Fwd: Open Data || Release of the Alberta Community Health Survey (ACHS) Data

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Fwd: Open Data || Release of the Alberta Community Health Survey (ACHS) Data

Mark Smith


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From: Larry Svenson <[hidden email]>
Subject: Open Data || Release of the Alberta Community Health Survey (ACHS) Data
Date: May 3, 2017 at 5:23:24 PM CDT
To: Undisclosed recipients:;

Today, we released the raw data from the Alberta Community Health Survey (ACHS) through the Alberta Government open data portal (https://open.alberta.ca/opendata). The ACHS is a telephone survey of Albertans used to collect data on specific determinants of health as a means of supporting the creation of material and social deprivation indices, and asses their impact on health. The data set contains individual level survey responses for over 7,500 Albertans. The link below will take you to both the dataset and a copy of the questionnaire used, both of which appear near the bottom of the page.
 
 
Larry
 
Larry Svenson | Executive Director & Provincial Health Analytics Officer
Analytics and Performance Reporting Branch | Alberta Health | P O Box 1360 Stn Main | Edmonton CANADA AB T5J 2N3
 
Office: +1 780 422 4767 | Mobile: +1 780 718 8362 | Toll-Free: 310-0000 (Alberta only)
 
Interactive Health Data Application: www.ahw.gov.ab.ca/IHDA_Retrieval
 
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