Demographics Sample Clauses

Demographics. Obtain demographic information including age, race, ethnicity, and sex.
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Demographics. 10.2 Core Data The table below shows the data that may be shared into the TVS analytics platform from National and CCG Datasets held by NHS Digital via the Data Services for Commissioners Regional Office (DSCRO): Type Name Details Secondary Uses • SUS for Commissioners (SUS+) See xxxxx:// uses-service-sus National Flows • Mental Health Minimum Data Set (MHMDS) • Mental Health Learning Disability Data Set (MHLDDS) • Mental Health Services Data Set (MHSDS) • Maternity Services Data Set (MSDS) • Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT) • Child and Young People Health Service (CYPHS) • Community Services Data Set (CSDS) • Diagnostic Imaging Data Set (DIDS) • National Cancer Waiting Times Monitoring Data Set (CWT) • Civil Registries Data (CRD) • National Diabetes Audit (NDA) • Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs) For detailed information on regarding specific items included within National Flow data sets please see xxxxx:// information/data-collections-and-data- sets/data-sets Local Provider Flows • Acute • Ambulance • Community • Demand for ServiceDiagnostic ServiceEmergency Care • Experience, Quality and Outcomes • Mental Health • Other Not Elsewhere Classified • Population DataPrimary Care Services • Public Health Screening Existing datasets agreed with commissioned providers as defined in Schedule 6 of relevant contracts between the organisation and the commissioning CCG Annex D.5 – Excluded Read Codes The table below summarises the Read codes that are excluded when Surrey Care Record and TVS Care Record data is sourced from the general practice clinical systems. Description Category / Code HSA1-Therap. Abort. Green Form 956% H/O: Venereal Disease 1415% Hysterotomy And Termination Of Pregnancy 7E066% Dilation Of Cervix Uteri And Curettage Of Products Of Conception From Uterus 7E070% Curettage Of Products Of Conception From Uterus NEC 7E071% Suction Termination Of Pregnancy 7E084% Dilation Of Cervix And Extraction Termination Of Pregnancy 7E085% Termination Of Pregnancy NEC 7E086% Cervical Smear 4K36% Gonorrhoea 65Q8% Introduction Of Abortifacient Into Uterine Tract 7E0B% Genital Herpes A541% Viral Hepatitis B With Coma A702% Viral Hepatitis B With Serum A703% Other Spec Viral Hepatitis With Coma A7040% Viral Hepatitis C Without Mention Of Hepatitis Coma A7050% Chronic Viral Hepatitis A707% Unspecified Viral Hepatitis A70z% Cytomegalic Hepatitis A7852% HIV Resulting In Cytomegali...
Demographics. 12. On an annual basis for the next three years, Respondents agree to providetenant data” of all occupants at all their rental properties to the Commission. On or before May 31, 2014, May 31, 2015, and May 31, 2016, Respondent agrees to provide tenant data of all occupants as of May 1, 2014, May 1, 2015, and May 1, 2016. Tenant data for each rental unit shall include: (1) the address and apartment number of each rental unit;
Demographics. Prior to the District’s annual staffing meeting, Management and Association Officers will meet and consult to discuss the demographics for the coming year.
Demographics. A. City, State and Zip Code for each youth served;
Demographics. Next to the events that might influence the need for the participant to get actively involved in their pension, the demographical information is important to take into account. Next to some general information such as gender and age, included was information on possible triggers in the past to get involved in their pension,
Demographics. The samples basic background information was obtained from questions regarding age, family aid, education, employment status, relationship status and current primary caregiver. To measure age, participants were asked their age in years and to type in the correct age in the blank. Family aid was determined by asking if “in the past 12 months, did you or anyone you live with receive any money or services from any of the following...” answer options included “Welfare including Temporary Assistance to Needy Families,” “food stamps,” “Women, Infants, & Children,” or “Section 8 housing subsidies.” Participants were told to “check all that apply or select no” for the different types of potential aid received. Participants were also asked their most recent grade completed in school ranging from 8th grade or less to 1-2 years of college. Employment status was measured by a “yes/no” response to an item asking if participants had a “current job for which they are paid”. Of those who were employed, participants where asked “How many hours per week do you usually work?” to assess the average number of hours worked per week. Relationship status was determined by asking participants, “Do you have a boyfriend?” with “yes/no” answer options. Participants were asked the question, “Who was the one person primarily responsible for caring for you when you were growing up” to determine who their primary caregiver was. Possible answers included “mother,” “father,” “grandmother,” “aunt,” “sister,” or “other.” Participants were also asked about their sexual history in items such as, “The very last time you had sex, did you use a condom to prevent STDs or pregnancy?” to assess condom use; and “Have you ever had a positive STD test result?” to assess their history of STDs. Answer choices consisted of “yes” and “no” for both of these items. To measure participants number of total partners they were asked, “In your entire life, how many guys have you had vaginal sex with?” then asked them to fill in the blank. Further, participants were asked, “In the past 90 days, how many guys have you had vaginal sex with?” then asked them to fill in the blank. Hypothesized Predictor Variable Caregiver Support Caregiver support, the primary variable of interest, was measured using a 10-item scale adapted from The Inventory of Parent and Peer attachment (Armsden, 1987), which measure three dimensions of attachment: trust, communication and alienation. The items of this scale assess the level at whic...
