnant at the moment?
1. Yes
2. No

[Folic]
At present, are you taking any folic acid supplements such as Solgar folic acid, Pregnacare tablets,
Sanatogen Pronatal, or Healthy Start, to supplement your diet or improve your health?
1. Yes
2. No

IF PreNTJ = Yes AND Folic = Yes THEN
[FolPreg]

Did you start taking folic acid supplements before becoming pregnant?
1. Yes
2. No

IF FolPreg = Yes THEN
[FolPrg12]

Have you been taking folic acid supplements for the first 12 weeks of your pregnancy?
1. Yes
2. No

IF PreNTJ = No AND Folic = Yes THEN
[FolHelp]

People can take folic acid for various health reasons.
Are you taking folic acid supplements because you hope to become pregnant?
1. Yes
2. No

Smoking module

$ 18 and 19 year olds were either asked the smoking and drinking questions in the main interview, or in the selfcompletion
booklet for young people, at the interviewers' discretion. Variables marked here with '$' are combined
with data from the self-completion booklet in the final dataset to allow analysis of all aged 16+. See the separate
derived variable listing for details of these combined variable names.

IF Age of Respondent is 18 or 19 years THEN
[BookChk]

INTERVIEWER CHECK: (Name of respondent) IS AGED (age of respondent). RESPONDENT TO BE...
1. Asked Smoking/Drinking questions
2. Given LILAC SELF-COMPLETION BOOKLET FOR YOUNG ADULTS

ASK ALL AGED 20+ (OR AGED 18-19 IF BEING ASKED IN MAIN INTERVIEW)
[SmokEv]
$
May I just check, have you ever smoked a cigarette, a cigar or a pipe?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
1. Yes: cigarette [SmokEv08]
2. Yes: cigars [SmokEv09]
3. Yes: pipe [SmokEv10]
4. No [SmokEv11]

[SmokEver]$
CAPI DV: Have you ever smoked a cigarette, a cigar or a pipe?
1. Yes
2. No

IF ANY SmokEv08 to Smokev10 = yes THEN SmokEver = Yes; IF SmokEv08 = 4
THEN SmokEver = No

IF SmokEver = Yes THEN
[SmokeNow]
$
Do you smoke cigarettes at all nowadays?
1. Yes
2. No

IF SmokeNow = Yes THEN
[DlySmoke]
$
About how many cigarettes a day do you usually smoke on weekdays?
IF RESPONDENT CAN ONLY GIVE RANGE, TAKE THE MID-POINT.
IF LESS THAN ONE A DAY, ENTER 0
IF SMOKES ROLL-UPS AND CANNOT GIVE CIGARETTE NO., CODE 97.
Range: 0..97

IF DlySmoke = 97 THEN
[DlyEst]
$
How much tobacco do you usually smoke on weekdays?
CODE HERE WHETHER THE AMOUNT IS TO BE CODED IN GRAMS OR OUNCES.
ENTER THE AMOUNT AT THE NEXT QUESTION:
1. Grams
2. Ounces

IF DlyEst = Grams THEN
[DlyG]
$
ENTER AMOUNT IN GRAMS
Range: 0..100

IF DlyEst = Ounces OR Don't know THEN
[DlyOz]

ENTER AMOUNT IN OUNCES
Range: 0.00..100.00

IF SmokeNow = Yes THEN
[WkndSmok]
$
And about how many cigarettes a day do you usually smoke at weekends?
IF RESPONDENT CAN ONLY GIVE RANGE, TAKE THE MID-POINT.
IF LESS THAN ONE A DAY, ENTER 0
IF SMOKES ROLL-UPS AND CANNOT GIVE CIGARETTE NO., CODE 97.
Range : 0..97

IF WkndSmok = 97 THEN
[WkndEst]
$
How much tobacco do you usually smoke on weekends?
CODE HERE WHETHER THE AMOUNT IS TO BE CODED IN GRAMS OR OUNCES.
ENTER THE AMOUNT AT THE NEXT QUESTION
1. Grams
2. Ounces

IF WkndEst = Grams THEN
[WkndG]
$
ENTER AMOUNT IN GRAMS
Range: 0..100

IF WkndEst = Ounces THEN
[WkndOz]
$
ENTER AMOUNT IN OUNCES
Range: 0.00..100.00

IF SmokeEv08=Yes AND SmokeNow= No THEN
[SmokeReg]
$
Did you smoke cigarettes regularly, that is at least one cigarette a day, or did you smoke them only occasionally?
1. Smoked cigarettes regularly, at least 1 per day
2. Smoked them only occasionally
3. SPONTANEOUS: Never really smoked cigarettes, just tried them once or twice

IF SmokeReg = Smoked cigarettes regularly THEN
[NumSmok]
$
About how many cigarettes did you smoke in a day?
IF RESPONDENT CAN ONLY GIVE RANGE, TAKE THE MID-POINT.
IF LESS THAN ONE A DAY, ENTER 0
IF SMOKES ROLL-UPS, AND CANNOT GIVE CIGARETTE NO., CODE 97
Range: 0..97

IF NumSmok = 97 THEN
[NumEst]
$
About how much tobacco did you smoke a day?
CODE HERE WHETHER THE AMOUNT IS TO BE CODED IN GRAMS OR OUNCES.
ENTER THE AMOUNT AT THE NEXT QUESTION
1. Grams
2. Ounces

IF NumEst= Grams THEN
[NumG]
$
ENTER AMOUNT IN GRAMS
Range: 0..100

IF NumEst = Ounces THEN
[NumOz]
$
ENTER AMOUNT IN OUNCES
Range: 0.00..100.00

IF SmokeReg = Smoked cigarettes regularly THEN
[SmokYrs]

And for approximately how many years did you smoke regularly?
INTERVIEWER: IF LESS THAN ONE YEAR, CODE 0.
Range: 0..64

IF SmokeReg = Smoked cigarettes regularly OR Smoked them only occasionally THEN
[EndSmoke]

How long ago did you stop smoking cigarettes (regularly/occasionally)?
INTERVIEWER: ENTER NO. OF YEARS. IF LESS THAN ONE YEAR AGO, CODE 0.
Range: 0..64

IF EndSmoke = 0 THEN
[LongEnd]

How many months ago was that?
1. Less than six months ago
2. Six months, but less than one year

IF (SmokeNow = Yes) OR (SmokeReg = Smoked cigarettes regularly) THEN
[StartSmk]
$
How old were you when you started to smoke cigarettes regularly?
INTERVIEWER: IF 'Never smoked regularly', CODE 97.
Range: 0..97

IF (SmokeNow = Yes) OR (SmokeReg = Smoked cigarettes regularly OR Smoked them only occasionally) THEN
[DrSmoke]

Has a medical person (e.g. doctor/nurse) ever advised you to stop smoking altogether because of your health?
1. Yes
2. No

IF DrSmoke= Yes THEN
[DrSmoke1]

How long ago was that?
1. Within the last twelve months
2. Over twelve months ago

ASK ALL 20+ (OR AGED 18-19 IF BEING ASKED IN MAIN INTERVIEW) WHO CURRENTLY SMOKE (IF SmokeNow = Yes)
[SmokStop]

Can I check, how many times, if any, have you tried to give up smoking?
1. Never tried to stop smoking
2. Once or twice
3. Three times or more

[StopWant]
Would you like to give up smoking?
1. Yes
2. No

ASK ALL 20+ (OR AGED 18-19 IF BEING ASKED IN MAIN INTERVIEW) WHO HAVE GIVEN UP SMOKING
IF (SmokStop= once or twice OR three times or more) THEN
[StopLong]
1
SHOW CARD H1
And what is the longest period of time you have ever managed to stop smoking?":
1. Less than a week
2. At least a week but less than a month
3. 1 - 3 months
4. 4 - 6 months
5. Over 6 months

1 New question for 2012

Questions about nicotine replacement products (NRT) are being asked in the core interview (previously asked in the nurse interview prior 2008-2011)

IF (SmokStop >1 OR (EndSmoke >= 0) THEN
[UseNRT…]
1
SHOW CARD H2
We are also interested in whether people use any nicotine replacement or other products. Have you used any of the following products as part of your most recent attempt to stop smoking?
First, in the last three months, that is since (month), have you used any of the following nicotine replacement products?
INTERVIEWER: ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES SHOULD NOT BE INCLUDED AS A NICOTINE REPLACEMENT PRODUCT
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
1. Yes, nicotine gum [UseNRT1a]
2. Yes, nicotine patches that you stick on your skin [UseNRT2a]
3. Yes, nasal spray/nicotine inhaler [UseNRT3a]
4. Yes, lozenge/microtab [UseNRT4a]
5. Yes, Champix/Varenicline [UseNRT5a]
6. Yes, Zyban/Bupropion [UseNRT6a]
7. Yes, other [UseNRT7a]
8. No [UseNRT8a]

1 Additional categories added for 2012

[NRTOth]*
What other products did you use?

IF NOT 'NO' in USENRT
[NRTSupp…]

Was this accompanied by smoking cessation support?
INTERVIEWER: IF YES: From Whom?
1. Yes, pharmacy [NRTSupp1]
2. Yes, GP practice nurse [NRTSupp2]
3. Yes, GP [NRTSupp3a]
4. Yes, specialist smoking cessation advisor [NRTSupp4a]
5. Yes, other [NRTSupp5]
6. No [NRTSupp6]

[SuppOth]*
What other type of support did you receive?

[NRTpresc]1
Did you buy these products yourself or did you get them on prescription?
1. Bought them myself
2. Got them on prescription
3. Mixture of both

1 New question for 2012

ASK ALL - age range extended to all (0+) in 2012

[Passive…]$ -
SHOW CARD H12
Are you regularly exposed to other people's tobacco smoke in any of these places?
PROBE: Where else?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
1. At own home [Passive1]
2. At work [Passive2]
3. In other people's homes [Passive3]
4. In cars, vans etc [Passive4a]
5. Outside of buildings (e.g. pubs, shops, hospitals) [Passive5a]
6. In other public places [Passive6a]
7. No, none of these [Passive7a]

2 Additional categories added for 2012

IF EXPOSED TO SMOKE IN ANY PLACES (IF Passive7=0 OR Don't know AND Age>=13)
[Bother]
$
Does this bother you at all?
1. Yes
2. No

Drinking module (All Versions)

$ 18 and 19 year olds were either asked the smoking and drinking questions in the main interview, or in the selfcompletion
booklet for young people, at the interviewers' discretion. Variables marked here with '$' are combined
with data from the self-completion booklet in the final dataset to allow analysis of all aged 16+. See the separate
derived variable listing for details of these combined variable names.

IF (Age of Respondent is 18 years or over) OR (BookChk = Asked)
[Drink]
$
I am now going to ask you a few questions about what you drink - that is if you drink. Do you ever drink alcohol nowadays, including drinks you brew or make at home?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Drink = No THEN
[DrinkAny]
$
Could I just check, does that mean you never have an alcoholic drink nowadays, or do you have an alcoholic drink very occasionally, perhaps for medicinal purposes or on special occasions like Christmas and New Year?
1. Very occasionally
2. Never

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO NEVER DRINK ALCOHOL (IF DrinkAny = Never)
[AlwaysTT]
$
Have you always been a non-drinker or did you stop drinking for some reason?
1. Always a non-drinker
2. Used to drink but stopped

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRINK ALCOHOL (IF (Drink = Yes) OR (DrinkAny = Very occasionally))
[Intro]
*
INTERVIEWER - READ OUT: I'd like to ask you (all) whether you have drunk different types of alcoholic drink in the last 12 months. I do not need to know about non-alcoholic or low alcohol drinks.

[Nbeer]$
SHOW CARD J1
I'd like to ask you first about normal strength beer or cider which has less than 6% alcohol. How often have you had a drink of normal strength BEER, LAGER, STOUT, CIDER or SHANDY (excluding cans and bottles of shandy) during the last 12 months? (NORMAL = less than 6% Alcohol by volume)
INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT DOES NOT KNOW WHETHER BEER ETC DRUNK IS STRONG OR NORMAL, INCLUDE HERE AS NORMAL.
1. Almost every day
2. Five or six days a week
3. Three or four days a week
4. Once or twice a week
5. Once or twice a month
6. Once every couple of months
7. Once or twice a year
8. Not at all in the last 12 months
(The answer options used at Nbeer, on show card J1, are used repeatedly in the drinking module. Further mentions of show card J1 will not, therefore, list out the options in full).

IF (Nbeer =Almost every day...Once or twice a year) THEN
[NbeerM…]
$
How much NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT, CIDER or SHANDY (excluding cans and bottles of shandy) have you usually drunk on any one day?
INTERVIEWER: CODE MEASURES THAT YOU ARE GOING TO USE.
1. Half pints [NbeerM1]
2. Small cans [NbeerM2]
3. Large cans [NbeerM3]
4. Bottles [NbeerM4]1

1 No equivalent in self-completion questionnaire

IF NbeerM = Half pints (IF NbeerM1=1)THEN
[NbeerQ1]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many half pints of NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT, CIDER OR SHANDY (excluding cans and bottles of shandy) have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

IF NbeerM = Small cans (IF NbeerM2=1) THEN
[NbeerQ2]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many small cans of NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

IF NbeerM = Large cans (IF NbeerM3=1) THEN
[NbeerQ3]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many large cans of NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

IF NbeerM = Bottles (IF NbeerM4=1) THEN
[nberqbt]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many bottles of NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

[Nbottle]*
ASK OR CODE: What make of NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER do you usually drink from bottles?
INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT DOES NOT KNOW WHAT MAKE, OR RESPONDENT DRINKS DIFFERENT MAKES OF NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT OR CIDER,
PROBE: What make have you drunk most frequently or most recently?
Text: Maximum 21 characters

[NcodeEq]
EDIT ONLY:
PLEASE LOOK UP AND ENTER PINT EQUIVALENT OF A BOTTLE OF (Name of Bottle)
VALID ENTRIES ARE 0.00, 0.32, 0.35, 0.44, 0.48, 0.50, 0.58, 0.77, 0.88, 0.97 AND 1.00.
ENTER 9.99 IF CANNOT CODE

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRINK ALCOHOL (IF (Drink = Yes) OR (DrinkAny = Very occasionally))
[Sbeer]
$
SHOW CARD J1 (See question [Nbeer] for full listing of answer options on card J1)
Now I'd like to ask you about strong beer or cider which has 6% or more alcohol (e.g. Tennent's Super, Special Brew,). How often have you had a drink of strong BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER during the last 12 months? (STRONG=6% and over Alcohol by volume)
INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT DOES NOT KNOW WHETHER BEER ETC DRUNK IS STRONG OR NORMAL, INCLUDE AS NORMAL STRENGTH AT Nbeer ABOVE.

IF (Sbeer =Almost every day…Once or twice a year) THEN
[SbeerM…]
$
How much STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER have you usually drunk on any one day? INTERVIEWER: CODE MEASURES THAT YOU ARE GOING TO USE.
1. Half pints [SbeerM1]
2. Small cans [SbeerM2]
3. Large cans [SbeerM3]
4. Bottles [SbeerM4]1

1 No equivalent in self-completion questionnaire

IF SbeerM = Half pints THEN
[SbeerQ1]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many half pints of STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

IF SbeerM = Small cans THEN
[SbeerQ2]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many small cans of STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

IF SbeerM = Large cans THEN
[SbeerQ3]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many large cans of STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

IF SbeerM = Bottles THEN
[sberqbt]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many bottles of STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

[Sbottle]*
ASK OR CODE: What make of STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER do you usually drink from bottles?
INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT DOES KNOW MAKE, OR RESPONDENT DRINKS DIFFERENT MAKES OF STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT OR CIDER.
PROBE: What make have you drunk most frequently or most recently?
Text: Maximum 21 characters

[ScodeEq]$
EDIT ONLY:
PLEASE LOOK UP AND ENTER PINT EQUIVALENT OF A BOTTLE OF (Name of Bottle)
VALID ENTRIES ARE 0.00, 0.32, 0.35, 0.44, 0.48, 0.50, 0.58, 0.77, 0.88, 0.97 AND 1.00.
ENTER 9.99 IF CANNOT CODE

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRINK ALCOHOL (IF (Drink = Yes) OR (DrinkAny = Very occasionally))
[Spirits]
$
SHOW CARD J1 (See question [Nbeer] for full listing of answer options on card J1)
How often have you had a drink of spirits or liqueurs, such as gin, whisky, brandy, rum, vodka, advocaat or cocktails during the last 12 months?

