MM. Measurement

MM. Measurement Module of ELSA 2016

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If IAGEOF >= 60 »
 
   
 
MFIRST

INTERVIEWER: This is the Measurements Questionnaire for... (Name) Press <1> and to continue.

INTERVIEWER: THIS IS THE MEASUREMENTS QUESTIONNAIRE FOR... (NAME) PRESS <1> AND TO CONTINUE.
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MINTDAT

INTERVIEWER: Today's date is displayed below. Please amend it if it's not correct. (Don't Know and Refusal are not allowed)

INTERVIEWER: TODAY'S DATE IS DISPLAYED BELOW. PLEASE AMEND IT IF IT'S NOT CORRECT. (DON'T KNOW AND REFUSAL ARE NOT ALLOWED)
   
 
MMSCHS

INTERVIEWER: Record respondent status.

INTERVIEWER: RECORD RESPONDENT STATUS.
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If INTERVIEWER: Record respondent status. != 1 Observed walking without help of another person or using support  »
 
     
   
MMALONE

I would like to test whether you can walk a very short distance comfortably. (Can I just check,) are you able to walk alone without holding on to another person (using a walking stick or other aid if necessary)?

I WOULD LIKE TO TEST WHETHER YOU CAN WALK A VERY SHORT DISTANCE COMFORTABLY. (CAN I JUST CHECK,) ARE YOU ABLE TO WALK ALONE WITHOUT HOLDING ON TO ANOTHER PERSON (USING A WALKING STICK OR OTHER AID IF NECESSARY)?
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If INTERVIEWER: Record respondent status. = 1 Observed walking without help of another person or using support or I would like to test whether you can walk a very short distance comfortably. (Can I just check,) are you able to walk alone without holding on to another person (using a walking stick or other aid if necessary)? = 1 Yes 2 Yes but aid unavailable 3 No  »
 
     
   
MMHSS

(BLANK / I would now like to test whether you can walk a very short distance comfortably (using a walking stick or other aid if necessary).) First, I would like to ask a few questions to check it is safe to carry out the test. Do you have any problems from recent surgery, injury, or other health conditions that might prevent you from walking?

(BLANK / I WOULD NOW LIKE TO TEST WHETHER YOU CAN WALK A VERY SHORT DISTANCE COMFORTABLY (USING A WALKING STICK OR OTHER AID IF NECESSARY).) FIRST, I WOULD LIKE TO ASK A FEW QUESTIONS TO CHECK IT IS SAFE TO CARRY OUT THE TEST. DO YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS FROM RECENT SURGERY, INJURY, OR OTHER HEALTH CONDITIONS THAT MIGHT PREVENT YOU FROM WALKING?
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If (BLANK / I would now like to test whether you can walk a very short distance comfortably (using a walking stick or other aid if necessary).) First, I would like to ask a few questions to check it is safe to carry out the test. Do you have any problems from recent surgery, injury, or other health conditions that might prevent you from walking? = 1 No apparent restriction 2 Yes, Recent surgery 3 Yes, Injury 4 Yes, Other health condition  »
 
       
     
MMWILL

Are you willing to do the walking test?

ARE YOU WILLING TO DO THE WALKING TEST?
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If Are you willing to do the walking test? = 1 Yes 2 No  »
 
         
       
MMSAF

INTERVIEWER: Do you feel that it is safe to continue with the walking test?

INTERVIEWER: DO YOU FEEL THAT IT IS SAFE TO CONTINUE WITH THE WALKING TEST?
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If (BLANK / I would now like to test whether you can walk a very short distance comfortably (using a walking stick or other aid if necessary).) First, I would like to ask a few questions to check it is safe to carry out the test. Do you have any problems from recent surgery, injury, or other health conditions that might prevent you from walking? = 2 or (BLANK / I would now like to test whether you can walk a very short distance comfortably (using a walking stick or other aid if necessary).) First, I would like to ask a few questions to check it is safe to carry out the test. Do you have any problems from recent surgery, injury, or other health conditions that might prevent you from walking? = 3 or (BLANK / I would now like to test whether you can walk a very short distance comfortably (using a walking stick or other aid if necessary).) First, I would like to ask a few questions to check it is safe to carry out the test. Do you have any problems from recent surgery, injury, or other health conditions that might prevent you from walking? = 4 »
 
     
   
MMSTOP

INTERVIEWER: Stop test, for example saying: 'It would be safest to skip this test and move on to the next set of questions'. Press <1> and to continue.

