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The monitoring of the life style and health of the population is conducted in order to provide a basis for the priority and aims of preventive efforts. It is important to collect data on the 16 – 20 year olds since these years are characterised by great changes which affects their life style.
The aim of the study is to obtain information on the life style and daily life of the youth; including physical activity, diet, well-being, family circumstances and the use of alcohol, tobacco and drugs.
The MULD-studies is a number of annual or biannual stand-alone cross-sectional studies. It is a questionnaire survey and the respondents are a random sample of 16 – 20 year olds who are representative of their age group in terms of sex and age. The MULD-studies are carried out in cooperation between The Danish National Board of Health and The Danish Cancer Society.
This study is based on data from the 2006 survey.
The published reports can be found on The Danish Cancer Society’s website: http://www.cancer.dk/MULD
Kind of data: Survey data
Time dimension: Cross-sectional (one time) study - partial replication,
Sampling procedure: Stratified random sample
Action to minimize loos: NA
Mode of collection: Mail survey
Test type: Structured questionnaire
Number of questions: 192
Data Collector: NA
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