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Survey on health, impairment and living conditions in Denmark 2012 (SHILD)
Survey on health, impairment and living conditions in Denmark 2012 (SHILD)

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Housing, Urban Development and Mobility
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Work and Productivity
Wellbeing
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Country Denmark
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Governance

Contact information

Data will be available through CSSR. Contact: Head of CSSR, Leif Jensen
CSSR
Herluf Trolles Gade 11
DK-1052 Copehagen K
Denmark
Phone: (+45)33480820
Email: leh(at)sfi.dk
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Timeliness, transparency

Data was collected in 2012 and the first report is being prepared.

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal study, in 2012 data for the first round was collected and the plan is to collect new data every four years.

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Telephone- and internet-based interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal study, in 2012 data for the first round was collected and the plan is to collect new data every four years.

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Telephone- and internet-based interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal study, in 2012 data for the first round was collected and the plan is to collect new data every four years.

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Telephone- and internet-based interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal study, in 2012 data for the first round was collected and the plan is to collect new data every four years.

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Telephone- and internet-based interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal study, in 2012 data for the first round was collected and the plan is to collect new data every four years.

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Telephone- and internet-based interviews

Type of data


Registry

Type of Study


Longitudinal study, in 2012 data for the first round was collected and the plan is to collect new data every four years.

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Telephone- and internet-based interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal study, in 2012 data for the first round was collected and the plan is to collect new data every four years.

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Telephone- and internet-based interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal study, in 2012 data for the first round was collected and the plan is to collect new data every four years.

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Telephone- and internet-based interviews

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study


Longitudinal study, in 2012 data for the first round was collected and the plan is to collect new data every four years.

Data gathering method

Telephone interview (CATI)


Telephone- and internet-based interviews


Access to data

Conditions of access


CSSR - Open acces To use the linked CSSR survey/register data, you must be employed as a researcher at a CSSR member institution or involved in a joint project with CSSR researchers. Danish or international researchers who are affiliated with a CSSR research institution can access the data via their research associates in the CSSR research institution.


Data will be available for download at the CSSR website.


Anonymised microdata Aggregated tables


SAS, SPSS, Stata


Currently, there is no documentation in English and the Danish report is still being prepared.

Access to data

Conditions of access


CSSR - Open acces To use the linked CSSR survey/register data, you must be employed as a researcher at a CSSR member institution or involved in a joint project with CSSR researchers. Danish or international researchers who are affiliated with a CSSR research institution can access the data via their research associates in the CSSR research institution.


Data will be available for download at the CSSR website.


Anonymised microdata Aggregated tables


SAS, SPSS, Stata


Currently, there is no documentation in English and the Danish report is still being prepared.

Access to data

Conditions of access


CSSR - Open acces To use the linked CSSR survey/register data, you must be employed as a researcher at a CSSR member institution or involved in a joint project with CSSR researchers. Danish or international researchers who are affiliated with a CSSR research institution can access the data via their research associates in the CSSR research institution.


Data will be available for download at the CSSR website.


Anonymised microdata Aggregated tables


SAS, SPSS, Stata


Currently, there is no documentation in English and the Danish report is still being prepared.

Access to data

Conditions of access


CSSR - Open acces To use the linked CSSR survey/register data, you must be employed as a researcher at a CSSR member institution or involved in a joint project with CSSR researchers. Danish or international researchers who are affiliated with a CSSR research institution can access the data via their research associates in the CSSR research institution.


Data will be available for download at the CSSR website.


Anonymised microdata Aggregated tables


SAS, SPSS, Stata


Currently, there is no documentation in English and the Danish report is still being prepared.

Access to data

Conditions of access


CSSR - Open acces To use the linked CSSR survey/register data, you must be employed as a researcher at a CSSR member institution or involved in a joint project with CSSR researchers. Danish or international researchers who are affiliated with a CSSR research institution can access the data via their research associates in the CSSR research institution.


Data will be available for download at the CSSR website.


Anonymised microdata Aggregated tables


SAS, SPSS, Stata


Currently, there is no documentation in English and the Danish report is still being prepared.

Access to data

Conditions of access


CSSR - Open acces To use the linked CSSR survey/register data, you must be employed as a researcher at a CSSR member institution or involved in a joint project with CSSR researchers. Danish or international researchers who are affiliated with a CSSR research institution can access the data via their research associates in the CSSR research institution.


Data will be available for download at the CSSR website.


Anonymised microdata Aggregated tables


SAS, SPSS, Stata


Currently, there is no documentation in English and the Danish report is still being prepared.

