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Form 20 - Personal Information

File NameData as ofPopulationData collectedOne row perRows
f20_ctos_inv.dat9/12/2005CT+OSBaselineParticipant161,779
ID - WHI Participant Common ID
Col 1
NMissing
161,7790
F20DAYS - F20 Days since randomization/enrollment
Col 2
NMissingMinMaxMeanStdDev
161,7790-5431,078-53.11650.1
F20CONT - Contact type
Col 3
The method used to collect the data.
ValueDescriptionN%
1Phone5870.4
2Mail9,6085.9
3Visit151,20693.5
4Other00
8Other3780.2
EDUC - Highest grade finished in school
Col 4
What is the highest grade in school you finished? (Mark one.)
ValueDescriptionN%
1Didn't go to school1310.1
10Master's Degree23,66714.6
11Doctoral Degree (Ph.D,M.D.,J.D.,etc.)3,9602.4
2Grade school (1-4 years)5990.4
3Grade school (5-8 years)1,9351.2
4Some high school (9-11 years)5,9793.7
5High school diploma or GED27,62417.1
6Vocational or training school16,42910.2
7Some college or Associate Degree44,48027.5
8College graduate or Baccalaureate Degree17,56610.9
9Some post-graduate or professional18,22211.3
Missing1,1870.7%
NOTWRK - Currently not working
Col 5
What is your current job status? (Mark the one that best describes you. If more than one describes you, mark both.) Not working
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No138,48585.6
1Yes12,9408
Missing10,3546.4%
RETIRED - Currently retired
Col 6
What is your current job status? (Mark the one that best describes you. If more than one describes you, mark both.) Retired
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No75,11046.4
1Yes76,31547.2
Missing10,3546.4%
HOMEMKR - Currently homemaker
Col 7
What is your current job status? (Mark the one that best describes you. If more than one describes you, mark both.) Homemaker, raising children, care of others
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No137,67285.1
1Yes13,7538.5
Missing10,3546.4%
EMPLOYED - Currently employed (full- or part-time)
Col 8
What is your current job status? (Mark the one that best describes you. If more than one describes you, mark both.) Employed (full-time or part-time)
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No95,16858.8
1Yes56,25734.8
Missing10,3546.4%
DISABLED - Currently disabled
Col 9
What is your current job status? (Mark the one that best describes you. If more than one describes you, mark both.) Disabled, unable to work
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No148,22391.6
1Yes3,2022
Missing10,3546.4%
OTHWRK - Other current job status
Col 10
What is your current job status? (Mark the one that best describes you. If more than one describes you, mark both.) Other (Specify):
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No139,38086.2
1Yes12,0457.4
Missing10,3546.4%
JOBHMMKR - Job as homemaker
Col 11
Which of the statements below best describe your job? If you are not working now, which statement best describes your past job, that is, the job you held the longest? (If you are a homemaker, but work part-time, you should mark both.) Homemaker, raising children, care of others
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No109,99068
1Yes38,72223.9
Missing13,0678.1%
JOBMANGR - Job as managerial, professional
Col 12
Which of the statements below best describe your job? If you are not working now, which statement best describes your past job, that is, the job you held the longest? (If you are a homemaker, but work part-time, you should mark both.) Managerial, professional specialty (Executive, managerial, administrative, professional occupations. Job titles include teacher, guidance counselor, registered nurse, doctor, lawyer, accountant, architect, computer/systems analyst, personnel manager, sales manager, etc.)
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No86,20853.3
1Yes62,50438.6
Missing13,0678.1%
JOBTECH - Job as technical, sales, admin support
Col 13
Which of the statements below best describe your job? If you are not working now, which statement best describes your past job, that is, the job you held the longest? (If you are a homemaker, but work part-time, you should mark both.)Technical, sales, and administrative support (Technical and related support occupations, sales, administrative support, clerical work. Job titles include computer programmer/operator, vocational/practical nurse, dental assistant, laboratory technician, sales clerk, cashier, receptionist, secretary, word processor, etc.)
