Publication - Statistics publication

Scottish Health Survey 2013: Volume 2: Technical Report

Published: 2 Dec 2014
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9781784129439

Presents information on the methodology and fieldwork for the Scottish Health Survey 2013.

419 page PDF

16.2 MB

419 page PDF

16.2 MB

Contents
Scottish Health Survey 2013: Volume 2: Technical Report
Contents

419 page PDF

16.2 MB

A National Statistics Publication for ScotlandNational Statistics logo

ISBN 978 1 78412 943 9 (Web only publication)
ISSN 2042 1613
DPPAS 36707

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Editors:
Lisa Rutherford1, Stephen Hinchliffe1 and Clare Sharp1

Principal authors:
Joan Corbett1, Julie Day2, Mira Doig3, Shanna Dowling1, Sarah Martin4, Alex Stannard4

1 ScotCen Social Research, Edinburgh.
2 Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle.
3 ABS Laboratories Ltd, Welwyn Garden City.
4 Scottish Government.

Contents

Chapter 1: Methodology and Response

Chapter 1: Table list
Table 1.1 Detailed fieldwork outcomes
Table 1.2 Main sample household response, by Health Board
Table 1.3 Child boost sample household response, by Health Board
Table 1.4 Summary of adults' individual response to the survey, by sex
Table 1.5 Men in responding households, response to the stages of the survey by age
Table 1.6 Women in responding households, response to the stages of the survey by age
Table 1.7 Summary of children's individual response to the survey, by sample type and sex
Table 1.8 Children in responding households, response to the stages of the survey by age and sex
Table 1.9 Age distribution of responding adult sample compared with 2012 mid-year population estimates for Scotland, by sex
Table 1.10 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for general health variables
Table 1.11 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for dental health variables
Table 1.12 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for alcohol variables
Table 1.13 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for cigarette smoking variables
Table 1.14 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for diet variables
Table 1.15 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for physical activity variables
Table 1.16 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for obesity variables
Table 1.17 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for long-term conditions variables

Chapter 2: Quality Control of Urine and Saliva Analytes

Appendix A: Fieldwork Documents

Appendix B: Measurement Protocols

Appendix C: Health Board areas

Appendix D: Glossary

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