Access to data

Conditions of access


CSSR - Open acces To use the linked CSSR survey/register data, you must be employed as a researcher at a CSSR member institution or involved in a joint project with CSSR researchers. Danish or international researchers who are affiliated with a CSSR research institution can access the data via their research associates in the CSSR research institution.


Data will be available for download at the CSSR website.


Anonymised microdata Aggregated tables


SAS, SPSS, Stata


Currently, there is no documentation in English and the Danish report is still being prepared.

Access to data

Conditions of access


CSSR - Open acces To use the linked CSSR survey/register data, you must be employed as a researcher at a CSSR member institution or involved in a joint project with CSSR researchers. Danish or international researchers who are affiliated with a CSSR research institution can access the data via their research associates in the CSSR research institution.


Data will be available for download at the CSSR website.


Anonymised microdata Aggregated tables


SAS, SPSS, Stata


Currently, there is no documentation in English and the Danish report is still being prepared.

Access to data

Conditions of access


CSSR - Open acces To use the linked CSSR survey/register data, you must be employed as a researcher at a CSSR member institution or involved in a joint project with CSSR researchers. Danish or international researchers who are affiliated with a CSSR research institution can access the data via their research associates in the CSSR research institution.


Data will be available for download at the CSSR website.


Anonymised microdata Aggregated tables


SAS, SPSS, Stata


Currently, there is no documentation in English and the Danish report is still being prepared.


Coverage


Data was collected in 2012. The original sample size was 32,819 individuals. Of them, 18,957 responded.


2012


The sample is not stratified.


The population aged 16-64 years old.


Entire country


Population aged 16-64


Representative for the Danish population aged 16-64. Response rate of 57.8 per cent.


The collected data covers self-rated impairment, functional ability, work capacity, self-rated mental and physical health, health behaviors (smoking, alcohol, other drugs), participation in various domains of social life, contacts with the public support system; individuals’ background, such as information on work life, income and education, welfare benefits, consumption of health-related goods and services; expectations for the future (health, work capacity, family relations); discrimination, exposure to violence; personality measure (two of the big five personality traits - neuroticism and conscientiousness). Covers questions about discrimination including one question about age discrimination. Furthermore, it is possible to compare personally experienced discrimination across different age groups in order to analyse whether or not they vary.


The website is not up and running yet and no results have been published.

Coverage


Data was collected in 2012. The original sample size was 32,819 individuals. Of them, 18,957 responded.


2012


The sample is not stratified.


The population aged 16-64 years old.


Entire country


Population aged 16-64


Representative of the Danish population aged 16-64. Response rate of 57.8 per cent.


The collected data covers self-rated impairment, functional ability, work capacity, self-rated mental and physical health, health behaviors (smoking, alcohol, other drugs), participation in various domains of social life, contacts with the public support system; individuals’ background, such as information on work life, income and education, welfare benefits, consumption of health-related goods and services; expectations for the future (health, work capacity, family relations); discrimination, exposure to violence; personality measure (two of the big five personality traits - neuroticism and conscientiousness). Covers questions about discrimination, including one question about age discrimination. Furthermore, it is possible to compare personally experienced discrimination across different age groups in order to analyse whether or not they vary.


The website is not up and running yet and no results have been published.

Coverage


Data was collected in 2012. The original sample size was 32,819 individuals. Of them, 18,957 responded.


2012


The sample is not stratified.


Population aged 16-64.


Entire country


Population aged 16-64


Representative for the Danish population aged 16-64. Response rate of 57.8 per cent.


The collected data covers self-rated impairment, functional ability, work capacity, self-rated mental and physical health, health behaviors (smoking, alcohol, other drugs), participation in various domains of social life, contacts with the public support system; individuals’ background, such as information on work life, income and education, welfare benefits, consumption of health-related goods and services; expectations for the future (health, work capacity, family relations); discrimination, exposure to violence; personality measure (two of the big five personality traits - neuroticism and conscientiousness). Covers questions about discrimination including one question about age discrimination. Furthermore, it is possible to compare personally experienced discrimination across different age groups in order to analyse whether or not they vary.


The website is not up and running yet and no results have been published.

Coverage


Data was collected in 2012. The original sample size was 32,819 individuals. Of them, 18,957 responded.


2012


The sample is not stratified.


Population aged 16-64.


Entire country


Population aged 16-64


Representative for the Danish population aged 16-64. Response rate of 57.8 per cent.


The collected data covers self-rated impairment, functional ability, work capacity, self-rated mental and physical health, health behaviors (smoking, alcohol, other drugs), participation in various domains of social life, contacts with the public support system; individuals’ background, such as information on work life, income and education, welfare benefits, consumption of health-related goods and services; expectations for the future (health, work capacity, family relations); discrimination, exposure to violence; personality measure (two of the big five personality traits - neuroticism and conscientiousness). Covers questions about discrimination including one question about age discrimination. Furthermore, it is possible to compare personally experienced discrimination across different age groups in order to analyse whether or not they vary.


