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dc.contributor.authorKalmijn S
dc.contributor.authorViet AL
dc.contributor.authorLokhorst WH
dc.contributor.authorTijhuis MAR
dc.contributor.authorKromhout D
dc.date.accessioned2012-12-12T22:41:03Z
dc.date.available2012-12-12T22:41:03Z
dc.date.issued2001-11-30
dc.identifier260854002
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10029/261650
dc.description.abstractThe Zutphen Elderly Study is a longitudinal epidemiological study among men born between 1900-1920, which started in 1960 as the Dutch contribution to the Seven Countries Study. The purpose of the study is to obtain insight into changes in and risk factors for physical, social, psychological and cognitive functioning and subjective health among very old men in an international context. In addition, this study provides information on risk factors, including diet, for chronic diseases. This report describes the methods of the last examination round in 2000, in which a questionnaire, a test for physical and cognitive functioning, and a food consumption questionnaire was obtained. Additionally, a short physical examination took place. In total, 235 participants who were still alive were invited, of whom 171 participated (response 73%). Non-respondents less often lived independently or with partner and they less often classified themselves as healthy.
dc.description.sponsorshipGZB
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dc.format.extent74 p
dc.format.extent2664 kb
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dc.relation.ispartofRIVM Rapport 260854002
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.rivm.nl/bibliotheek/rapporten/260854002.html
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.rivm.nl/bibliotheek/rapporten/260854002.pdf
dc.subject02nl
dc.subjectepidemiologienl
dc.subjectouderennl
dc.subjectleefstijlnl
dc.subjectfunctionerennl
dc.subjectchronische ziektennl
dc.titleZutphen Ouderen Studie 2000. Epidemiologisch onderzoek naar leefstijl, chronische ziekten, functioneren en kwaliteit van leven bij oudere mannennl
dc.title.alternativeZutphen Elderly Study 2000. Epidemiological study of lifestyle factors, chronic diseases, functioning and quality of life among elderly menen
dc.typeOnderzoeksrapport
dc.contributor.departmentCZE
dc.date.updated2012-12-12T22:41:04Z
html.description.abstractDe Zutphen Ouderen Studie is een langlopend epidemiologisch onderzoek onder mannen geboren in de periode 1900-1920, dat in 1960 is gestart als Nederlandse bijdrage aan de Zeven Landen Studie. Het heeft als doel meer inzicht te krijgen in veranderingen in en risicofactoren voor lichamelijk, sociaal, psychologisch en cognitief functioneren en ervaren gezondheid bij zeer oude mannen in een internationale context. Daarnaast geeft deze studie informatie over de status van risicofactoren en de voedselconsumptie en de relatie tussen deze factoren en het optreden van chronische ziekten. Dit rapport beschrijft de methoden van de laatste onderzoeksronde in 2000, waarin een vragenlijst, een test voor lichamelijk en cognitief functioneren, en een voedingsvragenlijst werd afgenomen. Daarnaast vond een kort lichamelijk onderzoek plaats. Er werden 235 nog in leven zijnde deelnemers benaderd, waarvan er 171 (respons 73%) hebben deelgenomen. Non-respondenten woonden minder vaak zelfstandig en met partner en ze voelden zich iets minder vaak gezond.
html.description.abstractThe Zutphen Elderly Study is a longitudinal epidemiological study among men born between 1900-1920, which started in 1960 as the Dutch contribution to the Seven Countries Study. The purpose of the study is to obtain insight into changes in and risk factors for physical, social, psychological and cognitive functioning and subjective health among very old men in an international context. In addition, this study provides information on risk factors, including diet, for chronic diseases. This report describes the methods of the last examination round in 2000, in which a questionnaire, a test for physical and cognitive functioning, and a food consumption questionnaire was obtained. Additionally, a short physical examination took place. In total, 235 participants who were still alive were invited, of whom 171 participated (response 73%). Non-respondents less often lived independently or with partner and they less often classified themselves as healthy.


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