Joint Programming Initiative

More Years, Better Lives

The Potential and Challenges of Demographic Change

Health, health care and insurance survey
ENQUETE SUR LA SANTE ET LA PROTECTION SOCIALE (ESPS)

Topic
Wellbeing
Health and Performance
Work and Productivity
Social Systems and Welfare
Education and Learning
Housing, Urban Development and Mobility
Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement
Relevance for this Topic
Country France
More Topics

Governance

Contact information

Thierry Rochereau
IRDES (Institute for Research and information in health economics)
10 rue Vauvenargues
75018 Paris
France
Phone: (33) 1 53 93 43 32
Fax: (33) 1 53 93 43 50
Email: rochereau(at)irdes.fr

Timeliness, transparency

First results are published about 1 year after data collection.

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Longitude survey: long-term study of the same sample

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Self-administered questionnaire

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Longitude survey: long-term study of the same sample

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Self-administered questionnaire

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Longitude survey: long-term study of the same sample

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Self-administered questionnaire

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Longitude survey: long-term study of the same sample

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Self-administered questionnaire

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Longitude survey: long-term study of the same sample

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Self-administered questionnaire

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Longitude survey: long-term study of the same sample

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Self-administered questionnaire

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Longitude survey: long-term study of the same sample

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)

Self-administered questionnaire


Access to data


DVD/CD after agreement, online access soon.

Conditions of access


Free access with a standard formal agreement (with a contract detailing planned analyses and standard duties: referring to the IRDES and the institutions who financed the survey in any publication, communicating publications to the IRDES, etc.).


Data are available about 20-24 months after the end of data collection.


Anonymised household/individual data.


SAS


French, but it should change in 2014, as the ESPS survey will become the French part of the European Health Interview survey (EHIS).

Access to data


DVD/CD after agreement, online access soon.

Conditions of access


Free access with a standard formal agreement (with a contract detailing planned analyses and standard duties: referring to the IRDES and the institutions who financed the survey in any publication, communicating publications to the IRDES, etc.).


Data are available about 20-24 months after the end of data collection.


Anonymised household/individual data.


SAS


French, but it should change in 2014, as the ESPS survey will become the French part of the European Health Interview survey (EHIS).

Access to data


DVD/CD after agreement, online access soon.

Conditions of access


Free access with a standard formal agreement (with a contract detailing planned analyses and standard duties: referring to the IRDES and the institutions who financed the survey in any publication, communicating publications to the IRDES, etc.).


Data are available about 20-24 months after the end of data collection.


Anonymised household/individual data.


SAS


French, but it should change in 2014, as the ESPS survey will become the French part of the European Health Interview survey (EHIS).

Access to data


DVD/CD after agreement, online access soon.

Conditions of access


Free access with a standard formal agreement (with a contract detailing planned analyses and standard duties: referring to the IRDES and the institutions who financed the survey in any publication, communicating publications to the IRDES, etc.).


Data are available about 20-24 months after the end of data collection.


Anonymised household/individual data.


SAS


French, but it should change in 2014, as the ESPS survey will become the French part of the European Health Interview survey (EHIS).

Access to data


DVD/CD after agreement, online access soon.

Conditions of access


Free access with a standard formal agreement (with a contract detailing planned analyses and standard duties: referring to the IRDES and the institutions who financed the survey in any publication, communicating publications to the IRDES, etc.).


Data are available about 20-24 months after the end of data collection.


Anonymised household/individual data.


SAS


French, but it should change in 2014, as the ESPS survey will become the French part of the European Health Interview survey (EHIS).

Access to data


DVD/CD after agreement, online access soon.

Conditions of access


Free access with a standard formal agreement (with a contract detailing planned analyses and standard duties: referring to the IRDES and the institutions who financed the survey in any publication, communicating publications to the IRDES, etc.).


Data are available about 20-24 months after the end of data collection.


Anonymised household/individual data.


SAS


French, but it should change in 2014, as the ESPS survey will become the French part of the European Health Interview survey (EHIS).

