Data

Population health

These sets of indicators are organized based on the Population Health Model. Together, they provide a comprehensive view of the people who live, learn, work and take part in activities and community life in the province. 

Population health
Indicators on population, households, dependents, language preferences, disability information and sexual orientation.
Population health
Indicators on built environment and natural environment.
Population health
Indicators on healthy eating, physical activity, sedentary behaviours, sleep, substance use, and more.
Population health
Indicators on family and social support, community safety, stress, education, employment and income.
Population health
Indicators on access to services and experience with services.
Population health
Indicators on quality of life and length of life.

Primary Care Survey

The Primary Care Survey is a shorter version of the Primary Health Survey and is conducted annually. The Primary Care Survey aims to better understand citizens’ use and experiences with primary health care services in New Brunswick and in their health zones. The results are available at the provincial and zone level.

Primary Care Survey
Key indicators on the accessibility and experiences in using health care services
Primary Care Survey
Indicators on the health status of New Brunswickers and needs for mental health and substance use services.
Primary Care Survey
Indicators on the access and barriers to health care services
Primary Care Survey
Indicators on the use and experiences with primary health care services for citizens who have a primary care provider
Primary Care Survey
Indicators on the use and experiences with primary health care services for citizens without a primary care provider
Primary Care Survey
Indicators on the access and experience with virtual care services

Primary Health Survey

The Primary Health survey aims to better understand and report on New Brunswickers' self-rated health determinants, their use and their experiences with primary health services in their communities. The survey is conducted every three years and the results are available at the provincial, zone and community level.

Primary Health Survey
Indicators on New Brunswickers’ demographic context, determinants of health and health status.
Primary Health Survey
Indicators on the delivery of health services in New Brunswick and the interactions citizens have with these services.
Primary Health Survey
Indicators on the experience citizens reported throughout their journey while interacting with the New Brunswick health system.

Hospital Acute Care Survey

This survey evaluates the quality of hospital services in New Brunswick from the perspective of citizens who receive these services.

Hospital Acute Care Survey
Indicators on the experience of citizens reported throughout their journey while interacting with New Brunswick hospitals.

Student Wellness Survey

This survey aims to understand and report on several aspects of students’ wellness.

Student Wellness Survey
Indicators on language, gender, race, age and more.
Student Wellness Survey
Indicators on mental fitness, social factors, mental health, and resources.
Student Wellness Survey
Indicators on general health, movement and rest, healthy eating, safety, and sexual violence.
Student Wellness Survey
Indicators on smoking, vaping, alcohol, drugs, and safety.
Student Wellness Survey
Indicators on school and community engagement.
Student Wellness Survey
Indicators on demographics, social and emotional development, healthy lifestyles, and school engagement.

Home Care Survey

This survey evaluates the quality of publicly funded home care in New Brunswick from the perspective of citizens who receive these services.

Home Care Survey
Indicators on the experience patients reported while interacting with nurses, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, and other health professionals.
Home Care Survey
Indicators on the experience clients reported while interacting with home support workers for services such as housekeeping, meal preparation, and personal hygiene.
Home Care Survey
Indicators such as the prevalence of chronic health conditions and the type of help patients receive from family caregivers.

Provincial Health Plan Reporting

Provincial Health Plan Reporting
Indicators on surgical wait times, by quarter

Publications

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    Population Health Profiles 2022 - Zone 5

     

    This overview of the health and well-being of people who live, learn, work and take part in activities in our province is designed to create a shared understanding of our local unique realities.

Overview

Geography

Zone 5 - Restigouche Area includes the following NBHC communities:

  • Campbellton, Atholville, Tide Head Area
  • Dalhousie, Balmoral, Belledune Area
  • Campbellton, Atholville, Tide Head Area
  • Dalhousie, Balmoral, Belledune Area