IF (Spirits =Almost every day…Once or twice a year) THEN
[SpiritsQ]$

How much spirits or liqueurs (such as gin, whisky, brandy, rum, vodka, advocaat or cocktails) have you usually drunk on any one day?
CODE THE NUMBER OF SINGLES - COUNT DOUBLES AS TWO SINGLES.
Range: 1..97

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRINK ALCOHOL (IF (Drink = Yes) OR (DrinkAny = Very occasionally))
[Sherry]
$ 1
SHOW CARD J1 (See question [Nbeer] for full listing of answer options on card J1)
How often have you had a drink of sherry or martini including port, vermouth, Cinzano, Dubonnet or Buckfast during the last 12 months?

1 Buckfast was added to this question in 2008

IF (Sherry =Almost every day...Once or twice a year) THEN
[SherryQ]
$ 1
How much sherry or martini, including port, vermouth, Cinzano, Dubonnet or Buckfast have you usually drunk on any one day?
CODE THE NUMBER OF GLASSES
Range: 1..97

1 Buckfast was added to this question in 2008

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRINK ALCOHOL (IF (Drink = Yes) OR (DrinkAny = Very occasionally))
[Wine]

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRINK ALCOHOL (IF (Drink = Yes) OR (DrinkAny = Very
SHOW CARD J1 (See question [Nbeer] for full listing of answer options on card J1)
How often have you had a drink of wine, including Babycham and champagne, during the last 12 months?

IF (Wine=Almost every day...Once or twice a year) THEN
[WineQ]
$ 1
How much wine, including Babycham and champagne, have you usually drunk on any one day?
INTERVIEWER: Code the measure the respondent used.
Please note that respondent may give answer in bottles and glasses.
Code small bottles (eg. 250ml, 175ml) as glasses, not bottles.
Please code the relevant option.
1. Bottle or parts of bottle
2. Glasses
3. Both bottles or parts of bottle, and glasses

1 Question wording was revised in 2008.

IF WineQ = Bottle or parts of bottle OR Both bottles and glasses
WQBt
$
INTERVIEWER: Code the number of 125ml glasses usually drunk from the bottle by the respondent.
E.g. If they usually drank half a bottle, code 3 glasses.
Press <F9> for more information.
Interviewer information screen:

1 750ml bottle = 6 glasses.
½ 750ml bottle = 3 glasses.
1/3 750ml bottle = 2 glasses.
¼ 750ml bottle = 1.5 glasses.

1 litre = 8 glasses.
½ litre = 4 glasses.
1/3 litre = 2.5 glasses.
¼ litre = 2 glasses.

If respondent has answered in bottles or litres, convert to glasses using the information provided on the screen.

For example, if a respondent said they usually share a bottle with one other person and they share it equally, code 3 glasses.

Small bottles (e.g. 250ml, 175ml) should not be coded here - record them as glasses.
Press <Esc> to close.

Range: 1.0..97.9

IF WineQ = Glasses OR Both bottles and glasses
WQGl
$
INTERVIEWER: Code the number of glasses (drunk as glasses).
Range: 1.0..97.9

WQGlz$
Do you usually drink from a large, standard, or small glass?
INTERVIEWER: If respondent drinks from two or three different size glasses, please code all that apply.
Please note that if respondent usually drinks in a pub or wine bar and had a small glass, this would usually be 175ml.
1 Large glass (250ml) [WQGlz1]
2 Standard glass (175ml) [WQGlz2]
3 Small glass (125ml) [WQGlz3]

IF WQGlz1 = mentioned THEN
Q250Glz
$
How many large glasses (250ml) have you usually drunk?
Range: 1.0..97.9

IF WQGlz2 = mentioned THEN
Ql75Glz
$
How many standard glasses (175ml) have you usually drunk?
Range: 1.0..97.9

IF WQGlz3 = mentioned THEN
Q125Glz
$
How many small glasses (125ml) have you usually drunk?
Range: 1.0..97.9

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRINK ALCOHOL (IF (Drink = Yes) OR (DrinkAny = Very occasionally))
[Pops03]
$
SHOW CARD J1 (See question [Nbeer] for full listing of answer options on card J1)
How often have you had a drink of alcoholic soft drink ('alcopop'), or a pre-mixed alcoholic drink such as WKD, Smirnoff Ice, Bacardi Breezer etc, in the last 12 months?

IF (Pops03=Almost every day...Once or twice a year) THEN
[PopsM03]
$ 1
How much alcoholic soft drink ('alcopop') or pre-mixed alcoholic drink have you usually drunk on any one day?
INTERVIEWER CODE THE MEASURE(S) THAT YOU ARE GOING TO USE.
1. Small cans [PopsM031]
2. Standard Bottles (275ml) [PopsM032]
3. Large Bottles (700ml) [PopsM033]

1 Prior to 2008 the alcopops measures were small cans or bottles. In 2008 the measures were changed to small cans,
standard bottles (275ml) or large bottles (700ml).

IF PopsM03 = Small cans THEN
[PopsQ031]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many small cans of alcoholic soft drink ('alcopop') or pre-mixed alcoholic drink have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

IF PopsM03 = Standard Bottles THEN
[PopsQ032]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many standard bottles of alcoholic soft drink ('alcopop') or pre-mixed alcoholic drink have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

IF PopsM03 = Large Bottles THEN
[PopsQ033]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many large bottles of alcoholic soft drink ('alcopop') or pre-mixed alcoholic drink have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 1..97

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRINK ALCOHOL (IF (Drink = Yes) OR (DrinkAny = Very occasionally))
[AlcotA]
*
Have you drunk any other types of alcoholic drink in the last 12 months?
1. Yes
2. No

IF AlcotA = Yes THEN
[OthDrnkA]
*
What other type of alcoholic drink have you drunk in the last 12 months?
CODE FIRST MENTIONED ONLY.
Text: Maximun 30 characters

[FreqA]*
SHOW CARD J1 (See question [Nbeer] for full listing of answer options on card J1)
How often have you had a drink of (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) in the last 12 months?

IF FreqA IN [Almost every day...Once or twice a year] THEN
[OthQMA]
*
How much (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) have you usually drunk on any one day?
INTERVIEWER: CODE MEASURES THAT YOU ARE GOING TO USE.
1. Half pints
2. Singles
3. Glasses
4. Bottles
5. Other

IF OthQMA = Other THEN
[OthQOA]
*
WHAT OTHER MEASURE?
Text: Maximum 12 characters

[OthQA]*
ASK OR CODE: How many (half pints/singles/glasses/bottles/'other'measures) of (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 0..97

Note: All drinks recorded under OthDrnkA backcoded into Nbeer-Pops03

[AlcotB]*
Have you drunk any other types of alcoholic drink in the last 12 months?
1. Yes
2. No

IF AlcotB = Yes THEN
[OthDrnkB]
*
What other type of alcoholic drink have you drunk in the last 12 months?
CODE FIRST MENTIONED ONLY.
Text: Maximum 30 characters

[FreqB]*
SHOW CARD J1 (See question [Nbeer] for full listing of answer options on card J1)
How often have you had a drink of (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) in the last 12 months?

IF FreqB IN [Amost every day...Once or twice a year] THEN
[OthQMB]
*
How much (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) have you usually drunk on any one day?
INTERVIEWER: CODE MEASURES THAT YOU ARE GOING TO USE.
1. Half pints
2. Singles
3. Glasses
4. Bottles
5. Other

IF OthQMB = Other THEN
[OthQOB]
*
WHAT OTHER MEASURE?
Text: Maximum 12 characters

[OthQB]*
ASK OR CODE: How many (half pints/singles/glasses/bottles/'other' measure) of (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 0..97

Note: All drinks recorded under OthDrnkB backcoded into Nbeer- Pops03

[AlcotC]*
Have you drunk any other types of alcoholic drink in the last 12 months?
1. Yes
2. No

IF AlcotC = Yes THEN
[OthDrnkC]
*
What other type of alcoholic drink have you drunk in the last 12 months?
CODE FIRST MENTIONED ONLY.
Text: Maximum 30 characters

[FreqC]*
SHOW CARD J1 (See question [Nbeer] for full listing of answer options on card J1)
How often have you had a drink of (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) in the last 12 months?

IF FreqC IN [Almost every day...Once or twice a year] THEN
[OthQMC]
*
How much (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) have you usually drunk on any one day?
INTERVIEWER: CODE MEASURES THAT YOU ARE GOING TO USE.
1. Half pints
2. Singles
3. Glasses
4. Bottles
5. Other

IF OthQMC = Other THEN
[OthQOC]
*
WHAT OTHER MEASURE?
Text: Maximum 12 characters

[OthQC]*
ASK OR CODE: How many (half pints/singles/glasses/bottles/'other' measures) of (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) have you usually drunk on any one day?
Range: 0..97

Note: All drinks recorded under OthDrnkC backcoded into Nbeer- Pops03

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRINK ALCOHOL (IF (Drink = Yes) OR (DrinkAny = Very occasionally))
[DrinkOft]
$
SHOW CARD J1 (See question [Nbeer] for full listing of answer options on card J1)
Thinking now about all kinds of drinks, how often have you had an alcoholic drink of any kind during the last 12 months?

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRANK ALCOHOL IN THE PAST YEAR
(IF Drink = Yes AND DrinkOft <> Not at all in the last 12 months)
[DrinkL7]
$
You have told me what you have drunk over the last 12 months, but we know that what people drink can vary a lot from week to week, so I'd like to ask you a few questions about last week. Did you have an alcoholic drink in the seven days ending yesterday?
1. Yes
2. No

IF DrinkL7=Yes THEN
[DrnkDay]
$
On how many days out of the last seven did you have an alcoholic drink?
Range: 1..7

IF DrnkDay = 2 to7 days THEN
[DrnkSame]
$
Did you drink more on one of the days (some days than others), or did you drink about the same on both (each of those) days?
1. Drank more on one/some day(s) than other(s)
2. Same each day

IF DrinkL7=Yes THEN
[WhichDay]
$
Which day (last week) did you (last have an alcoholic drink/ have the most to drink)?
1. Sunday
2. Monday
3. Tuesday
4. Wednesday
5. Thursday
6. Friday
7. Saturday

[DrnkTy]$
SHOW CARD J2
Thinking about last (answer to WhichDay), what types of drink did you have that day?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
1. Normal strength beer/lager/cider/shandy [DrnkTy01]
2. Strong beer/lager/cider [DrnkTy02]
3. Spirits or liqueurs [DrnkTy03]
4. Sherry, martini or buckfast [DrnkTy04]1
5. Wine [DrnkTy05]
6. Alcopops/Pre-mixed alcoholic drinks [DrnkTy06]
7. Other alcoholic drinks [DrnkTy07]
8. Low alcohol drinks [DrnkTy08]

1 Buckfast added to DrnkTy04 in 2008

IF DrnkTy=Normal strength beer/lager/cider/shandy (IF DrnkTy01 mentioned) THEN
[NBrL7]
$
Still thinking about last (answer to WhichDay), how much NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT, CIDER or SHANDY (excluding cans and bottles of shandy) did you drink that day?
INTERVIEWER: CODE MEASURES THAT YOU ARE GOING TO USE.
1. Half pints [NBrL71]
2. Small cans [NBrL72]
3. Large cans [NBrL73]
4. Bottles [NBrL74]

IF NBrL7=Half pints (IF NBrL71 mentioned) THEN
[NBrL7Q1]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many half pints of NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT, CIDER or SHANDY (excluding cans and bottles of shandy) did you drink that day?
Range: 1..97

IF NBrL7=Small cans (IF NBrL72 mentioned) THEN
[NBrL7Q2]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many small cans of NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER did you drink that day?
Range: 1..97

IF NBrL7=Large cans (IF NBrL73 mentioned) THEN
[NBrL7Q3]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many large cans of NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER did you drink that day?
Range: 1..97

IF NBrL7=Bottles (IF NBrL74 mentioned) THEN
[nberqbt7]
$ 1
ASK OR CODE: How many bottles of NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER did you drink that day?
Range: 1..97

1 No equivalent in self-completion questionnaire

[Nbotl7]*
ASK OR CODE: What make of NORMAL STRENGTH BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER did you drink from bottles on that day?
INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT DRANK DIFFERENT MAKES CODE WHICH THEY DRANK MOST.
Text: Maximum 21 characters

[L7NcodEq]$
EDIT ONLY:
PLEASE LOOK UP AND ENTER PINT EQUIVALENT OF A BOTTLE OF (Name of Bottle)
VALID ENTRIES ARE 0.00, 0.32, 0.35, 0.44, 0.48, 0.50, 0.58, 0.77, 0.88, 0.97 AND 1.00.
ENTER 9.99 IF CANNOT CODE

IF DrnkTy=Strong beer/lager/cider (IF DrnkTy02 mentioned) THEN
[SBrL7]
$
Still thinking about last (answer to WhichDay), how much STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER did you drink that day?
INTERVIEWER: CODE MEASURES THAT YOU ARE GOING TO USE.
1. Half pints [SBrL71]
2. Small cans [SBrL72]
3. Large cans [SBrL73]
4. Bottles [SBrL74]

IF SBrL7=Half pints (IF SBrL71 mentioned) THEN
[SBrL7Q1]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many half pints of STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER did you drink on that day?
Range: 1..97

IF SBrL7=Small cans (IF SBrL72 mentioned) THEN
[SBrL7Q2]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many small cans of STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER did you drink on that day?
Range: 1..97

IF SBrL7=Large cans (IF SBrL73 mentioned) THEN
[SBrL7Q3]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many large cans of STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER did you drink on that day?
Range: 1..97

IF SBrL7=Bottles (IF SBrL74 mentioned) THEN
[sberqbt7]
$ 1
ASK OR CODE: How many bottles of STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER did you drink on that day?
Range: 1..97

1 No equivalent in self-completion questionnaire

[Sbotl7]*
ASK OR CODE: What make of STRONG BEER, LAGER, STOUT or CIDER did you drink from bottles on that day?
INTERVIEWER: IF RESPONDENT DRANK DIFFERENT MAKES CODE WHICH THEY DRANK MOST.
Text: Maximum 21 characters

[L7ScodEq]$
PLEASE LOOK UP AND ENTER PINT EQUIVALENT OF A BOTTLE OF (Name of Bottle)
VALID ENTRIES ARE 0.00, 0.32, 0.35, 0.44, 0.48, 0.50, 0.58, 0.77, 0.88, 0.97 AND 1.00.
ENTER 9.99 IF CANNOT CODE

IF DrnkTy=Spirits (IF DrnkTy03 mentioned) THEN
[SpirL7]
$
Still thinking about last (answer to WhichDay), how much spirits or liqueurs (such as gin, whisky, brandy, rum, vodka, advocaat or cocktails) did you drink on that day?
CODE THE NUMBER OF SINGLES - COUNT DOUBLES AS TWO SINGLES.
Range: 1..97

IF DrnkTy=Sherry (IF DrnkTy04 mentioned) THEN
[ShryL7]
$ 2
Still thinking about last (answer to WhichDay), how much sherry or martini, including port, vermouth, Cinzano, Dubonnet or Buckfast did you drink on that day?
CODE THE NUMBER OF GLASSES.
Range: 1..97

2 Buckfast added in 2008

IF DrnkTy=Wine (IF DrnkTy05 mentioned) THEN
[WineL7]
$
Still thinking about last (name of day) how much wine, including Babycham and champagne, did you drink on that day?
INTERVIEWER: Code the measure the respondent used.
Please note that respondent may give answer in bottles and glasses.
Code small bottles (eg. 250ml, 175ml) as glasses, not bottles.
Please code the relevant option.
1. Bottle or parts of bottle
2. Glasses
3. Both bottles or parts of bottle, and glasses

IF WineL7 = Bottle or parts of bottle OR Both bottles and glasses
[WL7Bt]

INTERVIEWER: Code the number of 125ml glasses drunk from the bottle by the respondent.
E.g. If they drank half a bottle, code 3 glasses.
Press <F9> for more information.
Range: 1.0..97.9

Interviewer information screen:

1 750ml bottle = 6 glasses.
½ 750ml bottle = 3 glasses.
⅓ 750ml bottle = 2 glasses.
¼ 750ml bottle = 1.5 glasses.
1 litre = 8 glasses.
½ litre = 4 glasses.
⅓ litre = 2.5 glasses.
¼ litre = 2 glasses.

