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Approval date: May 15, 2017
Starting date: June 26, 2018 (main study), October 28, 2017 (Pre-pilot)
Goals: The aim of the study was to estimate the prevalence, incidence and distribution of some major non-communicable diseases and injuries (cardiovascular diseases, psychiatric disorders, breast, stomach, colorectal, prostate and liver cancer, chronic obstructive respiratory diseases, injuries and diabetes as the major causes of pre-mature death), in addition determine the risk factors associated with these outcomes in the population under study.
Study population: Employees at Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences-Tehran
Sampling method and sample size: Of total of more than 16,000 employees at Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences 10,000 employees aged 18 to 65 years has been randomly selected.
Data Collection: Generally, the data required for this study are collected in three ways: self-declaration, interview, and examination. A week before the presence of people to participate in the study, through the study interface, a username and a unique password are announced to them. Then some of the data is collected from the web.
Follow up Methods: The first round of the study data collection will be carried out within 3 years. This will be done in both active and passive mode. Follow up will be done by the two teams and the final detection team.
Main Exposures: General characteristics, residence status and location, food status, contact status of animals, economic status, exposure to tobacco smoke, occupational exposures, etc.
Outcomes: Cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, chronic respiratory diseases, occupational diseases and accidents, traffic accidents, breast cancer, prostate cancer, gastric cancer, colorectal cancer And liver cancer