Adult participants from randomly selected households complete initial parts of the survey on land, in their community. The second part of the survey is done on the Canadian Coast Guard Ship Amundsen, where participants have a clinical appointment. Approximately 1,117 people will be involved in the survey in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, Nunavut and Nunatsiavut in 2008. In 2007, 1,214 Inuit adults in 18 coastal communities in the Baffin and Kivalliq regions of Nunavut were involved. Thirteen communities in Nunavut were visited for the Child Health Survey in 2007 and four more communities were visited in the territory in 2008.