If respondent has answered in bottles or litres, convert to glasses using the information provided on the screen.

For example, if a respondent said they usually share a bottle with one other person and they share it equally, code 3 glasses.

Small bottles (e.g. 250ml, 175ml) should not be coded here - record them as glasses.
Press <Esc> to close.

IF WineL7 = Glasses OR Both bottles and glasses
[WL7Gl]
$
INTERVIEWER: Code the number of glasses (drunk as glasses).
Range: 1.0..97.9

[WL7Glz]$
Were you drinking from a large, standard, or small glass?
INTERVIEWER SHOW WINE GLASS CARDS
INTERVIEWER: If respondent drank from two or three different size glasses, please code all that apply.
Please note that if respondent was drinking in a pub or wine bar and had a small glass, this would usually be 175ml.
1. Large glass (250ml) [WL7Glz1]
2. Standard glass (175ml) [WL7Glz2]
3. Small glass (125ml) [WL7Glz3]

IF WL7Glz1=mentioned THEN
[ml250Glz]
$
How many large glasses (250ml) did you drink?
Range: 1.0..97.9

IF WL7Glz2=mentioned THEN
[ml175Glz]
$
How many standard glasses (175ml) did you drink?
Range: 1.0..97.9

IF WL7Glz3=mentionedTHEN
[ml125Glz]
$
How many small glasses (125ml) did you drink?
Range: 1.0..97.9

IF DrnkTy=Alcoholic lemonades/colas (IF DrnkTy06 mentioned) THEN
[PopsL7]
$ 1
Still thinking about last (answer to Which Day), how much ALCOPOPS or PRE-MIXED ALCOHOLIC DRINK such as WKD, Smirnoff Ice, Bacardi Breezer etc. did you drink on that day?
INTERVIEWER: CODE MEASURES THAT YOU ARE GOING TO USE.
1 Small cans [PopsL71]
2 Standard bottles (275ml) [PopsL72]
2 Large bottles (700ml) [PopsL73]

1 Prior to 2008 the alcopops measures were small cans or bottles. In 2008 the measures were changed to small cans,
standard bottles (275ml) or large bottles (700ml).

IF PopsL7=Small cans (IF PopsL71 mentioned) THEN
[PopsL7Q1]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many small cans of ALCOPOP or PRE-MIXED ALCOHOLIC DRINK did you drink on that day?
Range: 1..97

IF PopsL703=Standard Bottles (IF PopsL72 mentioned) THEN
[PopsL7Q2]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many standard bottles of ALCOPOP or PRE-MIXED ALCOHOLIC DRINK did you drink on that day?
Range: 1..97

IF PopsL703=Large Bottles (IF PopsL73 mentioned) THEN
[PopsL7Q3]
$
ASK OR CODE: How many large bottles of ALCOPOP or PRE-MIXED ALCOHOLIC DRINK did you drink on that day?
Range: 1..97

IF DrnkType=Other (IF DrnkTy07 mentioned) THEN
[OthL7TA]
*
Still thinking about last (answer to WhichDay), what other type of alcoholic drink did you drink on that day?
CODE FIRST MENTIONED ONLY
Text: Maximum 30 characters

[OthL7QA]*
How much (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) did you drink on that day?
WRITE IN HOW MUCH. REMEMBER TO SPECIFY HALF PINTS/ SINGLES/GLASSES/ BOTTLES.
Text: Maximum 30 characters

[OthL7B]*
Did you drink any other type of alcoholic drink on that day?
1 Yes
2 No

IF OthL7B=Yes THEN
[OthL7TB]
*
Still thinking about last (answer to WhichDay), what other type of alcoholic drink did you drink on that day?
CODE FIRST MENTIONED ONLY.
Text: Maximum 30 characters

[OthL7QB]*
How much (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) did you drink on that day?
WRITE IN HOW MUCH. REMEMBER TO SPECIFY HALF PINTS/ SINGLES/GLASSES/ BOTTLES.
Text: Maximum 30 characters

[OthL7C]*
Did you drink any other type of alcoholic drink on that day?
1. Yes
2. No

IF OthL7C=Yes THEN
[OthL7TC]
*
Still thinking about last (answer to WhichDay), what other type of alcoholic drink did you drink on that day?
CODE FIRST MENTIONED ONLY.
Text: Maximum 30 characters

[OthL7QC]*
How much (name of 'other' alcoholic drink) did you drink on that day?
WRITE IN HOW MUCH. REMEMBER TO SPECIFY HALF PINTS/ SINGLES/GLASSES/ BOTTLES.
Text: Maximum 30 characters

Note: All drinks recorded under OthL7A- OthL7C backcoded into NBrL7- PopsL703

[DrWher1]$ 1
SHOW CARD J3
In which of these places on this card would you say you drink the most alcohol?
CODE ONE ONLY.
1. In a pub or bar
2. In a restaurant
3. In a club or disco
4. At a party with friends
5. At my home
6. At someone else's home
7. Out on the street, in a park or other outdoor area
8. Somewhere else (WRITE IN)

1 In 2008 the question was revised to only allow for the place where most alcohol was drunk, with a follow-up question
for the next place. For 2012 onward the follow up question was dropped.

IF DrWher1=Somewhere else
[DrWher1E]
*
In which place do you drink the most alcohol?
ENTER PLACE

ASK ALL 18/20+ WHO DRINK ALCOHOL (IF (Drink = Yes) OR (DrinkAny = Very occasionally))
[DrWith1]
$ 2
SHOW CARD J4
Who are you usually with when you drink the most alcohol?
CODE ONE ONLY.
1. My husband or wife/boyfriend or girlfriend/partner
2. Male friends
3. Female friends
4. Male and female friends together
5. Work colleagues
6. Members of my family / relatives
7. Someone else (WRITE IN)
8. On my own

2 Prior to 2008 participants were asked who they usually drink with when they drink alcohol. In 2008 the wording was
revised and participants were asked who they are usually with when they drink the most alcohol and a follow up
question asking who next. For 2012 onward the follow up question was dropped.

IF DrWith1=Someone else
[DrWith1E]
*
Who are you usually with when you drink the most alcohol?
ENTER NAME

Dental Health1 (16+)

1 The questions in this module were introduced to SHeS in 2008.

ASK ALL AGED 16+

[NatTeeth]
SHOW CARD K1
Adults can have up to 32 natural teeth but over time people lose some of them. How many natural teeth, including crowns have you got?
1. No natural teeth
2. Fewer than 10 natural teeth
3. Between 10 and 19 natural teeth
4. 20 or more natural teeth

IF NatTeeth = 'Fewer than 10' … '20 or more' or DK/REF THEN
[TthApp]

SHOW CARD K2
How happy or unhappy are you with the appearance of your teeth at present?
1. Very happy
2. Fairly happy
3. Fairly unhappy
4. Very unhappy

[TthPain]
Have you had any toothache or pain in your mouth within the last month, or are you having any at present?
1. Yes
2. No

[TthProb]
SHOW CARD K3
Do you have any problems or difficulties biting or chewing food?
IF ASKED: include problems with biting or chewing food because of sensitive teeth.
1. Yes, often
2. Yes, occasionally
3. No, never

[GumBld]
SHOW CARD K3 AGAIN
Do your gums bleed when you eat, brush your teeth or floss?
1. Yes, often
2. Yes, occasionally
3. No, never

[DenTreat]
If you went to the dentist tomorrow, do you think you would need treatment?
1. Yes
2. No

Economic Activity module

IF RESPONDENT IS AGED 16+ AND NOT HOUSEHOLD REFERENCE PERSON or IF RESPONDENT IS HOUSEHOLD REFERENCE PERSON BUT DID NOT ANSWER OCCUPATION QUESTIONS IN HOUSEHOLD QUESTIONNAIRE1
(IF (Age of Respondent is >=16) AND NOT (PerNum=PHRPNo AND PHRPOcc=Yes))

1 Economic activity questions changed in 2012

In the last week (that is the 7 days ending date last Sunday) were you doing any of the following, even if only for one hour?
INTERVIEWER: 'Temporarily away' includes away from work ill, on maternity leave, on holiday leave and temporarily laid off (as long as there is still an employment contract). It does not include those who are laid off and no longer have an employment contract.
INTERVIEWER: Code all that apply.
1. Working as an employee (or temporarily away) [NWrkemp]
2. On a Government sponsored training scheme (or temporarily away) [NGvtSchm]
3. Self employed or freelance (or temporarily away) [NSelfEmp]
4. Working unpaid for your own family's business (or temporarily away) [NWrkFam]
5. Doing any other kind of paid work [NOthWrk]
6. None of the above [NNoneabv]

IF (HRP Age 16 to 64]) AND NOT (NGvtSchm=1) THEN
[EducCou]

Are you at presently at school or enrolled on any full-time education course excluding leisure classes? (Include correspondence courses and open learning as well as other forms of full-time education course).
INTERVIEWER: CODE YES IF FULL-TIME STUDENT ON HOLIDAY AND WILL BE STUDYING FULL-TIME WHEN NEXT TERM STARTS.
IF RESPONDENT IS STUDYING PART-TIME CODE NO HERE.
1. Yes
2. No

IF ((NWrkFam=1) OR (NNoneabv=1))
AND NOT ((NWrkemp=1) OR (NGvtSchm=1) OR (NSelfEmp=1) OR (NOthWrk=1)) THEN
[Wk4Lk12]

Thinking of the 4 weeks ending (date last Sunday), were you looking for any paid work or Government training scheme at any time in those 4 weeks?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Wk4Lk12 = No THEN
[WaitJb12]

Are you waiting to take up a job that you have already obtained?
1. Yes
2. No

IF (Wk4Lk12 = Yes OR WaitJb12 = Yes) THEN
[Wk2Str12]

If a job or a place on a government scheme had been available in the week ending (date last Sunday), would you have been able to start within 2 weeks?
1. Yes
2. No

IF (NNoneabv =1) AND (Wk4Lk12 = No) AND (WaitJb12 = No) THEN
[YNotWrk]

May I just check, what was the main reason you did not look for work in the last 4 weeks?
INTERVIEWER: CODE ONE ONLY
1. Waiting for the results of an application for a job/being assessed by a training agent
2. Student
3. Looking after family/home
4. Temporarily sick or injured
5. Long-term sick or disabled
6. Believes no job available
7. Not yet started looking
8. Doesn't need employment
9. Retired from paid work
10. Any other reason

IF (NNoneabv =1) AND (WaitJb12 <> Yes) THEN
[EverJob]

Have you ever been in paid employment or self-employed?
1. Yes
2. No

IF (WaitJb12 = Yes) THEN
[OthPaid]

Apart from the job you are waiting to take up, have you ever been in paid employment or self-employed?
1. Yes
2. No

IF (Everjob=Yes) THEN
[PayLast]

Which year did you leave your last paid job?
WRITE IN.
Range: 1920..2010

IF Last paid job less than or equal to 8 years ago (from PayLast) THEN
[PayMon]

Which month in that year did you leave?
1. January
2. February
3. March
4. April
5. May
6. June
7. July
8. August
9. September
10. October
11. November
12. December
98. Can't remember

[PayAge]
Computed: Age when last had a paid job.

ASK ALL WHO HAVE EVER WORKED (EverJob=Yes), OR CURRENTLY IN PAID WORK / SELF-EMPLOYED / ON A GOVERNMENT SCHEME / WORKING UNPAID IN OWN OR RELATIVE'S BUSINESS / WAITING TO TAKE UP PAID WORK ALREADY OBTAINED (Nactiv09=3 to 6), OR WORKED IN PAST WEEK (StWork=Yes)
[JobTitle]*

I'd like to ask you some details about your most recent job/the main job you had/the job you are waiting to take up). What is (was/will be) the name or title of the job?
Text: Maximum 60 characters

[FtPTime]
Are you (were you/will you be) working full-time or part-time?
(FULL-TIME = MORE THAN 30 HOURS, PART-TIME = 30 HOURS OR LESS)
1. Full-time
2. Part-time

[WtWork]*
What kind of work do (did/will) you do most of the time?
Text: Maximum 50 characters

[MatUsed]*
IF RELEVANT: What materials or machinery do (did/will) you use?
IF NONE USED, WRITE IN `NONE'.
Text: Maximum 50 characters

[SkilNee]*
What skills or qualifications are (were) needed for the job?
Text: Maximum 120 characters

[Employe]
Are you (were you/will you be) ...READ OUT...
1. an employee,
2. or, self-employed
IF IN DOUBT, CHECK HOW THIS EMPLOYMENT IS TREATED FOR TAX & NI PURPOSES.

IF Employe = Self-employed THEN
[Dirctr]
Can I just check, in this job are you (were you/will you be) a Director of a limited company?
1. Yes
2. No

IF Employe=an employee OR Dirctr=Yes THEN
[EmpStat]
Are you (were you/will you be) a ...READ OUT...
1. manager,
2. foreman or supervisor,
3. or other employee?

[NEmplee]
Including yourself, about how many people are (were) employed at the place where you usually work (usually worked/will work)?
1. 1 or 2
2. 3-24
3. 25-499
4. 500+

IF Employe = Self-employed AND Dirctr=No THEN
[SNEmplee]

Do (did/will) you have any employees?
1. None
2. 1-24
3. 25-499
4. 500+

IF Employe=Employee THEN
[Ind]
*
What does (did) your employer make or do at the place where you (usually worked/will work)?
Text: Maximum 100 characters

IF Employe=Self-employed THEN
[SlfWtMad]
*
What (did/will) you make or do in your business?
Text: Maximum 100 characters

Education module

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[EducEnd]

At what age did you finish your continuous full-time education at school or college?
1. Not yet finished
2. Never went to school
3. 14 or under
4. 15
5. 16
6. 17
7. 18
8. 19 or over

[TopQua]1*
SHOW CARD Q1
Please look at this card and tell me which, if any, of the following educational qualifications you have.
CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
None of these qualifications = Code 12
1. School Leaving Certificate, NQ Unit [TopQua1]
2. O Grade, Standard Grade, GCSE, GCE O Level, CSE, National Qualification
Access 3 Cluster, Intermediate 1 or 2, Senior Certificate or equivalent [TopQua2]
3. GNVQ/GSVQ Foundation or Intermediate, SVQ Level 1 or 2,
SCOTVEC/National Certificate Module, City and Guilds Craft, RSA Diploma or
equivalent [TopQua3]
4. Higher grade, Advanced Higher, CSYS, A level, AS Level, Advanced Senior
Certificate or equivalent [TopQua4]
5. GNVQ/GSVQ Advanced, SVQ Level 3, ONC, OND, SCOTVEC National Diploma,
City and Guilds Advanced Craft, RSA Advanced Diploma or equivalent [TopQua5]
6. HNC, HND, SVQ Level 4, RSA Higher Diploma or equivalent [TopQua6]
7. First Degree, Higher degree, SVQ Level 5 or equivalent [TopQua7]
8. Professional qualifications e.g. teaching, accountancy [TopQua8]
9. Other school examinations not already mentioned [TopQua9]
10. Other post-school but pre Higher education examinations not already mentioned [TopQua10]
11. Other Higher education qualifications not already mentioned [TopQua11]
12. No qualifications [TopQua12]

1 Qualification categories were revised in 2008

National Identity, ethnic background and religion module(All)

ASK ALL (0+)

[BirthPla]1
What is your country of birth?
1. Scotland
2. England
3. Wales
4. Northern Ireland
5. Republic of Ireland
6. Elsewhere (write in)

1 New question in 2012

[BirthPlaO]*
INTERVIEWER: Write in place of birth

[Ethnic12]*2
SHOW CARD Q3
What is your ethnic group?
INTERVIEWER READ OUT: Choose ONE from A to E on the card, then tell me which of the options in that section best describes your ethnic group or background.
CODE ONE ONLY

2 This variable was called 'EthnicI' in 2008; it was renamed in 2009 when the list of answer categories was expanded.
It was renamed again in 2012 when the list of answer categories was revised.

