The Physical Activity at Home and Work Instrument - PAHWI
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We would like to know how much you walk and lift at home and work during the space of a week. Choose the alternatives that best correspond to your working tests during the past month and give the number of hours you have devoted to these activities.
- Work at home
- Light domestic work including standing and walking, such as cooking, ironing and picking things up hours a week.
- Light yet flexible work. You have a light job, during which you walk and stand quite a lot, include working as a nurse, in a shop, doing light industrial work hours a week.
- You have a fairly strenuous job, including walking, climbing stairs, heavy lifting or more than 3 kg, such as nursing or service, work, postman hours a week.
Last Modified: 18 Oct 2013