NB-IRDT is expanding research potential through pseudonymous, linkable data sets. Our repository includes a growing collection of data to meet diverse research needs.
We offer access to:
Researcher provided data
Data held at NB-IRDT is only accessible in the NB-IRDT secure labs to researchers with approved research projects.
We do our best to make sure data descriptions and reference material are as current as possible. In order to ensure access to the most recently available data, data sets may be listed before reference materials are ready. For questions about data sets please contact us.
The Canadian Chronic Disease Surveillance System (CCDSS) is a collaborative network of provincial and territorial surveillance systems, supported by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC). The CCDSS enhances the scope of data on chronic diseases in Canada and supports the planning of health resources and the development of health policies and programs. It collects data on all residents who are eligible for provincial or territorial health insurance and can generate national estimates and trends over time for over 20 chronic diseases.
NB-IRDT CCDSS Parkinson's dataset contains estimates of the incidence and prevalence of Parkinson's in New Brunswick patients.