About this Table
Health Outcomes are influenced by many factors that influence health, such as the quality of the medical care received to having access to affordable housing.
Content and description
Information on quality and length of life.
Quality of life, or how healthy people feel, is a blend of a person’s physical, mental, emotional and social functioning. It goes beyond measuring the life expectancy and causes of death. It is available by different age groups in this data table.
Length of life is about life expectancy and median age at death. It is influenced by premature death, potentially avoidable death from preventable causes, potentially avoidable death from treatable causes.
Why is this important?
Health Outcomes indicators represent how healthy are individuals in a community. The indicators reflect the physical and mental well-being of these New Brunswickers.
Having the ability to access local population health information relating to children, youth, adults and seniors for a specific community is important to support planning and targeted strategies. Knowledge of the Physical Environment, Health Behaviours, Social and Economic Factor and Health Services can be a powerful tool in improving Health Outcomes.
Availability of the data
Indicators from a variety of sources are collected, organized, and analyzed by the NBHC. These data sources are used to represent the population health of New Brunswickers. Each have various levels of reliability and limitations as detailed in the Indicator pages.
The information for this data table is available for the 33 NBHC Communities, 7 Health Zones and for New Brunswick overall.
The Population Health data table series provides comprehensive view about the people who live, learn, work, take part in activities and in community life in this area.