Vol 33, No 4, September 2013 - Chronic Diseases and Injuries in Canada (CDIC)

Volume 33 · Number 4 · September 2013

Inside this issue

  1. Cause-specific mortality by occupational skill level in Canada: a 16-year follow-up study

    M. Tjepkema, R. Wilkins, A. Long

  2. Hospitalizations for unintentional injuries among Canadian adults in areas with a high percentage of Aboriginal-identity residents

    P. Finès, E. Bougie, L. N. Oliver, D. E. Kohen

  3. Chronic bronchitis in Aboriginal people—prevalence and associated factors

    S. Konrad, A. Hossain, A. Senthilselvan, J. A. Dosman, P. Pahwa

  4. Changes in fall-related mortality in older adults in Quebec, 1981–2009

    M. Gagné, Y. Robitaille, S. Jean, P.-A. Perron

  5. Improved estimation of the health and economic burden of chronic disease risk factors in Manitoba

    H. Krueger, D. Williams, A. E. Ready, L. Trenaman, D. Turner

  6. Estimating cancer risk in relation to tritium exposure from routine operation of a nuclear-generating station in Pickering, Ontario

    S. Wanigaratne, E. Holowaty, H. Jiang, T. A. Norwood, M. A. Pietrusiak, P. Brown

  7. Knowledge exchange systems for youth health and chronic disease prevention: a tri-provincial case study

    D. Murnaghan, W. Morrison, E. J. Griffith, B. L. Bell, L. A. Duffley, K. McGarry, S. Manske

  8. Methodology of the 2009 Survey on Living with Chronic Diseases in Canada—hypertension component

    A. S. Bienek, M. E. Gee, R. P. Nolan, J. Kaczorowski, N. R. Campbell, C. Bancej, F. Gwadry-Sridhar, C. Robitaille, R. L. Walker, S. Dai

  9. Cross-Canada Forum – How we identify and count Aboriginal people—does it make a difference in estimating their disease burden?

    W. W. Chan, C. Ng, T. K. Young

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