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National Statistics - The Scottish Health Survey 2010 Volume 2: Technical Report

DescriptionScottish Health Survey 2010 - Volume 2: Technical Report
ISBNISSN: 2042-1613
Official Print Publication DateSeptember 2011
Website Publication DateSeptember 27, 2011

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ISBN 978 1 78045 342 2 (Web publication only)
ISSN 2042-1613
DPPAS 11927

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Editors:

Catherine Bromley and Lisa Given; Scottish Centre for Social Research.

Principal authors:

Catherine Bromley, 1 Joan Corbett, 1 Julie Day, 2 Mira Doig, 3 Wissam Gharib, 3 Lisa Given, 1 Linsay Gray, 4 Alastair Leyland, 4 Andy MacGregor, 1 Louise Marryat, 1 Tracey Maw, 2 Susan McConnville, 1 Sally McManus, 5 Jennifer Mindell, 3 Kevin Pickering, 5 Marilyin Roth, 3 and Clare Sharp. 1

1 Scottish Centre for Social Research, Edinburgh.
2 Department of Clinical Biochemistry, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle.
3 Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, UCL Medical School.
4MRC/ CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, Glasgow.
5 National Centre for Social Research, London.

CONTENTS

Chapter 1: Methodology and Response

Table 1.1 Main sample household response, by Health Board

Table 1.2 Child boost sample household response, by Health Board
Table 1.3 Summary of adults' individual response to the survey, by sex
Table 1.4 Men in co-operating households, response to the stages of the survey, by age
Table 1.5 Women in co-operating households, response to the stages of the survey, by age
Table 1.6 Proportion of adults with valid samples for each blood analyte, by age and sex
Table 1.7 Summary of children's individual response to the survey, by sample type and sex
Table 1.8 Children in co-operating households, response to the stages of the survey, by age and sex
Table 1.9 Age distribution of responding adult sample compared with 2010 mid-year population estimates for Scotland, by sex
Table 1.10 Age distribution of responding child sample compared with 2010 mid-year population estimates for Scotland, by sex
Table 1.11 Age distribution of responding adult sample compared with 2010 mid-population estimates for Scotland, by Health Board and sex
Table 1.12 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for general health variables (adults)
Table 1.13 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for dental health variables (adults)
Table 1.14 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for alcohol variables (adults)
Table 1.15 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for cigarette smoking variables (adults)
Table 1.16 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for fruit and vegetable variables (adults and children)
Table 1.17 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for physical activity variables (adults)
Table 1.18 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for physical activity variables (children)
Table 1.19 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for anthropometric measurement variables (adults)
Table 1.20 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for anthropometric measurement variables (children)
Table 1.21 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for respiratory symptoms variables (adults and children)
Table 1.22 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for multiple risk variables (adults)
Table 1.23 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for CVD variables (adults)

Chapter 2: Quality Control of Blood, Urine and Saliva Analytes

Appendix A: Fieldwork Documents
Respondent Information Leaflet
Advance Letters
Language translations card
Stage 1 Leaflets - interviewer
Stage 2 leaflet - Nurse
Measurement Record Card
Household questionnaire, individual and nurse questionnaires
Stage 1 Show cards - Interviewer
Stage 2 Show cards - Nurse
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
Consent Booklet
NHS record linkage consent forms for adults and children
SG Follow-up consent forms for adults and children

Appendix B: Measurement Protocols

Appendix C: Health Board Areas

Appendix D: Glossary

A National Statistics Publication for Scotland