CCHS


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CCHSCanadian Community Health Survey
CCHSCongenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome
CCHSCentral Catholic High School (Canton, Ohio)
CCHSCatholic Central High School
CCHSConcord-Carlisle High School (Concord, MA)
CCHSCleveland Clinic Health System
CCHSCherry Creek High School (Aurora, CO)
CCHSCopenhagen City Heart Study (Denmark)
CCHSClarke County High School (Berryville, Virginia)
CCHSCamden County High School
CCHSCulver City High School (California)
CCHSCalifornia College for Health Sciences
CCHSCypress Creek High School (Orlando, FL)
CCHSChristopher Columbus High School (various locations)
CCHSCumberland County Historical Society (Pennsylvania)
CCHSChampaign County Humane Society (Illinois)
CCHSCesar Chavez High School (Laveen, AZ)
CCHSCooper City High School (Cooper City, FL)
CCHSCentral Cabarrus High School
CCHSCentral Cambria High School (Ebensburg, Pennsylvania)
CCHSCitywide Council on High Schools
CCHSCalvin Christian High School
CCHSCape Coral High School (Florida)
CCHSCharlotte Catholic High School (Charlotte, NC)
CCHSCentral Crossing High School (Grove City, Ohio)
CCHSCurrituck County High School (North Carolina)
CCHSChristian Community High School (White House, TN)
CCHSChicago Christian High School (Chicago, IL)
CCHSChamblee Charter High School (Georgia)
CCHSChambly County High School (Saint Lambert, Quebec, Canada)
CCHSCheektowaga Central High School (Cheektowaga, New York)
CCHSCedar Creek High School
CCHSColorado Celtic Harp Society
CCHSCouncil of Community Health Services
CCHSCentral Commercial High School (New York)
CCHSCoconut Creek High School (Florida)
CCHSChristiana Care Health System (Wilmington, DE)
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Further classification of employment status, such as part-/full-time status, was not possible due to limitations in survey reporting in the 2003 CCHS.
Approximately 87 percent of CCHS respondents provided their government-issued health insurance number, which allowed their survey responses to be linked with administrative health data.
Methodological issues in analyzing small populations using CCHS cycles based on the official language minority studies.
The third article (Lebrun and LaVeist 2013) was published in Canadian Ethnic Studies and replicates the previous analysis of the health of Black and White Canadians in the CCHS.
For a more detailed discussion of how the sample weights were generated for the CCHS 1.
Edwards (2007) expanded Tjepkema (2006) by including two additional groups of variables including alcohol consumption and smoking status in his analysis using the Public-use Micro dataset from the CCHS 2.
BA: To raise funds for the organization, CCHS has put on a dinner theater re-enactment of the engagement party given by John Johnston for his daughter, Jane.
We restrict our attention to summarizing the findings from the first category of empirical studies since our study contributes to this category by developing additional evidence on the economic determinants of sport participation using data from the CCHS Cycle 1.
CCHS also offers dual credit programs in business and health science with Volunteer State Community College.
The CCHS is an annual survey containing information on health status, health care utilization and health determinants for the Canadian population greater than 12 years old.