INTERVIEWER: STOP TEST, FOR EXAMPLE SAYING: 'IT WOULD BE SAFEST TO SKIP THIS TEST AND MOVE ON TO THE NEXT SET OF QUESTIONS'. PRESS <1> AND TO CONTINUE.
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If Are you willing to do the walking test? = 1 Yes 2 No and INTERVIEWER: Do you feel that it is safe to continue with the walking test? = 1 Yes 2 No  »
 
     
   
MMAVSP

INTERVIEWER: Check availability of suitable space.

INTERVIEWER: CHECK AVAILABILITY OF SUITABLE SPACE.
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If INTERVIEWER: Check availability of suitable space. = 1 Suitable space available 2 No suitable space  »
 
       
     
MMWALA

This is our walking course. I want you to walk to the other end of the course at your usual walking pace, just as if you were walking down the street to go to the shops. Walk all the way past the other end of the tape before you stop. INTERVIEWER: Demonstrate the walk for the respondent. (I will walk with you.) Do you feel this would be safe?

THIS IS OUR WALKING COURSE. I WANT YOU TO WALK TO THE OTHER END OF THE COURSE AT YOUR USUAL WALKING PACE, JUST AS IF YOU WERE WALKING DOWN THE STREET TO GO TO THE SHOPS. WALK ALL THE WAY PAST THE OTHER END OF THE TAPE BEFORE YOU STOP. INTERVIEWER: DEMONSTRATE THE WALK FOR THE RESPONDENT. (I WILL WALK WITH YOU.) DO YOU FEEL THIS WOULD BE SAFE?
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If This is our walking course. I want you to walk to the other end of the course at your usual walking pace, just as if you were walking down the street to go to the shops. Walk all the way past the other end of the tape before you stop. INTERVIEWER: Demonstrate the walk for the respondent. (I will walk with you.) Do you feel this would be safe? = 1 Yes 2 No  »
 
         
       
MMSTRT

When I want you to start, I will say: 'Ready, begin!' INTERVIEWER: Ask the respondent to stand with both feet together at the start of the walking course. When the respondent is properly positioned at the start of the walking course, say: 'Ready, begin!' Press the start / stop button to start the stopwatch as the respondent's foot hits the floor across the starting line. If possible walk behind and to the side of the respondent. Stop timing when the respondent's foot hits the floor after the end of the walking course. Enter 1 to continue.

WHEN I WANT YOU TO START, I WILL SAY: 'READY, BEGIN!' INTERVIEWER: ASK THE RESPONDENT TO STAND WITH BOTH FEET TOGETHER AT THE START OF THE WALKING COURSE. WHEN THE RESPONDENT IS PROPERLY POSITIONED AT THE START OF THE WALKING COURSE, SAY: 'READY, BEGIN!' PRESS THE START / STOP BUTTON TO START THE STOPWATCH AS THE RESPONDENT'S FOOT HITS THE FLOOR ACROSS THE STARTING LINE. IF POSSIBLE WALK BEHIND AND TO THE SIDE OF THE RESPONDENT. STOP TIMING WHEN THE RESPONDENT'S FOOT HITS THE FLOOR AFTER THE END OF THE WALKING COURSE. ENTER 1 TO CONTINUE.
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MMTRYA

INTERVIEWER: Record results of first trial. Enter time at next question.

INTERVIEWER: RECORD RESULTS OF FIRST TRIAL. ENTER TIME AT NEXT QUESTION.
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If INTERVIEWER: Record results of first trial. Enter time at next question. = 1 Completed successfully 2 Attempted but unable to complete 3 Stopped by the interviewer because of safety reasons 4 Respondent refused  »
 
           
         
MMWLKA

INTERVIEWER: Record time in seconds to two decimal places.

INTERVIEWER: RECORD TIME IN SECONDS TO TWO DECIMAL PLACES.
           
         
MMWALB

Now I want you to repeat the walk. Remember to walk at your usual pace, and go all the way past the other end of the course. Press <1> and to continue.

NOW I WANT YOU TO REPEAT THE WALK. REMEMBER TO WALK AT YOUR USUAL PACE, AND GO ALL THE WAY PAST THE OTHER END OF THE COURSE. PRESS <1> AND TO CONTINUE.
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MMTRYB

INTERVIEWER: Record result of second trial. Enter time at next question.

INTERVIEWER: RECORD RESULT OF SECOND TRIAL. ENTER TIME AT NEXT QUESTION.
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If INTERVIEWER: Record result of second trial. Enter time at next question. = 1 Completed successfully 2 Attempted but unable to complete 3 Stopped by the interviewer because of safety reasons 4 Respondent refused  »
 
             
           
MMWLKB

INTERVIEWER: Record time in seconds to two decimal places.

INTERVIEWER: RECORD TIME IN SECONDS TO TWO DECIMAL PLACES.
             
