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National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

2007-2008 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES)

The Questionnaires can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat reader.

Survey Questionnaires

Questionnaires are administered to NHANES participants both at home and in the trailers. The questionnaires and a brief description of each section follows.

Screener Modules

Family Questionnaire

Household and family level information is collected here. The sections are labeled to reflect content.

Sample Person Questionnaire

Individual level information on participants is collected here. The sections are labeled to reflect content. Please note that the Medical Conditions section covers many subject areas.

MEC ACASI and CAPI Questionnaires

Audio computer assisted personal self interview (ACASI) and computer assisted personal interview (CAPI) questionnaires are administered in the MEC. During the visit to the examination center additional questions are administered that cover more sensitive areas such as reproductive health and illegal drug use. The sections are labeled to reflect content.

Audio Computer Assisted Personal Self Interview (ACASI) Questionnaire

Computer Assisted Personal Interview (CAPI) Questionnaire

Special Follow-up Questionnaires

Dietary

 

 

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