Health, Alcohol and Psychosocial Factors in Eastern Europe (HAPIEE) Study
Country: Czech Republic, Russia, Poland, Lithuania
Study Design: Observational cohort with repeated measurements over time
Participant age range: Adults aged 45-69 at enrollment
Number of participants at baseline:28,947
Year of initial enrollment: 2002
Number of data collection waves: 2
Measures of well-being:
Quality of life
Community-level psychosocial measures
Quantity of well-being measures (e.g., number of constructs, number of times of well-being was assessed: Moderate
Quality of well-being measures (e.g., were measures reliable and valid in the study population): Moderate
Measures of physical health:
Self-reported physical functioning and activities
Measured anthropometrics, e.g., weight
Adjudicated events, including mortality (all cause and from CVD) and nonfatal CVD events
This dataset may be available upon request from the study PIs.
Interested researchers should contact study PIs to inquire whether an application to access this data is necessary.
Notable Citation: Peasey et al. (2006). Determinants of cardiovascular disease and other non-communicable diseases in Central and Eastern Europe: Rationale and design of the HAPIEE study. BMC Public Health 2006(6): 255.