Many documents were used in the collection of data and biosamples from study participants. These documents are provided for reference only. If you have any questions, please contact:
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<OPAL Health & Lifestyle questionnaire – Male> – Health & Lifestyle questionnaire for males enrolled from May 2009 to June 2010.
<OPAL Health & Lifestyle questionnaire – Female> – Health & Lifestyle questionnaire for females enrolled from May 2009 to June 2010.
<OPAL Medical History questionnaire> – medical history questionnaire completed by participants who answered the OPAL Health & Lifestyle questionnaire.
<TELF/ONLI Health & Lifestyle questionnaire> – Health & Lifestyle questionnaire for enrolled participants from April 2010 to August 2016.
<Sample Donation Questionnaire> – Questionnaire completed by participants at the time of donating a blood and urine sample.
Assessment centre collection tools:
<Contraindications questionnaire> – Questions asked by an assessment centre staff member prior to conducting physical measures.
<Physical Measure Checklist and CI Summary> – Document used by assessment centre staff to record participant visit details and physical measurement values.
<Physical Measures SOP> – Standard operating procedure followed by assessment centre staff when conducting physical measurements.
Biosample collection & handling documents:
<SOP-EDTA Processing> – Standard Operating Procedure used by laboratory staff when processing EDTA blood vacutainer tubes.
<SOP-SST Processing> – Standard Operating Procedure used by laboratory staff when processing SST blood vacutainer tubes.
<SOP-ACD Processing> – Standard Operating Procedure used by laboratory staff when processing ACD blood vacutainer tubes.
<SOP-Urine Processing> – Standard Operating Procedure used by laboratory staff when processing Urine.
<Saliva Collection Instructions> – Instructions provided to participants for at home collection of saliva.
<Standard Operating Procedure Processing Protocol Variations> – Describes the sample processing protocol differences that occurred at the beginning of the study.
Data variable descriptions & cross-referencing tables:
<Variable Codebook> – Provides detail description of variables.
<Category Codebook> – Provides the category options for each categorical variable.
<Cross Reference Table> – Allows for cross-referencing of questionnaire question to the assigned variable name.