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1999 Adult Behavioral Risk Factor Data

Oregon Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), 1999

Weighted Column Percents Unweighted Frequencies
How long has it been since you used a health
department clinic for female health concerns?

(Weighted Column Percents)

Total Age Groups
18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+
Within the past year 14.1 37.2 11.4 6.1


Within the past two years 8.8 24.0 10.0 .5


Within the past three years 6.5 10.9 7.9 3.1


Within the past five years 12.6 17.5 13.4 9.5


5 or more years ago 57.9 10.4 57.2 80.8


Female Within the past year 14.1 37.2 11.4 6.1


Within the past two years 8.8 24.0 10.0 .5


Within the past three years 6.5 10.9 7.9 3.1


Within the past five years 12.6 17.5 13.4 9.5


5 or more years ago 57.9 10.4 57.2 80.8


Denominator is:
All female respondents under the age of 45 whose main source of services for female health concerns is not a health department or clinic and who have been to a health department clinic for female health concerns.

How long has it been since you used a health
department clinic for female health concerns?

(Unweighted Frequencies)

Total Age Groups
18-24 25-34 35-44 45-54 55-64 65+
Total 291 43 130 118


Within the past year 32 13 12 7


Within the past two years 23 9 13 1


Within the past three years 18 3 10 5


Within the past five years 41 10 18 13


5 or more years ago 174 6 76 92


Don't know/Not sure 3 2 1



Female Total 291 43 130 118


Within the past year 32 13 12 7


Within the past two years 23 9 13 1


Within the past three years 18 3 10 5


Within the past five years 41 10 18 13


5 or more years ago 174 6 76 92


Don't know/Not sure 3 2 1



Denominator is:
All female respondents under the age of 45 whose main source of services for female health concerns is not a health department or clinic and who have been to a health department clinic for female health concerns.