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|Title:||Population Based Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing Survey of Lifestyles and Health in Three British Cities, 1990-1991|
|Series:||Population Based Computer Assisted Telephone Interviewing Survey of Lifestyles and Health in Three British Cities, 1987-1991|
|Depositor:||University of Edinburgh. Research Unit in Health and Behavioural Change|
Uitenbroek, D., University of Edinburgh. Research Unit in Health and Behavioural Change
Robertson, B., University of Edinburgh. Research Unit in Health and Behavioural Change
McQueen, D., University of Edinburgh. Research Unit in Health and Behavioural Change
Economic and Social Research Council
Scottish Office. Department of Home and Health
Scottish Health Education Group
Health Education Board for Scotland
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Abstract copyright UK Data Service and data collection copyright owner.The aims of this survey were:
to collect baseline data on health-related behaviours in the general population and to monitor changes over time; to provide a mechanism to inform policy makers and decision takers of up-to-date information on matters of health and behaviour; to allow for the evaluation of health intervention programmes and strategies with regard to the population; to provide a dataset which allows for the investigation of practical, theoretical and methodological issues concerned with health-related behavioural data and health-related behavioural change.
Safety and accidents; exercise and fitness; eating behaviour and dieting; cigarette smoking; alcohol use; perceived health; publicity on health; AIDS/HIV related attitudes, opinions and beliefs; sexual behaviour; respondent details.
|Dates of fieldwork:||September 1990 - September 1991|
|Country:||England | Scotland|
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Men and women aged between 18 and 60 living in private households with a telephone and resident in the 01 (071,081), 031 and 041 telephone area codes.
(During the period July 1987 to March 1988 inclusive the age range of respondents was limited to 18-44 years. From April 1988 onwards the age range of eligible respondents was extended to age 60).
Repeated cross-sectional study
Continuous (daily excluding Sundays).
Multi-stage stratified random sample
|Number of units:||6655 (obtained)|
|Method of data collection:||
|Weighting:||No information recorded|
|AGE||AIDS (DISEASE)||ALCOHOL USE|
|ALCOHOLIC DRINKS||ATTITUDES||BLOOD DONATION|
|CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES||CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM||CEREAL PRODUCTS|
|CLINICAL TESTS AND MEASUREMENTS||CONTRACEPTIVE DEVICES||CRYING|
|DIET AND EXERCISE||DRIVING||DRUG USE|
|ECONOMIC ACTIVITY||EDIBLE FATS||EDINBURGH|
|EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND||ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION||FIRE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT|
|GREATER LONDON||HEALTH PROMOTION AND EDUCATION||HEALTH|
|HEIGHT (PHYSIOLOGY)||HOME OWNERSHIP||HOMOSEXUALITY|
|HOUSEHOLDS||HOUSING TENURE||HUMAN SETTLEMENT|
|INFORMATION SOURCES||INTERVIEWS (DATA COLLECTION)||KNOWLEDGE (AWARENESS)|
|LIFE STYLES||MARITAL STATUS||MASS MEDIA USE|
|PUBLIC INFORMATION||RADIO||RESIDENTIAL MOBILITY|
|SEX EDUCATION||SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR||SMOKING RESTRICTIONS|
|SMOKING||SPOUSE'S ECONOMIC ACTIVITY||SPOUSE'S EMPLOYMENT|
|SPOUSE'S OCCUPATION||SPOUSE'S OCCUPATIONAL STATUS||STRESS (PSYCHOLOGICAL)|
|TOBACCO||TRAFFIC OFFENCES||TRANSMISSION OF DISEASE|
|VEHICLE RESTRAINT SYSTEMS||WEIGHT (PHYSIOLOGY)||WORKPLACE|
|Date of release:|
|First edition:||18 July 1996|
|Copyright:||No information recorded|
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By principal investigator(s):
McQueen, D.V. (1987) First report on the pilot study of AIDS-related behaviour in the general population Research Unit in Health and Behavioural Change, October.
Resulting from secondary analysis: