Dataset BC Perinatal Data Registry (BCPDR)

Name:
BC Perinatal Data Registry (BCPDR) 
Data Provider (source):

Perinatal Services BC

 
Description:

The BC Perinatal Data Registry (BCPDR) captures maternal, fetal, and neonatal data for an estimated 99% of all births that occur in BC. The BCPDR captures data for both the mother (delivery episode, postpartum transfer/readmissions ≤42 days) and the baby (baby newborn episode, baby transfer/readmissions ≤28 days). 

 
Purpose:
supports health care providers, leaders, researchers, and policymakers in their work to improve maternal, fetal, and neonatal health.  
Type of Data (select all that apply):
Health Care and Health Services 
Data Collection Method (select all that apply):
Individual Level Data, Administrative Data 
Scope:
Provincial 
Identifiers used for linkage:
Personal Health Number, First Name, Date of birth, Gender 
Access requiredments and conditions for Researchers and Projects:

Access Requirements and Conditions for the Researcher:

  • Details on the requirements for data access via PopData BC are available here: https://www.popdata.bc.ca/dataaccess/rdaf

Access Requirements and Conditions for the Research Project:

Access Process:

 
Contact:
Population Data BC’s Data Access Unit: dataaccess@popdata.bc.ca 
Inclusion:

n/a

 
Exclusion:

n/a

 
Data is available from:
April 1, 2000 - March 31, 2017 
More Information (including references):

Additional information is available on PopData’s website: https://www.popdata.bc.ca/data/health/PSBC

 
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