 
If INTERVIEWER: Record results of first trial. Enter time at next question. = 1 Completed successfully 2 Attempted but unable to complete 3 Stopped by the interviewer because of safety reasons 4 Respondent refused or INTERVIEWER: Record result of second trial. Enter time at next question. = 1 Completed successfully 2 Attempted but unable to complete 3 Stopped by the interviewer because of safety reasons 4 Respondent refused  »
 
     
   
MMPAIN

INTERVIEWER: Code if respondent has commented on pain, OTHERWISE ASK: 'Did you have pain while you were performing the walking test?'

INTERVIEWER: CODE IF RESPONDENT HAS COMMENTED ON PAIN, OTHERWISE ASK: 'DID YOU HAVE PAIN WHILE YOU WERE PERFORMING THE WALKING TEST?'
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MMRECR

INTERVIEWER: Record type of floor surface.

INTERVIEWER: RECORD TYPE OF FLOOR SURFACE.
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If INTERVIEWER: Record type of floor surface. = 5 »
 
       
     
MMRECRO

INTERVIEWER: Enter other type of floor surface.

INTERVIEWER: ENTER OTHER TYPE OF FLOOR SURFACE.
       
   
MMAID

INTERVIEWER: Record type of aid used.

INTERVIEWER: RECORD TYPE OF AID USED.
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If INTERVIEWER: Record type of aid used. = 5 »
 
       
     
MMAIDO

INTERVIEWER: Enter other type of aid used.

INTERVIEWER: ENTER OTHER TYPE OF AID USED.
       
 
If INTERVIEWER: Record results of first trial. Enter time at next question. = 1 Completed successfully 2 Attempted but unable to complete 3 Stopped by the interviewer because of safety reasons 4 Respondent refused and INTERVIEWER: Record result of second trial. Enter time at next question. = 1 Completed successfully 2 Attempted but unable to complete 3 Stopped by the interviewer because of safety reasons 4 Respondent refused  »
 
     
   
MMCOM

INTERVIEWER: Provide details about why the walking test was not completed .. successfully, i.e. why it was stopped for safety reasons, refused, or not completed.

INTERVIEWER: PROVIDE DETAILS ABOUT WHY THE WALKING TEST WAS NOT COMPLETED .. SUCCESSFULLY, I.E. WHY IT WAS STOPPED FOR SAFETY REASONS, REFUSED, OR NOT COMPLETED.
     
 
MMX

INTERVIEWER: The Measurements Interview is finished.

INTERVIEWER: THE MEASUREMENTS INTERVIEW IS FINISHED.
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MTHANK

INTERVIEWER: The Measurements Interview is finished. . - to return to the Individual Qre, press . - to start another Individual Qre, press . - to update the Admin details, press >. Press <1> and to continue.

INTERVIEWER: THE MEASUREMENTS INTERVIEW IS FINISHED. . - TO RETURN TO THE INDIVIDUAL QRE, PRESS . - TO START ANOTHER INDIVIDUAL QRE, PRESS . - TO UPDATE THE ADMIN DETAILS, PRESS >. PRESS <1> AND TO CONTINUE.
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WGTINT

INTERVIEWER: Now follows the Weight Measurement module. Press <1> and to continue.

INTERVIEWER: NOW FOLLOWS THE WEIGHT MEASUREMENT MODULE. PRESS <1> AND TO CONTINUE.
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RESPWTS

INTERVIEWER: Measure weight and code. If the respondent weighs more than 130 kg (20 . stones) do not weigh. Code as weight not attempted. Include 'disguised' refusals such as 'It will take too long', 'I have to go out' etc. at code 2: Weight refused.

INTERVIEWER: MEASURE WEIGHT AND CODE. IF THE RESPONDENT WEIGHS MORE THAN 130 KG (20 . STONES) DO NOT WEIGH. CODE AS WEIGHT NOT ATTEMPTED. INCLUDE 'DISGUISED' REFUSALS SUCH AS 'IT WILL TAKE TOO LONG', 'I HAVE TO GO OUT' ETC. AT CODE 2: WEIGHT REFUSED.
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If INTERVIEWER: Measure weight and code. If the respondent weighs more than 130 kg (20 . stones) do not weigh. Code as weight not attempted. Include 'disguised' refusals such as 'It will take too long', 'I have to go out' etc. at code 2: Weight refused. = 1 Weight measured 2 Weight refused 3 Weight attempted, not obtained 4 Weight not attempted  »
 
   
 
WEIGHT

INTERVIEWER: Record weight (in kilograms). Record weight with one decimal digit, using the full stop as decimal point. (Don't know and refusal are not allowed)

INTERVIEWER: RECORD WEIGHT (IN KILOGRAMS). RECORD WEIGHT WITH ONE DECIMAL DIGIT, USING THE FULL STOP AS DECIMAL POINT. (DON'T KNOW AND REFUSAL ARE NOT ALLOWED)
   
 
FLOORC

INTERVIEWER CODE: Scales placed on?

