National Statistics - The Scottish Health Survey 2010 Volume 2: Technical Report

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SCOTTISH HEALTH SURVEY 2010 SHOWCARDS

CARD A1

MARITAL STATUS

1 Single, that is never married or never formed a legally recognised civil partnership
2 Married and living with husband / wife
3 A civil partner in a legally recognised civil partnership
4 Married and separated from husband / wife
5 In a legally recognised civil partnership and separated from your civil partner
6 Divorced
7 Formerly a civil partner, the civil partnership now legally dissolved
8 Widowed
9 A surviving civil partner, your partner having since died

CARD A2

RELATIONSHIP

1 Husband / Wife
2 Legally recognised civil partner
3 Partner / Cohabitee
4 Natural son / daughter
5 Adopted son / daughter
6 Foster son / daughter
7 Stepson / Stepdaughter / Child of partner
8 Son-in-law / Daughter-in-law
9 Natural parent
10 Adoptive parent
11 Foster parent
12 Step-parent / Parent's partner
13 Parent-in-law
14 Natural brother / Natural sister (ie. both natural parents the same)
15 Half-brother / Half-sister (ie. one natural parent the same)
16 Step-brother / Step-sister (ie. no natural parents the same)
17 Adopted brother / Adopted sister
18 Foster brother / Foster sister
19 Brother-in-law / Sister-in-law
20 Grandchild
21 Grandparent
22 Other relative
23 Other non-relative

CARD A3

1 Buying with mortgage / loan
2 Own it outright
3 Part rent / part mortgage
4 Rent (including rents paid by housing benefit)
5 Living here rent free

CARD A4

1 Earnings from employment or self-employment
2 State retirement pension
3 Pension from former employer
4 Personal pensions
5 Child Benefit
6 Job-Seekers Allowance
7 Income Support
8 Working Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit or any other Tax Credit
9 Housing Benefit
10 Other state benefits
11 Interest from savings and investments (eg. stocks and shares)
12 Other kinds of regular allowance from outside your household (eg. maintenance, student grants, rent)
13 No source of income

CARD A5

GROSS INCOME FROM ALL SOURCES

(before any deductions for tax, national insurance, etc.)

WEEKLYorMONTHLYorANNUAL
Less than £101
Less than £401
Less than £5201
£10 less than £302
£40 less than £1302
£520 less than £1,6002
£30 less than £503
£130 less than £2203
£1,600 less £2,6003
£50 less than £704
£220 less than £3004
£2,600 less than £3,6004
£70 less than £1005
£300 less than £4305
£3,600 less than £5,2005
£100 less than £1506
£430 less than £6506
£5,200 less than £7,8006
£150 less than £2007
£650 less than £8707
£7,800 less than £10,4007
£200 less than £2508
£870 less than £1,1008
£10,400 less than £13,0008
£250 less than £3009
£1,100 less than £1,3009
£13,000 less than £15,6009
£300 less than £35010
£1,300 less than £1,50010
£15,600 less than £18,20010
£350 less than £40011
£1,500 less than £1,70011
£18,200 less than £20,80011
£400 less than £45012
£1,700 less than £2,00012
£20,800 less than £23,40012
£450 less than £50013
£2,000 less than £2,20013
£23,400 less than £26,00013
£500 less than £55014
£2,200 less than £2,40014
£26,000 less than £28,60014
£550 less than £60015
£2,400 less than £2,60015
£28,600 less than £31,20015
£600 less than £65016
£2,600 less than £2,80016
£31,200 less than £33,80016
£650 less than £70017
£2,800 less than £3,00017
£33,800 less than £36,40017
£700 less than £80018
£3,000 less than £3,50018
£36,400 less than £41,60018
£800 less than £90019
£3,500 less than £3,90019
£41,600 less than £46,80019
£900 less than £1,00020
£3,900 less than £4,30020
£46,800 less than £52,00020
£1,000 less than £1,15021
£4,300 less than £5,00021
£52,000 less than £60,00021
£1,150 less than £1,35022
£5,000 less than £5,80022
£60,000 less than £70,00022
£1,350 less than £1,55023
£5,800 less than £6,70023
£70,000 less than £80,00023
£1,550 less than £1,75024
£6,700 less than £7,50024
£80,000 less than £90,00024
£1,750 less than £1,90025
£7,500 less than £8,30025
£90,000 less than £100,00025
£1,900 less than £2,10026
£8,300 less than £9,20026
£100,000 less than £110,00026
£2,100 less than £2,30027
£9,200 less than £10,00027
£110,000 less than £120,00027
£2,300 less than £2,50028
£10,000 less than £10,80028
£120,000 less than £130,00028
£2,500 less than £2,70029
£10,800 less than £11,70029
£130.000 less than £140,00029
£2,700 less than £2,90030
£11,700 less than £12,50030
£140,000 less than £150,00030
£2,900 or more31
£12,500 or more31
£150,000 or more31

