Data from: "Two tales of cardiovascular risks - middle-aged women living in Sweden and Scotland"- a cross-sectional comparative study

Wennerholm C, Bromley C, Johansson A, Nilsson S, Frank J, Tomas F

Date Published: July 7, 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.g7n7g

 

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Title ScottlandSwededen combined dataset
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Description The two datasets, QWIN and SHeS, were examined for comparable variables and these data were merged into a new dataset entitled QwinSHeS. A group of qualified researchers from each site evaluated the questions and defined the variables eligible for valid comparisons between the two countries. The variables included in the final Swedish – Scottish merged database were: sociodemographic characteristics, anthropometrics, lifestyle, classic risk factors for CVD, and diagnoses for CVD, general health and psychosocial distress (GHQ-questionnaire 12 items).
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