Access to data


DVD/CD after agreement, online access soon.

Conditions of access


Free access with a standard formal agreement (with a contract detailing planned analyses and standard duties: referring to the IRDES and the institutions who financed the survey in any publication, communicating publications to the IRDES, etc.).


Data are available about 20-24 months after the end of data collection.


Anonymised household/individual data.


SAS


French, but it should change in 2014, as the ESPS survey will become the French part of the European Health Interview survey (EHIS).


Coverage


Data was collected on an annual basis from 1988 to 1997. Beginning in 1998, data has been collected every two years until 2006. The survey is undertaken in two waves (spring and fall). Until 1997, 25% of individuals were surveyed each year; since 1998, half of them are surveyed every two years. For each wave, about 8,000 households are surveyed, which is equal to approximately 22,000 people.


1988


Random sampling from beneficiaries’ files, and files on administered care furnished by the national health insurance funds for salaried workers, farmers, and the self-employed.


national


The sampling procedure is based on files gathered on workers and retired people aged 18 and older, but corresponding households include younger people who participate in the survey. In 2012, the sample size was 22,773 individuals, with 25% of them aged 55 and older.


Regarding health, performance and wellbeing, data collected allows for a quite detailed study (perceived health, quality of life, functional capacities regarding daily activities, but nothing specific concerning, for example, cognitive performances). The same is true for working conditions & satisfaction, and access to welfare services and social insurances. Only basic information is available regarding socioeconomic status (income, education, employment); social and material support and social network; social, civic and cultural engagement; and housing (surface area, number of rooms, owner/tenant). The housing topic was investigated in more detail in 2010. A few questions regarding transports use were asked in 2012.


U-C Beneficiaries Self-report more Illness than the Rest of the Population. Results of the ESPS 2006-2008 surveys Allonier C. (Irdes), Boisguérin B. (Drees), Le Fur P. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 173. Complementary Health Insurance in France: Wide-Scale Diffusion but Inequalities of Access Persist Perronnin M., Pierre A., Rochereau T. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 161. Disability and Social Security Reforms: The French Case Behaghel L. (Paris School of Economics, Inra), Blanchet D. (Insee-D3E), Debrand T. (Irdes), Roger M. (Paris School of Economics, Inra, Insee-D3E) Document de travail n° 38. Effort or Circumstances: Does the Correlation Matter for Inequality of Opportunity in Health? Jusot F. (Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDA-LEGOS, Irdes), Tubeuf S. (Université de Leeds, Academic Unit of Health Economics), Trannoy A. (EHESS, Greqam-Idep) Working paper Irdes n° 33. 2010/07. Assessment of asthma control and its socio-economic determinants. Afrite A., Allonier C., Com-Ruelle L., “2nd European Public Health Conference - Human ecology and public health. Lodz, 25-28 novembre 2009”. The European Journal of Public Health, Oral presentations: abstracts, vol. 19, Suppl 1, 2009/01, pp. 60-61. Follow this link for more publications in English: www.irdes.fr/.../EspsSurvey.html

Coverage


Data was collected on an annual basis from 1988 to 1997. Beginning in 1998, data has been collected every two years until 2006. The survey is undertaken in two waves (spring and fall). Until 1997, 25% of individuals were surveyed each year; since 1998, half of them are surveyed every two years. For each wave, about 8,000 households are surveyed, which is equal to approximately 22,000 people.


1988


Random sampling from beneficiaries’ files, and files on administered care furnished by the national health insurance funds for salaried workers, farmers, and the self-employed.


national


The sampling procedure is based on files gathered on workers and retired people aged 18 and older, but corresponding households include younger people who participate in the survey. In 2012, the sample size was 22,773 individuals, with 25% of them aged 55 and older.


Regarding health, performance and wellbeing, data collected allows for a quite detailed study (perceived health, quality of life, functional capacities regarding daily activities, but nothing specific concerning, for example, cognitive performances). The same is true for working conditions & satisfaction, and access to welfare services and social insurances. Only basic information is available regarding socioeconomic status (income, education, employment); social and material support and social network; social, civic and cultural engagement; and housing (surface area, number of rooms, owner/tenant). The housing topic was investigated in more detail in 2010. A few questions regarding transports use were asked in 2012.


