Optional Module Data 

Arkansas Optional BRFSS Modules Analysis by Year

Optional BRFSS modules are sets of questions on specific topics that states can elect to use on their questionnaires. Topics for the modules have included survey questions addressing health issues such as smokeless tobacco, diabetes, oral health, cardiovascular disease, and firearms. The Center for Disease Control prepares and sends a summary of survey results to the participating states. Listed below are the survey results for Arkansas’ optional modules by year.

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2012
Diabetes
 
2011
Actions to Control High Blood Pressure
Heart Attack and Stroke
Cognitive Impairment
Random Child Selection
Pre-Diabetes
Diabetes
 
2010
Inadequate Sleep
Visual Impairment and Access to Eye Care
 
2009
Actions to Control High Blood Pressure
Adverse Childhood Experience (ACE)

Cardiovascular Health

 
2008
No report(s) available.

2007
Diabetes
Heart Attack and Stroke
Mental Illness and Stigma
Women’s Health

2006
Anxiety and Depression
Diabetes
Intimate Partner Violence
Secondhand Smoke Policy

2005
Actions to Control High Blood Pressure
Cardiovascular Health
Diabetes
Influenza
Osteoporosis
Secondhand Smoke Policy
Smoking Cessation
Weight Control
Women’s Health

2004
Arthritis Burden
Arthritis Management
Diabetes
Other Tobacco Products
Reactions to Race
Secondhand Smoke Policy
Smoking Cessation

2003
Arthritis
Cardiovascular Disease
Diabetes
Heart Attack and Stroke
Other Tobacco Products
Tobacco Indicators
Women’s Health

2002
Arthritis
Diabetes
Other Tobacco Products
Tobacco Indicators

2001
Cardiovascular Disease
Diabetes
Heart Attack and Stroke
Other Tobacco Indicators
Tobacco Indicators
Women’s Health

2000
Diabetes
Quality of Life and Disability-Related Supplemental Items