CARD A6

1 Going to school full-time (including on vacation)
2 Going to college/university full-time (including on vacation)
3 In paid employment or self-employed (or temporarily away)
4 On a Government scheme for employment training
5 Doing unpaid work for a business that you own, or that a relative owns
6 Waiting to take up paid work already obtained
7 Looking for paid work or a Government training scheme
8 Intending to look for work but prevented by temporary sickness or injury
9 Permanently unable to work because of long-term sickness or disability
10 Retired from paid work
11 Looking after the home or family
12 Doing something else (Please say what)

CARD A7

HOURS SPENT PROVIDING CARE

1 - 4 hours per week
5 - 9 hours per week
10 - 14 hours per week
15 - 19 hours per week
20 - 34 hours per week
35 - 49 hours per week
50+ hours per week
Continuous care (where the person needs to have someone with them at all times of the day and night)
Varies

CARD A8

Extremely dissatisfiedExtremely satisfied
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CARD B1

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CARD B2

1 Regular check-up with GP / hospital / clinic
2 Taking medication (tablets / inhalers)
3 Advice or treatment to stop smoking
4 Using oxygen
5 Immunisations against flu / pneumococcus
6 Exercise or physical activity
7 Advice or treatment to lose weight
8 Other (Please say what)

CARD C1

1 A general practitioner ( GP)
2 Nurse at GP surgery/Health centre
3 Community, School or District Nurse
4 Hospital casualty/Accident and Emergency department
5 Consultant/Specialist or other doctor at hospital outpatients
6 Consultant/Specialist or other doctor elsewhere
7 Homeopath
8 Acupuncturist
9 Other alternative medicine professional

CARD C2

1 Take appropriate exercise
2 Avoid known allergens or triggers ( e.g. pollen, animals, other people's cigarette smoke)
3 Advice or treatment to stop smoking
4 Avoid extreme temperatures
5 Medication (including inhaler) use
6 Advice or treatment to lose weight

CARD E1

HOUSEWORK

Done during the last 4 weeks - Hoovering
Dusting
Ironing General tidying
Washing floors and paint work

CARD E2

HEAVY HOUSEWORK
Done during the last 4 weeks -
Moving heavy furniture
Spring cleaning
Walking with heavy shopping (for more than 5 minutes)
Cleaning windows
Scrubbing floors with a scrubbing brush

CARD E3

GARDENING, DIY AND BUILDING WORK
Done during the last 4 weeks -
Hoeing, weeding, pruning Mowing with a power mower
Planting flowers/seeds
Decorating
Minor household repairs
Car washing and polishing
Car repairs and maintenance

CARD E4

HEAVY MANUAL WORK
Done during the last 4 weeks -
Digging, clearing rough ground
Building in stone/bricklaying
Mowing large areas with a hand mower
Felling trees, chopping wood
Mixing/laying concrete
Moving heavy loads
Refitting a kitchen or bathroom

