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Canadian Heart Health

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Text and Data Mining


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For Libraries

Is interlibrary loan (ILL) allowed?


The license for this electronic resource does not allow interlibrary loans.

Section 9 (1) In any publication based on the Microdata files provided... shall use the following form of accreditation: "This analysis is based on the Canadian Heart Health Database 1986-92, which contains anonymized data collected in a coordinated series of Heart Health Surveys carried out in the ten Provinces of Canada between 1986 and 1992. The database was constructed by the Conference of Principal Investigators of Provincial Heart Health Programs from survey questions and clinical measures which were common to all surveys. All computations on these microdata were prepared by (Name Of User Organization) and the responsibility for the use of these data is entirely that of the author(s)

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