U-C Beneficiaries Self-report more Illness than the Rest of the Population. Results of the ESPS 2006-2008 surveys Allonier C. (Irdes), Boisguérin B. (Drees), Le Fur P. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 173. Complementary Health Insurance in France: Wide-Scale Diffusion but Inequalities of Access Persist Perronnin M., Pierre A., Rochereau T. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 161. Disability and Social Security Reforms: The French Case Behaghel L. (Paris School of Economics, Inra), Blanchet D. (Insee-D3E), Debrand T. (Irdes), Roger M. (Paris School of Economics, Inra, Insee-D3E) Document de travail n° 38. Effort or Circumstances: Does the Correlation Matter for Inequality of Opportunity in Health? Jusot F. (Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDA-LEGOS, Irdes), Tubeuf S. (Université de Leeds, Academic Unit of Health Economics), Trannoy A. (EHESS, Greqam-Idep) Working paper Irdes n° 33. 2010/07. Assessment of asthma control and its socio-economic determinants. Afrite A., Allonier C., Com-Ruelle L., “2nd European Public Health Conference - Human ecology and public health. Lodz, 25-28 novembre 2009”. The European Journal of Public Health, Oral presentations: abstracts, vol. 19, Suppl 1, 2009/01, pp. 60-61. Follow this link for more publications in English: www.irdes.fr/.../EspsSurvey.html

Coverage


Data was collected on an annual basis from 1988 to 1997. Beginning in 1998, data has been collected every two years until 2006. The survey is undertaken in two waves (spring and fall). Until 1997, 25% of individuals were surveyed each year; since 1998, half of them are surveyed every two years. For each wave, about 8,000 households are surveyed, which is equal to approximately 22,000 people.


1988


Random sampling from beneficiaries’ files, and files on administered care furnished by the national health insurance funds for salaried workers, farmers, and the self-employed.


national


The sampling procedure is based on files gathered on workers and retired people aged 18 and older, but corresponding households include younger people who participate in the survey. In 2012, the sample size was 22,773 individuals, with 25% of them aged 55 and older.


Regarding health, performance and wellbeing, data collected allows for a quite detailed study (perceived health, quality of life, functional capacities regarding daily activities, but nothing specific concerning, for example, cognitive performances). The same is true for working conditions & satisfaction, and access to welfare services and social insurances. Only basic information is available regarding socioeconomic status (income, education, employment); social and material support and social network; social, civic and cultural engagement; and housing (surface area, number of rooms, owner/tenant). The housing topic was investigated in more detail in 2010. A few questions regarding transports use were asked in 2012.


U-C Beneficiaries Self-report more Illness than the Rest of the Population. Results of the ESPS 2006-2008 surveys Allonier C. (Irdes), Boisguérin B. (Drees), Le Fur P. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 173. Complementary Health Insurance in France: Wide-Scale Diffusion but Inequalities of Access Persist Perronnin M., Pierre A., Rochereau T. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 161. Disability and Social Security Reforms: The French Case Behaghel L. (Paris School of Economics, Inra), Blanchet D. (Insee-D3E), Debrand T. (Irdes), Roger M. (Paris School of Economics, Inra, Insee-D3E) Document de travail n° 38. Effort or Circumstances: Does the Correlation Matter for Inequality of Opportunity in Health? Jusot F. (Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDA-LEGOS, Irdes), Tubeuf S. (Université de Leeds, Academic Unit of Health Economics), Trannoy A. (EHESS, Greqam-Idep) Working paper Irdes n° 33. 2010/07. Assessment of asthma control and its socio-economic determinants. Afrite A., Allonier C., Com-Ruelle L., “2nd European Public Health Conference - Human ecology and public health. Lodz, 25-28 novembre 2009”. The European Journal of Public Health, Oral presentations: abstracts, vol. 19, Suppl 1, 2009/01, pp. 60-61. Follow this link for more publications in English: www.irdes.fr/.../EspsSurvey.html

Coverage


Data was collected on an annual basis from 1988 to 1997. Beginning in 1998, data has been collected every two years until 2006. The survey is undertaken in two waves (spring and fall). Until 1997, 25% of individuals were surveyed each year; since 1998, half of them are surveyed every two years. For each wave, about 8,000 households are surveyed, which is equal to approximately 22,000 people.


