Health on equal terms Sweden
Questionnaire Overview sections first level Overview sections second level Linking to the ICF Items on disability? Capacity & Performance specified? Time frame (only disability questions) Response options (only disability questions) Any known instrument included? Filter (for the whole section) Checked (x) Relevant Comment
(e. g. household, individual, etc)     Only chapter level None Capacity   Frequency SF-36     0=no  
      1 to 5 Performance   Intensity WHODAS     1=yes  
        5 to 10 Both   Statement WG-6        
        10 to 20 Not clearly stated   Others Others (please specify)        
        More than 20     Yes/No None        
  A Health   gh, HC, d, b1, b2, b5, b6, b7, b8, d1, d2, d4, e3, e5 More than 20 Performance; not clearly stated past few weeks (for some of the items) Statement;
None   x 1 Broad section including health conditions, disability, use of health services.
Different response options for disability questions are used:
*e.g. Yes, with a hearing aid; Yes, without a hearing aid; No
*More than usual; As usual; Worse than Usual; Much less than usual (A&P)
*No; Mild discomfort; Yes, great discomfort (BF)
  B Living habits   d5         None   x 0 Food intake, physical activities
  C Tobacco products including snuff   d5         None   x 0  
  D Gambling habits   nc, b1         None   x 0  
  E Alcohol habits   d5         None   x 0  
  F Economic circumstances   e1         None   x 0  
  G Work and occupation   d8, d6         None   x 0  
  H Security and social relations   nc, e3, pf, d9         None   x 0 (Physical) violence, social support, trust in social institutions/politicians, participation
  I Background   pf         None   x 0  
General impressions
The Swedish Health on equal terms-survey focuses on health, disability and risk factors. The disability questions mainly focuses on BFs. There are different response options and time frames used in the disability questions. The wording of the disability questions and the conceptualisation of the response options are different compared to other disability surveys.