British Columbia’s Index of Multiple Deprivation for Community Health Service Areas
2.1. Data Sources
2.2. Data Description
2.2.1. Data Dictionary
2.2.2. BCIMD Notes and Dimensions
- Data Notes
- Indicator dimensions
2.2.3. BCIMD CHSA 2016 Data (Column Names)
2.3. Data Analysis
3.1. Data Products
3.2. Data Use
4.1. Data Strengths
4.2. Data Limitations
Institutional Review Board Statement
Informed Consent Statement
Data Availability Statement
Conflicts of Interest
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|Dimension of Deprivation||Ethno-Cultural Composition||Situational Vulnerability||Economic Dependency||Residential Instability|
|Concept captured at a British Columbia-level||Diverse community composition of immigrant populations||Socio-demographic conditions in housing and education, and other relevant demographic characteristics||Participation in the labor force, or a dependence on other income sources besides employment income||Transient nature of neighborhood inhabitants, considering housing and familial factors|
|Indicators included||Proportion of population who self-identify as visible minority, the proportion of population that is foreign-born, the proportion of population with no knowledge of either official language (linguistic isolation), and the proportion of population who are recent immigrants (arrived in five years prior to Census)||Proportion of population that identifies as Aboriginal, the proportion of population aged 25–64 without a high school diploma, the proportion of dwellings needing major repairs, the proportion of population that is low-income, and the proportion of single-parent families.||Proportion of population participating in labor force (aged 15 and older) 1, the proportion of population aged 65 and older, the ratio of employment to population 1, and the dependency ratio (population aged 0–14 and aged 65 and older divided by population aged 15–64)||Proportion of dwellings that are apartment buildings, the proportion of persons living alone, the proportion of dwellings that are owned 1, and the proportion of the population who moved within the past five years|
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Relova, S.; Joffres, Y.; Rasali, D.; Zhang, L.R.; McKee, G.; Janjua, N. British Columbia’s Index of Multiple Deprivation for Community Health Service Areas. Data 2022, 7, 24. https://doi.org/10.3390/data7020024
Relova S, Joffres Y, Rasali D, Zhang LR, McKee G, Janjua N. British Columbia’s Index of Multiple Deprivation for Community Health Service Areas. Data. 2022; 7(2):24. https://doi.org/10.3390/data7020024Chicago/Turabian Style
Relova, Sharon, Yayuk Joffres, Drona Rasali, Li Rita Zhang, Geoffrey McKee, and Naveed Janjua. 2022. "British Columbia’s Index of Multiple Deprivation for Community Health Service Areas" Data 7, no. 2: 24. https://doi.org/10.3390/data7020024