Determining Quality Chronic Disease Prevention Indicators for Ontario

Publication Date: 
November, 2016

Determining Quality Chronic Disease Prevention Indicators for Ontario: The OCDPA has been involved in a multi-year project in order to track and compare risk factors for chronic disease and trends for Ontario.  The goal is to provide a planning tool for organizations and individuals involved in the chronic disease prevention sectors. The report focuses on tobacco use, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, high risk alcohol use, and mental health issues. Through extensive consultation with experts, behavioural and system-level indicators were identified and the most recent Ontario level data have been assemble and organized into a systematic presentation, with key policy implications identified.  

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Unhealthy Eating in Ontario  

High Risk Alcohol Consumption in Ontario

Tobacco Use in Ontario

Mental Illness in Ontario

Physical Inactivity in Ontario