1988


No


Random sampling from beneficiaries’ files, and files on administered care furnished by the national health insurance funds for salaried workers, farmers, and the self-employed.


national


The sampling procedure is based on files gathered on workers and retired people aged 18 and older, but corresponding households include younger people who participate in the survey. In 2012, the sample size was 22,773 individuals, with 25% of them aged 55 and older.


Regarding health, performance and wellbeing, data collected allows for a quite detailed study (perceived health, quality of life, functional capacities regarding daily activities, but nothing specific concerning, for example, cognitive performances). The same is true for working conditions & satisfaction, and access to welfare services and social insurances. Only basic information is available regarding socioeconomic status (income, education, employment); social and material support and social network; social, civic and cultural engagement; and housing (surface area, number of rooms, owner/tenant). The housing topic was investigated in more detail in 2010. A few questions regarding transports use were asked in 2012.


U-C Beneficiaries Self-report more Illness than the Rest of the Population. Results of the ESPS 2006-2008 surveys Allonier C. (Irdes), Boisguérin B. (Drees), Le Fur P. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 173. Complementary Health Insurance in France: Wide-Scale Diffusion but Inequalities of Access Persist Perronnin M., Pierre A., Rochereau T. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 161. Disability and Social Security Reforms: The French Case Behaghel L. (Paris School of Economics, Inra), Blanchet D. (Insee-D3E), Debrand T. (Irdes), Roger M. (Paris School of Economics, Inra, Insee-D3E) Document de travail n° 38. Effort or Circumstances: Does the Correlation Matter for Inequality of Opportunity in Health? Jusot F. (Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDA-LEGOS, Irdes), Tubeuf S. (Université de Leeds, Academic Unit of Health Economics), Trannoy A. (EHESS, Greqam-Idep) Working paper Irdes n° 33. 2010/07. Assessment of asthma control and its socio-economic determinants. Afrite A., Allonier C., Com-Ruelle L., “2nd European Public Health Conference - Human ecology and public health. Lodz, 25-28 novembre 2009”. The European Journal of Public Health, Oral presentations: abstracts, vol. 19, Suppl 1, 2009/01, pp. 60-61. Follow this link for more publications in English: www.irdes.fr/.../EspsSurvey.html

Coverage


Data was collected on an annual basis from 1988 to 1997. Beginning in 1998, data has been collected every two years until 2006. The survey is undertaken in two waves (spring and fall). Until 1997, 25% of individuals were surveyed each year; since 1998, half of them are surveyed every two years. For each wave, about 8,000 households are surveyed, which is equal to approximately 22,000 people.


1988


No


Random sampling from beneficiaries’ files, and files on administered care furnished by the national health insurance funds for salaried workers, farmers, and the self-employed.


national


The sampling procedure is based on files gathered on workers and retired people aged 18 and older, but corresponding households include younger people who participate in the survey. In 2012, the sample size was 22,773 individuals, with 25% of them aged 55 and older.


Regarding health, performance and wellbeing, data collected allows for a quite detailed study (perceived health, quality of life, functional capacities regarding daily activities, but nothing specific concerning, for example, cognitive performances). The same is true for working conditions & satisfaction, and access to welfare services and social insurances. Only basic information is available regarding socioeconomic status (income, education, employment); social and material support and social network; social, civic and cultural engagement; and housing (surface area, number of rooms, owner/tenant). The housing topic was investigated in more detail in 2010. A few questions regarding transports use were asked in 2012.


