Canadian Community Health Survey Profiles - ARCHIVED
The Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) Profiles present a series of variables by different geographies, such as health regions, census metropolitan areas and rural/urban groups. Also available are profiles of linguistic minorities, Aboriginals and immigrants. The data provide information on the following variables: self-rated health, self-esteem, body mass index, arthritis/rheumatism, diabetes, asthma, high blood pressure, pain or discomfort, risk of depression, injuries, functional health, two-week disability days, activity limitation, smoking, frequency of heavy drinking, leisure time activities, fruit and vegetable consumption, decision latitude at work, social support, stress, exposure to second-hand smoke, influenza immunization, mammogram screenings, Pap tests, contact with health care providers, contact with dental professionals, contact with medical doctors, and contact with professionals for mental health. Data were collected from over 130,000 respondents, aged 12 or older, residing in households across all provinces and territories.
This product has been discontinued. Data regarding the Canadian Community Health Survey are available in table 13-10-0598-01.
|Titles||Release date||More Information|
|Canadian Community Health Survey Profiles, 2003 - ARCHIVED||June 30, 2005||More information|
|Canadian Community Health Survey Profiles, 2003 - ARCHIVED||April 19, 2005||More information|
|Archived - Canadian Community Health Survey Profiles, 2000/2001||March 27, 2003|
|Archived - Canadian Community Health Survey Profiles, 2000/2001||March 3, 2003|