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Public Use Microdata Files (PUMF) and Discharge Abstract Database (DAD)

License Terms of Use

For UBC Library users

Research/Private Study

 

Yes

May I download or print a copy of the material(s) for UBC-related research or my own private study?

Class Handouts

 

No

However, a UBC faculty or staff member may be able to create persistent URLs (electronic links) to individual items for access by UBC students.  See information on creating persistent URLs for further details.

Print Course Packs

 

No

However, a UBC faculty or staff member may be able to create persistent URLs (electronic links) to individual items for access by UBC students.  See information on creating persistent URLs for further details.

Learning Management Systems

 

No

However, a UBC faculty or staff member may be able to create persistent URLS (electronic links) to individual items for access by UBC students.  See information on creating persistent URLs for further details.

e-Reserves

 

No

However, a UBC faculty or staff member may be able to create persistent URLs (electronic links) to individual items for access by UBC students.  See information on creating persistent URLs for further details.

Images

 

No

However, a UBC faculty or staff member may be able to create persistent URLs (electronic links) to individual items for access by UBC students. See information on creating persistent URLs for further details.

Persistent URLs

 

Yes

May I post a persistent URL (electronic link) to the material(s)?

Text and Data Mining

No

Systematic downloading or harvesting articles, citations, metadata (e.g. using citation managers such as EndNote or Zotero) is strictly prohibited. (You must contact lib-license@lists.ubc.ca. Permission is required or a Text and Data Mining Package should be purchased.)

 

Alumni Access

No

Alumni of the University of British Columbia are not considered authorized users of this resource and may not access and use the licensed materials.

For Libraries

Is interlibrary loan (ILL) allowed?

No

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

Notes
When citing information taken from the PUMF the citation must include this text: "This analysis is based on the Statistics Canada (Name of Database and/or Microdata file) (Reference Year). All computations, use and interpretation of these data are entirely that of (Name of Author(s) or Licensee)

When citing information taken from the DAD the citation must include this text: "Parts of this material are based on the Canadian Institute for Health Information Discharge Abstract Database Research Analytic Files (sampled from fiscal year 2009-10 and 2010-11). However, the analysis, conclusions, opinions and statements express herein are those of the author(s) and not those of the Canadian Institute for Health Information.

If your intended use is not covered here or you have additional questions about license permissions, please contact lib-license@interchange.ubc.ca.

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