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MAY 3, 2002

Canadian National population health survey

communiqué from Statistics Canada

Results from the fourth cycle of the National Population Health Survey (NPHS), 2000/01, household component is now available. Begun in 1994/ 95 and conducted every two years, the NPHS is a longitudinal survey on the health status, determinants and outcomes, as well as related socio- demographic characteristics of Canadians living in households.

The NPHS household panel consists of 17,276 respondents across the 10 provinces. It provides provincial and national level information on a wide range of health determinants, risk factors and outcomes, such as alcohol consumption, smoking, chronic conditions, health care utilization, self- perceived health status, height, weight, physical activities, restriction of activities, stress and mastery. The socio-demographic module provides age, sex, household composition, income, and labour force related information. The NPHS is a key source of information for researchers, policy analysts and decision makers.

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