Inequalities in the mental health of adults before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: data tool
This interactive data tool shows inequalities in 4 mental health indicators:
- recent suicide ideation
- high self-rated mental health
- high community belonging, and
- average life satisfaction
It shows how these indicators differed by sociodemographic characteristics among adults in Canada before and during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The tool uses data from:
- 2019 Canadian Community Health Survey and
- 2020 and 2021 Surveys on COVID-19 and Mental Health
You can look at specific inequalities by selecting a mental health indicator and a sociodemographic characteristic from the drop-down menus.
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Table: Inequalities in
- E Results should be interpreted with caution due to high sampling variability (coefficients of variation between 15 and 35).
- CCHS = Canadian Community Health Survey
- CI = confidence interval
- SCMH = Survey on COVID-19 and Mental Health
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