Canadian Community Health Survey: Rapid Response
2007 - 2021
The CCHS collects information on health status, health care use and determinants of health. It relies upon a large sample of respondents and is designed to provide reliable estimates at the regional level. In 2007, a rapid response section was added to the survey. This portion of the survey appears for some collection periods and is conducted based on interest and cost-recovery from organizations with interest in obtaining national estimates on specific topics. The following are the rapid response surveys conducted and available in the RDC:
- Smoking - stages of change 2 and tobacco alternatives and vaping (2021)
- Healthy Living (2020)
- Traumatic Brain Injuries (2020)
- Tobacco Alternatives to Vaping (2020)
- Smoking - stages of change 2 (2020)
- Tanning Equipment and Handheld Laser Use (2019)
- Positive Mental Health (2019)
- Gambling (2018)
- Antibiotic Medication (2018)
- Barriers to Physical Activity (2017)
- Prescriptions - cost related non-adherence (2016)
- Risk Factors for Heart Disease (2015)
- Tanning Equipment Use and Laser Beam Exposure (2014)
- Everyday Discrimination (2013)
- Food Skills - mechanical skills and food conceptualization (2013)
- Food Skills - knowledge, planning and transference of skills (2012)
- Awareness, Use, and Understanding of Canada's Food Guide (2012)
- Stigma and Mental Health Experiences (2012)
- Neighbourhood Environment (2011)
- Infertility (2009-10)
- Sleep Apnea (2009)
- Osteoporosis (2009)
- Prescription Drug Expenses (2007)
|2021,2020,2018,2017,2016,2015,2014,2013,2012,2011,2010,2009,2007||Canadian Community Health Survey: Rapid Response|
All publications (e.g. scientific articles, reports, dissertations, theses) and presentations based on a dataset available in the RDCs should include an acknowledgement of the support provided by granting councils (SSHRC, CIHR, CFI), Statistics Canada and host university. See a sample
Nichani P, Trope GE, Buys YM, Markowitz SN, El-Defrawy S, Ngo G, Markowitz M, and Jin YP (2021).
The frequency and source of prescription eyewear insurance coverage in Ontario: A repeated population-based cross-sectional study using survey data.
CMAJ Open , E224-E232
Kaitlyn Mahon, Sheila Garland, Geoff Eaton, Karine Chalifour, Breanna Lane, Ken Fowler, Lynn Gambin, and Luc Clair (2021).
The Financial Impact of Cancer on Canadian Young Adults
Journal of Cancer Survivorship
Godley, Jenny, Fundytus, Katrina, Stones, Cheyanne, Peller, Peter, and McLaren, Lindsay (2021).
Survey Research on Health Inequalities: Exploring the Availability of Indicators of Multiple Forms of Capital in Canadian Datasets
International Journal of Public Health
St-Jean, M., Closson, K., Salway, T., Card, K., Patterson, T. L., Hogg, R. S., and Lima, V. D. (2021).
Sexual minority status modifies the association between HIV risk behavior and prevalent mood or anxiety disorders in British Columbia, Canada
Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology , 207-218
Najatinamini, Sara, Godley, Jenny, Minaker, Leia M, Sajobi, Tolulope T, McCormack, Gavin, Cooke, Martin, Nykiforuk, Candace I J, deKoning, Lawrence, and Olstad, Dana Lee (2021).
Quantifying the contribution of modifiable risk factors to socio-economic inequities in cancer morbidity and mortality; a nationally representative population-based cohort study
International Journal of Epidemiology , 1498-1511
Dobson KG, Vigod SN, Mustard C, and Smith PM (2021).
Major Depressive Episodes and Employment Earnings Trajectories over the Following Decade among Working-aged Canadian Men and Women
J Affect Disord , 37-46
Jamie L Benham, Jane E Booth, Lois E Donovan, Alexander A Leung, Ronald J Sigal, and Doreen M Rabi (2021).
Prevalence of and risk factors for excess weight gain in pregnancy: a cross-sectional study using survey data
CMAJ Open , E1168-E1174
Pelletier CA, White N, Duchesne A, and Sluggett L (2021).
Likelihood of meeting physical activity guidelines in rural and urban adults: cross-sectional analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey
Canadian Journal of Public Health , 748?757
Williams, R.J., Belanger, Y.D., Leonard, C.A., Stevens, R.M.G., Christensen, D.R., el-Guebaly, N., Hodgins, D.C., and McGrath, D.S. (2021).
Indigenous Gambling and Problem Gambling in Canada
Journal of Gambling Studies , 19-Jan
Joundi R, Patten S, Lukmanji A, Williams J, and Smith E (2021).
Impairment in health-related quality of life among community-dwelling stroke survivors
Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences , 8-Jan
Neeru Gupta, Andrea Bombak, Ismael Foroughi, and Natalie Riediger (2020).
Discrimination in the healthcare system among higher-weight adults: evidence from a Canadian national cross-sectional survey
Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada , 329-335
Angela Daley, Muntasir Rahman, and Barry Watson (2021).
A breath of fresh air: The effect of public smoking bans on Indigenous youth
Health Economics , 1517-1539
Joundi R, Patten S, Williams J, and Smith E (2021).
Association between excess sedentary time and risk of stroke in young individuals
Stroke , 3562-3568
Joundi RA, Patten SB, Lukmanji A, Williams JVA, and Smith EE (2021).
Association between physical activity and mortality among community-dwelling stroke survivors
Neurology , e1182-e1191
Pelletier CA, White N, Duchesne A, and Sluggett L (2021).
Barriers to physical activity for adults in rural and urban Canada: A cross-sectional comparison
Social Science & Medicine - Population Health , 100964
Yang G, El-Defrawy S, Trope GE, Buys YM, Liu SY, and Jin YP. (2021).
Cataract prevalence following a nationwide policy to shorten wait time for cataract surgery.
Med Hypothesis Discov Innov Ophthalmol , 86-94
Yan Kestens, Alexandre Lebel, Basile Chaix, Mark Daniel, Robert Pampalon, Marius Thériault, and S. V. Subramanian (2012).
Association between activity space exposure to food establishments and individual risk of overweight
I. Gagnon-Arpin, G. Sedigh, and L. Bouchard (2011).
Portraits socio-sanitaires des communautés francophones de l'Ontario
RRASFO (Réseau se recherche appliquée sur la santé des francophones de l'Ontario)
Canadian Community Health Survey linked to the Canadian Vital Statistics Death Database
Canadian Community Health Survey Linked to Vital Statistics – Discharge Abstracts – Ambulatory Care and Mental Health Records
National Population Health Survey – Household Component – Longitudinal
Discharge Abstract Database – National Ambulatory Care Reporting System – Ontario Mental Health Reporting System linked to Canadian Vital Statistics Death Database
Canadian Community Health Survey 2000-2011 linked to the Discharge Abstract Database DAD 1999-2012
National Population Health Survey – Health Institutions Component – Longitudinal