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 Reports and Presentations

LATEST REPORT

- Summarised findings and implications 2000-2008 

 

Other detailed reports (both full and summary formats) on the chronic conditions, risk factors and health outcomes are available -  please click here to visit the NWAH Study webpage on the Population Research & Outcome Studies Unit website at The University of Adelaide.


CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Please click here to visit the NWAH Study webpage on the Population Research & Outcome Studies Unit website at The University of Adelaide, and/or for information on conference dates and locations.

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

For a list of journal publications resulting from the North West Adelaide Health Study, click here (via the NWAH Study webpage on the Population Research & Outcome Studies Unit website at The University of Adelaide). 

 

 

MEDIA

 

For a list of media articles and television segments resulting from the North West Adelaide Health Study, click here (via the NWAH Study webpage on the Population Research & Outcome Studies Unit website at The University of Adelaide). 

 

 

 Webpage last updated:  March 2013

 

 

Participant Demographics

Gender of Study Participants (n=4060)
49
Male 
51
Female 
This graph shows the sex of study participants (by percentage).

Age group of study participants (n=4060)
15
18-24 
20
25-34 
19
35-44 
16
45-54 
12
55-64 
10
65-74 
8
75 & over 
This graph shows the age distribution of the people in the cohort (by percentage). People of all ages are needed by the study to provide a representation of the regions.

Location (region) of study cohort (n=4060)
46
Western region
54
Northern region
This graph shows the location (region) of study participants (by percentage).

 

 

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