Related Resources: List of injury database websites


National Mortality Databases:

National Morbidity Databases:


Other useful reports:


  1. Pike I, Richmond S, Rothman L, Macpherson A (eds.) (2015). Canadian Injury Prevention Resource. Parachute, publisher: Toronto, ON.
  2. Pike, I., Piedt, S., Warda, L., Yanchar, N., Macarthur, C., Babul, S., Macpherson, A. (2010). Developing injury indicators for Canadian children and youth: a modified-Delphi approach. Injury Prevention, 16, 154-160. doi:10.1136/ip.2009.025007
  3. National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools. (2014). Evidence-Informed Public Health. National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools. Retrieved from: index-eng.html
  4. Parachute. (2015). The Cost of Injury in Canada. Parachute: Toronto, ON
  5. Statistics Canada. (2016). Vital Statistics – Death Database. Retrieved from:
  6. Statistics Canada. (2016). The Coroner and Medical Examiner Systems. Retrieved from:
  7. Canadian Institutes for Health Information. (2016). Discharge Abstract Database. Retrieved from:
  8. Canadian Institutes for Health Information. (2016). National Ambulatory Care Reporting System. Retrieved from:
  9. Public Health Agency of Canada. (2016). Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program. Retrieved from:
  10. Statistics Canada. (2016). Canadian Community Health Survey. Retrieved from:
  11. Statistics Canada. (2016). National Longitudinal Survey of Children and Youth. Retrieved from:
  12. World Health Organization. Table – Disease and injury regional mortality estimates, 2000 – 2012, World Bank income groups. Retrieved from: disease/estimates/en/index1.html