Scottish Health Survey 2015 - volume 1: main report

Findings and trends of the Scottish Health Survey 2015, providing information on the health of people living in Scotland.

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References and notes

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5 Diabetes Action Plan 2010: Quality Care for Diabetes in Scotland. Edinburgh, Scottish Government. 2010.

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13 Heart Disease Improvement Plan. Edinburgh, Scottish Government. 2014.

14 Stroke Improvement Plan. Edinburgh, Scottish Government. 2014.

15 Diabetes Improvement Plan. Edinburgh, Scottish Government. 2014.

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17 For a detailed description of the biological module see Volume 2 of this report

18 Rutherford, L and Purdon, S. SHeS Waist and blood pressure validation study. Edinburgh: Scottish Government, 2013.

19 Diabetes and high blood pressure are not included in the definition of 'any CVD condition' as they are risk factors for CVD.

20 Ramsay, L.E., Williams, B., Johnston, G.D., MacGregor, G.A., Poston, L., Potter, J.F., Poulter, N.R. and Russel, G. (1999). Guidelines for management of hypertension: report of the Third Working Party of the British Hypertension Society, 1999. Journal of Human Hypertension. 13:569-592

21 Christie, S. Chapter 8: Cardiovascular diseases and diabetes. In: Campbell-Jack, D, Hinchliffe S and Bromley C (eds). Scottish Health Survey 2014 - Volume 1 Main Report. Edinburgh: Scottish Government. 2015

22 See Section 9.2.2 for definitions.


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