U-C Beneficiaries Self-report more Illness than the Rest of the Population. Results of the ESPS 2006-2008 surveys Allonier C. (Irdes), Boisguérin B. (Drees), Le Fur P. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 173. Complementary Health Insurance in France: Wide-Scale Diffusion but Inequalities of Access Persist Perronnin M., Pierre A., Rochereau T. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 161. Disability and Social Security Reforms: The French Case Behaghel L. (Paris School of Economics, Inra), Blanchet D. (Insee-D3E), Debrand T. (Irdes), Roger M. (Paris School of Economics, Inra, Insee-D3E) Document de travail n° 38. Effort or Circumstances: Does the Correlation Matter for Inequality of Opportunity in Health? Jusot F. (Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDA-LEGOS, Irdes), Tubeuf S. (Université de Leeds, Academic Unit of Health Economics), Trannoy A. (EHESS, Greqam-Idep) Working paper Irdes n° 33. 2010/07. Assessment of asthma control and its socio-economic determinants. Afrite A., Allonier C., Com-Ruelle L., “2nd European Public Health Conference - Human ecology and public health. Lodz, 25-28 novembre 2009”. The European Journal of Public Health, Oral presentations: abstracts, vol. 19, Suppl 1, 2009/01, pp. 60-61. Follow this link for more publications in English: www.irdes.fr/.../EspsSurvey.html

Coverage


Data was collected on an annual basis from 1988 to 1997. Beginning in 1998, data has been collected every two years until 2006. The survey is undertaken in two waves (spring and fall). Until 1997, 25% of individuals were surveyed each year; since 1998, half of them are surveyed every two years. For each wave, about 8,000 households are surveyed, which is equal to approximately 22,000 people.


1988


No


Random sampling from beneficiaries’ files, and files on administered care furnished by the national health insurance funds for salaried workers, farmers, and the self-employed.


National


The sampling procedure is based on files gathered on workers and retired people aged 18 and older, but corresponding households include younger people who participate in the survey. In 2012, the sample size was 22,773 individuals, with 25% of them aged 55 and older.


Regarding health, performance and wellbeing, data collected allows for a quite detailed study (perceived health, quality of life, functional capacities regarding daily activities, but nothing specific concerning, for example, cognitive performances). The same is true for working conditions & satisfaction, and access to welfare services and social insurances. Only basic information is available regarding socioeconomic status (income, education, employment); social and material support and social network; social, civic and cultural engagement; and housing (surface area, number of rooms, owner/tenant). The housing topic was investigated in more detail in 2010. A few questions regarding transports use were asked in 2012.


U-C Beneficiaries Self-report more Illness than the Rest of the Population. Results of the ESPS 2006-2008 surveys Allonier C. (Irdes), Boisguérin B. (Drees), Le Fur P. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 173. Complementary Health Insurance in France: Wide-Scale Diffusion but Inequalities of Access Persist Perronnin M., Pierre A., Rochereau T. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 161. Disability and Social Security Reforms: The French Case Behaghel L. (Paris School of Economics, Inra), Blanchet D. (Insee-D3E), Debrand T. (Irdes), Roger M. (Paris School of Economics, Inra, Insee-D3E) Document de travail n° 38. Effort or Circumstances: Does the Correlation Matter for Inequality of Opportunity in Health? Jusot F. (Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDA-LEGOS, Irdes), Tubeuf S. (Université de Leeds, Academic Unit of Health Economics), Trannoy A. (EHESS, Greqam-Idep) Working paper Irdes n° 33. 2010/07. Assessment of asthma control and its socio-economic determinants. Afrite A., Allonier C., Com-Ruelle L., “2nd European Public Health Conference - Human ecology and public health. Lodz, 25-28 novembre 2009”. The European Journal of Public Health, Oral presentations: abstracts, vol. 19, Suppl 1, 2009/01, pp. 60-61. Follow this link for more publications in English: www.irdes.fr/.../EspsSurvey.html

Coverage


Data was collected on an annual basis from 1988 to 1997. Beginning in 1998, data has been collected every two years until 2006. The survey is undertaken in two waves (spring and fall). Until 1997, 25% of individuals were surveyed each year; since 1998, half of them are surveyed every two years. For each wave, about 8,000 households are surveyed, which is equal to approximately 22,000 people.


