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Health 2000/2011 Health Examination Surveys
Terveys 2000/2011

Topic
Social, Civic and Cultural Engagement
Health and Performance
Wellbeing
Intergenerational Relationships
Relevance for this Topic
Country Finland
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Governance

Contact information

Pirkko Alha
THL
THL, P.O. Box 30
FI-00271 Helsinki
Finland
Phone: +358 29 524 6000
Email: pirkko.alha@thl.fi
Url: www.thl.fi/.../terveys_2011

Timeliness, transparency


Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Data gathering method


postal questionnaire, clinical measurements

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Data gathering method


postal questionnaire, clinical measurements

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Data gathering method


postal questionnaire, clinical measurements

Type of data


Survey

Type of Study

Data gathering method


postal questionnaire, clinical measurements


Access to data

Conditions of access


The research plan attached to the data request must be approved by the committee in THL before the data can be used. Linkages to other registries require separate applications for permission. No fees are charged.


Survey + clinical measurements, partly panel


SAS, SPSS

Access to data

Conditions of access


The research plan attached to the data request must be approved by the committee in THL before the data can be used. Linkages to other registries require separate applications for permission. No fees are charged.


Survey + clinical measurements, partly panel


SAS, SPSS

Access to data

Conditions of access


The research plan attached to the data request must be approved by the committee in THL before the data can be used. Linkages to other registries require separate applications for permission. No fees are charged.


Survey + clinical measurements, partly panel


SAS, SPSS

Access to data

Conditions of access


The research plan attached to the data request must be approved by the committee in THL before the data can be used. Linkages to other registries require separate applications for permission. No fees are charged.


Survey + clinical measurements, partly panel


SAS, SPSS


Coverage


Wave 1: Data collected in 2000 with a sample size of 8,028 individuals (30+ years) and 1,894 individuals aged 18-29. Wave 2: Data collected in 2011 with a follow up sample size of 7,964 individuals (29+) and a new random sample of 2,000 individuals aged 18-28.


2000


Random sample; Finnish population, over 18 years.


18+


Finish population aged 30 years and over.


The dataset contains detailed data on health status (perceived health, chronic illness, diseases, symptoms, medication), risk factors for chronic conditions, health behavior (alcohol/drug consumption, physical activity, sleep), functional capacity and working capacity, quality of life, disabilities and permanent injuries due to accidents, health promotion, use of medical care, met and unmet need for care, need for and use of help and rehabilitation, SES, living and working conditions, a selection of clinical measurements.

Coverage


Wave 1: Data collected in 2000 with a sample size of 8,028 individuals (30+ years) and 1,894 individuals aged 18-29. Wave 2: Data collected in 2011 with a follow up sample size of 7,964 individuals (29+) and a new random sample of 2,000 individuals aged 18-28.


2000


Random sample; Finnish population, over 18 years.


18+


Finish population aged 30 years and over.


The dataset contains detailed data on health status (perceived health, chronic illness, diseases, symptoms, medication), risk factors for chronic conditions, health behavior (alcohol/drug consumption, physical activity, sleep), functional capacity and working capacity, quality of life, disabilities and permanent injuries due to accidents, health promotion, use of medical care, met and unmet need for care, need for and use of help and rehabilitation, SES, living and working conditions, a selection of clinical measurements.

Coverage


Wave 1: Data collected in 2000 with a sample size of 8,028 individuals (30+ years) and 1,894 individuals aged 18-29. Wave 2: Data collected in 2011 with a follow up sample size of 7,964 individuals (29+) and a new random sample of 2,000 individuals aged 18-28.


2000


Random sample; Finnish population, over 18 years.


18+


Finish population aged 30 years and over.


The dataset contains detailed data on health status (perceived health, chronic illness, diseases, symptoms, medication), risk factors for chronic conditions, health behavior (alcohol/drug consumption, physical activity, sleep), functional capacity and working capacity, quality of life, disabilities and permanent injuries due to accidents, health promotion, use of medical care, met and unmet need for care, need for and use of help and rehabilitation, SES, living and working conditions, a selection of clinical measurements.

Coverage


Wave 1: Data collected in 2000 with a sample size of 8,028 individuals (30+ years) and 1,894 individuals aged 18-29. Wave 2: Data collected in 2011 with a follow up sample size of 7,964 individuals (29+) and a new random sample of 2,000 individuals aged 18-28.


2000


Random sample; Finnish population, over 18 years.


18+


Finish population aged 30 years and over.


The dataset contains detailed data on health status (perceived health, chronic illness, diseases, symptoms, medication), risk factors for chronic conditions, health behavior (alcohol/drug consumption, physical activity, sleep), functional capacity and working capacity, quality of life, disabilities and permanent injuries due to accidents, health promotion, use of medical care, met and unmet need for care, need for and use of help and rehabilitation, SES, living and working conditions, a selection of clinical measurements.


Linkage


Possible to link to some of the major national registries (which were defined in the questionnaire) using the unique personal identification number.

Linkage


Possible to link to some of the major national registries (which were defined in the questionnaire) using the unique personal identification number.

Linkage


Possible to link to some of the major national registries (which were defined in the questionnaire) using the unique personal identification number.

Linkage


Possible to link to some of the major national registries (which were defined in the questionnaire) using the unique personal identification number.


Data quality


Those aged 80+ sampling probability was two times higher. Separate sub-sample for young adults aged 18–29 years (n=1894). In addition, 1260 subjects were re-invited who participated in the Mini-Finland Survey in 1978–80. High participation rate (87% of the sample).

Data quality


Those aged 80+ sampling probability was two times higher. Separate sub-sample for young adults aged 18–29 years (n=1894). In addition, 1260 subjects were re-invited who participated in the Mini-Finland Survey in 1978–80. High participation rate (87% of the sample).

Data quality


Those aged 80+ sampling probability was two times higher. Separate sub-sample for young adults aged 18–29 years (n=1894). In addition, 1260 subjects were re-invited who participated in the Mini-Finland Survey in 1978–80. High participation rate (87% of the sample).

Data quality


Those aged 80+ sampling probability was two times higher. Separate sub-sample for young adults aged 18–29 years (n=1894). In addition, 1260 subjects were re-invited who participated in the Mini-Finland Survey in 1978–80. High participation rate (87% of the sample).


Applicability


Health 2011 is an 11-year follow-up survey for the Health 2000 survey (n=7964). The survey also included a new random sample of persons aged 18–28 (n=2000). Participation rate in the health examination 59% and at least one phases of the data collection 73%. The survey includes clinical measurements but has relatively low participation rate in the re-survey (Health 2011).

Applicability


Health 2011 is an 11-year follow-up survey for the Health 2000 survey (n=7964). The survey also included a new random sample of persons aged 18–28 (n=2000). Participation rate in the health examination 59% and at least one phases of the data collection 73%. The survey includes clinical measurements but has relatively low participation rate in the re-survey (Health 2011).

Applicability


Health 2011 is an 11-year follow-up survey for the Health 2000 survey (n=7964). The survey also included a new random sample of persons aged 18–28 (n=2000). Participation rate in the health examination 59% and at least one phases of the data collection 73%. The survey includes clinical measurements but has relatively low participation rate in the re-survey (Health 2011).

Applicability


Health 2011 is an 11-year follow-up survey for the Health 2000 survey (n=7964). The survey also included a new random sample of persons aged 18–28 (n=2000). Participation rate in the health examination 59% and at least one phases of the data collection 73%. The survey includes clinical measurements but has relatively low participation rate in the re-survey (Health 2011).


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