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Megaold: Baseline and 2.5 year follow up surveys, of people aged 65+ and 85+ in East London and Essex with flagged deaths recorded

Megaold: Baseline and 2.5 year follow up surveys, of people aged 65+ and 85+ in East London and Essex with flagged deaths recorded
Megaold: Baseline and 2.5 year follow up surveys, of people aged 65+ and 85+ in East London and Essex with flagged deaths recorded
Face-to-face interview survey data from a baseline sample of 1360 people aged 65+ and 85+ living at home in East London and Essex from 1987, about their physical and mental health, well-being, social networks, support and needs, using established measurement scales. They were also followed up and re-interviewed face-to-face 2.5-3 years post baseline interview; and all responders' deaths were flagged (the non responders and untraced (usually ghost patients as the sample was taken from family practitioner authority lists) are assigned missing in the dataset). It was funded by health authorities and the Joseph Rowntree Trust.
old age, life satisfaction, social support, physical mobility, psychological well-being, causes of death, mortality
UK Data Archive
Bowling, Ann
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Bowling, Ann
796ca209-687f-4079-8a40-572076251936

Bowling, Ann (2016) Megaold: Baseline and 2.5 year follow up surveys, of people aged 65+ and 85+ in East London and Essex with flagged deaths recorded. UK Data Archive doi:10.5255/UKDA-SN-852183 [Dataset]

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Abstract

Face-to-face interview survey data from a baseline sample of 1360 people aged 65+ and 85+ living at home in East London and Essex from 1987, about their physical and mental health, well-being, social networks, support and needs, using established measurement scales. They were also followed up and re-interviewed face-to-face 2.5-3 years post baseline interview; and all responders' deaths were flagged (the non responders and untraced (usually ghost patients as the sample was taken from family practitioner authority lists) are assigned missing in the dataset). It was funded by health authorities and the Joseph Rowntree Trust.

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Published date: 2016
Keywords: old age, life satisfaction, social support, physical mobility, psychological well-being, causes of death, mortality

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Local EPrints ID: 434227
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/434227
PURE UUID: 5a7f01e6-a05c-4151-b118-183d645f9a0b

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Date deposited: 17 Sep 2019 16:30
Last modified: 17 Sep 2019 16:30

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