Long-term Health Conditions - Census 2011

The number of people in each of the Glasgow datazones who state they have either no long-term medical conditions or at least one.

A long-term condition is defined as one which has lasted or is expected to last at least 12 months. The conditions are:

  • Deafness or partial hearing loss
  • Blindness or partial sight loss
  • Learning disability
  • earning difficulty
  • Developmental disorder
  • Physical disability
  • Mental health condition
  • Other condition

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

Note, the following 4 data zones are not in the dataset: S01003031; S01003319; S01003505; S01003548

Data extracted ; 2014-04-10 from Scotland's Census Website

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Maintainer Glasgow City Council
Last Updated February 2, 2018, 16:12 (UTC)
Created January 31, 2018, 12:34 (UTC)
Published on behalf of National Records of Scotland