The NPHS North component started in 1994-1995. Data for this component are obtained through a separate survey due to the special challenges of survey taking in Canada's North. Collection operations were carried out by the Statistical Bureaus in Yukon and Northwest Territories with funding provided by Statistics Canada. Data processing was performed by Statistics Canada. Most of the core content from the NPHS Household component was included in the North component questionnaire.
|1994,1995,1996,1998,1999||National Population Health Survey – North Component|
Christopher S. Carpenter and Casey Warman (2018).
Do 'all-age' bicycle helmet laws work? Evidence from Canada
National Bureau of Economic Research Working Paper
Kevin E. Gordon and Stefan Kuhle (2018).
'Reported concussion' time trends within two national health surveys over two decades
Brain Injury , 843-849
John P. Ekwaru, Arto Ohinmaa, Bach X. Tran, Solmaz Setayeshgar, Jeffrey A. Johnson, and Paul J. Veugelers (2017).
Cost-effectiveness of a school-based health promotion program in Canada: A life-course modeling approach
PLoS ONE , 13-Jan
Scott B. Patten, Jeanne V. A. Williams, Dina H. Lavorato, Jian L. Wang, and Andrew G. M. Bulloch (2016).
Major depression prevalence increases with latitude in Canada
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry , 62-66
Scott B. Patten, Jeanne V. A. Williams, Dina H. Lavorato, Kirsten M. Fiest, Andrew G. M. Bulloch, and JianLi Wang (2014).
Changing perceptions of mental health in Canada
Canadian Journal of Psychiatry , 591-597
E. Fuller-Thomson and J. L. Sawyer (2014).
Is the cluster risk model of parental adversities better than the cumulative risk model as an indicator of childhood physical abuse?: Findings from two representative community surveys
Child: Care, Health and Development , 124-133
Michael Lebenbaum (2013).
Obesity and health care utilization trends in Canada during the period 1996-97 to 2009-10
Marjan Walli-Attae (2011).
Measuring inequity in the Canadian health system: The sensitivity of results to alternative formulations of the concentration index of income-related inequality
Serban Dinca-Panaitescu, Mihaela Dinca-Panaitescu, Toba Bryant, Isolde Daiski, Beryl Pilkington, and Dennis Raphael (2011).
Diabetes prevalence and income: results of the Canadian Community Health Survey
Health Policy , 116-123
Donald Emile Addington, Cindy Beck, JianLi Wang, Beverly Adams, Cathy Pryce, Haifeng Zhu, Jian Kang, and Emily McKenzie (2010).
Predictors of admission in first-episode psychosis: developing a risk adjustment model for service comparisons
Psychiatric Services , 483-488
Michelle Lynn Reitsma (2010).
The epidemiology of chronic pain in canada between 1994 and 2008: Results from the National Population Health Survey and the Canadian Community Health Survey
Sara Allin and Jeremiah Hurley (2009).
Inequity in publicly funded physician care: What is the role of private prescription drug insurance?
Health Economics , 1218-1232
F. C. Breslin, D. Day, E. Tompa, E. Irvin, S. Bhattacharyya, J. Clarke, A. Wang, and M. Koehoorn (2007).
Non-agricultural work injuries among youth: A systematic review
American Journal of Preventive Medicine , 151-162
A. V. Perruccio, Elizabeth M. Badley, and G. E. Trope (2007).
Self-reported glaucoma in Canada: Findings from population-based surveys
Canadian Journal of Ophthalmology , 219-226
Hai Zhong (2007).
Equity in pharmaceutical utilization in Ontario: A cross section and over time analysis
Canadian Public Policy , 487-508
Jeremiah Hurley and O. Rakita (2006).
The relationship between public health unit budgets in Ontario and indicators of need for public health
National Population Health Survey – Health Institutions Component – Longitudinal
Canadian Cancer Registry linked to Canadian Vital Statistics Death Database and death information from the T1 Personal Master File
High System Users linked to T1 Family File – Census of the Population Long-Form – National Household Survey
Canadian Community Health Survey linked to the Longitudinal Immigration Database