The Health Survey for England provides vital information which is used by central and local government for reviewing policies, monitoring health trends and planning future services. It's also used by researchers, academics and charities interested in public health.
The survey provides information about adults aged 16 and over, and children aged 0 to 15, living in private households in England. Participants are interviewed at home, followed by a nurse visit to take some measurements.
The tables below show which topics are covered in each year of the survey. There are core topics that are reported each year as well as other topics that change over time, subject to funding. The most recently published survey is Health Survey for England 2018, published on 3 December 2019.