1. A - White: Scottish
2. A - White: Other British
3. A - White: Irish
4. A - White: Gypsy/Traveller
5. A - White: Polish
9. A - White: Other (WRITE IN)
10. B - Mixed: Any mixed or multiple ethnic groups (WRITE IN)
11. C - Asian: Pakistani, Pakistani Scottish or Pakistani British
12. C - Asian: Indian, Indian Scottish or Indian British
13. C - Asian: Bangladeshi, Bangladeshi Scottish or Bangladeshi British
14. C - Asian: Chinese, Chinese Scottish or Chinese British
15. C - Asian: Other (WRITE IN)
16. D - African: African, African Scottish or African British
17. D - African: Other (WRITE IN)
17. E - Caribbean or Black: Caribbean, Caribbean Scottish or Caribbean British
18. E - Caribbean or Black: Black, Black Scottish or Black British
19. E - Caribbean or Black: Other (WRITE IN)
20. F - Other ethnic group: Arab, Arab Scottish or Arab British
21. F - Other ethnic group: other (WRITE IN)

IF Ethnic12=Other white background
[Othwhit]
*
WRITE IN ETHNIC GROUP
Text: Maximum 60 characters

IF Ethnic12=Mixed background
[Othmix]
*
WRITE IN ETHNIC GROUP
Text: Maximum 60 characters

IF Ethnic12=Other Asian background
[OthAsi]
*
WRITE IN ETHNIC GROUP
INTERVIEWER: Write in.
Text: Maximum 60 characters

IF Ethnic12=Other African background
[OthAfr]
*
WRITE IN ETHNIC GROUP
INTERVIEWER: Write in.
Text: Maximum 60 characters

IF Ethnic12=Other Caribbean or Black background
[OthBlk]

WRITE IN ETHNIC GROUP
INTERVIEWER: Write in.
Text: Maximum 60 characters

IF Ethnic12=Other
[Otheth]
*
WRITE IN ETHNIC GROUP
Text: Maximum 60 characters

Note: All other ethnic group answers recorded under Othwhit- Otheth backcoded into Ethnic12

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[Religi09]
1
What religion, religious denomination or body do you belong to?
INTERVIEWER: DO NOT PROMPT
0. None
1. Church of Scotland
2. Roman Catholic
3. Other Christian
4. Muslim
5. Buddhist
6. Sikh
7. Jewish
8. Hindu
9. Pagan
10. Another religion (SPECIFY)
97. Refused

1 This variable was called ReligioS in 2008; the new name reflects the reduced number of answer categories.

IF Religi09=3 'Other Christian' THEN
[Religio2]
*
How would you describe your religion?
INTERVIEWER: Write in

IF Religi09=10 'another religion' THEN
[Religio3]
*
What is the name of the religion, religious denomination or body you belong to?
INTERVIEWER: Write in

Note: All other religion answers recorded under Religio2-Religio3 backcoded into Religio9

Parental History

[PaIntro]*
There has been a lot of talk about health and people's family background.
If you wouldn't mind, I would now like to ask some more general questions about what your parents did when you were a child. If you were not living with, and had no contact with one or both of your parents at that time, please tell me about the people who did care for you. But if you did have even occasional contact with your parents, please tell me about them. Press '1' and Enter to continue.

ASK ALL AGED 16+ NOT LIVING WITH FATHER

[FathOcc]*
What was the name or title of the job your father did, when you were about 14 years old?
This would have been in the year (year respondent was 14).
INTERVIEWER CODE 1 IF FATHER'S JOB TITLE IS KNOWN.
1. FATHER'S JOB TITLE KNOWN
2. Did not know father / no contact with father at the time
3. Father was dead
4. Caring for home / not working
5. Don't know

IF FathOcc = Job title known THEN
[FathTitl]
*
PROBE FULLY AND WRITE IN FATHER'S JOB TITLE.
Text: Maximum 60 characters

[FathSup]
CARD Q4
And which of the descriptions on this card best describes the responsibility he had for staff at that time?
CODE ONE ONLY
1. Self-employed, with a business with 25 or more employees
2. Self-employed, with a business with fewer than 25 employees
3. Self-employed, in a business with no employees
4. A manager of 25 or more staff
5. A manager of fewer than 25 staff
6. Foreman/supervisor
7. An employee, not manager

ASK ALL 16+ NOT LIVING WITH THEIR MOTHER
[MothOcc]
What was the name or title of the job your mother did, when you were about 14 years old?
This would have been in the year (year respondent was 14).
INTERVIEWER CODE 1 IF MOTHER'S JOB TITLE IS KNOWN.
1. MOTHER'S JOB TITLE KNOWN
2. Did not know mother / no contact with mother at the time
3. Mother was dead
4. Caring for home / not working
5. Don't know

IF MothOcc = Job title known THEN
[MothTitl]
*
PROBE FULLY AND WRITE IN MOTHER'S JOB TITLE.
Text: Maximum 60 characters

[MothSup]
CARD Q4
And which of the descriptions on this card best describes the responsibility she had for staff at that time?
CODE ONE ONLY
1. Self-employed, with a business with 25 or more employees
2. Self-employed, with a business with fewer than 25 employees
3. Self-employed, in a business with no employees
4. A manager of 25 or more staff
5. A manager of fewer than 25 staff
6. Foreman/supervisor
7. An employee, not manager

ASK ALL AGED 16+ NOT LIVING WITH THEIR MOTHER
[LiveMaB]

(Can I just check), is your natural mother still alive?
1. Yes
2. No

IF (LiveMaB = Yes) THEN
[AgeMA]

How old is your natural mother?
Range: 1..120

IF (LiveMaB = No) THEN
[ConsMaB]

SHOW CARD Q5
Did your natural mother die from any of the conditions on the card?
CODE ONE ONLY
High blood pressure (sometimes called hypertension)
Angina
Heart attack (including myocardial infarction and coronary thrombosis)
Stroke
Other heart trouble (incl. heart murmur, damaged heart valves, trachycardia or rapid heart)
Diabetes
None of the above conditions

[AgeMaB]
How old was your natural mother when she died?
Range: 10..120

ASK ALL AGED 16+ NOT LIVING WITH THEIR FATHER
[LivePaB]
Is your natural father still alive?
Yes
No

IF (LivePaB=Yes) THEN
[AgePa]

How old is your natural father?
Range: 10..120

IF (LivePaB=No) THEN
[ConsPaB]

SHOW CARD Q5
Did your natural father die from any of the conditions on the card?
CODE ONE ONLY
High blood pressure (sometimes called hypertension)
Angina
Heart attack (including myocardial infarction and coronary thrombosis)
Stroke
Other heart trouble (incl. heart murmur, damaged heart valves, tachycardia or rapid heart)
Diabetes
None of the above conditions

[AgePaB]
How old was your natural father when he died?
Range: 1..120

We are interested in the way some health conditions seem to run in families. I am going to ask you about some conditions which may have been experienced by your own relatives, including those living and any who are deceased.

[FamDB]1
Have any of your parents, children or your brothers or sisters, ever had Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes?
INTERVIEWER: IF ASKED, INCLUDE RELATIVES WHO HAVE DIED BUT EXCLUDE
NON-BLOOD RELATIVES E.G. STEP-BROTHERS, PARENTS-IN-LAW.
IF ADOPTED: IF POSSIBLE ANSWER ABOUT BIRTH PARENTS, IF NOT ANSWER ABOUT ADOPTIVE FAMILY
1. Yes
2. No

1 New question in 2012

[ParCVD]1
Have either of your parents developed heart disease or had a stroke before the age of 60?
INTERVIEWER: EXCLUDECONGENITAL HEART DISEASE (I.E. HEART CONDITIONS PEOPLE ARE BORN WITH)
1. Yes
2. No

1 New question in 2012

[SibCVD]2
Have any of your brothers or sisters developed heart disease or had a stroke before the age of
60?
INTERVIEWER: EXCLUDE CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE (I.E. HEART CONDITIONS PEOPLE ARE BORN WITH)
1. Yes
2. No
3 Only child - no brothers/sisters

2 New question in 2012

[RelCVD]3
Have any of your aunts, uncles or first cousins developed heart disease or had a stroke before the age of 60?
INTERVIEWER: EXCLUDE CONGENITAL HEART DISEASE (I.E. HEART CONDITIONS PEOPLE ARE BORN WITH)"
1. Yes,
2. No,
3. `Does not have any aunts, uncles or first cousins

3 New question in 2012

IF RelCVD = Yes THEN
[RelNum]
How many of them?: 1..97
Self-completion booklets admin

IF Age of Respondent is 13 years or over THEN
[SCIntro]
*
PREPARE (PINK/BLUE/LILAC) SELF-COMPLETION BOOKLET BY ENTERING SERIAL NUMBERS. CHECK YOU HAVE CORRECT PERSON NUMBER.

IF Age of Respondent is 18 or over AND IF (DrinkAny = Never) OR (DrinkOft=Once or twice a year OR Not at all in the last twelve months) (From Drinking module) THEN
[PagEx]
*
INTERVIEWER NOTE: This respondent does not drink (or drinks once or twice a year or less). Cross out the Drinking Experiences questions before handing over the self-completion booklet.

IF Age of Respondent is 13 years or over THEN
[SComp2]
*
I would now like you to answer some questions by completing this booklet on your own. The questions cover (smoking, drinking and general health / general health).
INTERVIEWER: Explain how to complete booklet.
(If asked, show booklet to parent(s)).

IF Age of any respondent in household = 4-12 years THEN
[ParSDQ]

INTERVIEWER: Ask parent to complete mint green booklet for parents of children 4-12.
This child's parent(s) are: (Names of parents)
Code person number of the parent who is completing the booklet, or enter code:
95 = Parent not present at time of interview
96 = Booklet refused

IF (ParSDQ IN [1..10]) THEN
[PrepSDQ]
*
INTERVIEWER: Prepare booklet for parents of children 4-12 by entering serial numbers. Check you have the correct person number.
Explain how to complete the booklet.
Press <1> and <Enter> to continue.

IF Age of respondent is 13 years or over THEN
[SCCheck]
*
INTERVIEWER: Wait until respondent(s) have finished and then check each booklet completed.
If not, ask if questions missed in error.
If in error, ask respondent to complete.

[SComp3]
INTERVIEWER CHECK: Was the (pink/lilac/pale blue) booklet (for 13-15 year olds/for young adults/for adults) completed?
1 Fully completed
2 Partially completed
3 Not completed

IF SComp3=Partially completed OR Not completed THEN
[SComp6]

INTERVIEWER: Record why booklet not completed / partially completed.
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
1 Eyesight problems [SComp61]
2 Language problems [SComp62]
3 Reading/writing/comprehension problems [SComp63]
4 Respondent bored/fed up/tired [SComp64]
5 Questions too sensitive/invasion of privacy [SComp65]
6 Too long/too busy/taken long enough already [SComp66]
7 Refused to complete booklet (no other reason given) [SComp67]
8 Other (SPECIFY) [SComp68]

IF SComp6=Other THEN
[SComp6O]
*
PLEASE SPECIFY OTHER REASON:
Text: Maximum 60 characters

IF Age of any respondent in household = 4-12 years AND IF (ParSDQ IN [1..10]) THEN
[SDQChk]

INTERVIEWER: Was the mint green booklet for parents completed?
1 Fully completed
2 Partially completed
3 Not completed

IF SDQChk =Partially completed OR Not completed THEN
[SDQComp]
INTERVIEWER: Record why booklet not completed / partially completed.
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
0 Child away from home during fieldwork period [SDQComp0]
1 Eyesight problems [SDQComp1]
2 Language problems [SDQComp2]
3 Reading/writing/comprehension problems [SDQComp3]
4 Respondent bored/fed up/tired [SDQComp4]
5 Questions too sensitive/invasion of privacy [SDQComp5]
6 Too long/too busy/taken long enough already [SDQComp6]
7 Refused to complete booklet (no other reason given) [SDQComp7]
8 Other (SPECIFY) [SDQComp8]

Measurements module (All Versions)
(Height 2+ & Weight 2+)

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[Intro]
*
PREAMBLE: I would now like to measure height and weight. There is interest in how people's weight, given their height, is associated with their health.
INTERVIEWER: Select appropriate information leaflet and fill in:

Press <1> to continue

ASK ALL WOMEN AGED 16-49
PregNowB

May I check, are you pregnant now?
1 Yes
2 No

ASK ALL AGED 2+
[RespHts]

INTERVIEWER: Measure height and code.
Include 'disguised' refusals such as 'it will take too long', 'I have to go out' etc. as code 2: height refused.
1 Height measured
2 Height refused
3 Height attempted, not obtained
4 Height not attempted

IF RespHts = Height measured THEN
[Height]

INTERVIEWER: Enter height.
Range: 60.0..244.0

[RelHiteB]
INTERVIEWER CODE ONE ONLY
1 No problems experienced reliable height measurement obtained

Problems experienced - measurement likely to be:
2 Reliable
3 Unreliable

IF RelHiteB = Unreliable THEN
[HiNRel]

INTERVIEWER: What caused the height measurement to be unreliable?
1 Hairstyle or wig
2 Turban or other religious headgear
3 Respondent stooped
4 Child respondent refused stretching
5 Respondent would not stand still
6 Respondent wore shoes
7 Other, please specify
8 Difficulty standing

IF HiNRel = Other THEN
[OHiNRel]
*
PLEASE SPECIFY WHAT CAUSED UNRELIABLE HEIGHT MEASUREMENT.
Text: Maximum 49 characters

IF RespHts = Height refused THEN
[ResNHi]

GIVE REASONS FOR REFUSAL.
1 Cannot see point/Height already known/Doctor has measurement
2 Too busy/Taken too long already/ No time
3 Respondent too ill/frail/tired
4 Considered intrusive information
5 Respondent too anxious/nervous/ shy/embarrassed
6 Refused (no other reason given)
7 Other

IF RespHts = Height attempted, not obtained OR Height not attempted THEN
[NoHitM]
*
INTERVIEWER: Code reason for not obtaining height.
CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
1 Away from home during fieldwork period (specify in a Note) [NoHitM0]
2 Respondent is unsteady on feet [NoHitM1]
3 Respondent cannot stand upright/too stooped [NoHitM2]
4 Respondent is chairbound [NoHitM3]
5 Child: subject would not stand still [NoHitM4]
6 Ill or in pain [NoHitM5]
7 Stadiometer faulty or not available [NoHitM6]
8 Other - specify [NoHitM7]

IF (NoHitM = Other) THEN
[NoHitMO]
*
PLEASE SPECIFY OTHER REASON.
Text: Maximum 60 characters

IF RespHts=Height refused, Height attempted, not obtained OR Height not attempted THEN
[EHtCh]

INTERVIEWER: Ask (respondent) for an estimated height. Will it be given in metres or in feet and inches?
If respondent doesn't know height use <Ctrl K>, if respondent isn't willing to give height use <Ctrl R>.
1 Metres
2 Feet and inches

IF EHtCh = Metres THEN
[EHtm]

INTERVIEWER: Please record estimated height in metres.
Range: 0.01..2.44

IF EHtCh = Feet and inches THEN
[EHtFt]

INTERVIEWER: Please record estimated height. Enter feet.
Range: 0..7

[EHtIn]
INTERVIEWER: Please record estimated height. Enter inches.
Range: 0..11

[EMHeight] Final measured or estimated height (cm).

