|Other titles||Ontario Health Survey 1990 user"s guide, vol.1: documentation.|
|Contributions||Ontario. Ministry of Health.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings).|
The Ontario Health Survey in used a representative population sample of the province. It included data on long-term back problems, occupational activity, and physical work exposures. The current study examined relationships between these variables. RESULTS. The prevalence of long-term back problems was % in working-age by: The Ontario Health Survey in used a representative population sample of the province. It included data on long-term back problems, occupational activity, and physical work exposures. The current study examined relationships between these by: History of the Ontario Health Supplement • Ministry of Health proposed a comprehensive health survey of the population of Ontario • Cabinet approval received August 21 • Funding provided by the Premier [s Council on Health Strategy (Health Innovation Fund) Ontario Health Survey , Ontario MOHLTC Data Notes The OHS was conducted from January to November, (excluding July); the Ontario response rate was % for the interviewer-completed questionnaire and, of those with an interview, % returned the .
Data from the Ontario Health Survey were used to investigate the association of socio-economic status with the likelihood of meeting current recommendations for four health behaviours (smoking, fat intake, alcohol consumption, and physical activity level) in adults living in Ontario (Canada). Health behaviours were categorised as ‘unhealthy’ if they did not meet current. Data from the Ontario Health Survey were used to investigate the association of socioeconomic status with the likelihood of meeting current recommendations for four health behaviours (smoking, fat intake, alcohol consumption, and physical. Liira JP, Shannon HS, Chambers LW, Haines TA. Long-term back problems and physical work exposures in the Ontario Health Survey. Am J Public Health. ; 86(3): Ontario Health Study online services. Please contact the OHS at or send email to [email protected] for help retrieving your username.
Together, we’re leading the fight against cancer and chronic disease. We asked, you answered. The Ontario Health Study (OHS) research platform is now 10 years old. More than , volunteers across the province are making their personal health information available to researchers, opening the doors to potential new discoveries and strategies for preventing, detecting and. 1 in 5 Ontario non-profits could be forced to shut down by end of year, survey finds A new survey is painting a dire picture of the financial health of the province's non-profit sector in the. Ontario Workplace Safety and Insurance Board created this resource book to provide information and knowledge about Health and Safety in the workplace. This resource book is provided for use with the H&S e-course available on the Internet at Predictors of physical activity in residents of Ontario: An analysis of the Ontario Health Survey. By Alain Denis. Mayhew. Abstract. Objectives. The primary objective of this study is to identify predictors of leisure time physical activity (defined as the reported level of energy expenditure in non-work activities) in the adult population.