Information on coverage, non-response, collection processes, data quality control, methodological changes and revision history.
This product uses data from the Hospital Morbidity Database (HMDB), National Ambulatory Care Reporting System (NACRS) and Canadian Joint Replacement Registry (CJRR). Data for the HMDB and NACRS is provided by Canada's provinces and territories. Data for CJRR is provided by provincial ministries of health, regional authorities, orthopedic surgeons, nurses, medical records staff and others across Canada.
CJRR Data Quality Documentation for Users is a summary of information for external users of the data. The document helps users assess whether the quality of the data fits their intended use.
Tools and guidelines on submitting data to the Canadian Joint Replacement Registry.
Information on the availability of 2015 CORR data and upcoming analytical products.
Take a closer look at present trends and provincial breakdowns for kidney transplant recipients (adult and pediatric), patients on waiting lists and patient outcomes.
Examine trends and provincial breakdowns for liver transplant recipients, patients on waiting lists and patient outcomes.
Explore trends and provincial breakdowns for heart transplant recipients, patients on waiting lists and patient outcomes.
Take a look at trends and provincial breakdowns for lung transplant recipients, patients on waiting lists and patient outcomes.
Explore trends for pancreas and islet cell transplant recipients, patients on waiting lists and patient outcomes.
Get a breakdown of intestinal transplant types for the decades spanning 1996 to 2005 and 2006 to 2015.
Find data tables highlighting the education, supply, employment and demographic trends of Canada’s medical laboratory technologists.
Explore trends for end-stage kidney disease patients who are newly diagnosed (incidence), patients on treatment (prevalence), renal replacement therapies and patient outcomes.
This edition highlights recent changes to CJRR, the data submission deadlines and developments coming in 2016–2017 and beyond.
Interprovincial comparisons of fees paid for physicians' services.
Demographic and descriptive statistics about physicians.
The CORR Web-Entry Form is an online tool that allows providers to securely submit data over the internet.
Urban/rural and health region analyses, and regulated nurses employed in a community setting.
Companion highlights to Regulated Nurses, 2015.
Companion chartbook to Regulated Nurses, 2015.