The Canadian Health Measures Survey (CHMS) is an ongoing, national survey administered by Statistics Canada in partnership with Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada.The survey collects important health information to create national baseline data on the extent of major health concerns. Launched in 2007, the CHMS collects information through household interviews and by means of direct physical measurements such as blood pressure, height, weight and physical fitness. In addition, the survey is collecting blood and urine samples as well as DNA sample from consenting participants.
Biobank Data results from analysis of the biosamples will be made available to researchers at Statistics Canada's Research Data Centres. Only aggregate statistical outputs conforming to the confidentiality provisions of the Statistics Act will be released.
Please note that additional documentation is available for this survey. Please contact your RDC analyst to request this documentation.
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Jasmyn E. A. Cunningham, Hugh McCague, Ashley J. Malin, David Flora, and Christine Till (2021).
Fluoride exposure and duration and quality of sleep in a Canadian population-based sample
Environmental Health , 10-Jan
Ulfat A. Khanam, Donna C. Rennie, Karen Davis, and Joshua A. Lawson (2020).
Are dietary factors associated with lung function in Canadian adults?
Canadian Journal of Dietetic Practice and Research , 28-36
Hing Man Chan, Xue Feng Hu, Janet S. Cheung, Rajendra Prasad Parajuli, Renata Rosol, Emmanuel Yumvihoze, Linna Williams, and Asish Mohapatra (2020).
Cohort profile: Health effects monitoring programme in Ndil-, Dettah and Yellowknife (YKHEMP)
BMJ open , 9-Jan
Paquito Bernard, Gabriel Hains-Monfette, Sarah Atoui, and Gregory Moullecx (2018).
Daily objective physical activity and sedentary time in adults with COPD using spirometry data from Canadian Measures Health Survey
Canadian Respiratory Journal , 9-Jan
Nicole F. Haywood (2018).
Physical activity, sedentary time, sleep duration, and self-rated health in older adults: A compositional analysis
Emile Levy, Mariia Samoilenko, Sophia Morel, Jade England, Devendra Amre, Laurence Bertout, Simon Drouin, Caroline Laverdière, Maja Krajinovic, Daniel Sinnett, Genevieve Lefebvre, and Valérie Marcil (2017).
Cardiometabolic risk factors in childhood, adolescent and young adult survivors of acute lymphoblastic leukemia - A Petale cohort
Scientific Reports , 9-Jan
Kristen Fleet (2017).
Proinflammatory food consumption and chronic kidney disease in a Canadian nationally representative sample
Dustin Scott Kehler, Thomas Ferguson, Andrew N. Stammers, Clara Bohm, Rakesh C. Arora, Todd A. Duhamel, and Navdeep Tangri (2017).
Prevalence of frailty in Canadians 18-79 years old in the Canadian Health Measures Survey
BMC Geriatrics , 8-Jan
Health associations with meeting new 24-hour movement guidelines for Canadian children and youth
Preventive Medicine , 13-Jul
Stefan Kuhle, Bryan Maguire, Nicole Ata, Natasha MacInnis, and Linda Dodds (2017).
Birth weight for gestational age, anthropometric measures, and cardiovascular disease markers in children
Journal of Pediatrics , 99-106
Lalani L. Munasinghe, Noreen Willows, Yan Yuan, and Paul J. Veugelers (2015).
The prevalence and determinants of use of vitamin D supplements among children in Alberta, Canada: A cross-sectional study
BMC Public Health , 7-Jan
Cost as a barrier to accessing dental care: Findings from a Canadian population-based study
Journal of Public Health Dentistry , 210-218
Lindsay McLaren and J. C. Herbert Emery (2012).
Drinking water fluoridation and oral health inequalities in Canadian children
Canadian Journal of Public Health , S49-S56
Cynthia K. Colapinto, Deborah L. O'Connor, Lise Dubois, and Mark S. Tremblay (2012).
Folic acid supplement use is the most significant predictor of folate concentrations in Canadian women of childbearing age
Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism , 284-292
Prevalence and correlates of folic acid supplement use in Canada
Health Reports / Rapports sur la santé , 39-44
High System Users linked to T1 Family File – Census of the Population Long-Form – National Household Survey
Canadian Community Health Survey 2000-2011 linked to the Discharge Abstract Database DAD 1999-2012
Canadian Community Health Survey linked to the Canadian Vital Statistics Death Database
Discharge Abstract Database – National Ambulatory Care Reporting System – Ontario Mental Health Reporting System linked to Canadian Vital Statistics Death Database
National Population Health Survey – Health Institutions Component – Longitudinal
National Population Health Survey – Household Component – Longitudinal