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No103,22263.8
1Yes45,49028.1
Missing13,0678.1%
JOBSERV - Job as service
Col 14
Which of the statements below best describe your job? If you are not working now, which statement best describes your past job, that is, the job you held the longest? (If you are a homemaker, but work part-time, you should mark both.) Service (Protective service (police, fire), health or food services, craft and repair occupations, farming, forestry or fishing occupations. Job titles include policewoman, nursing assistant, teaching assistant, child care attendant, maid, cook, waitress, food service clerk, seamstress, etc.)
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No136,19584.2
1Yes12,5177.7
Missing13,0678.1%
JOBLABOR - Job as operator, fabricator, laborer
Col 15
Which of the statements below best describe your job? If you are not working now, which statement best describes your past job, that is, the job you held the longest? (If you are a homemaker, but work part-time, you should mark both.) Operators, fabricators, and laborers (Factory, transport, and construction work. Job titles include factory, assembly, truck driver, construction worker, etc.)
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No145,69690.1
1Yes3,0161.9
Missing13,0678.1%
JOBOTH - Job as other than listed
Col 16
Which of the statements below best describe your job?If you are not working now, which statement best describes your past job, that is, the job you held the longest?(If you are a homemaker, but work part-time, you should mark both.) Other (Specify):
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No133,35082.4
1Yes15,3629.5
Missing13,0678.1%
MARITAL - Marital status
Col 17
What is your current marital status? (Mark the one that best describes you.)
ValueDescriptionN%
1Never married7,0954.4
2Divorced or separated25,80315.9
3Widowed27,88117.2
4Presently married97,63860.4
5Marriage-like relationship2,6201.6
Missing7420.5%
PEDUC - Partner highest level of education
Col 18
If married or living in a marriage-like relationship, which category below best describes the highest level of school your husband (partner) completed? (Mark one.)
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q9 "Current marital status".
ValueDescriptionN%
1Didn't go to school780
10Master's Degree13,3518.3
11Doctoral Degree (Ph.D,M.D.,J.D.,etc.)9,6606
2Grade school (1-4 years)4630.3
3Grade school (5-8 years)2,2211.4
4Some high school (9-11 years)5,7003.5
5High school diploma or GED14,4508.9
6Vocational or training school8,8325.5
7Some college or Associate Degree19,51512.1
8College graduate or Baccalaureate Degree15,7969.8
9Some post-graduate or professional8,9245.5
Missing62,78938.8%
PNOTWRK - Partner currently not working
Col 19
What is your husbands (partners) current job status (Mark one. If more than one applies, mark both) Not working
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q9 "Current marital status". Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No91,69756.7
1Yes1,5601
Missing68,52242.4%
PRETIRED - Partner currently retired
Col 20
What is your husbands (partners) current job status (Mark one. If more than one applies, mark both) Retired
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q9 "Current marital status". Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No36,44422.5
1Yes56,81335.1
Missing68,52242.4%
PHOMEMKR - Partner currently homemaker
Col 21
What is your husbands (partners) current job status (Mark one. If more than one applies, mark both) Homemaker, raising children, care of others
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q9 "Current marital status". Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No92,99157.5
1Yes2660.2
Missing68,52242.4%
PEMPLOY - Partner currently employed
Col 22
What is your husbands (partners) current job status (Mark one. If more than one applies, mark both) Employed (full-time or part-time)
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q9 "Current marital status". Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No57,60035.6
1Yes35,65722
Missing68,52242.4%
PDISABLE - Partner currently disabled
Col 23
What is your husbands (partners) current job status (Mark one. If more than one applies, mark both) Disabled, unable to work
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q9 "Current marital status". Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No90,67156
1Yes2,5861.6
Missing68,52242.4%
POTHWRK - Partner currently other job
Col 24
What is your husbands (partners) current job status (Mark one. If more than one applies, mark both) Other (Specify):
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q9 "Current marital status". Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No87,85154.3
1Yes5,4063.3
Missing68,52242.4%
PMAINJOB - Partner`s main job
Col 25
Which statement below best describes your husbands (partners) job? If not working now, which one best describes your partners last job? (See Question 8 for descriptions of these jobs.)
