Date published: 27 January 2017


Health Survey Northern Ireland

The Health Survey Northern Ireland aims to provide a picture of the health of the Northern Ireland population. It includes questions on general health and a wide range of health related issues such as smoking and drinking, fruit and vegetable consumption, stress, exercise, mobility and the use of some health services.  The information collected is used to monitor the extent to which Government health targets are being met, and to help authorities effectively plan local health services.

The survey is commissioned by the Department of Health Social Services and Public Safety Northern Ireland and the field work is conducted by the Central Survey Unit of NISRA.

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The letter sent out to selected housholds is available in the following translations, please select the language in which you wish to view the letter.

If you have any questions please phone or email Stuart Bennett on 02890 255100,