Recreation and health profiles among Western Australian adults in 2015
This periodic survey on recreation and health captures the extent to which Western Australians' engage in various recreational activities across sport, arts and community groups as well as their own health related engagement.
Michael is a health promotion researcher with a focus on program evaluation, physical activity and young people.Full profile
Renee currently works in health promotion evaluation and has specific interests in health sponsorship, public health advocacy, physical activity and nutrition research.Full profile
Leanne is an epidemiologist and biostatistician whose main interest is in adolescent and child social, emotional and mental wellbeing.Full profile
Presented in a series of four reports, this survey collected information on Western Australians' engagement with sport, arts and racing organisations; their awarenss of a number of health messages; their reported health behaviours relating to smoking, alcohol consumption, fast food consumption, fruit and vegetable consumption & participation in physical activity; and, their mental wellbeing.
The reports presented below focus on the 2015 data collection of this periodic survey. Previous data collections of the survey were conducted in July/August 1992, September 1998, October 2002, October 2006, November 2010, and August 2015. The seven surveys accessed respondents aged 16 and over residing in Western Australia, with sample sizes of 2629, 2009, 1337, 3023, 1997, 2005, and 1,042 respectively.
|2015 Survey on Recreation and Health_1992-2015_SAR Enagagement||1.21MB||Download|
|2015 Survey on Recreation and Health_Health Message Awareness||682.47kB||Download|
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|2015 Survey on Recreation and Health_Mental Wellbeing||523.85kB||Download|
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