The Mini-Finland Health Survey was designed to obtain a comprehensive picture of health and of the need for care in Finnish adults, and to develop methods for monitoring health in the population as a whole.
Out of a nationally representative sample of 8000 people aged 10 or over, 7217 (90%) were both interviewed at home by local public health nurses using simple open-ended questions and, independently of this interview, subsequently examined in a two-phase health examination.
Mots-clés Pascal : Epidémiologie, Validation test, Psychométrie, Prévalence, Entretien non directif, Morbidité, Fidélité test, Accord interjuge, Exploration, Homme, Surveillance sanitaire, Enquête, Finlande, Europe, Méthode étude
Mots-clés Pascal anglais : Epidemiology, Test validation, Psychometrics, Prevalence, Non directive interview, Morbidity, Test reliability, Interrater agreement, Exploration, Human, Sanitary surveillance, Inquiry, Finland, Europe, Investigation method
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