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q9 "Current marital status".
ValueDescriptionN%
1Homemaker, raising children, other3000.2
2Managerial, professional specialty50,68231.3
3Technical, sales, administrative support13,8268.5
4Service8,9565.5
5Operator, fabricator, and laborers10,3396.4
8Other11,6787.2
Missing65,99840.8%
INCOME - Total family income (before taxes)
Col 26
What was the total family income (before taxes) from all sources within your household in the last year? (Mark the one that is the best guess. This information is important for describing the women in the study as a group and is kept strictly confidential.)
ValueDescriptionN%
1Less than $10,0006,9374.3
2$10,000 to $19,99918,49911.4
3$20,000 to $34,99936,66522.7
4$35,000 to $49,99930,91219.1
5$50,000 to $74,99929,94818.5
6$75,000 to $99,99913,6138.4
7$100,000 to $149,9999,4375.8
8$150,000 or more4,9233
9Don't know4,3842.7
Missing6,4614%
CAREPROV - Current Health Care Provider
Col 27
Do you have a clinic, doctor, nurse, or physician assistant who gives you your usual medical care?
ValueDescriptionN%
0No9,9956.2
1Yes150,23892.9
Missing1,5461%
LSTVISDY - Days from rand to last visit
Col 28
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q12 "Usual care provider" (skip pattern rule not applied).
NMissingMinMaxMeanStdDev
146,98614,793-15,077248-247.838370.436
MAMMO - Mammogram ever
Col 29
Have you ever had a mammogram (X-ray of the breasts to look for cancer)?
ValueDescriptionN%
0No5,7213.5
1Yes155,23096
Missing8280.5%
LSTMAMDY - Days from rand to last mammogram
Col 30
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q13 "Mammogram ever" (skip pattern rule not applied).
NMissingMinMaxMeanStdDev
151,15710,622-17,11836-514.029787.396
PAPSMEAR - Pap smear ever
Col 31
Have you ever had a Pap smear (a cancer check done during a female exam)?
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No2,0911.3
1Yes148,02691.5
9Don't know1,1340.7
Missing10,5286.5%
LSTPAPDY - Days from rand to last pap smear
Col 32
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q14 "Pap smear ever" (skip pattern rule not applied). Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
NMissingMinMaxMeanStdDev
137,46324,316-17,655-1-900.9211,720.498
ABNPAP3Y - Abnormal Pap smear last 3 years
Col 33
Have you had an abnormal Pap smear in the last 3 years?
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q14 "Pap smear ever" (skip pattern rule not applied). Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No135,31783.6
1Yes7,9904.9
Missing18,47211.4%
CERVDYS - Cervical dysplasia ever
Col 34
Have you ever been told you had cervical dysplasia (abnormal changes of the cervix that may or may not be early signs of cancer)?
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q14 "Pap smear ever" (skip pattern rule not applied). Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No131,44881.3
1Yes11,6217.2
Missing18,71011.6%
ENDOASP - Endometrial aspiration ever
Col 35
Have you ever had a test called a "uterus biopsy," "endometrial aspiration," or "D & C"? (This is done in a doctors office or clinic where a small part of the lining of the uterus or womb is tested. These tests are different from a Pap smear or a colposcopy.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No85,50952.9
1Yes73,48845.4
Missing2,7821.7%
LSTASPDY - Days from rand to last aspiration
Col 36
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q15 "Aspiration ever".
NMissingMinMaxMeanStdDev
65,69596,084-17,740-3-6,259.7344,576.866
HMOINS - Pre-paid private insurance
Col 37
Which category or categories below best describe how you usually pay for your medical care? (Mark all that apply.) Pre-paid private insurance (for example: Health Maintenance Organization, Kaiser Permanente, or other Group Health-type plan)
ValueDescriptionN%
0No95,55259.1
1Yes64,65440
Missing1,5731%
OTHPRVIN - Private insurance (other than pre-paid)
Col 38
Which category or categories below best describe how you usually pay for your medical care? (Mark all that apply.) Other private insurance (for example: Blue Cross, Aetna, etc.)
