Canadian Community Health Survey – Nutrition
2004 - 2015
The Canadian Community Health Survey - Nutrition is a national health survey that collects information from Canadians about their eating habits and use of vitamin and mineral supplements, as well as other health factors.
Please note that additional documentation is available for this survey. Please contact your RDC analyst to request this documentation.
|2004,2015||Canadian Community Health Survey – Nutrition|
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Aviroop Biswas, Peter M. Smith, and Monique A. M. Gignac (2020).
Access to showers and change rooms at work associated with active commuting among older workers: Findings from a national population survey
Journal of Applied Gerontology , 214-220
Guy Lacroix, Francois Laliberté-Auger, Pierre-Carl Michaud, and Daniel Parent (2019).
The effect of college education on health and mortality: Evidence from Canada
Kevin Milligan and Tammy Schirle (2017).
Health capacity to work at older ages: Evidence from Canada
David Boisclair, Yann Décarie, François Laliberté-Auger, and Pierre-Carl Michaud (2016).
Réduction des maladies cardiovasculaires et dépenses de santé au Québec à l'horizon 2050
Cahier de recherche / Working paper
Michael S. Martin, Jennifer Dykxhoorn, Tracie O. Afifi, and Ian Colman (2016).
Child abuse and the prevalence of suicide attempts among those reporting suicide ideation
Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology , 1477-1484
Cameron Mustard, Andrea Chambers, Selahadin Ibrahim, and Jacob Etches (2015).
Diverging trends in the incidence of occupational and nonoccupational injury in Ontario, 2004-2011
Aurélie Côté-Sergent, Jean-Yves Duclos, Alexandre Lekina, Steeve Marchand, and Pierre-Carl Michaud (2015).
Projections de l'état de santé de la population québécoise et impacts sur le risque de longévité d'un régime de retraite à prestations déterminées
L'actualité économique: Revue d'analyse économique , 1-35
Courtney J. Ward (2014).
Influenza immunization campaigns: Is an ounce of prevention worth a pound of cure?
American Economic Journal: Applied Economics , 38-72
Rose Anne Devlin and Jamie A. Rudolph-Zbarsky (2014).
Social networks and the probability of having a regular family doctor
Social Science and Medicine , 21-28
Yaseer A. Shakur, Wendy Lou, and Mary R. L'Abbe (2014).
Examining the effects of increased vitamin D fortification on dietary inadequacy in Canada
Canadian Journal of Public Health , 127-132
Chris J. Hong, Graham E. Trope, Yvonne M. Buys, Barbara E. Robinson, and Ya-Ping Jin (2014).
Does government assistance improve utilization of eye care services by low-income individuals?
Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology , 320-325
Peter Smith, Rick Glazier, Hong Lu, and Cameron Mustard (2012).
The psychosocial work environment and incident diabetes in Ontario, Canada
Occupational Medicine , 413-419
Jeremiah Hurley, T. Jamal, M. Grignon, and Sara Allin (2011).
The relationship between self-reported unmet need for health care and health care utilization
McMaster RDC Research Paper
Daniel J. Dutton and Lindsay McLaren (2011).
Explained and unexplained regional variation in Canadian obesity prevalence
Obesity , 1460-1468
Michael Baker and Kevin Milligan (2010).
Evidence from maternity leave expansions of the impact of maternal care on early child development
Journal of Human Resources , 1-32
F. T. Denton and B. G. Spencer (2010).
Chronic health conditions: Changing prevalence in an aging population and some implications for the delivery of health care services
Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement , 11-21
Lindsay McLaren and Jenny Godley (2009).
Social class and BMI among Canadian adults: A focus on occupational prestige
Obesity , 290-299
J. M. Starkes, C. C. Poulin, and S. R. Kisely (2005).
Unmet need for the treatment of depression in Atlantic Canada
Canadian Journal of Psychiatry , 580-590
National Population Health Survey – Household Component – Cross-sectional
Survey on Access to Health Care and Pharmaceuticals During the Pandemic
Canadian Cancer Registry linked to Canadian Vital Statistics Death Database and death information from the T1 Personal Master File