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Health Survey for England. 1996.

By: Joint Health Surveys UnitContributor(s): Prescott-Clarke, Patricia | Primatesta, PaolaMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: HMSO, 1998. ISBN: 011322091XOther title: Health Survey for England '96 : volume 1 : findings : volume 2 : methodology & documentation [Portion of title]Subject(s): Public health and epidemiology
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Cox, Chris.

This report is the outcome of the sixth year of the Health Survey for England, commissioned by the Department of Health. It was carried out by the Joint Surveys Unit of Social and Community Planning Research and the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health at University College London. In order to promote better health it is essential that the health strategy is underpinned by adequate systems for monitoring and appraising the health of the population. The Health Survey for England provides a major vehicle for doing this. The survey is unique in providing information on the prevalence of specific health conditions, together with prevalence of risk factors associated with those conditions, the socio-demographic characteristics of the respondents, physical measurements and blood samples.

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