The Indicator Frameworks are pan-Canadian resources that provide measures of chronic diseases, mental health, risk and protective factors and associated determinants. Combined with the Data Tool platform, each measure within a Framework can be visualized.
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Suicide Surveillance Indicator Framework (SSIF)
The Suicide Surveillance Indicator Framework (SSIF) provides information on suicide and self-inflicted injury outcomes and its associated risk and protective factors in Canada. Indicators are grouped by outcome and four key domains (individual, family, community, society). Pan-Canadian estimates are provided for each indicator.
Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour and Sleep (PASS) Indicators
The Physical Activity, Sedentary Behaviour and Sleep (PASS) Indicators provide surveillance information on physical activity, sedentary behaviour and sleep behaviour risk and protective factors among Canadians. They are grouped by movement behaviour and three key domains: Individual, Family/social environment, and Built/society environment.
First Nations and Inuit Health and Wellness Indicators
The First Nations and Inuit Health and Wellness Indicators provide an overview of some key facets of the health of First Nations people and Inuit. These indicators are grouped into four domains - demographics, health status and outcomes, determinants of health, and health system performance. In addition to each indicator, some interpretive text is provided.
Canadian Chronic Disease Indicators (CCDI)
The Canadian Chronic Disease Indicators (CCDI) provide information on chronic diseases, their determinants, and their risk and protective factors in Canada. Using an intuitive Data Tool, pan-Canadian estimates, time trends and data breakdowns by demographic and socioeconomic variables are provided for each indicator and their specific measures.
Positive Mental Health Surveillance Indicator Framework (PMHSIF)
The Positive Mental Health Surveillance Indicator Framework (PMHSIF) provides information on positive mental health outcomes and its associated risk and protective factors. Positive mental health is a state of well-being that allows us to feel, think, and act in ways that enhance our ability to enjoy life and deal with the challenges we face.