The ODPRN has developed a series of interactive tools to provide accessible and comprehensive insights into various aspects of public health and drug-related issues in Ontario. Each tool draws from reputable and comprehensive data sources, ensuring accuracy and reliability. These interactive tools offer users the ability to explore and analyze complex data in user-friendly formats. The tools cover a diverse range of topics, including opioid use, drug utilization, harm reduction services, and other health indicators.
Users can navigate through these tools to visualize data in the form of graphs, maps, and charts. The tools offer the flexibility to customize views based on different parameters such as age, gender, geographic region, and time periods. This customization enables users to gain a deeper understanding of how various factors contribute to the presented trends. By utilizing these tools, policymakers, researchers, and the general public can gain a better understanding of evolving health challenges and make informed decisions.