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Health Survey Trier-Saarburg (2000 and 2005)

Version
1.0.0
Resource Type
Dataset
Creator
  • Jacob, Rüdiger (Universität Trier)
  • Kopp, Johannes (Universität Trier)
  • Michels, Harald (Gesundheitsamt Trier)
Publication Date
2019-08-12
Contributor
  • University of Trier (Data Collector)
Language
German
Classification
  • ZA:
    • Medicine
  • CESSDA Topic Classification:
    • Health care and medical treatment
    • Specific diseases and medical conditions
Description
  • Abstract

    Attitudes and behaviour towards health and illness. Disease prevention and health care. 1. Health Survey 2000 Topics: Satisfaction with the health care system, with one´s own health and with the medical care provided by doctors; method of treatment not carried out due to savings in the health care system; expected health impairments due to these savings; contact person for a mild cold; family doctor; opinion obtained from several doctors; location of the medical practice; frequency of doctors´ behaviour (take too little time, express themselves incomprehensibly, long waiting times); reasons against visiting a doctor; agreement with various statements about serious illnesses; importance of cancer screening examinations; participation in cancer screening examinations; reasons against participating in cancer screening examinations; willingness to visit a doctor because of high blood pressure; own mobility and possible activities; specific illnesses or diseases; or Symptoms; currently in outpatient treatment; outpatient treatment due to selected diseases; inpatient treatment in hospital within the last 12 months; treating hospital; reason for inpatient treatment (disease); satisfaction with medical care in hospital; frequency of stress; herniated disc; influenza in the last 12 months; diarrhoea due to salmonella; depression; Asthma, neurodermatitis, allergy; allergens; pain; frequency of taking various drugs in the last year; vaccination status; information from vaccination card; vaccinations still necessary today; assessment of vaccination protection as complete; reasons for incomplete vaccination protection; request for vaccination reminder by post; information behaviour with regard to vaccination recommendations before a trip; children under 18 years; vaccination of children; vaccination status of children; frequency of visits to dentists; frequency of toothbrush changes; frequency of consumption of various foods and beverages; low-fat foods and use of iodized salt in diet; attention to ingredients, date of minimum durability and country of origin of food; alcohol consumption; type and amount of alcohol consumed; places where smoking occurs in the immediate vicinity; Smoking status; average cigarette consumption; cigarette buying mainly in Germany or Luxembourg; age at start of smoking; sport; time spent on sport; reasons for sport; length of sleep per night; assessment of personal risk of cancer; cancer patients in the family; knowledge of transmission routes for severe infectious diseases; already visited other than physicians for a disease (e.g. homeopaths, non-medical practitioners, etc.); satisfaction with the success of the treatment; previously visited a specialist or family doctor for the same reason; health insurance; exemption from co-payment for medication. Demography: sex; age (year of birth); marital status; cohabitation with a partner; household size; highest general school leaving certificate; respondent is main earner; occupation; seated occupational activity; lifting of heavy objects; occupational position of respondent and main earner; denomination; church affiliation; body weight in kg; body height in cm. Additionally coded: respondent ID. 2. Health Survey 2005 Topics: satisfaction with the health care system; satisfaction with medical care provided by doctors; method of treatment not performed due to savings in the health care system; opinion obtained from several doctors; location of the most frequently visited practice; frequency of doctors´ behaviour (take too little time, express themselves incomprehensibly, long waiting times); reasons against visiting a doctor; importance of cancer screening examinations; participation in cancer screening examinations; reasons against participating in cancer screening examinations; knowledge test: from what value high blood pressure; perceived stress (time pressure, excessive demands, disputes, pressure to perform, fear of failure); specific illnesses and/or symptoms; currently in outpatient treatment; outpatient treatment due to selected diseases; hospitalization within the last 12 months; hospital treatment; reasons for choice of hospital; influenza; depression; allergy; allergens; frequency of taking various medications in the last year; medications prescribed by doctor; vaccination status; time of last vaccination; assessment of vaccination protection as complete; reasons for incomplete vaccination protection; request for reminder of vaccination by post; frequency of visits to dentist; assessment of general and personal risk of cancer; cancer patients in the family or among acquaintances; frequency of consumption of various foods and beverages; use of iodised salt in diet; alcohol consumption; type and amount of alcohol consumed; places where smoking takes place in the immediate vicinity; smoker status; average cigarette consumption; cigarette purchase mainly in Germany or Luxembourg; age at the start of smoking; sport; number of sports practised; time spent on sport; sports; already visited other than by doctors due to an illness (e.g. homeopaths, alternative practitioners, etc.); satisfaction with the success of the treatment; health insurance; additional payment for medication; certificate of chronic illness; private supplementary insurance; personal payment of benefits; change in behaviour since introduction of the practice fee; only to the family doctor or only in urgent cases to the doctor; knowledge of the pharmacy hotline through newspaper, Internet, flyer, etc.); evaluation of the pharmacy hotline; problems using the pharmacy hotline. Demography: sex; age (year of birth); marital status; cohabitation with a partner; household size; occupational status; highest general school leaving certificate; respondent is main wage earner; highest general school leaving certificate of the main wage earner; seated occupational activity; denomination; church affiliation; body weight in kg; body height in cm. Additionally coded: ID; Trier City.
Temporal Coverage
  • 2000 / 2005
Geographic Coverage
  • Trier (DE-RP-TRI)
    City of Trier, administrative district of Trier-Saarburg
Data and File Information
  • Number of Variables: 347
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Alternative Identifiers
  • ZA5528 (Type: ZA-No.)

Update Metadata: 2019-10-14 | Issue Number: 4 | Registration Date: 2019-08-12

Jacob, Rüdiger; Kopp, Johannes; Michels, Harald (2019): Gesundheitssurvey Trier-Saarburg (2000 und 2005). Version: 1.0.0. GESIS Datenarchiv. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.4232/1.13337