Health and Wellbeing Surveys are covered within Adults or Young People Health and Wellbeing Surveys within Tools and Resources, but this page covers other types of surveys such as Social Capital Surveys or qualitative research that has been undertaken in Hull.
Hull’s two Social Capital Surveys were completed in 2004 and 2009. Social capital measures capital or assets in the community such trust of neighbours, social networks and social support. Subsequent Health and Wellbeing Surveys have also included questions social capital.
Some qualitative research has also been conducted in Hull over time among both adults and young people.
Social Capital Surveys (Quantitative)
Two surveys in Hull have concentrated on examining levels of social capital in Hull. These Social Capital Surveys were conducted during 2004 and 2009, although subsequent Adult Health and Lifestyle Surveys and Young People Health and Lifestyle Surveys have also included questions on social capital.
Main report 2009
Main report 2004
Detailed report 2004
Summary report 2004
Community Assets Project 2014-15
A research project was conducted between September 2014 and February 2015 in Hull with the central focus to use qualitative research methods from an assets approach perspective to explore the assets existing in the different communities in Hull, and to reflect on how these assets could be utilised to promote public health across the city. Focus groups with diverse community groups across the city and individual case study interviews with members of these groups were undertaken. There was also two key stakeholder events with professionals and community members to inform the development of the research.
Adult Qualitative Research
The qualitative research undertaken in 2007 and 2014 occurred after the respective quantitative Adult Health and Wellbeing Surveys conducted in 2007 and 2011. This qualitative research was undertaken using a number of small focus groups and mainly focused on exploring behaviours and attitudes to lifestyle factors such as smoking, diet, physical activity, obesity, and alcohol.
Young People Qualitative Research
The qualitative research undertaken in 2008 and 2012 occurred after the respective quantitative Young People Health and Wellbeing Surveys conducted in 2008 and 2012. This qualitative research was undertaken using a number of small focus groups and mainly focused on exploring behaviours and attitudes to lifestyle factors such as smoking, diet, physical activity, obesity, alcohol and drugs.
Veterans’ Qualitative Research
The qualitative research (in-depth interviews) undertaken in 2009 occurred after the quantitative Veteran Health and Wellbeing Survey conducted in 2009.
Hull’s Health and Wellbeing Surveys (Quantitative Surveys)
Survey reports and the questionnaires are available from the adult and young people Health and Wellbeing Surveys.
This page was last updated / checked on 21 March 2022.
This page is due to be updated / checked in March 2023.