CARD E5

Done during the last 4 weeks -
1 Swimming
2 Cycling
3 Workout at a gym / Exercise bike / Weight training
4 Aerobics / Keep fit / Gymnastics / Dance for fitness
5 Any other type of dancing
6 Running / Jogging
7 Football / Rugby
8 Badminton / Tennis
9 Squash
10 Exercises ( e.g. press-ups, sit-ups)
Please also include teaching, coaching and training/practice sessions


CARD E6

Done during the last 4 weeks -
A woodland, forest or tree covered park An open space or park
Country paths (not on tarmac)
A beach / sea shore / loch / river or canal
Sports fields or outdoor courts ( e.g. tennis, 5-a-side) A swimming pool
A gym or sports centre
Pavements or streets in your local area Your home or garden
Somewhere else

CARD E7

Every day

4 - 6 days a week
2 - 3 days a week Once a week
2 -3 times in the last 4 weeks Once in the last 4 weeks

CARD F1

Less than 5 minutes
5 minutes, less than 15 minutes
15 minutes, less than 30 minutes
30 minutes, less than 1 hour
1 hour, less than 1 ½ hours
1 ½ hours, less than 2 hours
2 hours, less than 2 ½ hours
2 ½ hours, less than 3 hours
3 hours, less than 3 ½ hours
3 ½ hours, less than 4 hours
4 hours or more (please say how long)

CARD F2

SPORTS AND EXERCISE ACTIVITIES INCLUDE any sports and exercise activities like:

Playing football, rugby or netball in a team, or any other organised team games

include playing in:

a practice session

Playing tennis, squash or badminton

a match

a club

out-of-school lesson

Going swimming or swimming lessons
Gymnastics (include Toddler Gym, Tumble Tots etc)
Dance lessons, ballet lessons, ice skating
Horse riding
Disco dancing

Any other organised sports, team sports or exercise activities

CARD F3

Other active things like:
Ride a bike
Kick a ball around
Run about (outdoors or indoors) Play active games
Jump around
Any other things like these

CARD F4

1 A woodland, forest or tree covered park
2 An open space or park
3 Country paths (not on tarmac)
4 A beach / sea shore / loch / river or canal
5 Sports fields or outdoor courts
6 A swimming pool
7 A gym or sports centre
8 Pavements or streets in your local area
9 A playground or playpark
10 Your home or garden
11 Somewhere else

CARD F5

Every day

4 - 6 days a week
2 - 3 days a week Once a week
2 -3 times in the last 4 weeks Once in the last 4 weeks

CARD G1

6 a day or more
4 or 5 a day
2 or 3 a day One a day
Less than one a day

CARD G2

6 or more times a day
4 or 5 times a day
2 or 3 times a day Once a day
5 or 6 times a week
2 to 4 times a week Once a week
1 to 3 times a month Less often or never

CARD G3

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CARD H1

1 At own home
2 At work
3 In other people's homes
4 On public transport
5 In pubs
6 In other public places

CARD J1

Almost every day
Five or six days a week Three or four days a week Once or twice a week Once or twice a month
Once every couple of months Once or twice a year
Not at all in the last 12 months

Card J1

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CARD J2

1 Normal strength beer / lager / cider / shandy
2 Strong beer / lager / cider
3 Spirits or Liqueurs
4 Sherry, Martini or Buckfast
5 Wine
6 Alcopops / pre-mixed drinks
7 Other alcoholic drinks
8 Low alcohol drinks only

CARD J3

1 In a pub or bar
2 In a restaurant
3 In a club or disco
4 At a party with friends
5 At my home
6 At someone else's home
7 Out on the street, in a park or other outdoor area
8 Somewhere else (Please say where)

CARD J4

1. My husband or wife / boyfriend or girlfriend / partner
2. Male friends
3. Female friends
4. Male and female friends together
5. Work colleagues
6. Members of my family / relatives
7. Someone else (Please say who)
8. On my own

CARD K1

No natural teeth
Fewer than 10 natural teeth
Between 10 and 19 natural teeth
20 or more natural teeth

