Gathering information

This includes various kinds of information:

Quantitative data

Exhaustive individual, anonymous and coded data such as Statistical Bulletins of Births and Deaths, Brussels breast cancer screening programme data

Individual, anonymous and coded data from regionally representative surveys, including the National Health Survey

Aggregated data from public or private institutions such as the Cancer Registry, the Federal Public Health Service (Clinical Basic Data Set), the National Institute for Sickness/Invalidity Insurance (INAMI), the Workplace Accident Fund (FAT), the Belgian Institute for Road Safety (IBSR), the Directorate-General for Statistics and Economic Information (DGSIE), etc.

Data from specific research or studies conducted by external researchers, whether or not in collaboration with the Observatory.

Qualitative data

Data from qualitative research

Information sourced from expert fieldworkers or associations.


Information regarding methodologies and processes for gathering quality data from various sources


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