Health Inequalities Interactive Tool: Influenza Immunization for Seniors

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Influenza Immunization for Seniors

Percentage of Canadians age 65 and older who were immunized against influenza during the last 12 months. Analyzed by self-reported adjusted household income.
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Both sexes combined | By sex

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

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

Impact
View the potential impact if all Canadians had experienced the same indicator rate as those in the highest income level for each province, by year

Trend
View the trends over time in indicator rates by income for each province

Identify changes over time

Notes
Rates are age-standardized to the 2011 Canadian standard population. Data is suppressed when estimates are based on small numbers.

For the indicator Influenza Immunization for Seniors, a higher rate is desirable. Therefore, please note the following exceptions:

For the rates by income on the Trend tab, the colour categories used to highlight change over time are as follows: green highlights an increase in rates, blue highlights no change and pink highlights a decrease in rates. On the Impact tab, potential rate reduction is referred to as potential rate improvement.

Source
Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS), Statistics Canada

Abbreviations
LCL: Lower confidence limit
UCL: Upper confidence limit

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