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Alcohol-Attributable Hospitalization

Number of hospitalizations for alcohol-attributable conditions for Canadians age 15 and older per 100,000 population, excluding injuries and suicides. Analyzed by neighbourhood-level income.
Indicator technical notes (PDF)
Data tables (XLSX)

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Both sexes combined | By sex

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View the indicator rates by income for each province, by year

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These estimates vary from indicator results available in Your Health System and in the report Alcohol Harm in Canada due to methodology differences. Rates are age-standardized to the 2011 Canadian standard population. Data is suppressed when estimates are based on small numbers.

Discharge Abstract Database (DAD), Hospital Morbidity Database (HMDB) and Ontario Mental Health Reporting System (OMHRS), Canadian Institute for Health Information

LCL: Lower confidence limit
UCL: Upper confidence limit

Trends in Income-Related Inequalities in Canada report | Methodology notes (PDF) | User guide (PDF) | Video demonstration (video)