This report summarises changes that will be made to the content of the Scottish Health Survey from January 2018 onwards.
The Scottish Health Survey ( SHeS) is an annual, national survey that provides a detailed picture of the health of the Scottish population in private households and is designed to make a major contribution to the monitoring of health in Scotland. It is used by the Scottish Government and other stakeholders for forward planning, identifying gaps in health services provision, and identifying which groups are at particular risk of future ill-health.
The first results from the revised questionnaire will be published in Autumn 2019.
More information on the survey, including previous results, can be found on the Scottish Government's Scottish Health Survey pages.