The Health Care in Canada (HCIC) survey was conducted annually over the decade 1998-2007 and remains the most comprehensive annual survey of Canadian public and health care providers' opinions on health care. It was conducted by POLLARA Research under the aegis of the Health Care in Canada (HCiC) partnership.
The Health Care in Canada Survey has produced a wealth of data that may be used to guide policy and theory regarding health care in Canada. This site is designed for those who want to make use of that data: researchers, policy analysts, students, health care professionals, and the interested public.
The overview gives a bird's-eye view: its sections examine key themes and questions that were asked over the course of the decade, so that shifts, trends, and consistencies may be easily discerned. Those who wish to examine the results in detail at ground level will find the full reports, with all questions and including demographic breakdowns, in the Full Survey Data and Research section.
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