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This section provides links to analysis relevant to the latest indicator data available.

Annual Health Indicators print publications

Health Indicators 2009 - in addition to indicator data also presents national trends over time for selected indicators with a focus on the following six themes: heart attacks and cardiac revascularization; stroke; women’s health and men’s health—selected surgical procedures; hip fractures; joint replacements; and preventing hospital admissions.

Health Indicators 2008 – in addition to indicator data also includes analysis of hospitalization rates for ambulatory care sensitive conditions

Health Indicators 2007 – in addition to indicator data also includes analysis of hip fracture hospitalizations and wait times for hip fracture surgery

Healthy People, Healthy Places (82-229-X)

This report celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Health Indicators project. It examines the health of Canadians by focusing on demography, health status, health behaviours, and the environment.

Health fact sheets (82-625-X)

Fact sheets have been developed to provide key findings on various topics with the aim to assist users in the interpretation of indicator data available.  Selected indicators have been featured for this release, and this series will be expanded with future issues. Please note that the links to the fact sheets have changed.     

Health Indicators Consensus Conference report (82-230-X)

This report presents the results of the 3rd Consensus Conference on Health Indicators that was convened in March 2009, including information that was presented at the conference, a summary of the consultation process leading up to the event, and the priority health areas deemed most important for future indicator development work.

Monthly Health Reports

More articles on a variety of topics are available in Health Reports, Statistics Canada’s monthly journal of population health and health services research.