Type of long-term condition (Northern Ireland and Scotland) 2011

Dataset population: Persons

Type of long-term condition

People with more than one condition are counted separately for each condition but only once in the 'All people'/'All people in households' and 'One or more conditions' categories.

  1. A communication difficulty means a difficulty with speaking or making yourself understood.
  2. A mobility or dexterity difficulty means a condition that substantially limits one or more basic physical activities such as walking, climbing stairs, lifting or carrying.
  3. An emotional, psychological or mental health condition includes conditions such as depression or schizophrenia.
  4. Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing includes conditions such as asthma.
  5. A chronic illness includes illnesses such as cancer, HIV, diabetes, heart disease or epilepsy.

A long-term condition refers to a condition which has lasted, or is expected to last, at least 12 months.

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Field Value
Last Updated September 20, 2022, 17:10 (+0100)
Created September 20, 2022, 16:48 (+0100)
Visibility Public
Year 2011
Topics Health
Units Persons
Geographic Layer Census Data Zones
Census Electoral Divisions
Census Intermediate Zones
Census Wards
Council Areas
Local Government Districts
Output Areas
Small Areas
Super Output Areas
Frequency Decennial
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.5257/census/aggregate-2011-2
Citation Office for National Statistics; National Records of Scotland; Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency; UK Data Service. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5257/census/aggregate-2011-2
Geographical Coverage Location Northern Ireland and Scotland
Granularity Country level down to Output Areas and Small Areas
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