National Population Health Survey – Health Institutions Component – Longitudinal
1994 - 1996
The Health Institutions component started in 1994-1995 and has been conducted every two years. The first two cycles (1994-1995 and 1996-1997) were both cross-sectional and longitudinal. Beginning in Cycle 3 (1998-1999) the survey became strictly longitudinal (i.e. collecting information from the same individuals each cycle). After five cycles of collection, the institutions component has ended. The NPHS Health Institutions component data are primarily used to study prevalence and incidence of disease, to make projections and perform demographic trend analyses. The data are used by the research community and other health professionals.
|1994,1996,1998,2000,2002||National Population Health Survey – Health Institutions Component – Longitudinal|
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
Scott B. Patten, Jeanne V. A. Williams, Dina H. Lavorato, Kirsten M. Fiest, Andrew G. M. Bulloch, and JianLi Wang (2014).
Antidepressant use in Canada has stopped increasing
Canadian Journal of Psychiatry , 609-614
Bach X. Tran, Arto Ohinmaa, Stefan Kuhle, Jeffrey A. Johnson, and Paul J. Veugelers (2014).
Life course impact of school-based promotion of healthy eating and active living to prevent childhood obesity
PLoS ONE , e102242
Gail Tomblin Murphy, George Kephart, Lynn Lethbridge, Linda O'Brien-Pallasc, and Stephen Birch (2009).
Planning for what? Challenging the assumptions of health human resources planning
Health Policy , 225-233
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