The website is not up and running yet and no results have been published.

Coverage


Data was collected in 2012. The original sample size was 32,819 individuals. Of them, 18,957 responded.


2012


The sample is not stratified.


Population aged 16-64.


Entire country


Population aged 16-64


Representative for the Danish population aged 16-64. Response rate of 57.8 per cent.


The survey covers self-rated impairment, functional ability, work capacity, self-rated mental and physical health, and health behaviors (smoking, alcohol, other drugs). It also includes participation in various domains of social life, contacts with the public support system, individuals’ background, such as information on work life, income and education, welfare benefits, consumption of health-related goods and services, expectations for the future (health, work capacity, family relations) discrimination, exposure to violence, and personality measure (two of the big five personality traits - neuroticism and conscientiousness). There are also questions about discrimination, including one question about age discrimination. In addition, it is possible to compare personally experienced discrimination across different age groups in order to analyse whether or not they vary.


The website is not up and running yet and no results have been published.

Coverage


Data was collected in 2012. The original sample size was 32,819 individuals. Of them, 18,957 responded.


2012


The sample is not stratified.


Population aged 16-64.


Entire country


Population aged 16-64


Representative for the Danish population aged 16-64. Response rate of 57.8 per cent.


The survey covers self-rated impairment, functional ability, work capacity, self-rated mental and physical health, and health behaviors (smoking, alcohol, other drugs). It also includes participation in various domains of social life, contacts with the public support system, individuals’ background, such as information on work life, income and education, welfare benefits, consumption of health-related goods and services, expectations for the future (health, work capacity, family relations) discrimination, exposure to violence, and personality measure (two of the big five personality traits - neuroticism and conscientiousness). There are also questions about discrimination, including one question about age discrimination. In addition, it is possible to compare personally experienced discrimination across different age groups in order to analyse whether or not they vary.


The website is not up and running yet and no results have been published.

Coverage


Data was collected in 2012. The original sample size was 32,819 individuals. Of them, 18,957 responded.


2012


The sample is not stratified.


The population aged 16-64 years old.


Entire country


Population aged 16-64


Representative for the Danish population aged 16-64. Response rate of 57.8 per cent.


The collected data covers self-rated impairment, functional ability, work capacity, self-rated mental and physical health, health behaviors (smoking, alcohol, other drugs), participation in various domains of social life, contacts with the public support system; individuals’ background, such as information on work life, income and education, welfare benefits, consumption of health-related goods and services; expectations for the future (health, work capacity, family relations); discrimination, exposure to violence; personality measure (two of the big five personality traits - neuroticism and conscientiousness). Covers questions about discrimination including one question about age discrimination. Furthermore, it is possible to compare personally experienced discrimination across different age groups in order to analyse whether or not they vary.


The website is not up and running yet and no results have been published.

Coverage


Data was collected in 2012. The original sample size was 32,819 individuals. Of them, 18,957 responded.


2012


The sample is not stratified.


The population aged 16-64 years old.


Entire country


Population aged 16-64


Representative for the Danish population aged 16-64. Response rate of 57.8 per cent.


The collected data covers self-rated impairment, functional ability, work capacity, self-rated mental and physical health, health behaviors (smoking, alcohol, other drugs), participation in various domains of social life, contacts with the public support system; individuals’ background, such as information on work life, income and education, welfare benefits, consumption of health-related goods and services; expectations for the future (health, work capacity, family relations); discrimination, exposure to violence; personality measure (two of the big five personality traits - neuroticism and conscientiousness). Covers questions about discrimination including one question about age discrimination. Furthermore, it is possible to compare personally experienced discrimination across different age groups in order to analyse whether or not they vary."


The website is not up and running yet and no results have been published.

Coverage


Data was collected in 2012. The original sample size was 32,819 individuals. Of them, 18,957 responded.


2012


The sample is not stratified.


The population aged 16-64 years old.


Entire country


Population aged 16-64


Representative for the Danish population aged 16-64. Response rate of 57.8 per cent.


The collected data covers self-rated impairment, functional ability, work capacity, self-rated mental and physical health, health behaviors (smoking, alcohol, other drugs), participation in various domains of social life, contacts with the public support system; individuals’ background, such as information on work life, income and education, welfare benefits, consumption of health-related goods and services; expectations for the future (health, work capacity, family relations); discrimination, exposure to violence; personality measure (two of the big five personality traits - neuroticism and conscientiousness). Covers questions about discrimination including one question about age discrimination. Furthermore, it is possible to compare personally experienced discrimination across different age groups in order to analyse whether or not they vary.


