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Health Survey for England 2004 - updating of trend tables to include 2004 data

Creator:

NATCEN

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Type: Table
Region: United Kingdom
Description:

The Health Survey for England is a series of annual surveys designed to measure health and health related behaviours in adults and children living in private households in England. The survey was commissioned by the Department of Health and since April 2005 the Health and Social Care Information Centre.

The survey consists of an interview and nurse visit. It has a series of core elements that are included every year and special topics that are included in selected years. Core topics include general health, smoking, drinking and fruit and vegetable consumption, height, weight, blood pressure measurements and blood and saliva samples. Special topics include cardiovascular disease, physical activity, accidents, lung function measurement and certain blood analytes. The trend tables focus upon key changes in core topics and measurements.

Date:

12/12/2005

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Suggested citation:

NATCEN. (2005) Health Survey for England 2004 - updating of trend tables to include 2004 data [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/20991 [Accessed: 21st August 2019].

  

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