Table of contents

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Contents
  • Abbreviations
  • 1 Introduction
  • 2 Major points from  the workshop
    • 2.1 General direction
    • 2.2 Survey  content
    • 2.3 Methods
    • 2.4 Steps  to progress the survey
  • 3 Background presentations
  • 3.1 National health  information scene
  • 3.2 General  issues in blood  surveys
  • 3.3 An overview of blood  data needs
  • 3.4 New Zealand experience in biomedical risk factor surveys
  • 3.5 Future ABS health  surveys
  • 3.6 General discussion
  • 4 Priorities for blood  analysis-scope and  content
    • 4.1 Cardiovascular disease  
    • 4.2 Diabetes
    • 4.3 Nutrition
    • 4.4 Cancer
    • 4.5 Genetic  and other  biomarkers
    • 4.6 Communicable diseases
  • 5 Advancing the survey
    • 5.1 Aims and  priorities
    • 5.2 Ethical considerations
    • 5.3 Coverage
    • 5.4 Ownership of the data
    • 5.5 Survey design  options
    • 5.6 Continuity with  previous surveys
    • 5.7 Funding
    • 5.8 The way forward
  • Appendix A: Workshop program
  • Appendix B: List of participants
  • Appendix C: Workshop data issues papers
    • Data issues paper  no. 1: cardiovascular disease
    • Data issues paper  no. 2: diabetes
    • Data issues paper  no. 3: nutrition
    • Data issues paper no. 4: cancer
    • Data issues paper no. 5: genetics
    • Data issues paper  no. 6: communicable diseases
  • Appendix D: Briefing paper on National  Biomedical Risk Factor Survey
  • Attachment 1: Aims of the survey
  • Attachment 2: Comparability with previous Australian and international surveys
  • Attachment 3: Blood and urine assessments in NHANES III