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These data tables are an accessible version of the COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) interactive tool that displays a high-level timeline of government interventions.
Explore this COVID-19 (coronavirus disease) interactive tool that displays a high-level timeline of government interventions.
COVID-19 Intervention Scan (HTML)
Explore information on selected interventions (policies and other measures) across Canada to stop the spread of and improve health outcomes related to COVID-19 (coronavirus disease).
Information on selected interventions (policies and other measures) across Canada to stop the spread of and improve health outcomes related to COVID-19 (coronavirus disease).
This information sheet outlines a new model to help identify those at the highest risk of hospitalization for severe respiratory illnesses (e.g., pneumonia) and COVID-19.
Alcohol Harm in Canada (HTML)
Alcohol harm — the negative consequences of alcohol consumption — is a serious and growing health concern and a leading cause of injury and death in Canada. Learn more.
CIHI has developed an innovative population grouping methodology using Canadian data, designed specifically to meet the needs of Canada’s health care systems.
A case study focusing on the NorWest Community Health Centres program, which addresses the health and social needs of rural and remote residents.
A case study of The Ottawa Hospital and Ottawa Inner City Health shows the use of the population health approach to improve the health of the homeless population.
A study that sought out health system leaders in Canada who have made demonstrable progress in adopting the population health approach.
Obesity in Canada (PDF)
The Trends in Income-Related Health Inequalities in Canada project examines whether health gaps between lower- and higher-income individuals have changed over time.
An update to selected indicators previously featured in Giving Birth in Canada: A Regional Profile.
Selected health care and health status indicators for Canada's mothers and infants.
Ethnicity and immigration experiences are both important issues to consider when examining the social determinants of women's health.