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This product explores health professionals' perspectives on findings from the report Hospital Stays for Harm Caused by Substance Use Among Youth Age 10 to 24.
These data tables provide detailed results, including by province and territory, to supplement the report Hospital Stays for Harm Caused by Substance Use Among Youth Age 10 to 24.
This analysis examines hospitalizations for harm caused by substance use among youth age 10 to 24. It will help inform efforts to improve access to services for youth.
This presentation provides insight into how to use the Resource Utilization Groups version III Plus (RUG-III Plus) case-mix system for organizational decision support.
This resource document provides guidelines on how to use the Resource Utilization Groups version III Plus (RUG-III Plus) case-mix system for organizational decision support.
Asthma hospitalization rates for Canadians younger than 20 have declined by 50% over the past 10 years. Yet asthma continues to be one of the leading causes of hospital stays among this age group. Take a closer look.
Chartbook featuring trends over time in asthma hospitalizations among children and youth in Canada, as well as inequalities by income, household education, geographic location, age and sex.
Learn about trends and socio-economic inequalities in asthma hospital stays among children and youth at the provincial/territorial and national levels.
This information sheet provides an overview of the Resource Utilization Group version III (RUG-III) grouping methodology.
A description of the interRAI LTC Functional Rehabilitation/Walking Program data element (O3e).
Details of the interRAI Long-Term Care Facilities (LTCF) outcome scales used in the Continuing Care Reporting System (CCRS).
A description of the interRAI LTCF data element Activities of Daily Living (G1).
A description of the interRAI LTCF Functional Restrictive Devices data element (O7).
A description of the interRAI LTCF Therapy Services data elements (O3 a–d, f, g).
An analysis of the extent to which do-not-hospitalize and do-not-resuscitate advance directives are in place in Canada’s continuing care setting.
The Long-Term Care Facilities Survey (LTCFS), financed by Health Canada, the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Canadian Institute for Health Information, replaces the Residential Care Facilities Survey. The survey includes only facilities that provide residents with a minimum of professional nursing care or medical supervision.
Information on facility and resident characteristics, expenses, revenues and staffing reported by nursing homes in Canada, excluding Quebec.
Intentional injuries among children and youth in Canada.
A selection of trauma cases based on external injuries caused by intentional assaults and self-harm among children and youth in Canada.
An information sheet about intentional assault among children and youth in Canada.