ASK ALL AGED 2+ UNLESS AGED 16-49 AND PREGNANT (IF PregNowB<>Yes)
[RespWts]

INTERVIEWER: Measure weight and code.
(INTERVIEWER1: If respondent weighs more than 130kg (20 ½ stones) do not weigh. code as 'weight not attempted')
INCLUDE 'DISGUISED' REFUSALS SUCH AS 'IT WILL TAKE TOO LONG', 'I HAVE TO GO OUT' ETC. AT CODE 2: WEIGHT REFUSED.
0 If Age 0-5 years: Weight obtained (child held by adult)/If Age over 5 years: DO NOT USE THIS CODE
1 Weight obtained
2 Weight refused
3 Weight attempted, not obtained
4 Weight not attempted

1 This interviewer instruction only appears if the person being weighed is aged 6 or above.

IF RespWts=Weight obtained (subject on own)
[Weight]

INTERVIEWER: Record weight.
Range: 10.0..130.0

IF RespWts = Weight obtained (child held by adult) THEN
[WtAdult]

INTERVIEWER: Enter weight of adult on his/her own.
Range: 15.0..130.0

[WtChAd]
INTERVIEWER: Enter weight of adult holding child.
Range: 15.0..130.0

[FWeight] Measured weight, either Weight or WtChAd-WtAdult
Range: 0.0..140.0

IF RespWts=Weight obtained (subject on own) OR Weight obtained (child held by adult)
[FloorM]

INTERVIEWER: Were the scales placed on..."
1 …uneven floor, [FloorM1]
2 carpet, [FloorM2]
3 or neither? [FloorM3]

[RelWaitB]
INTERVIEWER: Code one only.
1 No problems experienced, reliable weight measurement obtained

Problems experienced - measurement likely to be:
2 Reliable
3 Unreliable

IF RespWts = Weight refused THEN
[ResNWt]

INTERVIEWER: Give reasons for refusal.
1 Cannot see point/Weight already known/Doctor has measurement
2 Too busy/Taken long enough already/No time
3 Respondent too ill/frail/tired
4 Considered intrusive information
5 Respondent too anxious/nervous/shy/embarrassed
6 Child refused to be held by parent
7 Parent refused to hold child
8 Refused (no other reason given)
9 Other

IF RespWts = Weight attempted, not obtained OR Weight not attempted THEN
[NoWaitM]
*
INTERVIEWER: Code reason for not obtaining weight.
CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
1 Child: away from home during fieldwork period (specify in a Note) [NoWaitM0]
2 Respondent is unsteady on feet [NoWaitM1]
3 Respondent cannot stand upright [NoWaitM2]
4 Respondent is chairbound [NoWaitM3]
5 Respondent weighs more than 130 kg [NoWaitM4]
6 Ill or in pain [NoWaitM5]
7 Scales not working [NoWaitM6]
8 Parent unable to hold child [NoWaitM7]
9 Other - specify [NoWaitM8]

IF NoWaitM = Other THEN
[NoWaitMO]
*
PLEASE SPECIFY OTHER REASON.
Text: Maximum 60 characters

IF RespWts = Weight refused OR Weight attempted, not obtained OR Weight not attempted THEN
[EWtCh]

INTERVIEWER: Ask (respondent) for an estimated weight. Will it be given in kilograms or in stones and pounds?
If respondent doesn't know weight use <Ctrl K>, if respondent isn't willing to give weight use <Ctrl R>.
1 Kilograms
2 Stones and pounds

IF EWtCh = Kilograms THEN
[EWtkg]

INTERVIEWER: Please record estimated weight in kilograms.
Range: 1.0..210.0

IF EWtCh = Stones and pounds THEN
[EWtSt]

INTERVIEWER: Please record estimated weight. Enter stones.
Range: 1..32

[EWtL]
INTERVIEWER: Please record estimated weight. Enter pounds.
Range: 0..13

[EMweight] Final measured or estimated weight (kg), computed

Consents

ASK ALL AGED 16 +
[NHSCanA]
*1
We would like your consent for us to send your name, address and date of birth to the Information Services Division of NHS Scotland so they can link it with your NHS health records. These records hold data on you about medical diagnoses and in-patient and out-patient visits to hospital. They are linked with other information about cancer registration, GP registration and mortality. Please read this form, it explains more about what is involved.
INTERVIEWER: Give the respondent/s the pale green consent form (Scottish health records) and allow them time to read the information.

1 Wording for consents revised in 2012

ASK ALL AGED 13-15
[NHSCanY]
*
We would like your consent for us to send your name, address and date of birth to the Information Services Division of NHS Scotland so they can link it with your NHS health records. These records hold data on you about medical diagnoses and in-patient and out-patient visits to hospital. They are linked with other information about cancer registration, GP registration and mortality. Please read this form, it explains more about what is involved.
Please read this form, it explains more about what is involved.
INTERVIEWER: Give the child the lemon consent form (Scottish Health Records) and allow them time to read the information.

ASK PARENT/GUARDIAN OF CHILD AGED 0-13
[NHSCanC]
*
We would like your consent for us to send (child's) name, address and date of birth to the Information Services Division of NHS Scotland so they can link it with your NHS health records. These records hold data on you about medical diagnoses and in-patient and out-patient visits to hospital. They are linked with other information about cancer registration, GP registration and mortality. Please read this form, it explains more about what is involved.
Please read this form, it explains more about what is involved.
INTERVIEWER: Give the parent/guardian the lemon consent form (Scottish Health Records) and allow them time to read the information.

ASK ALL
[NHSCon]

INTERVIEWER: Did respondent give consent (on behalf of child's name/children's names)?
1 Consent given
2 Consent not given

IF NHSCon = Consent given THEN
[NHSSig]

Before I can pass on (your /name of child's) details, I have to obtain written consent from you.
INTERVIEWER: Enter the respondent's serial number on the top of the consent form.
Ask the (respondent/parent/guardian) to sign and date the form. Give the (respondent/parent/guardian) the top copy of the form to keep, you keep the white copy. Code whether signed consents obtained.
1 Scottish Health records consent signed
No signed consents

ASK ALL AGED 16+
[ReInterA]
*
In the future, the Scottish Government may want to commission follow-up research among particular groups of the public to improve health or health services. Please be assured that any information you provide for this purpose will be released for statistical and research purposes only and carried out by reputable research organisations and that your confidentiality will be protected in the publication of any results given. Would you be willing to have your name, contact details and relevant answers you have given during the interview passed on to the Scottish Government or other research agencies acting on behalf of, or in collaboration with, the Scottish Government for this purpose?
Please read this form, it explains more about what is involved.
INTERVIEWER: Give the respondent the pale blue consent form (Scottish Government follow up research) and allow them time to read the information.

ASK ALL AGED 13-15
[ReInterY]
*
In the future, the Scottish Government may want to commission follow-up research among particular groups of the public to improve health or health services. Please be assured that any information you provide for this purpose will be released for statistical and research purposes only and carried out by reputable research organisations and that your confidentiality will be protected in the publication of any results given. Would you be willing to have your name, contact details and relevant answers you have given during the interview passed on to the Scottish Government or other research agencies acting on behalf of, or in collaboration with, the Scottish Government for this purpose?
Please read this form, it explains more about what is involved.
INTERVIEWER: Give the child the pink consent form (Scottish Government follow up research) and allow them time to read the information.

ASK PARENT/GUARDIAN OF CHILD AGED 0-13
[ReInterC]
* 1
In the future, the Scottish Government may want to commission follow-up research among particular groups of the public to improve health or health services. Please be assured that any information you provide for this purpose will be released for statistical and research purposes only and carried out by reputable research organisations and that your confidentiality will be protected in the publication of any results given. Would you be willing to have (child's name) name, contact details and relevant answers you have given during the interview passed on to the Scottish Government or other research agencies acting on behalf of, or in collaboration with, the Scottish Government for this purpose?
Please read this form, it explains more about what is involved.
INTERVIEWER: Give the parent/guardian the pink consent form (Scottish Government follow up research) and allow them time to read the information.

1 The brackets around the text in this question only appear in main sample households where adults are also asked the
preceding consent question.

SK ALL
[ReIntCon]

INTERVIEWER: Did respondent give consent (on behalf of child's name/children's names)?
1 Consent given
2 Consent not given

IF ReIntCon = Consent given THEN
[ReIntSig]

Before I can pass on (your /name of child's/children's) details, I have to obtain written consent from you.
INTERVIEWER: Enter the respondent's serial number on the top of the consent form.
Ask (respondent / parent / guardian) to sign and date the form. Give the top copy of the form to the respondent. Code whether signed consents obtained.
1 Signed consents obtained
No signed consents

Health Measurements and Samples
ALL 16+ IN SAMPLE B HOUSEHOLDS

[BimodInt]*
I am now going to ask you a few more questions and take some more measurements. Some people find these sensitive and prefer them to be carried out in private

[BioTurn]*
I need to go through the these next questions with each of you in turn so which of you would like to go first? NTERVIEWER: GET THE RESPONDENTS TO DECIDE AMONG THEMSELVES WHO IS GOING TO GO FIRST)

Prescribed Medicines and Drug Coding

ASK ALL SAMPLE B 16+

[MedCNJD]
Are you taking or using any medicines, pills, syrups, ointments, puffers or injections prescribed for you by a doctor or a nurse?
1 Yes
2 No

IF (MedCNJD = Yes) AND ([MEDCINBP=yes] OR [MedHeart=yes])THEN
[MedIntro]
*
Could I take down the names of the medicines, including pills, syrups, ointments, puffers or injections, prescribed for you by a doctor?
INTERVIEWER: Include the contraceptive pill
1 Continue

Questions MedBI-MedBIC repeated for up to 22 drugs

IF (MedCNJD = Yes) AND ([MEDCINBP=yes] OR [MedHeart=yes]) THEN
[MedBI]
(Variable names: Medbi01 - Medbi22)
Enter name of drug number (number).
Ask if you can see the containers for all prescribed medicines currently being taken.
If Aspirin, record dosage as well as name.
Text: maximum 50 characters

[YTake] (Variable names: MedBIA-MedBIA22)
Do you take (name of drug) because of a heart problem, high blood pressure or for some other reason?
1 Heart problem [YTake011-YTake221]
2 High blood pressure [YTake012-YTake222]
3 Other reason [YTake013-YTake223]

[MedBIA] (Variable names: MedBIAB-MedBIA22B)
Have you taken or used (name of drug) in the last 7 days?
1 Yes
2 No

[MedBIC]*
INTERVIEWER CHECK: Any more drugs to enter?
1 Yes
2 No

Blood Pressure

ALL SAMPLE B Age 16+ (EXCEPT PREGNANT WOMEN)

I would now like to measure your blood pressure, which is an important indicator of cardiovascular health.
Blood pressure is measured using a monitor and a cuff which I will secure around your right arm. When we are ready to begin I'll press the start button and the cuff will inflate and deflate automatically three times. You will feel some pressure on your arm when the cuff inflates.

Once I have completed the recordings I will tell you what they are

[BPConst]
INTERVIEWER Does the respondent agree to blood pressure measurement?
1 Yes, agrees
2 No, refuses
3 Unable to measure BP for reason other than refusal

IF BPConst = Yes, agrees THEN
[ConSubX]

May I just check, have you eaten, smoked, drunk alcohol or done any vigorous exercise in the past 30 minutes?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
1 Eaten [ConSubX1]
2 Smoked [ConSubX2]
3 Drunk alcohol [ConSubX3]
4 Done vigorous exercise [ConSubX4]
5 (None of these) [ConSubX5]

[OMRONNo]
INTERVIEWER RECORD BLOOD PRESSURE EQUIPMENT SERIAL NUMBER:
Range:001..999

[CufSize]
SELECT CUFF AND ATTACH TO THE RESPONDENT'S RIGHT ARM. ASK THE RESPONDENT TO SIT STILL FOR FIVE MINUTES.
RECORD CUFF SIZE CHOSEN.
1 Small adult (17-25 cm)
2 Adult (22-32 cm)
3 Large adult (32-42 cm)

[BPReady]*
INTERVIEWER: ONCE RESPONDENT HAS SAT STILL FOR 5 MINUTES YOU ARE READY TO TAKE THE MEASUREMENTS.
Check that the MODE selector is set to AVG (average) and P-SET Volume (pressure setting) is set to auto
ENSURE THE [READY TO MEASURE] SYMBOL IS SHOWING BEFORE PRESSING THE
[START] BUTTON TO START THE MEASUREMENTS.

Sys to BPWait repeated for up to 3 blood pressure measurements and average is also recorded
[Sys] (variable names sys1om - sys4om)
INTERVIEWER: Take three measurements from right arm.
ENTER (AVERAGE/FIRST/SECOND/THIRD) SYSTOLIC READING (mmHg).
IF READING NOT OBTAINED, ENTER 999.
IF YOU ARE NOT GOING TO GET ANY BP READINGS AT ALL, ENTER 996
Range:001..999

[Dias] (variable names dias1om - dias4om)
ENTER (AVERAGE/FIRST/SECOND/THIRD) DIASTOLIC READING (mmHg).
IF READING NOT OBTAINED, ENTER 999.
Range:001..999

[Pulse] (variable names pulse1om -pulse4om)
ENTER (AVERAGE/FIRST/SECOND/THIRD) PULSE READING (bpm).
IF READING NOT OBTAINED, ENTER 999.
Range:001..999

[MAP] (variable names map1om -map4om)

IF NO FULL MEASUREMENT OBTAINED (at least one '999' reading in all 3 sets of 3 readings) THEN
[YNoBP]
ENTER REASON FOR NOT RECORDING ANY FULL BP READINGS
1 Blood pressure measurement attempted but not obtained
2 Blood pressure measurement not attempted
3 Blood pressure measurement refused

ALL SAMPLE B Age 16+ (EXCEPT PREGNANT WOMEN)
[RespBPS]

Response to Blood Pressure measurements:
1 Three Blood pressure measurements
2 Two Blood pressure measurements
3 One Blood pressure measurements
4 Tried
5 Not tried
6 Refused

IF BLOOD PRESSURE MEASUREMENT REFUSED OR NOT ATTEMPTED, OR FEWER THAN THREE FULL READINGS OBTAINED (IF RespBPS in [Two … Refused]) THEN
[NAttBPD]

RECORD WHY (ONLY TWO READINGS OBTAINED/ONLY ONE READING OBTAINED/READING NOT OBTAINED/READING NOT ATTEMPTED/READING REFUSED/UNABLE TO TAKE READING).
CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
0 Problems with PC [NAttBPD0]
1 Respondent upset/anxious/nervous [NAttBPD1]
2 Error reading [NAttBPD2]
5 Other reason(s) (specify at next question) [NAttBPD5]
6 Problems with cuff fitting/painful [NAttBPD6]
7 Problems with equipment (not error reading) [NAttBPD7]

IF NattBP = Other THEN
[OthNBP]
*
ENTER FULL DETAILS OF OTHER REASON(S) FOR NOT OBTAINING/ATTEMPTING THREE BP READINGS:
Text: Maximum 140 characters

IF ONE, TWO OR THREE FULL BLOOD PRESSURE READINGS OBTAINED (IF RespBPS in [Three … One]) THEN
[DifBPC]

RECORD ANY PROBLEMS TAKING READINGS. CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
1 No problems taking blood pressure [DifBPC1]
2 Reading taken on left arm because right arm not suitable [DifBPC2]
3 Respondent was upset/anxious/nervous [DifBPC3]
4 Other problems (SPECIFY AT NEXT QUESTION) [DifBPC4]
5 Problems with cuff fitting/painful [DifBPC5]
6 Problems with equipment (not error reading) [DifBPC6]
7 Error reading [DifBPC7]

IF DifBP=Other THEN
[OthDifBP]
*
RECORD FULL DETAILS OF OTHER PROBLEM(S) TAKING READINGS.
Text: Maximum 140 characters

[BPOffer]*
OFFER BLOOD PRESSURE RESULTS TO RESPONDENT
Systolic Diastolic Pulse
Avg) (Average Systolic reading) (Average Diastolic reading) (Average Pulse reading)
i) (First Systolic reading) (First Diastolic reading) (First Pulse reading)
ii) (Second Systolic reading) (Second Diastolic reading) (Second Pulse reading)
iii) (Third Systolic reading) (Third Diastolic reading) (Third Pulse reading)
ENTER THESE ON RESPONDENT'S MEASUREMENT RECORD CARD (COMPLETE NEW RECORD CARD IF REQUIRED).