CARD K2

Very happy
Fairly happy
Fairly unhappy
Very unhappy

CARD K3

Yes, often
Yes, occasionally
No, never

CARD P1

1 Going to school full-time (including on vacation)
2 Going to college full-time (including on vacation)
3 In paid employment or self-employment (or temporarily away)
4 On a Government scheme for employment training (or temporarily away)
5 Doing unpaid work for a business that you own, or that a relative owns
6 Waiting to take up paid work already obtained
7 Looking for paid work or a Government training scheme
8 Intending to look for work but prevented by temporary sickness or injury
9 Permanently unable to work because of long-term sickness or disability
10 Retired from paid work
11 Looking after the home or family
12 Doing something else (Please say what)

CARD Q1

1 School Leaving Certificate, National Qualification ( NQ) Access Unit
2 O Grade, Standard Grade, GCSE, GCE O Level, CSE, National Qualification Access 3 Cluster, Intermediate 1 or 2 Senior Certificate or equivalent
3 GNVQ/ GSVQ Foundation or Intermediate, SVQ Level 1 or 2, SCOTVEC / National Certificate Module, City and Guilds Craft, RSA Diploma or equivalent
4 Higher Grade, Advanced Higher, CSYS, A level, AS level, Advanced Senior Certificate or equivalent
5 GNVQ/ GSVQ Advanced, SVQ Level 3, ONC, OND, SCOTVEC National Diploma, City and Guilds Advanced Craft, RSA Advanced Diploma or equivalent
6 HNC, HND, SVQ Level 4, RSA Higher Diploma or equivalent
7 First Degree, Higher Degree, SVQ Level 5 or equivalent
8 Professional qualifications e.g. teaching, accountancy
9 Other school examinations not already mentioned
10 Other post-school but pre Higher education examinations not already mentioned
11 Other Higher education qualifications not already mentioned
12 No qualifications

CARD Q2

Scottish
English
Welsh
Irish
British
Other

CARD Q3

Choose ONE section from A to E, then choose ONE option which best describes your ethnic group or background.

A White
Scottish
English
Welsh
Northern Irish
British
Irish Gypsy/Traveller
Polish
Any other white ethnic group (please say what)

B Mixed or multiple ethnic groups
Any mixed or multiple ethnic groups (please say what)

C Asian, Asian Scottish or Asian British
Pakistani,
Pakistani Scottish or Pakistani British Indian,
Indian Scottish or Indian British Bangladeshi,
Bangladeshi Scottish or Bangladeshi British Chinese,
Chinese Scottish or Chinese British
Other (please say what)

D African, Caribbean or Black
African,
African Scottish or African British Caribbean,
Caribbean Scottish or Caribbean British Black,
Black Scottish or Black British
Other, (please say what)

E Other ethnic group
Arab
Other, (please say what)

CARD Q4

1 Self-employed, with a business with 25 or more employees
2 Self-employed, with a business with fewer than 25 employees
3 Self-employed, in a business with no employees
4 A manager of 25 or more staff
5 A manager of fewer than 25 staff
6 Foreman or supervisor
7 An employee, not a manager

CARD Q5

1 High Blood Pressure
2 Angina
3 Heart Attack
4 Stroke
5 Other Heart Trouble
6 Diabetes

CARD S1

A great deal
Quite a lot
A little
None at all

CARD S2

Very healthy
Fairly healthy

Fairly unhealthy
Very unhealthy

CARD S3

I already lead a healthy life
I don't want to make any changes to my life
It's just too difficult for me to do anything to make my life healthier

CARD S4

1 Cut down smoking
2 Stop smoking
3 Cut down the amount of alcohol I drink
4 Stop drinking alcohol
5 Be more physically active
6 Control weight
7 Eat more healthily
8 Reduce the amount of stress in my life

CARD S5

They already lead a healthy life / lives
I don't want to make any changes to their life / lives
It's just too difficult for me to do anything to make their life / lives healthier