1988


Random sampling from beneficiaries’ files, and files on administered care furnished by the national health insurance funds for salaried workers, farmers, and the self-employed.


Random sampling from beneficiaries’ files, and files on administered care furnished by the national health insurance funds for salaried workers, farmers, and the self-employed.


national


The sampling procedure is based on files gathered on workers and retired people aged 18 and older, but corresponding households include younger people who participate in the survey. In 2012, the sample size was 22,773 individuals, with 25% of them aged 55 and older.


Regarding health, performance and wellbeing, data collected allows for a quite detailed study (perceived health, quality of life, functional capacities regarding daily activities, but nothing specific concerning, for example, cognitive performances). The same is true for working conditions & satisfaction, and access to welfare services and social insurances. Only basic information is available regarding socioeconomic status (income, education, employment); social and material support and social network; social, civic and cultural engagement; and housing (surface area, number of rooms, owner/tenant). The housing topic was investigated in more detail in 2010. A few questions regarding transports use were asked in 2012.


U-C Beneficiaries Self-report more Illness than the Rest of the Population. Results of the ESPS 2006-2008 surveys Allonier C. (Irdes), Boisguérin B. (Drees), Le Fur P. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 173. Complementary Health Insurance in France: Wide-Scale Diffusion but Inequalities of Access Persist Perronnin M., Pierre A., Rochereau T. (Irdes) Issues in Health Economics (Questions d'économie de la santé) n° 161. Disability and Social Security Reforms: The French Case Behaghel L. (Paris School of Economics, Inra), Blanchet D. (Insee-D3E), Debrand T. (Irdes), Roger M. (Paris School of Economics, Inra, Insee-D3E) Document de travail n° 38. Effort or Circumstances: Does the Correlation Matter for Inequality of Opportunity in Health? Jusot F. (Université Paris-Dauphine, LEDA-LEGOS, Irdes), Tubeuf S. (Université de Leeds, Academic Unit of Health Economics), Trannoy A. (EHESS, Greqam-Idep) Working paper Irdes n° 33. 2010/07. Assessment of asthma control and its socio-economic determinants. Afrite A., Allonier C., Com-Ruelle L., “2nd European Public Health Conference - Human ecology and public health. Lodz, 25-28 novembre 2009”. The European Journal of Public Health, Oral presentations: abstracts, vol. 19, Suppl 1, 2009/01, pp. 60-61. Follow this link for more publications in English: www.irdes.fr/.../EspsSurvey.html


Linkage


ISCED taxonomy used since 2012, ISCO taxonomy will be used in 2014. Many questions and scales are based on international standards (MOS SF36 for quality of life, Karasek’s questions for working conditions).


Data collected through telephone and self-administered questionnaires are linked with SNIIR-AM data (reimbursement data for visits to health professionals and prescribed drugs, long-term diseases, hospital discharge records…).

Linkage


ISCED taxonomy used since 2012, ISCO taxonomy will be used in 2014. Many questions and scales are based on international standards (MOS SF36 for quality of life, Karasek’s questions for working conditions).


Data collected through telephone and self-administered questionnaires are linked with SNIIR-AM data (reimbursement data for visits to health professionals and prescribed drugs, long-term diseases, hospital discharge records…).

Linkage


ISCED taxonomy used since 2012, ISCO taxonomy will be used in 2014. Many questions and scales are based on international standards (MOS SF36 for quality of life, Karasek’s questions for working conditions).


Data collected through telephone and self-administered questionnaires are linked with SNIIR-AM data (reimbursement data for visits to health professionals and prescribed drugs, long-term diseases, hospital discharge records…).

Linkage


ISCED taxonomy used since 2012, ISCO taxonomy will be used in 2014. Many questions and scales are based on international standards (MOS SF36 for quality of life, Karasek’s questions for working conditions).


