Previous research has shown that self-reported health status is a strong predictor of mortality.
What does SRHS stand for?
SRHS stands for Self-Reported Health Status
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
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We have 18 other meanings of SRHS in our Acronym Attic
- Science and Reason in Hampton Roads
- Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
- Slow Reversal-Hold-Relax (therapy)
- Southwest Rural Health Research Center (College Station, TX)
- Special Representative on Human Rights Defenders
- Saint Raphael Healthcare System (New Haven, CT)
- San Rafael High School (San Rafael, CA)
- Santa Rosa High School (Santa Rosa, CA)
- Sarah Redfern High School (Minto, New South Wales, Australia)
- Scenic Railway Hometown Station (amusement park ride)
- Sexual and Reproductive Health Services (various locations)
- Shadow Ridge High School (Nevada)
- Singing River Hospital System (Pascaguola, MS)
- Southeast Raleigh High School (North Carolina)
- Southern Regional High School (Manahawkin, NJ)
- Southwest Railroad Historical Society
- Spanish River High School (Boca Raton, Florida)
- Sussex Regional High School (Canada)
- Scripps Ranch High School Foundation (San Diego, CA)
- Small and Rural Hospital Supplemental Payments (fund; California)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The direction of the relationships between seniors' health habits and self-reported health status is not clear in this analysis.
Age, smoking status, pulmonary function, weight, cognitive function, heart failure history, heart disease history, self-reported health status, the apoE E4 allele, and most cardiovascular measures were associated with all-cause mortality over follow-up.
For example, among age categories, the coefficient is significant only for age group of 20-29 years and has a negative sign, implying that younger people have lower self-reported health status than the older age groups- -a finding contrary to one's expectations.
It was designed to provide a standardised assessment of self-reported health status while incorporating activities relevant to patients.
For example, suppose self-reported health status is assessed, at least in part, relative to those in the surrounding environment.
We test our models using a subjective measure of self-reported health status and two objective measures of health that control for the severity of specific health conditions.