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Demographics. We believe that demographic trends in the U.S. population, the increase in under-insured individuals, the potential risk to governmental social safety net programs and the shifting of responsibility for retirement planning and financial security from employers and other institutions to individuals, highlight the need of individuals to plan for their long-term financial security and will create opportunities to generate significant demand for our products. By focusing our product development and marketing efforts to meeting the needs of certain targeted customer segments identified as part of our strategy, we will be able to focus on offering a smaller number of products that we believe are appropriately priced given current economic conditions. We believe this strategy will benefit our expense ratio thereby increasing our profitability.
Demographics. Slough is a densely populated urban area of 32.52 sq km in the east of Berkshire, and geographically, is one of the smallest unitary councils in the UK. It is located to the west of London, near to Heathrow Airport and close to the M4, M25 and M40 motorways. Slough is estimated to have a population of about 119,500 (ONS, 2007) an increase of 13% compared to the last census on 1991. However, like many local authorities throughout the country Slough believes that there is an under-estimation in the population numbers and that the council is catering for the needs of a far larger (and more diverse) population. Slough is multicultural; a town with close to 40% of its residents hailing from a black or minority-ethnic background. Over 50 different first languages are spoken and the town has the highest proportion of Sikh residents in the country, the highest percentage of Muslim residents in the region and the highest percentage of Hindu residents in the south east. There are also high levels of new arrivals and asylum seekers many of which are vulnerable and in need of key services. One third of the population was born outside of the UK and one-fifth from outside the EU. Slough has a young population with a higher than national average number of young people and those of working age. 13 per cent of people are of pensionable age and this is much lower than either the regional or national averages of around 19 per cent. Slough has experienced a number of fluctuations in its Index of Multiple Deprivation profile. Thus whilst it was ranked 107th in the original list in 2000, it moved to 129th by 2004. However more recently and as of 2007 Slough ranked at 115th most deprived locality in England. However this global figure obfuscates, more than illuminates, what is a complex local picture. For instance there are large disparities between wards with 1 Lower Super Output Area (LSOA) ranking among the most deprived 10% nationally and a further 4 LSOAs appearing amongst the 20% most deprived nationally. In terms of further indicators of deprivation 6.5% of households in Slough have no access to central heating. The Berkshire average is 4.5%. 23.2% of Slough residents have no access to a car or van. The Berkshire average for this indicator is 16.4% whilst the regional average is 19.4%.
Demographics. The population of North Ayrshire is forecast to fall slightly over the next decade or so, but its composition will alter significantly. North Ayrshire will see a growth in the 65+ age group significantly greater than the rest of Scotland. Our ageing population will result in increased demands being placed on our Community Care services. For many, the impact of chronic ill health will mean they require earlier help to live independently in the community. Although the overall child population will fall, there is evidence that increasing numbers of children are in need of care, protection and intervention support from our Social Services. Falling school rolls may present opportunities to rationalise our school estate. New house building within the Irvine/Kilwinning area and the Garnock Valley will continue to attract inward migration from elsewhere in Scotland. This has a number of consequences. It strengthens our communities and increases the Council Tax base, but places increased demands on the road infrastructure, schools and other support services. Housing funding There are separate arrangements for housing services, where Council-house rental income must be spent only on housing-related needs such as maintenance and repairs. In agreeing to retain its housing stock, the Council made a commitment to achieving the Scottish Housing Quality Standard by the year 2015. This means all of the housing stock must meet a number of broad quality criteria. A business plan identifies the investment requirements to meet and surpass this Standard, and therefore the potential implications for future rent levels.
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