ADVICE TO RESPONDENTS ON BLOOD PRESSURE READING:

IF Systolic reading >179 OR Diastolic reading >114 THEN:

TICK THE CONSIDERABLY RAISED BOX AND READ OUT TO RESPONDENT: Your blood pressure is high today. Blood pressure can vary from day to day and throughout the day so that one high reading does not necessarily mean that you suffer from high blood pressure. You are strongly advised to visit your GP within 5 days to have a further blood pressure reading to see whether this is a once-off finding or not.

IF Systolic reading 160-179 OR Diastolic reading 100-114 THEN:

TICK THE RAISED BOX AND READ OUT TO RESPONDENT: Your blood pressure is a bit high today. Blood pressure can vary from day to day and throughout the day so that one high reading does not necessarily mean that you suffer from high blood pressure. You are advised to visit your GP within 2-3 weeks to have a further blood pressure reading to see whether this is a once-off finding or not.

IF Systolic reading 140-159 OR Diastolic reading 85-99 THEN:

TICK THE MILDLY RAISED BOX AND READ OUT TO RESPONDENT: Your blood pressure is a bit high today. Blood pressure can vary from day to day and throughout the day so that one high reading does not necessarily mean that you suffer from high blood pressure. You are advised to visit your GP within 3 months to have a further blood pressure reading to see whether this is a once-off finding or not.

IF Systolic reading <140 AND Diastolic reading <85 THEN:

TICK THE NORMAL BOX AND READ OUT TO RESPONDENT: Your blood pressure is normal.

Waist Circumference

ASK ALL SAMPLE B 16+ (EXCEPT PREGNANT WOMEN)
[WHMod]
*
INTERVIEWER: NOW FOLLOWS THE WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE MEASUREMENT.
ENTER '1' TO CONTINUE
1 Continue

[WIntro]
Now I would like to measure the circumference of your waist. The waist circumference is a measure of the distribution of body fat, provides important additional information and is a predictor of health risk. You will need to be standing for this measurement. I will ask you to identify where on your body your tummy button is, and I will then ask you to place this measuring tape around your waist, over your clothing, at the level of your tummy button. Once the tape measure is level around your waist I will ask you to take a normal breath and then breathe out. I will then record the measurement. I will take at least two measurements.
Are you willing for me to take this measurement?
INTERVIEWER CODE:
1 Respondent agrees to have waist measured
2 Respondent refuses to have waist measured
3 Unable to measure waist for reason other than refusal

IF (WIntro=Agree) THEN

Repeat for up to three waist measurements.
Third measurement taken only if difference between first two measurements is greater than 3cm.

[Waist] (variable names Waist1 to Waist3)
INTERVIEWER: MEASURE THE WAIST CIRCUMFERENCES TO THE NEAREST MM.
ENTER (FIRST/SECOND/THIRD) WAIST MEASUREMENT IN CENTIMETRES (Remember to include the decimal point).
IF MEASUREMENT NOT OBTAINED, ENTER '999.9'.
Range: 45.0..1000.0

IF WIntro in [1..3] THEN
(computed from WIntro, Waist)
[RespW]

Response to waist measurements:
1 Both measurements obtained
2 One measurement obtained
3 Refused
4 Not tried

IF (Waist1 = 999.9) OR (Waist2 = 999.9) THEN
[YNoW]

ENTER REASON FOR NOT GETTING BOTH MEASUREMENTS
1 Both measurements refused
2 Attempted but not obtained
3 Measurement not attempted

IF NO OR ONE MEASUREMENT OBTAINED ((WHIntro=Refuse OR Unable) OR Only one waist measurement obtained) THEN
[WPNABM]

GIVE REASON(S) (FOR REFUSAL/WHY UNABLE/FOR NOT OBTAINING MEASUREMENT/FOR NOT ATTEMPTING/WHY ONLY ONE MEASUREMENT OBTAINED).CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
1 Respondent is in a wheelchair [WPNABM1]
2 Respondent is confined to bed [WPNABM2]
3 Respondent is too stooped [WPNABM3]
4 Respondent did not understand the procedure [WPNABM4]
5 Respondent is embarrassed/sensitive about their size [WPNABM5]
6 No time/busy/already spent enough time on this survey [WPNABM6]
7 Other (SPECIFY AT NEXT QUESTION) [WPNABM7]

IF WHPNABM = Other THEN
[OthWH]
*
GIVE FULL DETAILS OF 'OTHER' REASON(S) FOR NOT GETTING FULL WAIST MEASUREMENT:
Text: Maximum 140 characters

IF AT LEAST ONE WAIST MEASUREMENT OBTAINED (IF (Waist1 <> 999.9 AND Waist1 <> EMPTY) OR (Waist2 <> 999.9 AND Waist2 <> EMPTY)) THEN
[WJRel]

RECORD ANY PROBLEMS WITH WAIST MEASUREMENT:
1 No problems experienced, RELIABLE waist measurement
2 Problems experienced - waist measurement likely to be RELIABLE
3 Problems experienced - waist measurement likely to be SLIGHTLY UNRELIABLE
4 Problems experienced - waist measurement likely to be UNRELIABLE

IF WJRel = Problems experienced THEN
[ProbWJ]

RECORD WHETHER PROBLEMS EXPERIENCED ARE LIKELY TO INCREASE OR
DECREASE THE WAIST MEASUREMENT.
1 Increases measurement (e.g. bulky clothing)
2 Decreases measurement (e.g. very tight clothing)
3 Measurement not affected

IF ONE OR TWO WAIST MEASUREMENTS OBTAINED THEN
[WHRes]
*
OFFER TO WRITE RESULTS OF WAIST MEASUREMENTS, WHERE APPLICABLE, ONTO RESPONDENT'S MEASUREMENT RECORD CARD.
Waist: (Write in waist measurements 1 and 2)
1 Continue
Saliva sample

ASK ALL SAMPLE B 16+ (EXCEPT PREGNANT WOMEN)
[SalInt1]
*
INTERVIEWER: NOW FOLLOWS THE SALIVA SAMPLE.
1 Continue

[Smoke]
Can I just check, do you smoke cigarettes, cigars or a pipe at all these days?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
INTERVIEWER: If respondent used to smoke but does not any more, code 'No'.
1 Yes, cigarettes [Smoke1]
2 Yes, cigars [Smoke2]
3 Yes, pipe [Smoke3]
4 No [Smoke4]

IF Smoke = No THEN
[SmokeYr]

Have you smoked in the last 12 months?
1 Yes
2 No

IF Smoke = Yes OR SmokeYr = yes THEN
[UseNRTB]

SHOW CARD R1
Have you used any of the following products in the last seven days?
INTERVIEWER: ELECTORINC CIGARETTES SHOULD NOT BE INCLUDED AS A NICOTINE REPLACEMENT PRODUCT
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
1 Yes, nicotine gum [UseNRTB1]
2 Yes, nicotine patches that you stick on your skin [UseNRTB2]
3 Yes, nasal spray/nicotine inhaler [UseNRTB3]
4 Yes, lozenge/microtab [UseNRTB4]
5 Yes, Champix/Varenicline [UseNRTB5]
6 Yes, Zyban/Bupropion [UseNRTB6]
7 Yes, other [UseNRTB7]
8 No [UseNRTB8]

IF UseNRTB = Yes, other THEN
[NRTOthB]
*
What other products did you use?
Text: Maximum 140 characters

[SalIntr1]
INTERVIEWER: ASK RESPONDENT FOR A SALIVA SAMPLE.
READ OUT: I would like to take a sample of saliva (spit). This simply involves chewing on some dental roll. The sample will be analysed for cotinine, which is related to the intake of tobacco smoke and is of particular interest to see if non-smokers may have raised levels as a result of 'passive' smoking
1 Respondent agrees to give saliva sample
2 Respondent refuses to give saliva sample
3 Unable to obtain saliva sample for reason other than refusal

IF SalIntr1=Agree THEN
[SalWrit]
*
INTERVIEWER CHECKLIST FOR CONSENT BOOKLET:
1. Enter Serial No at top of page 1 and 3.
2. Obtain respondent signature on page 3.
3. Sign and date page 3 yourself.
4. Complete interviewer and respondent details on page 1.
5. Circle code 01 at question 7 on page 1 of the Consent Booklet.
6. Turn to lab dispatch note and at Smoking status code 1 (or 2 depending on smoking status)
1 Continue

[SalInst]*
ASK RESONDENT TO CHEW ON DENTAL ROLL (DRIBBLE INTO TUBE)
WRITE THE SERIAL NUMBER AND DATE OF BIRTH ON THE BLUE LABEL USING A BLUE BIRO
SERIAL NO (Displays serial number)
PERSON NO (Displays person number)
DATE OF BIRTH (Displays date of birth)
INTERVIEWER: The saliva label goes around the outer tube (not lengthways)
1 Continue

[SalObt1]
INTERVIEWER CHECK
1 Saliva sample obtained
2 Saliva sample refused
3 Saliva sample not attempted
4 Attempted but not obtained

IF SalObt1 = Obtained THEN
[SalCod1]
*
INTERVIEWER: PLEASE CIRCLE CODE 1 'YES' AT QUESTION 8 IN THE CONSENT BOOKLET

[SalHow]
INTERVIEWER: Code the method used to obtain the saliva sample.
1 Dribbled into tube
2 Dental Roll

IF (SalObt1= Not attempted or Attempted, not obtained) OR (SalIntr1=Unable) THEN
[SalNObt]

RECORD WHY SALIVA SAMPLE NOT OBTAINED. CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
3 Respondent not able to produce any saliva [SalNObt3]
4 Other (SPECIFY AT NEXT QUESTION) [SalNObt4]

IF SalNObt = Other THEN
[OthNObt]
*
GIVE FULL DETAILS OF REASON(S) WHY SALIVA SAMPLE NOT OBTAINED.
Text: Maximum 140 characters

[SalCode]
INTERVIEWER: Circle 02 at question 7 on page 1 of the Consent Booklet.
INTERVIEWER: Please ensure you complete all of page 1 in the Consent Booklet.
The respondent's date of birth is (displays DOB)
1 Continue

IF SalIntr1=Refused THEN
[SalYRef]

1. Embarrassed/sensitive about providing a samples [SalYRef1]
2. Knows they would have difficulty providing a sample [SalYRef2]
3. No time/busy/already spent enough time on this survey [SalYRef3]
4. Doesn't like the thought of doing it [SalYRef4]
5. Concerns about how sample will be used/store [SalYRef5]
6. Respondent did not understand the procedure [SalYRef6]
95. Other (SPECIFY AT NEXT QUESTION) [SalYRef9]

IF SalYRef = other THEN
INTERVIEWER: WRITE IN OTHER REASON FOR REFUSAL
Text: Maximum 140 characters

[SalCode]*
INTERVIEWER: Circle code 02 at question 7 on page 1 of the Consent Booklet.
INTERVIEWER: Please ensure you complete all of page 1 in the consent booklet.
The respondent's date of birth is (displays DOB)
1 Continue

Urine Sample

ASK ALL SAMPLE B 16+ (EXCEPT PREGNANT WOMEN)

[UriDisp]*
INTERVIEWER: NOW FOLLOWS THE URINE SAMPLE.

[UriIntro]
READ OUT: I would like to take a sample of your urine. This simply involves you collecting a small amount of urine (mid-flow) in this container. The sample will be analysed for sodium (salt), so we can measure the amount of salt in people's diets. High dietary salt levels are related to high blood pressure, so this is important information for assessing the health of the population.
Would you be willing to provide a urine sample?
1 Respondent agrees to give urine sample
2 Respondent refuses to give urine sample
3 Unable to obtain urine sample for reason other than refusal

IF UriIntr1=Agree THEN
[UriWrit]
*
INTERVIEWER CHECKLIST FOR CONSENT BOOKLET:
1. Enter Serial No at top of page 1 and 4
2. Obtain respondent signature on page 4
3. Sign and date page 4 yourself.
4. Complete interviewer and respondent details on page 1
5. Circle code 03 at question 7 on page 1 of the Consent Booklet
1 Continue

[UriSamp]*
ASK RESPONDENT TO TAKE CONTAINER AND PROVIDE URINE SAMPLE.
WRITE THE SERIAL NUMBER AND DATE OF BIRTH ON A BLOOD LABEL USING A BLUE BIRO.
SERIAL NO: (Displays serial no)
PERSON NO (Displays person no)
DATE OF BIRTH: (Displays date of birth)
INTERVIEWER: The urine label goes lengthways on the tube (not around it)

[UriObt1]
CHECK
1 Urine sample obtained
2 Urine sample refused
3 Urine sample not attempted
4 Attempted but not obtained

IF (UriObt1=Not attempted or Attempted, not obtained) OR (UriIntr1=Unable) THEN
[UriNObt]

RECORD WHY URINE SAMPLE NOT OBTAINED. CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
1 Respondent not able to produce any urine [UriNObt3]
2 Other (SPECIFY AT NEXT QUESTION) [UriNObt4]

IF UriNObt = Other THEN
[OthNObt]
*
GIVE FULL DETAILS OF REASON(S) WHY URINE SAMPLE NOT OBTAINED.
Text: Maximum 140 characters

[UriCod2]
INTERVIEWER: PLEASE CIRCLE CODE 2 'NO' AT QUESTION 9 IN THE CONSENT BOOKLET.
1 Continue

IF UriIntr1=Refused OR UriObt1=Refused THEN
[UriYRef]

1. Embarrassed/sensitive about providing sample [UriYRef1]
2. Went to toilet too recently to provide sample [UriYRef2]
3. Knows they would have difficulty providing a sample for reason other than having just been to toilet [UriYRef3]
4. No time/busy/already spent enough time on this survey [UriYRef4]
5. Doesn't like the thought of doing it [UriYRef5]
6. Concerns about how sample will be used/store [UriYRef6]
7. Respondent did not understand the procedure [UriYRef7]
95. Other (SPECIFY AT NEXT QUESTION) [UriYRef9]

IF UriYRef = Other THEN
[UriYRefO]
*
INTERVIEWER: WRITE IN OTHER REASON FOR REFUSAL
Text: Maximum 140 characters

INTERVIEWER: PLEASE CIRCLE CODE CODE 2 'NO' AT QUESTION 9 IN THE CONSENT BOOKLET
ASK ALL SAMPLE B 16+

[CASIInt]*
I now have some questions for you to answer yourself, on the computer. The questions cover topics to do with depression, anxiety and self-harm. When you have finished the computer will lock away your answers and no one else will be able to see them, including me.
Instructions about which keys to press will be shown on the computer screen. If you press the wrong key I can tell you how to change the answer. When you get to the end, please tell me and we will complete the rest of the interview with me asking you questions again.

INTERVIEWER: Only where necessary, ask respondent if they would like you to read the questions out to them.
Please code whether the self-completion is accepted or not
1 Self-completion accepted by respondent
2 Self-completion to be read out by interviewer
3 Self-completion refused

If CASIInt=3 (refused)

[SCompNH]
INTERVIEWER: Record why the computer self-completion was not completed.
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
: SET OF
1 Eyesight problems [SCompNH1]
2 Language problems [SCompNH2]
3 Reading/writing/comprehension problems [SCompNH3]
4 Doesn't like computers [SCompNH4]
5 Respondent bored/fed up/tired [SCompNH5]
6 Questions too sensitive/invasion of privacy [SCompNH6]
7 Too long/too busy/taken long enough already [SCompNH7]
8 Refused to complete self-completion (no other reason given)[SCompNH8]
9 Other (SPECIFY) [SCompNH9]

{If CASI NOT REFUSED}
[CASIInst]*
INTERVIEWER: If the respondent is happy to do the self-completion themselves - hand over the computer now. Otherwise keep interviewing.

[DashInt]*
The next questions are for you to answer yourself. They all ask you to choose an answer from those listed on the screen. Please choose your answer by pressing the number next to the answer you want to give and then press the large key with the red sticker (the enter key).
You don't have to answer every question - if you want to skip one the interviewer will tell you how to do this. Please ask the interviewer if you want any help. Now press 1 and then the key with the red sticker to continue.

