Palliative care locations among Canadians 2016-2017, by cancer diagnosis

This statistic depicts the proportion of Canadians that received palliative care in the last year of life from 2016-2017, by cancer diagnosis. According to the data, among those with cancer who received palliative care in the last year of life, 50 percent received care in a home care setting.

Proportion of Canadians who received palliative care in the last year of life in select locations in 2016-2017, by cancer diagnosis

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Source

Release date

June 2018

Region

Canada

Survey time period

2016 to 2017

Supplementary notes

Excludes Quebec.

The numerator is those who received palliative care in the last year of life in the setting of care where they died. The denominator is all those with a record of death by stated setting of care (e.g., home care clients with a home death, long-term care residents with a long-term care death).

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