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University of Gothenburg

'H85' is one of the longitudinal studies from Gothenburg where representative populations of older people has been followed over a long period. (Information about the studies H70, 95+ and Kvinnoundersökningen KVUS can be...

  • Ingmar Skoog, University of Gothenburg, Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology
Published: 2015-04-22

Region Skåne

BIG3 is a Scanian research project in which the name BIG3 is aiming at three major diseases: chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), cardiovascular diseases and lung cancer. The overall goal of BIG3 is to understan...

  • Ulf Malmqvist, Region Skåne
Published: 2014-10-27

Stockholm University

The Stockholm Birth Cohort Study (SBC) was created in 2004/2005 by a probability matching of two anonymized longitudinal datasets; The Stockholm Metropolitan study and The Swedish Work and Mortality Database (WMD). The f...

  • Ylva B. Almquist, Stockholm University, Centre for Health Equity Studies
Published: 2014-09-08

Region Skåne

Region Skåne regularly carries out public health surveys to examine the health and living conditions of living and living conditions. Previous surveys have been carried out in 2008, 2004 and 2000. In 2012, a sample was ...

  • Mathias Grahn, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Maria Rosvall, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Birgit Modén, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
Published: 2014-01-20

Region Skåne

A sample was drawn from the population registry among persons aged 18-18 years and living in Region Scania in 30th June 2004. The sample was stratified after geographic areas where each municipality stated a selection gr...

  • Mathias Grahn, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Juan Merlo, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Anna Friberg, Region Skåne, Centrum för folkhälsa och miljö
  • Maria Rosvall, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
Published: 2013-09-06

Region Skåne

A sample was drawn from the population registry among persons aged 18-18 years and living in Region Scania in 30th June 2004. The sample was stratified after geographic areas where each municipality stated a selection gr...

  • Maria Rosvall, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Per-Olof Östergren, University hospital MAS, Region Skane, Social medicine unit
  • Farhad Ali Khan, University hospital MAS, Region Skane, Social medicine unit
  • Mathias Nilsson, University hospital MAS, Region Skane, Social medicine unit
Published: 2013-09-06

Region Skåne

A random sample was chosen from the population registry among persons aged 18-80 year living in Scania the 4th of November in 1999. The sample was stratified in 60 geographic areas. In total 13715 persons answered the q...

  • Juan Merlo, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Maria Rosvall, Region Scania, Samhällsanalys
  • Per-Olof Östergren, University hospital MAS, Region Skane, Social medicine unit
  • Bertil S Hansson, University hospital MAS, Region Skane, Social medicine unit
  • Martin Lindström, University hospital MAS, Region Skane, Social medicine unit
  • Ulf Håkansson, University Hospital MAS, Region Skane, Department of Social Medicine
Published: 2013-09-06

University of Gothenburg

H70 is one of the longitudinal population studies from Gothenburg where representative study samples of older people have been followed over a long period of time (metadata related to the H85, 95+ and Prospective Populat...

  • Ingmar Skoog, University of Gothenburg, Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology
Published: 2013-05-07

Stockholm University

The first level of living survey started within the framework of a governmental commission set up to study the prevalence and problems of low incomes. Their task was broadly defined, so beside a range of studies on incom...

  • Sten Johansson, Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research
  • Robert Erikson, Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research
  • Jan O. Jonsson, Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research
  • Michael Tåhlin, Stockholm University, Swedish Institute for Social Research
Published: 1999