CARD S6

1 Cut down or stop my smoking
2 Discourage them from smoking
3 Help them to develop a sensible attitude to drinking
4 Help them be more physically active
5 Watch their weight
6 Help them to eat more healthily
7 Make sure they get a lot of praise and encouragement
8 None of these
9 Other (Please say what)

CARD S7

1 Cut down smoking
2 Stop smoking
3 Cut down the amount of alcohol I drink
4 Stop drinking alcohol
5 Be more physically active
6 Control weight
7 Eat more healthily
8 Reduce the amount of stress in my life

CARD S8

Strongly agree
Tend to agree

Tend to disagree
Strongly disagree

CARD S9

(no option 1)

2 Media such as radio, television or newspapers
3 Books/Magazines
4 GPs or other health professionals
5 Friends or family
6 Leaflets/Booklets
7 The internet
8 Telephone advice lines
9 DVDs
10 Education or training at work
11 None of these
12 Other

CARD S10

1 To feel better / fitter
2 To lose weight
3 To improve my general appearance
4 To improve my overall health
5 To help reduce the risk of a particular illness or disease
6 To save money
7 To make meals more tasty and enjoyable
8 Suggested by doctor / health professional
9 None of these
10 Other (please say what)

CARD S11

Very healthy
Fairly healthy

Fairly unhealthy
Very unhealthy

CARD S12

1 Family discouraging or unsupportive
2 Friends discouraging or unsupportive
3 People at work discouraging or unsupportive
4 Not knowing what changes to make
5 Not knowing how to cook more healthy foods
6 Lack of choice of healthy foods in canteens and restaurants
7 Lack of choice of healthy foods in places where you do your main shop
8 Healthy foods are too expensive
9 Healthy foods take too long to prepare
10 Healthy foods too boring
11 Lack of willpower
12 Don't like the taste / don't enjoy healthy foods
13 None of these - nothing prevents me from eating more healthily
14 Other (Please say what)

CARD S13

Strongly agree
Tend to agree

Tend to disagree
Strongly disagree

CARD S14

1 To reduce stress
2 To feel better generally
3 To lose weight
4 To prevent disease or ill health
5 To feel healthier and fitter
6 To look better / improve shape
7 To enjoy myself
8 Advised to do so
9 Other (Please say what)

CARD S15

1 Lack of time due to other commitments
2 Prefer to do other things
3 Ill health, injury or disability
4 I feel too fat / overweight
5 I do not enjoy exercise
6 Lack of suitable local facilities
7 I am too old
8 Lack of money
9 Lack of transport
10 I have nobody to go with
11 Traffic, road safety or the environment puts me off
12 The weather puts me off
13 I don't have the skills or confidence to do it
14 None of these - nothing prevents me from being more active
15 Other (Please say what)

CARD S16

(there are no options 10,11)
1 Heart disease
2 Some cancers
3 Diabetes
4 High blood pressure
5 Overweight and obesity
6 Mental health problems
7 Brittle bones (osteoporosis)
8 Injuries and accidents
9 Stomach ulcer
12 Other (Please say what)

CARD S17

B Underweight
L About right
J Overweight

H Very overweight

CARD S18

(there are no options 10,11)
1 Heart disease
2 Some cancers
3 Diabetes
4 High blood pressure
5 Stroke
6 Gallbladder disease
7 Arthritis (pain / swelling in the joints)
8 Gout
9 Stomach ulcer
12 Other (Please say what)

CARD S19

0-1 days
1-2 days
2-3 days
3-4 days
4-5 days
5-6 days
6-7 days

CARD S20

Q A very light or occasional drinker
T A light but regular drinker
K A moderate drinker
O Quite a heavy drinker
G A very heavy drinker

CARD S21

1. Skin cancer
2. Bowel cancer
3. Breast cancer
4. Cervical cancer
5. Other (Please say which kind)

CARD S22

1. Vaccination
2. Screening (a smear test)
3. Taking more exercise
4. Losing weight
5. Other (Please say what)