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Publication - Statistics Publication

Scottish Health Survey 2015 volume two: technical report

Published: 20 Sep 2016
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781786524607

Details of the methodology and fieldwork for the Scottish Health Survey 2015.

425 page PDF

29.7MB

425 page PDF

29.7MB

Contents
Scottish Health Survey 2015 volume two: technical report
Chapter 1: Table list

425 page PDF

29.7MB

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 2014 mid-year population estimates for Scotland, by sex

Table 1.10 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for general health and wellbeing variables

Table 1.11 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for general health and multiple conditions variables

Table 1.12 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for adult dental health variables

Table 1.13 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for alcohol variables

Table 1.14 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for smoking variables

Table 1.15 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for diet variables

Table 1.16 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for physical activity variables

Table 1.17 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for obesity variables

Table 1.18 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for CVD variables

Table 1.19 True standard errors and 95% confidence intervals for accident variables


Contact

Email: Julie Landsberg, julie.landsberg@gov.scot