Explore the set of 59 life course indicators by Category, Data Source, or Domain (tabs) and click on the names to expand the section. Individual indicators are denoted by an ID number (e.g. LC-47) and include numerous details, such as a brief description, numerator, denominator, data source, similar measures in other indicator sets, and national comparison data, where appropriate. Throughout Fall 2013, AMCHP will continue to add PDF narratives for each indicator, which will include important notes on calculating the indicator as well as information on how the indicator aligns with the data and life course screening criteria.
Notice to users: The Online Indicator Tool is under construction for improvements. In the meantime, the full list of indicators can be downloaded below (see printer-friendly version and excel spreadsheet) and all of the available indicator narratives can be downloaded in pdf form from the Life Course Indicator Documents section below. If you have any questions, please contact Caroline Stampfel at email@example.com.
Download a printer-friendly version of the list of indicators
Download an excel spreadsheet to sort and explore the indicators on your own
Update: On June 18, 2014, a new version of the indicator spreadsheet was uploaded. Additions to this resource include national estimates for seven additional indicators and enhanced notes on calculations for seven indicators. One adjustment was made to an indicator definition (LC-51).
Technical Notes: On January 14, 2014 and December 12, 2013, AMCHP staff made a series of technical corrections and updates to components of the final life course indicators, including numerators and denominators, to further clarify their calculation and use. Updates to numerators and denominators were minimal and were mostly clarifications; the majority of the changes add information to the notes on calculation. These changes are now reflected in the online tool, excel spreadsheet, and printer-friendly versions. If you are concerned about how these changes may influence your calculation of the indicators, please contact AMCHP staff, who can supply you with the details of the specific changes.