ValueDescriptionN%
0No87,83154.3
1Yes72,37544.7
Missing1,5731%
MEDICARE - Medicare
Col 39
Which category or categories below best describe how you usually pay for your medical care? (Mark all that apply.) Medicare
ValueDescriptionN%
0No100,57062.2
1Yes59,63636.9
Missing1,5731%
MEDICAID - Medicaid
Col 40
Which category or categories below best describe how you usually pay for your medical care? (Mark all that apply.) Medicaid (for example: Medical Assistance or DPA)
ValueDescriptionN%
0No157,95597.6
1Yes2,2511.4
Missing1,5731%
MLTRYINS - Military or VA insurance
Col 41
Which category or categories below best describe how you usually pay for your medical care? (Mark all that apply.) Military or Veterans Administration-sponsored
ValueDescriptionN%
0No156,05796.5
1Yes4,1492.6
Missing1,5731%
NOINS - No insurance
Col 42
Which category or categories below best describe how you usually pay for your medical care? (Mark all that apply.) No insurance
ValueDescriptionN%
0No152,80794.5
1Yes7,3994.6
Missing1,5731%
PAYOTH - Other insurance than listed
Col 43
Which category or categories below best describe how you usually pay for your medical care? (Mark all that apply.) Other
ValueDescriptionN%
0No153,20894.7
1Yes6,9984.3
Missing1,5731%
USSERVE - Served in US armed forces
Col 44
Have you served in the U.S. armed forces on active duty for a period of 180 days or more?
Usage Notes: Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No141,80287.7
1Yes3,7192.3
Missing16,25810%
VAMEDCTR - Used a VA medical center ever
Col 45
Have you ever made use of a VA Medical Center?
Usage Notes: Sub-question of F20 V4 Q17 "Served in U.S. Armed Forces". Not collected on all versions of Form 20.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No2,7951.7
1Yes7280.4
Missing158,25697.8%
MAINJOB - Occupation
Col 46
Computed from Form 20, questions 8.1-8.8. Categorizes participants occupation into one of four groups (managerial/professional, technical/sales/administrative, homemaker only, or service/labor).
ValueDescriptionN%
1Managerial / Professional62,50438.6
2Technical / Sales / Admin44,12327.3
3Service / Labor26,54816.4
4Homemaker only15,5379.6
Missing13,0678.1%
NOMAM2YR - No mammogram in last 2 years
Col 47
Computed from Form 20, questions 13 and 13.1. Indicates if a participant did NOT have a mammogram in the past two years.
ValueDescriptionN%
0Mammogram within 2 years130,82180.9
1No mammogram within 2 years25,87116
Missing5,0873.1%
NOPAP3YR - No pap smear in last 3 years
Col 48
Computed from Form 20, questions 14 and 14.1, and Form 2, question 18. Indicates if a participant did NOT have a pap smear in the past three years. Missing if a participant has been hysterectomized.
ValueDescriptionN%
0Pap within 3 years73,71345.6
1No pap within 3 years9,1985.7
Missing78,86848.8%
TIMELAST - Time Since Last Medical Visit (months)
Col 49
Computed from Form 20, questions 12, 12.2 and 18. Time in months since last visit to participants usual medical care provider.
NMissingMinMaxMeanStdDev
146,35815,4210495.0366.41212.053
TIMELSTS - Last Medical Visit within 1 Year
Col 50
Computed from Form 20, questions 12, 12.2 and 18. Indicator of whether participant reported visiting her ususal medical care provider within the last year.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No28,18917.4
1Yes128,16479.2
Missing5,4263.4%
ANYINS - Any Insurance
Col 51
Computed from Form 20, question 16. Indicator for whether the participant has any medical insurance.
ValueDescriptionN%
0No7,3994.6
1Yes152,80794.5
Missing1,5731%