ARCHIVED - Chronic Diseases in Canada


Volume 30, no. 1, December 2009

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  1. Editorial – Chronic Diseases in Canada Grows Up
    H. Morrison, M. Tracy, D. Wigle

  2. Editorial –Chronic disease or chronic diseases: is the whole different from the sum of the parts?
    R.A. Spasoff

  3. Socio-demographic and geographic analysis of overweight and obesity in Canadian adults using the Canadian Community Health Survey (2005)
    J. Slater, C. Green, G. Sevenhuysen, J. O’Neil, B. Edginton

  4. Using cancer registry data: agreement in cause-of-death data between the Ontario Cancer Registry and a longitudinal study of breast cancer patients
    D. R. Brenner, M. C. Tammemägi, S. B. Bull, D. Pinnaduwaje, I. L. Andrulis

  5. Using administrative data to understand the geography of case ascertainment
    N. Yiannakoulias, D. P. Schopflocher, L. W. Svenson

  6. Association of obesity with mood and anxiety disorders in the adult general population
    T. M. Gadalla, Ph. D.

  7. Announcements

Chronic Diseases in Canada (CDIC) is a quarterly scientific journal focussing on current evidence relevant to the control and prevention of chronic (i.e. non-communicable) diseases and injuries in Canada. Since 1980 the journal has published a unique blend of peer-reviewed feature articles by authors from the public and private sectors and which may include research from such fields as epidemiology, public/community health, biostatistics, the behavioural sciences, and health services or economics. Only feature articles are peer reviewed. Authors retain responsibility for the content of their articles; the opinions expressed are not necessarily those of the CDIC editorial committee nor of the Public Health Agency of Canada.


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