Racism, whether intentional or through ignorance, plays a key role in explaining the data, collected in 2007-2010 and recently released by Statistics Canada in the Canadian Community Health Survey.
What does CCHS stand for?
CCHS stands for Canadian Community Health Survey
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- Cuban Commission for Human Rights and National Reconciliation
- Connecticut Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities
- Consolidated Criminal History Reporting System (Williamsburg, VA)
- Corpus Christi Holy Rosary School (New York)
- Child Care Human Resources Sector Council (Canada)
- Continuous Combined Hormone Replacement Therapy
- Cabarrus College of Health Sciences (Concord, NC)
- California College for Health Sciences
- Calvin Christian High School
- Camden County High School
- Cape Coral High School (Florida)
- Carver County Historical Society (Waconia, MN)
- Catholic Central High School
- Cedar Creek High School
- Central Cabarrus High School
- Central Cambria High School (Ebensburg, Pennsylvania)
- Central Catholic High School (Canton, Ohio)
- Central Commercial High School (New York)
- Central Crossing High School (Grove City, Ohio)
- Centre for Complementary Health Studies (UK)
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METHODS Sample Data from the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS) cycle 4.
The researchers analysed data collected from almost 94,000 people, aged 18 to 69 years, from the Canadian Community Health Survey.
Abstract This research was based on data collected in the Health and Mental Health cycle of the Canadian Community Health Survey to assess the effects of ethnic background on seeking treatment for major depression episodes (MDE) and to investigate types of barriers to mental health care reported by members of different racial/ethnic groups.
According to the 2004 Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS 2.
Using data from the Canadian Community Health Survey from 2000 to 2001, researchers found more physically active smokers had attempted to kick the habit than their inactive counterparts.
Earlier data from the Canadian Community Health Survey showed that the majority of Canadians (86% in 2005) had a regular medical doctor.
Data This research was based on secondary analyses of data collected by Statistics Canada in cycles 1 and 2 of the Canadian Community Health Survey (CCHS).