Data collected through telephone and self-administered questionnaires are linked with SNIIR-AM data (reimbursement data for visits to health professionals and prescribed drugs, long-term diseases, hospital discharge records…).

Linkage


ISCED taxonomy used since 2012, ISCO taxonomy will be used in 2014. Many questions and scales are based on international standards (MOS SF36 for quality of life, Karasek’s questions for working conditions).


Data collected through telephone and self-administered questionnaires are linked with SNIIR-AM data (reimbursement data for visits to health professionals and prescribed drugs, long-term diseases, hospital discharge records…).

Linkage


ISCED taxonomy used since 2012, ISCO taxonomy will be used in 2014. Many questions and scales are based on international standards (MOS SF36 for quality of life, Karasek’s questions for working conditions).


Data collected through telephone and self-administered questionnaires are linked with SNIIR-AM data (reimbursement data for visits to health professionals and prescribed drugs, long-term diseases, hospital discharge records…).

Linkage


ISCED taxonomy used since 2012, ISCO taxonomy will be used in 2014. Many questions and scales are based on international standards (MOS SF36 for quality of life, Karasek’s questions for working conditions).


Data collected through telephone and self-administered questionnaires are linked with SNIIR-AM data (reimbursement data for visits to health professionals and prescribed drugs, long-term diseases, hospital discharge records…).


Data quality


- Some questions/scales changed over time. - Until 2010, many questions were asked only to the individual selected in the administrative files used for sampling. Since 2010, most of the questions are still addressed to the head of the household but most of the questionnaire (including social support and working conditions & satisfaction) has been extended to all members of the household, The whole sample was renewed in 2010.

Data quality


- Some questions/scales changed over time. - Until 2010, many questions were asked only to the individual selected in the administrative files used for sampling. Since 2010, most of the questions are still addressed to the head of the household but most of the questionnaire (including social support and working conditions & satisfaction) has been extended to all members of the household, The whole sample was renewed in 2010.

Data quality


- Some questions/scales changed over time. - Until 2010, many questions were asked only to the individual selected in the administrative files used for sampling. Since 2010, most of the questions are still addressed to the head of the household but most of the questionnaire (including social support and working conditions & satisfaction) has been extended to all members of the household, The whole sample was renewed in 2010.

Data quality


- Some questions/scales changed over time. - Until 2010, many questions were asked only to the individual selected in the administrative files used for sampling. Since 2010, most of the questions are still addressed to the head of the household but most of the questionnaire (including social support and working conditions & satisfaction) has been extended to all members of the household, The whole sample was renewed in 2010.

Data quality


- Some questions/scales changed over time. - Until 2010, many questions were asked only to the individual selected in the administrative files used for sampling. Since 2010, most of the questions are still addressed to the head of the household but most of the questionnaire (including social support and working conditions & satisfaction) has been extended to all members of the household, The whole sample was renewed in 2010.

Data quality


- Some questions/scales changed over time. - Until 2010, many questions were asked only to the individual selected in the administrative files used for sampling. Since 2010, most of the questions are still addressed to the head of the household but most of the questionnaire (including social support and working conditions & satisfaction) has been extended to all members of the household, The whole sample was renewed in 2010.

Data quality


- Some questions/scales changed over time. - Until 2010, many questions were asked only to the individual selected in the administrative files used for sampling. Since 2010, most of the questions are still addressed to the head of the household but most of the questionnaire (including social support and working conditions & satisfaction) has been extended to all members of the household, The whole sample was renewed in 2010.


Applicability


Strengths: - data collected since 1988; - a rather large sample, even for the older ones, especially since some aspects of the questionnaire have been extended to all the members of selected households; - a comprehensive questionnaire regarding health-related issues and linkage with medico-administrative databases; - enhanced harmonization with European standards in 2012 and 2014. Weaknesses: - methodological changes since 1988 (questions deleted/added/modified, renewal of the sample in 2010, questions not asked to all of the household’s members before 2010...); - for each wave, data collection takes 1 year, and there is a delay of about 20 months before the data is available: data collected in 2012 will be available in the end of 2014. - At the moment, there is no English version of the database.

