Health Status and Lifestyle

Department/Agency

Department of Health

Key information

Perceived health status, chronic illness or condition by age, education level and medical cover, cases of tuberculosis, infectious diseases, sexually transmitted infection and HIV, cases and deaths from AIDS, incidence of cancer, perinatal health statistics (antenatal care, method of delivery, etc), breastfeeding, home and leisure accidents, causes of injury, road traffic accidents, occupational accidents, hospitalisation due to accidents, poisoning and violence by cause, food and nutrition, smoking, alcohol consumption, treated drug misuse.

Source

CSO Survey on Income and Living Conditions (SILC), Health Protection Surveillance Centre, Virus Reference Laboratory, National Cancer Registry, National Neonatal Screening Laboratory, National Perinatal Reporting System, Road Collision Facts Ireland, National Roads Authority, CSO Quarterly National Household Surveys, Health and Safety Authority, Hospital In-Patient Enquiry (HIPE), National Drug Treatment Reporting System, Health Research Board.

Scope

All persons.

Frequency

Every 3 years

Reference period

Calendar year, or survey date where applicable

Start date

Varying start dates, check Health Statistics Report 1999 for earliest data

Timeliness

From 1 to 4 years after the reference period

Classifications

  • Medical cover
    Medical card only; Private health insurance only; Both; Neither.
  • Tuberculosis type
    Pulmonary; Pulmonary & extra-pulmonary; Extra-pulmonary; Primary.
  • Sexually transmitted infection
    Ano-genital warts; Candidiasis; Chancroid; Chlamydia trachomatis; Genital Herpes simplex; Gonorrhoea; Granuloma inguinale; Infectious hepatitis B1; Lymphogranuloma venereum; Molluscum contagiosum; Non-specific urethritis; Pediculosis pubis; Syphilis; Trichomoniasis.
  • HIV exposure category
    Intravenous drug users; Mother to child transmission; Homosexuals/bisexuals; Haemophiliacs; Haemophiliac contacts; Hospital staff, occupational, needlestick; Transfusion recipient; Blood donors; Organ donors; Visa requests; Insurance; Prisoners; Heterosexuals/risk unspecified.
  • Cancer site
    Non-melanoma skin; Colorectal; Breast; Lung; Prostate; Carcinoma of skin; Cervix; Melanoma of skin; Lymphoma; Stomach; Bladder; Pancreas; Leukaemia; Ovary; Oesophagus; Kidney; Brain; Womb.
  • Metabolic errors
    Phenylketonuria; Homocystinuria; Maple syrup urine disease; Galactosaemia; Hypothyroidism.
  • Infectious disease
    Acute encephalitis; Acute viral meningitis; Bacillary dysentry; Bacterial meningitis (including meningococcal septicaemia); Brucellosis; Cholera; Creutzfeldt Jakob disease; nv Creutzfeldt Jakob disease; Food poisoning; Gastro-enteritis; Infectious mononucleosis; Infectious parotitis (mumps); Influenzal pneumonia; Legionnaire's disease; Leptospirosis; Malaria; Measles; Ornithosis; Rubella; Salmonellosis; Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS); Tetanus; Typhoid and paratyphoid; Viral hepatitis type A; Viral hepatitis type B; Viral hepatitis unspecified; Whooping cough; Yellow fever.
  • Product groups causing injury
    Sports equipment; House building elements; Outdoor environment structures; Footwear; Household furniture; Food, hot liquids; Kitchen utensils, electric household; Vehicles; Animals and animal accessories; Do-it-yourself equipment; Floor coverings; Particles; Games and toys; Garden equipment; Fair/playground; Heating equipment; Bathroom equipment; Containers and wrappings; Medicines; Building materials; Laundry equipment; Unknown.
  • Causes of accidents, poisoning and violence
    Accidental falls; Motor vehicle traffic accidents; Self-inflicted injury; Injury purposely inflicted by other persons; Drugs, medicinal and biological substances causing adverse effects in therapeutic use; Other road vehicle accidents; Accidental poisoning by drugs, medicinal substances and biologicals; Accidents caused by submersion, suffocation and foreign bodies; Accidental poisoning by other solid & liquid substances, gases and vapour; Accidents due to natural and environmental factors; Accidents caused by fire and flames; Motor vehicle non-traffic accidents; Late effect of accidental injury; Water transport accidents; Air and space transport accidents; Railway accidents; Other accidents.
  • Birth method of delivery
    Spontaneous; Caesarean; Forceps.
  • Education level
    Primary or below; Secondary; Post-secondary non-tertiary; Third level.
  • Drug treatment service
    Outpatients; Residential; Low threshold; General practitioner; Treatment in prison.
  • Drug type
    Opiates; Cannabis; Ecstasy; Benzodiazepines; Cocaine; Amphetamines; Volatile inhalants.

Theme

People and Society - Health

Page Created

2007-12-01

Page Modified

2015-07-30

Keywords

accidental accidents acute adverse aids alcohol amphetamines ano-genital anogenital antenatal babies bacillary bacterial benzodiazepines biologicals birth birth-weight births bisexuals bladder blood brain breast breast-feeding breastfeeding brucellosis caesarean cancer candidiasis cannabis carcinoma care cervix chancroid child children chlamydia cholera chronic cigarettes cocaine collision collisions colorectal consumption contagiosum cough creutzfeldt delivery disease diseases donors drug drugs dysentry ecstasy ehlass encephalitis errors extra-pulmonary falls fever forceps galactosaemia gastro-enteritis genital gonorrhoea granuloma haemophiliac haemophiliacs health hepatitis herpes heterosexuals hipe hiv homocystinuria homosexuals hospital hospitalisation hospitalization hospitals hypothyroidism illness in-patient in-patients infection infectious influenza influenzal inguinale inhalants injuries injury inpatient inpatients intravenous jakob kidney kidneys laboratory legionnaire legionnaire's legionnaires leptospirosis leukaemia lung lymphogranuloma lymphoma malaria maple measles medical medicinal melanoma meningitis meningococcal metabolic misuse molluscum mononucleosis mumps needles needlestick neonatal non-melanoma nutrition nv oesophagus opiates organ ornithosis out-patient out-patients outpatients ovaries ovary pancreas paratyphoid parotitis pediculosis perinatal phenylketonuria pneumonia poisoning prisoners prostate pubis pulmonary registry respiratory rubella safety salmonellosis sars screening self-inflicted septicaemia severe sexually simplex skin smoking stomach submersion substances suffocation syndrome syphilis syrup tetanus therapeutic trachomatis transfusion trichomoniasis tuberculosis typhoid urethritis urine users venereum violence viral virus volatile warts whooping womb yellow