INTERVIEWER CODE: SCALES PLACED ON?
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RELWAITB

(archive: RELBAIT) INTERVIEWER: Code one only.

(ARCHIVE: RELBAIT) INTERVIEWER: CODE ONE ONLY.
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MBOOKWT

INTERVIEWER: Enter the weight measurement on (Name of respondent)'s Measurement Record Card. Weight: (Weight - kg) kg or (Weight - stone) stones (Weight - pounds) pounds. If weight looks wrong, go back to 'Weight' and re-weigh. Press <1> and to continue.

INTERVIEWER: ENTER THE WEIGHT MEASUREMENT ON (NAME OF RESPONDENT)'S MEASUREMENT RECORD CARD. WEIGHT: (WEIGHT - KG) KG OR (WEIGHT - STONE) STONES (WEIGHT - POUNDS) POUNDS. IF WEIGHT LOOKS WRONG, GO BACK TO 'WEIGHT' AND RE-WEIGH. PRESS <1> AND TO CONTINUE.
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If INTERVIEWER: Measure weight and code. If the respondent weighs more than 130 kg (20 . stones) do not weigh. Code as weight not attempted. Include 'disguised' refusals such as 'It will take too long', 'I have to go out' etc. at code 2: Weight refused. = [2,3,4] »
 
   
 
If INTERVIEWER: Measure weight and code. If the respondent weighs more than 130 kg (20 . stones) do not weigh. Code as weight not attempted. Include 'disguised' refusals such as 'It will take too long', 'I have to go out' etc. at code 2: Weight refused. = 2 »
 
     
   
RESNWT

INTERVIEWER: Give reasons for refusal.

INTERVIEWER: GIVE REASONS FOR REFUSAL.
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ElseIf INTERVIEWER: Measure weight and code. If the respondent weighs more than 130 kg (20 . stones) do not weigh. Code as weight not attempted. Include 'disguised' refusals such as 'It will take too long', 'I have to go out' etc. at code 2: Weight refused. = [3,4] »
 
     
   
NOWTBC

INTERVIEWER: Code reason for not obtaining weight. CODE ALL THAT APPLY.

INTERVIEWER: CODE REASON FOR NOT OBTAINING WEIGHT. CODE ALL THAT APPLY.
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If INTERVIEWER: Code reason for not obtaining weight. CODE ALL THAT APPLY. = 9 Other - specify  »
 
       
     
NOWATCO

INTERVIEWER: Please specify other reason.

INTERVIEWER: PLEASE SPECIFY OTHER REASON.
       
 
EWTCH

INTERVIEWER: Ask the respondent for an estimated weight. Will it be given in kilograms or in stones and pounds? If respondent doesn't know weight use . If respondent isn't willing to give weight use .

INTERVIEWER: ASK THE RESPONDENT FOR AN ESTIMATED WEIGHT. WILL IT BE GIVEN IN KILOGRAMS OR IN STONES AND POUNDS? IF RESPONDENT DOESN'T KNOW WEIGHT USE . IF RESPONDENT ISN'T WILLING TO GIVE WEIGHT USE .
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If INTERVIEWER: Ask the respondent for an estimated weight. Will it be given in kilograms or in stones and pounds? If respondent doesn't know weight use . If respondent isn't willing to give weight use . = 1 Kilograms  »
 
     
   
EWTKG

INTERVIEWER: Please record estimated weight in kilograms.

INTERVIEWER: PLEASE RECORD ESTIMATED WEIGHT IN KILOGRAMS.
     
 
ElseIf INTERVIEWER: Ask the respondent for an estimated weight. Will it be given in kilograms or in stones and pounds? If respondent doesn't know weight use . If respondent isn't willing to give weight use . = 2 Stones and pounds  »
 
     
   
EWTST

INTERVIEWER: Please record estimated weight. Enter stones here. (Enter pounds at the next question.)

INTERVIEWER: PLEASE RECORD ESTIMATED WEIGHT. ENTER STONES HERE. (ENTER POUNDS AT THE NEXT QUESTION.)
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EWTL

INTERVIEWER: Please record estimated weight. Enter pounds here.

INTERVIEWER: PLEASE RECORD ESTIMATED WEIGHT. ENTER POUNDS HERE.

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