Applicability


Strengths: - data collected since 1988; - a rather large sample, even for the older ones, especially since some aspects of the questionnaire have been extended to all the members of selected households; - a comprehensive questionnaire regarding health-related issues and linkage with medico-administrative databases; - enhanced harmonization with European standards in 2012 and 2014. Weaknesses: - methodological changes since 1988 (questions deleted/added/modified, renewal of the sample in 2010, questions not asked to all of the household’s members before 2010...); - for each wave, data collection takes 1 year, and there is a delay of about 20 months before the data is available: data collected in 2012 will be available in the end of 2014. - At the moment, there is no English version of the database.

Applicability


Strengths: - data collected since 1988; - a rather large sample, even for the older ones, especially since some aspects of the questionnaire have been extended to all the members of selected households; - a comprehensive questionnaire regarding health-related issues and linkage with medico-administrative databases; - enhanced harmonization with European standards in 2012 and 2014. Weaknesses: - methodological changes since 1988 (questions deleted/added/modified, renewal of the sample in 2010, questions not asked to all of the household’s members before 2010...); - for each wave, data collection takes 1 year, and there is a delay of about 20 months before the data is available: data collected in 2012 will be available in the end of 2014. - At the moment, there is no English version of the database.

Applicability


Strengths: - data collected since 1988; - a rather large sample, even for the older ones, especially since some aspects of the questionnaire have been extended to all the members of selected households; - a comprehensive questionnaire regarding health-related issues and linkage with medico-administrative databases; - enhanced harmonization with European standards in 2012 and 2014. Weaknesses: - methodological changes since 1988 (questions deleted/added/modified, renewal of the sample in 2010, questions not asked to all of the household’s members before 2010...); - for each wave, data collection takes 1 year, and there is a delay of about 20 months before the data is available: data collected in 2012 will be available in the end of 2014. - At the moment, there is no English version of the database.

Applicability


Strengths: - data collected since 1988; - a rather large sample, even for the older ones, especially since some aspects of the questionnaire have been extended to all the members of selected households; - a comprehensive questionnaire regarding health-related issues and linkage with medico-administrative databases; - enhanced harmonization with European standards in 2012 and 2014. Weaknesses: - methodological changes since 1988 (questions deleted/added/modified, renewal of the sample in 2010, questions not asked to all of the household’s members before 2010...); - for each wave, data collection takes 1 year, and there is a delay of about 20 months before the data is available: data collected in 2012 will be available in the end of 2014. - At the moment, there is no English version of the database.

Applicability


Strengths: - data collected since 1988; - a rather large sample, even for the older ones, especially since some aspects of the questionnaire have been extended to all the members of selected households; - a comprehensive questionnaire regarding health-related issues and linkage with medico-administrative databases; - enhanced harmonization with European standards in 2012 and 2014. Weaknesses: - methodological changes since 1988 (questions deleted/added/modified, renewal of the sample in 2010, questions not asked to all of the household’s members before 2010...); - for each wave, data collection takes 1 year, and there is a delay of about 20 months before the data is available: data collected in 2012 will be available in the end of 2014. - At the moment, there is no English version of the database.

Applicability


Strengths: - data collected since 1988; - a rather large sample, even for the older ones, especially since some aspects of the questionnaire have been extended to all the members of selected households; - a comprehensive questionnaire regarding health-related issues and linkage with medico-administrative databases; - enhanced harmonization with European standards in 2012 and 2014. Weaknesses: - methodological changes since 1988 (questions deleted/added/modified, renewal of the sample in 2010, questions not asked to all of the household’s members before 2010...); - for each wave, data collection takes 1 year, and there is a delay of about 20 months before the data is available: data collected in 2012 will be available in the end of 2014. - At the moment, there is no English version of the database.


  • The information about this dataset was compiled by the author:
  • Patrick Peretti-Watel
  • (see Partners)