The website is not up and running yet and no results have been published.


Linkage


Two of the big five personality traits (neurotocism and conscientiousness)


Data can be linked to register data available at Statistics Denmark through an encrypted identification key.

Linkage


Two of the big five personality traits (neurotocism and conscientiousness)


Data can be linked to register data available at Statistics Denmark through an encrypted identification key.

Linkage


Two of the big five personality traits (neurotocism and conscientiousness)


Data can be linked to register data available at Statistics Denmark through an encrypted identification key.

Linkage


Two of the big five personality traits (neurotocism and conscientiousness)


Data can be linked to register data available at Statistics Denmark through an encrypted identification key.

Linkage


Two of the big five personality traits (neurotocism and conscientiousness)


Data can be linked to register data available at Statistics Denmark through an encrypted identification key.

Linkage


Two of the big five personality traits (neurotocism and conscientiousness)


Data can be linked to register data available at Statistics Denmark through an encrypted identification key.

Linkage


Two of the big five personality traits (neurotocism and conscientiousness)


Data can be linked to register data available at Statistics Denmark through an encrypted identification key.

Linkage


Two of the big five personality traits (neurotocism and conscientiousness)


Data can be linked to register data available at Statistics Denmark through an encrypted identification key.

Linkage


Two of the big five personality traits (neurotocism and conscientiousness)


Data can be linked to register data available at Statistics Denmark through an encrypted identification key.


Data quality


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It is planned that the same questions will be asked in order to detect changes over time.

Data quality


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N.A.


It is planned that the same questions will be asked in order to detect changes over time.

Data quality


N.A.


N.A.


It is planned that the same questions will be asked in order to detect changes over time.

Data quality


N.A.


N.A.


It is planned that the same questions will be asked in order to detect changes over time.

Data quality


N.A.


N.A.


It is planned that the same questions will be asked in order to detect changes over time.

Data quality


N.A.


N.A.


It is planned to apply the same questions in order to detect changes over time.

Data quality


N.A.


N.A.


It is planned that the same questions will be asked in order to detect changes over time.

Data quality


N.A.


N.A.


It is planned to apply the same questions in order to detect changes over time.

Data quality


N.A.


N.A.


It is planned to apply the same questions in order to detect changes over time.


Applicability


Strengths: The database includes a rather large sample consisting of people with and without different impairments, and their partners and children. The data can be linked to register data from Statistics Denmark and all questions are validated in international or Danish context. Weaknesses: Only the first wave of data have been collected so far.

Applicability


Strengths: The database includes a rather large sample consisting of people with and without different impairments, and their partners and children. The data can be linked to register data from Statistics Denmark and all questions are validated in international or Danish context. Weaknesses: Only the first wave of data have been collected so far.

Applicability


Strengths: The database includes a rather large sample consisting of people with and without different impairments, and their partners and children. The data can be linked to register data from Statistics Denmark. All questions are validated in international or Danish context. Weaknesses: Only the first wave of data has been collected so far.

Applicability


Strengths: The database includes a rather large sample consisting of people with and wothout different impairments, and their partners and children. The data can be linked to register data from Statistics Denmark. All questions are validated in international or Danish context. Weaknesses: Only the first wave of data has been collected so far.

Applicability


Strengths: The database includes a rather large sample consisting of people with and without different impairments, and their partners and children. The data can be linked to register data from Statistics Denmark. All questions are validated in international or Danish context. Weaknesses: Only the first wave of data has been collected so far.

Applicability


Strengths: The database includes a rather large sample consisting of people with and without different impairments, and their partners and children. The data can be linked to register data from Statistics Denmark. All questions are validated in international or Danish context. Weaknesses: Only the first wave of data has been collected so far.

Applicability


Strengths: The database includes a rather large sample consisting of people with and without different impairments, and their partners and children. The data can be linked to register data from Statistics Denmark and all questions are validated in international or Danish context. Weaknesses: Only the first wave of data have been collected so far.

Applicability


Strengths: The database includes a rather large sample consisting of people with and without different impairments, and their partners and children. The data can be linked to register data from Statistics Denmark and all questions are validated in international or Danish context. Weaknesses: Only the first wave of data have been collected so far.

Applicability


Strengths: The database includes a rather large sample consisting of people with and without different impairments, and their partners and children. The data can be linked to register data from Statistics Denmark and all questions are validated in international or Danish context. Weaknesses: Only the first wave of data have been collected so far.


  • The information about this dataset was compiled by the author:
  • Chantal Nielsen
  • (see Partners)