[AnxInt]*
The next few questions ask about how you've been feeling lately and if you've been feeling depressed, worried or anxious.
Press 1 and then the key with the red sticker to continue.
Anxiety

[J1SC]
Have you been feeling anxious or nervous in the past month?
1 Yes, anxious or nervous
2 No

IF J1SC = No THEN
[J2SC]

In the past month, did you ever find your muscles felt tense or that you couldn't relax?
1 Yes
2 No

ALL
[J3SC]

Some people have phobias; they get nervous or uncomfortable about specific things or situations when there is no real danger. For instance they may get extremely anxious when in confined spaces, or they may have a fear of heights. Others become nervous at the sight of things like blood or spiders.
In the past month have you felt anxious, nervous or tense about any specific things when there was no real danger?
1 Yes
2 No

IF RESPONDENT HAS EXPERIENCED ANXIETY AND PHOBIA ((IF J1SC=Yes AND J3SC=Yes) OR (J2SC=Yes AND J3SC=Yes)) THEN
[J5SC]

In the past month, when you felt anxious/nervous/tense, was this always brought on by the phobia about some specific situation or thing or did you sometimes feel generally anxious/nervous/tense?
1 Always brought on by phobia
2 Sometimes generally anxious

IF J5SC = Sometimes generally anxious THEN
[J6SC]

The next questions are concerned with general anxiety/nervousness/tension only.
On how many of the past seven days have you felt generally anxious/nervous/tense?
1 4 days or more
2 1 to 3 days
3 None

IF RESPONDENT HAS EXPERIENCED GENERAL ANXIETY ONLY (IF (J1SC=Yes AND J3SC=No) OR (J2SC=Yes AND J3SC=No)) THEN
[J7SC]

On how many of the past seven days have you felt generally anxious/nervous/tense?
1 4 days or more
2 1 to 3 days
3 None

IF RESPONDENT HAS EXPERIENCED ANXIETY FOR AT LEAST 1 DAY (IF J6SC IN [1..2] OR J7SC IN [1..2]) THEN
[J8SC]

In the past week, has your anxiety/nervousness/tension been:
RUNNING PROMPT
1 ...very unpleasant
2 ...a little unpleasant
3 ...or not unpleasant?

[J9SC]
In the past week, when you've been anxious/nervous/tense, have you had any of the symptoms shown below?
Heart racing or pounding
Hands sweating or shaking
Feeling dizzy
Difficulty getting your breath
Butterflies in stomach
Dry mouth
Nausea or feeling as though you wanted to vomit

IF RESPONDENT HAS EXPERIENCED ANY OF THE SYMPTOMS LISTED IF J9SC=Yes) THEN
[J9A…]

Which of these symptoms did you have when you felt anxious/nervous/tense?
CODE ALL THAT APPLY
1 Heart racing or pounding [J9A1SC]
2 Hands sweating or shaking [J9A2SC]
3 Feeling dizzy [J9A3SC]
4 Difficulty getting your breath [J9A4SC]
5 Butterflies in stomach [J9A5SC]
6 Dry mouth [J9A6SC]
7 Nausea or feeling as though you wanted to vomit [J9A7SC]

IF RESPONDENT HAS EXPERIENCED ANXIETY FOR AT LEAST 1 DAY (IF J6SC IN [1..2] OR J7SC IN [1..2]) THEN
[J10SC]

Have you felt anxious/nervous/tense for more than 3 hours in total on any one of the past seven days?
1 Yes
2 No

[J11SC]
How long have you had these feelings of general anxiety/nervousness/tension as you described?
1 less than 2 weeks
2 2 weeks but less than 6 months
3 6 months but less than 1 year
4 1 year but less than 2 years
5 2 years or more

Depression

[G1SC]
Almost everyone becomes sad, miserable or depressed at times.
Have you had a spell of feeling sad, miserable or depressed in the past month?
1 Yes
2 No

[G2SC]
During the past month, have you been able to enjoy or take an interest in things as much as you usually do?
1 Yes
2 No/no enjoyment or interest

IF G1SC = Yes THEN
[G4SC]

In the past week have you had a spell of feeling sad, miserable or depressed?
1 Yes
2 No

IF G2SC= No THEN
[G5SC]

In the past week have you been able to enjoy or take an interest in things as much as usual?
1 Yes
2 No/no enjoyment or interest

IF (G4SC = Yes) OR (G5SC = No/no enjoyment or interest) THEN
[G6SC]

Since last [Sunday / Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday] on how many days have you felt [depressed or unable to take an interest in things / sad, miserable or depressed / unable to enjoy or take an interest in things]?
1 4 days or more
2 1 to 3 days
3 None

[G7SC]
Have you felt [depressed or unable to take an interest in things / sad, miserable or depressed /unable to enjoy or take an interest in things] for more than 3 hours in total (on any day in the past week)?
1 Yes
2 No

[G9SC]
In the past week when you felt sad, miserable or depressed/unable to enjoy or take an interest in things, did you ever become happier when something nice happened, or when you were in company?
1 Yes, at least once
2 No

[G10SC]
How long have you been feeling sad, miserable or depressed/unable to enjoy or take an interest in things as you have described?
1 less than 2 weeks
2 2 weeks but less than 6 months
3 6 months but less than 1 year
4 1 year but less than 2 years
5 2 years but less than 5 years
6 5 years but less than 10 years
7 10 years or more

Self Harm

[DSHIntro]*
There may be times in everyone's life when they become very miserable and depressed and may feel like taking drastic action because of these feelings
1 Continue

[DSH4SC]
Have you ever made an attempt to take your life, by taking an overdose of tablets or in some other way?
1 Yes
2 No

IF DSH4SC = Yes THEN
[DSH4aSC]

When was this? Please tell us about the most recent time
1 In the last week?
2 In the last year?
3 Some other time?

ALL
[DSH5SC]

Have you ever deliberately harmed yourself in any way but not with the intention of killing yourself?
1 Yes
2 No

IF DSH5SC = Yes THEN
[DSH5aSC]

When was this? Please tell us about the most recent time
1 In the last week?
2 In the last year?
3 Some other time?

DISPLAY IF DSH4aSC = 'in the last week' OR 'in the last year' THEN
[DSHExit]
*
The sorts of thoughts and feelings we have talked about here are very serious and it is important that you talk to someone, for example a doctor or The Samaritains, if you find yourself thinking them.

ASK ALL
[DashLeaf]
*
INTERVIEWER: PLEASE HAND OVER THE USEFUL CONTACTS LEAFLET TO RESPONDENTS BEFORE CONTINUING. IF THE RESPONDENT APPEARS UPSET OR DISTRESSED THEN YOU MIGHT NEED TO GIVE THEM SOME TIME TO COMPOSE THEMSELVES BEFORE CARRYING ON WITH THE REST OF THE INTERVIEW.

Final

[BioEnd]*
Those are all the questions I wanted to ask you.
INTERVIEWER: MAKE SURE THE RESPONDENT HAS:
COPIES OF THEIR CONSENT FORMS
MEASUREMENT RECORD CARD
USEFUL CONTACTS LEAFLET

[BioEnd2]*
INTERVIEWER: Before you leave make sure you have:
1. Office copies of consent forms
2. Signed copies of voucher receipt forms
3. Labeled the samples
4. Completed the dispatch note
5. Included dispatch note in envelope with samples

INTERVIEWER: PRESS <Ctrl Enter> RETURN TO THE INDIVIDUAL SESSION TO COLLECT PHONE NUMBER BEFORE FINISHING OR TO OPEN ANOTHER BIOMODULE SESSION FOR THE NEXT RESPONDENT.

[EndReach]*
INTERVIEWER: End of questionnaire reached.
Press <1> and <Enter> to continue.
1 Continue

[Thank]*
INTERVIEWER: Thank respondent for his/her co-operation.
Then press <1> and <Enter> to finish.
1 Continue

SCOTTISH HEALTH SURVEY 2012

SHOWCARDS

P7162 U SHCA

CARD A1

MARITAL STATUS

1 Never married and never registered a same-sex civil partnership

2 Married

3 In a registered same-sex civil partnership

4 Separated, but still legally married

5 Separated, but still legally in a same-sex civil partnership

6 Divorced

7 Formerly in a same-sex civil partnership which is now legally dissolved

8 Widowed

9 Surviving partner from a same-sex civil partnership

CARD A2

RELATIONSHIP

1 Husband / Wife

2 Legally recognised civil partner

3 Partner / Cohabitee

4 Natural son / daughter

5 Adopted son / daughter

6 Foster son / daughter

7 Stepson / Stepdaughter / Child of partner

8 Son-in-law / Daughter-in-law

9 Natural parent

10 Adoptive parent

11 Foster parent

12 Step-parent / Parent's partner

13 Parent-in-law

14 Natural brother / Natural sister (ie. both natural parents the same)

15 Half-brother / Half-sister (ie. one natural parent the same)

16 Step-brother / Step-sister (ie. no natural parents the same)

17 Adopted brother / Adopted sister

18 Foster brother / Foster sister

19 Brother-in-law / Sister-in-law

20 Grandchild

21 Grandparent

22 Other relative

23 Other non-relative

CARD A3

1 Buying with mortgage / loan

2 Own it outright

3 Part rent / part mortgage

4 Rent (including rents paid by housing benefit)

5 Living here rent free

CARD A4

1 People can smoke anywhere inside this house/flat

2 People can only smoke in certain areas or rooms inside this house/flat (include smoking out of the window and at an open back door)

3 People can only smoke in outdoor areas (e.g. gardens/balconies of this house/flat)

4 People cannot smoke indoors or in outdoor areas of this house/flat

CARD A5

Very confident

Fairly confident

Not very confident

Not at all confident

1 Earnings from employment or self-employment (including overtime, tips, bonuses)

2 State retirement pension

3 Pension from former employer

4 Personal pensions

5 Child Benefit

6 Job-Seekers Allowance

7 Income Support

8 Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit or any other Tax Credit

9 Housing Benefit

10 Other state benefits

11 Student grants and bursaries (but not loans)

12 Interest from savings and investments (eg. stocks and shares)

13 Rent from property (after expenses)

14 Other kinds of regular income (eg. maintenance or grants)

15 No source of income

CARD A7

GROSS INCOME FROM ALL SOURCES

(before any deductions for taxes, National Insurance contributions, health insurance payments, superannuation payments etc.)

WEEKLY or MONTHLY or ANNUAL
Less than £10 .................. 1 Less than £40 ......................... 1 Less than £520.......................... 1
£10 less than £30.............. 2 £40 less than £130 ................. 2 £520 less than £1,600............... 2
£30 less than £50.............. 3 £130 less than £220 ............... 3 £1,600 less £2,600 .................... 3
£50 less than £70.............. 4 £220 less than £300 ............... 4 £2,600 less than £3,600............ 4
£70 less than £100 ........... 5 £300 less than £430 ............... 5 £3,600 less than £5,200............ 5
£100 less than £150 ......... 6 £430 less than £650 ............... 6 £5,200 less than £7,800............ 6
£150 less than £200 ......... 7 £650 less than £870 ............... 7 £7,800 less than £10,400.......... 7
£200 less than £250 ......... 8 £870 less than £1,100 ............ 8 £10,400 less than £13,000........ 8
£250 less than £300 ......... 9 £1,100 less than £1,300 ......... 9 £13,000 less than £15,600........ 9
£300 less than £350 ......... 10 £1,300 less than £1,500 ......... 10 £15,600 less than £18,200........ 10
£350 less than £400 ......... 11 £1,500 less than £1,700 ......... 11 £18,200 less than £20,800........ 11
£400 less than £450 ......... 12 £1,700 less than £2,000 ......... 12 £20,800 less than £23,400........ 12
£450 less than £500 ......... 13 £2,000 less than £2,200 ......... 13 £23,400 less than £26,000........ 13
£500 less than £550 ......... 14 £2,200 less than £2,400 ......... 14 £26,000 less than £28,600........ 14
£550 less than £600 ......... 15 £2,400 less than £2,600 ......... 15 £28,600 less than £31,200........ 15
£600 less than £650 ......... 16 £2,600 less than £2,800 ......... 16 £31,200 less than £33,800........ 16
£650 less than £700 ......... 17 £2,800 less than £3,000 ......... 17 £33,800 less than £36,400........ 17
£700 less than £800 ......... 18 £3,000 less than £3,500 ......... 18 £36,400 less than £41,600........ 18
£800 less than £900 ......... 19 £3,500 less than £3,900 ......... 19 £41,600 less than £46,800........ 19
£900 less than £1,000 ...... 20 £3,900 less than £4,300 ......... 20 £46,800 less than £52,000........ 20
£1,000 less than £1,150 ... 21 £4,300 less than £5,000 ......... 21 £52,000 less than £60,000........ 21
£1,150 less than £1,350 ... 22 £5,000 less than £5,800 ......... 22 £60,000 less than £70,000........ 22
£1,350 less than £1,500 ... 23 £5,800 less than £6,500 ......... 23 £70,000 less than £78,000........ 23
£1,500 less than £1,750 ... 24 £6,500 less than £7,500 ......... 24 £78,000 less than £90,000........ 24
£1,750 less than £1,900 ... 25 £7,500 less than £8,300 ......... 25 £90,000 less than £100,000...... 25
£1,900 less than £2,100 ... 26 £8,300 less than £9,200 ......... 26 £100,000 less than £110,000.... 26
£2,100 less than £2,300 ... 27 £9,200 less than £10,000 ....... 27 £110,000 less than £120,000.... 27
£2,300 less than £2,500 ... 28 £10,000 less than £10,800 ..... 28 £120,000 less than £130,000.... 28
£2,500 less than £2,700 ... 29 £10,800 less than £11,700 ..... 29 £130.000 less than £140,000.... 29
£2,700 less than £2,900 ... 30 £11,700 less than £12,500 ..... 30 £140,000 less than £150,000.... 30
£2,900 or more.................. 31 £12,500 or more...................... 31 £150,000 or more ...................... 31

CARD A8

1 Working as an employee (or temporarily away)

2 On a Government sponsored training scheme (or temporarily away)

3 Self employed or freelance (or temporarily away)

4 Working unpaid for your own family's business (or temporarily away) 5 Doing any other kind of paid work

6 None of the above

CARD A9

HOURS SPENT PROVIDING CARE

1 Up to 4 hours a week

2 5 - 19 hours a week

3 20 - 34 hours a week

4 35 - 49 hours a week

5 50 or more hours a week

CARD A10

1 Less than one year

2 One year but less than 5 years

3 5 years but less than 10 years

4 10 years but less than 20 years

5 20 years or more

CARD A11

1 Been unable to take up employment

2 Worked fewer hours

3 Reduced responsibility at work

4 Flexible employment agreed

5 Changed to work at home

6 Reduced opportunities for promotion

7 Took new job

8 Left employment altogether

9 Took early retirement

10 Other (Please say what)

11 Employment not affected/never had a job

CARD A12

1 Short breaks or respite e.g. day time breaks, overnight breaks or emergency respite

2 Advice and information

3 Practical support (e.g. transport, equipment/adaptations)

4 Counselling or emotional support

5 Training and learning

6 Advocacy services

7 Personal assistant/ support worker/ community nurse/ home help

8 Help from family, friends or neighbours

9 Carer's allowance

10 Other (Please say what)

11 Receive no help or support

CARD A13

1 Short breaks or respite e.g. day time breaks, overnight breaks or emergency respite

2 Advice and information

3 Practical things, e.g. putting hand rails in the bathroom, transport to a day centre

4 Talking to someone for support, e.g. family member, friend, counsellor

5 Having a befriender or a peer mentor

6 Advocacy services

7 Personal assistant/ support worker/ community nurse/ home help

8 Help from family, friends or neighbours

9 Help from teachers at school, e.g. talking or extra help with homework

10 Social activities and support, e.g. young carers' groups or day trips

11 Other (Please say what)

12 Receive no help or support

CARD A14

Extremely
dissatisfied
Extremely
satisfied
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

CARD B2

1 Regular check-up with GP / hospital / clinic

2 Taking medication (tablets / inhalers)

3 Advice or treatment to stop smoking

4 Using oxygen

5 Immunisations against flu / pneumococcus

6 Exercise or physical activity

7 Advice or treatment to lose weight

8 Other (Please say what)

CARD E1

HOUSEWORK

Done during the last 4 weeks - Hoovering

Dusting

Ironing General tidying

Washing floors and paint work

CARD E2

HEAVY HOUSEWORK

Done during the last 4 weeks -

Moving heavy furniture

Spring cleaning

Walking with heavy shopping (for more than 5 minutes)

