Health problems, self-reported of person
Status: This standard was approved as a departmental standard on July 15, 1998.
Health problems, self-reported refers to whether or not a person has reported that a health professional has diagnosed him or her with a long-term or chronic medical condition. Long-term or chronic conditions are those which have lasted, or are expected to last, six months or more.
Person refers to an individual and is the unit of analysis for most social statistics programs.
Conformity to relevant internationally recognized standards
There are no relevant internationally recognized standards.
- Classification of Health Problems, Self-reported, Aggregate Level January 26, 2016 to current
- Classification of Long-term Health Problems (Aboriginal persons aged 12 and over), Total Responses January 01, 2016 to current
- Classification of Long-term Health Problems (Aboriginal persons aged 6 to 11), Total Responses January 01, 2016 to current
- Classification of health problems, self-reported July 15, 1998 to current
- Health problems, self-reported L1 July 15, 1998 to current
Relation to previous version
- Health problems, self-reported of person July 15, 1998 to current
This is the current standard.
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