Cleaning windows

Scrubbing floors with a scrubbing brush

CARD E3

GARDENING, DIY AND BUILDING WORK

Done during the last 4 weeks - Hoeing, weeding, pruning Mowing with a power mower Planting flowers/seeds Decorating

Minor household repairs Car washing and polishing Car repairs and maintenance

CARD E4

HEAVY MANUAL WORK

Done during the last 4 weeks - Digging, clearing rough ground Building in stone/bricklaying

Mowing large areas with a hand mower Felling trees, chopping wood Mixing/laying concrete

Moving heavy loads

Refitting a kitchen or bathroom

CARD E5

Done during the last 4 weeks -

1 Swimming

2 Cycling

3 Workout at a gym / Exercise bike / Weight training

4 Aerobics / Keep fit / Gymnastics / Dance for fitness

5 Any other type of dancing

6 Running / Jogging

7 Football / Rugby

8 Badminton / Tennis

9 Squash

10 Exercises (e.g. press-ups, sit-ups)

Please also include teaching, coaching and training/practice sessions

CARD E6

1 Bowls

2 Fishing/ angling

3 Golf

4 Hillwalking/ rambling

5 Snooker/ billiards/ pool

6 Aqua-robics/ aquafit/ exercise class in water

7 Yoga/pilates

8 Athletics

9 Basketball

10 Canoeing/ Kayaking

11 Climbing

12 Cricket

13 Curling

14 Hockey

15 Horse riding

16 Ice skating

17 Martial arts including Tai Chi

18 Netball

19 Powerboating/ jet skiing

20 Rowing

21 Sailing/ windsurfing

22 Shinty

23 Skateboarding/ inline skating

24 Skiing/ snowboarding

25 Subaqua

26 Surfing/ body boarding

27 Table tennis

28 Tenpin bowling

29 Volleyball

30 Waterskiing

0 No - none of these

CARD E7

1 To keep fit (not just to lose weight)

2 To lose weight

3 To take children

4 To meet with friends

5 To train / take part in a competition

6 To improve my performance

7 Just enjoy it

8 To help with my injury or disability

9 Part of my voluntary work

10 To walk the dog

11 For health reasons / to improve health

12 Other (Please say what)

CARD E8

1 It costs too much

2 No one to do it with

3 Never occurred to me

4 Not really interested

5 Fear of injury

6 I wouldn't enjoy it

7 Health isn't good enough

8 I might feel uncomfortable or out of place

9 Changing facilities are not good enough

10 Not enough information on what is available

11 It's difficult to find the time

12 I already do enough

13 Other

14 No reason

CARD F1

1 Less than 5 minutes

2 5 minutes, less than 15 minutes

3 15 minutes, less than 30 minutes

4 30 minutes, less than 1 hour

5 1 hour, less than 1 ½ hours

6 1 ½ hours, less than 2 hours

7 2 hours, less than 2 ½ hours

8 2 ½ hours, less than 3 hours

9 3 hours, less than 3 ½ hours

10 3 ½ hours, less than 4 hours

11 4 hours or more (please say how long)

CARD F2

SPORTS AND EXERCISE ACTIVITIES

INCLUDE any sports and exercise activities like:

sport activities

Going swimming or swimming lessons

Gymnastics (include Toddler Gym, Tumble Tots etc)

Dance lessons, ballet lessons, ice skating

Horse riding

Disco dancing

Any other organised sports, team sports or exercise activities

CARD F3

Other active things like:

Ride a bike

Kick a ball around

Run about (outdoors or indoors) Play active games

Jump around

Any other things like these

CARD G1

1 6 a day or more

2 4 or 5 a day

3 2 or 3 a day

4 One a day

5 Less than one a day

CARD G2

1 6 or more times a day

2 4 or 5 times a day

3 2 or 3 times a day

4 Once a day

5 5 or 6 times a week

6 2 to 4 times a week

7 Once a week

8 1 to 3 times a month

9 Less often or never

CARD G3

CARD G3

CARD H1

1 Less than a week

2 At least a week but less than a month

3 1 - 3 months

4 4 - 6 months

5 Over 6 months

CARD H2

1 Nicotine gum

2 Nicotine patches that you stick on your skin

3 Nasal spray/nicotine inhaler

4 Lozenge / microtab

5 Champix / Varenicline

6 Zyban / Bupropion

7 Other (Please say what)

8 No products used

CARD H3

1 At own home

2 At work

3 In other people's homes

4 In cars, vans etc

5 Outside of buildings (e.g. pubs, shops, hospitals)

6 In other public places

CARD J1

1 Almost every day

2 Five or six days a week

3 Three or four days a week

4 Once or twice a week

5 Once or twice a month

6 Once every couple of months

7 Once or twice a year

8 Not at all in the last 12 months

250ml wine glass

Left: 175ml wine glass. Right: 125ml wine glass

CARD J2

1 Normal strength beer / lager / cider / shandy

2 Strong beer / lager / cider

3 Spirits or Liqueurs

4 Sherry, Martini or Buckfast

5 Wine

6 Alcopops / pre-mixed drinks

7 Other alcoholic drinks

8 Low alcohol drinks only

CARD J3

1 In a pub or bar

2 In a restaurant

3 In a club or disco

4 At a party with friends

5 At my home

6 At someone else's home

7 Out on the street, in a park or other outdoor area

8 Somewhere else (Please say where)

CARD J4

1 My husband or wife / boyfriend or girlfriend / partner

2 Male friends

3 Female friends

4 Male and female friends together

5 Work colleagues

6 Members of my family / relatives

7 Someone else (Please say who)

8 On my own

CARD K1

1 No natural teeth

2 Fewer than 10 natural teeth

3 Between 10 and 19 natural teeth

4 20 or more natural teeth

CARD K2

1 Very happy

2 Fairly happy

3 Fairly unhappy

4 Very unhappy

CARD K3

1 Yes, often

2 Yes, occasionally

3 No, never

CARD P1

1 Working as an employee (or temporarily away)

2 On a Government sponsored training scheme (or temporarily away)

3 Self employed or freelance (or temporarily away)

4 Working unpaid for your own family's business (or temporarily away) 5 Doing any other kind of paid work

6 None of the above

CARD Q1

1 School Leaving Certificate, National Qualification Access Unit

2 O Grade, Standard Grade, GCSE, GCE O Level, CSE, National Qualification Access 3 Cluster, Intermediate 1 or 2, Senior Certificate or equivalent

3 GNVQ/GSVQ Foundation or Intermediate, SVQ Level 1 or 2, SCOTVEC / National Certificate Module, City and Guilds Craft, RSA Diploma or equivalent

4 Higher Grade, Advanced Higher, CSYS, A level, AS level, Advanced Senior Certificate or equivalent

5 GNVQ/GSVQ Advanced, SVQ Level 3, ONC, OND, SCOTVEC National Diploma, City and Guilds Advanced Craft, RSA Advanced Diploma or equivalent

6 HNC, HND, SVQ Level 4, RSA Higher Diploma or equivalent

7 First Degree, Higher Degree, SVQ Level 5 or equivalent

8 Professional qualifications e.g. teaching, accountancy

9 Other school examinations not already mentioned

10 Other post-school but pre Higher education examinations not already mentioned

11 Other Higher education qualifications not already mentioned

12 No qualifications

CARD Q2

Choose ONE section from A to F, then choose ONE option which best describes your ethnic group or background.

A White
Scottish Other British Irish
Gypsy/Traveller Polish
Other white ethnic group (please say what)

B Mixed or multiple ethnic group
Any mixed or multiple ethnic groups (please say what)

C Asian, Asian Scottish or Asian British
Pakistani, Pakistani Scottish or Pakistani British Indian, Indian Scottish or Indian British
Bangladeshi, Bangladeshi Scottish or Bangladeshi British Chinese, Chinese Scottish or Chinese British
Other (please say what)

D African
African, African Scottish or African British
Other (please say what)

E Caribbean or Black
Caribbean, Caribbean Scottish or Caribbean British Black, Black Scottish or Black British
Other (please say what)

F Other ethnic group
Arab, Arab Scottish or Arab British

Other, (please say what)

CARD Q3

1 Self-employed, with a business with 25 or more employees

2 Self-employed, with a business with fewer than 25 employees

3 Self-employed, in a business with no employees

4 A manager of 25 or more staff

5 A manager of fewer than 25 staff

6 Foreman or supervisor

7 An employee, not a manager

CARD Q4

1 High Blood Pressure

2 Angina

3 Heart Attack

4 Stroke

5 Other Heart Trouble

6 Diabetes

CARD R1

1 Nicotine gum

2 Nicotine patches that you stick on your skin

3 Nasal spray/nicotine inhaler

4 Lozenge / microtab

5 Champix / Varenicline

6 Zyban / Bupropion

7 Other (Please say what)

8 No products used

Booklet for parents of 4-12 year olds

Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire

We'd like you to tell us something about your child's behaviour over the last 6 months.

For each item, please circle the number for Not true, Somewhat true, or Certainly true to show how true the item is of your child.

(CIRCLE ONE NUMBER ON EACH LINE)
Not true Somewhat true Certainly true
1. Considerate of other people's feelings 1 2 3
2. Restless, overactive, cannot stay still for long 1 2 3
3. Often complains of headaches, stomach-aches or sickness 1 2 3
4. Shares readily with other children (treats, toys, pencils etc.) 1 2 3
5. Often has temper tantrums or hot tempers 1 2 3
6. Rather solitary, tends to play alone 1 2 3
7. Generally obedient, usually does what adults request 1 2 3
8. Many worries, often seems worried 1 2 3
9. Helpful if someone is hurt, upset or feeling ill 1 2 3
10. Constantly fidgeting or squirming 1 2 3
11. Has at least one good friend 1 2 3
12. Often fights with other children or bullies them 1 2 3
13. Often unhappy, down-hearted or tearful 1 2 3
14. Generally liked by other children 1 2 3
15. Easily distracted, concentration wanders 1 2 3
16. Nervous or clingy in new situations, easily loses confidence 1 2 3
17. Kind to younger children 1 2 3
18. Often lies or cheats 1 2 3
19. Picked on or bullied by other children 1 2 3
20. Often volunteers to help others (parents, teachers, other children) 1 2 3
21. Thinks things out before acting 1 2 3
22. Steals from home, school or elsewhere 1 2 3
23. Gets on better with adults than with other children 1 2 3
24. Many fears, easily scared 1 2 3
25. Sees tasks through to the end, good attention span 1 2 3

Thank you for answering these questions.
Please give the booklet back to the interviewer

booklet for 13-15 year olds - cover

How to answer these questions

  • Please read each question carefully
  • All of the questions can be answered by putting a tick in the box next to the answer that applies to you like this

tick in box

General health over the last few weeks

Please read this carefully:

We should like to know how your health has been in general over the past few weeks. Please answer
ALL the questions by ticking the box under the answer which you think most applies to you.

HAVE YOU RECENTLY:

questions 1 to 6

HAVE YOU RECENTLY:

questions 7 to 12

General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12)
©David Goldberg 1978; reproduced by permission of
NFER-NELSON. All rights reserved.

Please read this carefully:

Below are some statements about feelings and thoughts.
Please tick the box that best describes your experience of each over the last 2 weeks

questions 13 to 19

Please read this carefully:
Below are some statements about feelings and thoughts.
Please tick the box that best describes your experience of each over the last 2 weeks

questions 20 to 26

Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-Being Scale (WEMWBS)
© NHS Health Scotland, University of Warwick and University of Edinburgh, 2006, all rights reserved.

Thank you for answering these questions.
Please give the booklet back to the interviewer.

booklet for young adults - cover

SMOKING

questions 1 to 6b

EVERYONE PLEASE ANSWER

questions 7 and 8

DRINKING

questions 9 to 12

The next few questions are concerned with different types of alcoholic drink.
Please tick the box underneath the answer that best describes how often you usually drank each of them in the
last 12 months. For the ones you drank, write in how much you usually drank on any one day.
EXCLUDE ANY NON-ALCOHOLIC OR LOW-ALCOHOL DRINKS, EXCEPT SHANDY.

example answer and question 13

question 14 and 15

question 16 and 17

question 18 and 19

question 20

question 21 to 23

question 24

question 25a to 26

question 27 to 29

question 30 to 34

question 35a to 36b

GENERAL HEALTH OVER THE LAST FEW WEEKS


EVERYONE PLEASE ANSWER

Please read this carefully:
We should like to know how your health has been in general over the past few weeks. Please answer ALL the questions by ticking the box below the answer which you think most applies to you.

HAVE YOU RECENTLY:

question 37 to 42

HAVE YOU RECENTLY

question 43 to 48

General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12)
©David Goldberg 1978; reproduced by permission of
NFER-NELSON. All rights reserved.

Please read this carefully:

Below are some statements about feelings and thoughts.
Please tick the box that best describes your experience of each over the last 2 weeks

question 49 to 55

Please read this carefully:

Below are some statements about feelings and thoughts.
Please tick the box that best describes your experience of each over the last 2 weeks

question 56 to 62

Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-Being Scale (WEMWBS)
© NHS Health Scotland, University of Warwick and University of Edinburgh, 2006, all rights reserved.

EVERYONE PLEASE ANSWER

question 63

IF YOU TICKED 'YES' FOR ANY OF THE ACTIVITIES AT Q63, PLEASE GO TO Q64 OTHERWISE GO TO Q83

For the next set of questions about gambling, please indicate the extent to which each one has applied to you in the last 12 months.

question 64 to 73

In the past 12 months, how often...

question 74 to 82

CONTRACEPTION

question 83 to 85

ANSWER IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY SEXUALLY ACTIVE BUT YOU OR YOUR PARTNER ARE NOT USING CONTRACEPTION CURRENTLY

question 86 to 88

booklet for adults - cover

DRINKING EXPERIENCES

PLEASE READ THIS CAREFULLY

questions 1 to 3

questions 4 to 6

questions 7 to 11

GENERAL HEALTH OVER THE LAST FEW WEEKS

Please read this carefully:
We should like to know how your health has been in general over the past few weeks. Please answer ALL the questions by ticking the box below the answer which you think most applies to you.

HAVE YOU RECENTLY:

questions 12 to 17

HAVE YOU RECENTLY:

questions 18 to 23

General Health Questionnaire (GHQ-12)
©David Goldberg 1978; reproduced by permission of
NFER-NELSON. All rights reserved.

Please read this carefully:
We should like to know how your health has been in general over the past few weeks. Please answer ALL the questions by ticking the box below the answer which you think most applies to you.

HAVE YOU RECENTLY:

questions 24 to 30

Please read this carefully:
We should like to know how your health has been in general over the past few weeks. Please answer ALL the questions by ticking the box below the answer which you think most applies to you.

questions 31 to 37

Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Well-Being Scale (WEMWBS)
© NHS Health Scotland, University of Warwick and University of Edinburgh, 2006, all rights reserved.

EVERYONE PLEASE ANSWER

questions 38

IF YOU TICKED 'YES' FOR ANY OF THE ACTIVITIES AT Q38, PLEASE GO TO Q39 ON PAGE 9 OTHERWISE GO TO Q58 ON PAGE 11.

For the next set of questions about gambling, please indicate the extent to which each one has applied to you in the last 12 months.

questions 39 to 48

In the past 12 months, how often...

questions 49 to 57

CONTRACEPTION

questions 58 to 60

ANSWER IF YOU ARE CURRENTLY SEXUALLY ACTIVE BUT YOU OR YOUR PARTNER ARE NOT USING
CONTRACEPTION CURRENTLY

questions 61 to 63

consent booklet - cover

consent booklet part 1

consent booklet part 2

consent booklet part 3

consent booklet part 4

consent booklet part 5

consent booklet part 6

Scottish Health Records - consent to pass name and address to Information Services Division of NHS Scotland

Scottish Health Records - consent to pass name and address to Scottish Government

Contact

Email: Julie Landsberg

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