Related Reports

Winnipeg / Manitoba Reports

Although not produced specifically for CHA, the following local reports have been produced by the Research and Evaluation Unit or others and are of value to health planning for the Winnipeg Health Region.

Patterns of Mental Illness Disorder Diagnosis And Service Use: A Population-Based Study of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority.

Report on the Weight Status of Manitoba Children (Prepared and produced by the Public Health and Epidemiology Branch and Healthy Populations Branch of Manitoba Health and Healthy Living) 

Cancer Care Manitoba - Community Health Assessment 2010 (Prepared by CancerCare Manitoba)

A Profile of Women’s Health in Manitoba (Prepared by the Prairie Women’s Health Center of Excellence)

Aboriginal People in Manitoba (Prepared by Service Canada in co-operation with the Province of Manitoba)

Manitoba Center for Health Policy (MCHP) Reports

National Reports

The following reports contain information at a national level that may be of value in considering health planning for the Winnipeg Health Region.

The Human Face of Mental Health and Mental Illness in Canada 2006 (Prepared and produced by Government of Canada)

Canadian Perinatal Health Report: 2008 Edition (Prepared by Public Health Agency of Canada)

A Statistical Profile on the Health of First Nations in Canada (Prepared by Health Canada)

Reducing Gaps in Health: A Focus on Socio-Economic Status in Urban Canada (Prepared by Canadian Institute for Health Information)

Reducing Health Disparities – Roles of the Health Sector: Discussion Paper (Prepared by Health Disparities Task Group of the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Advisory Committee on Population Health and Health Security)

Links to Other Sites

Local Associations, Organizations and Government

Centre for Aboriginal Health Research, University of Manitoba

Institute of Urban Studies, University of Winnipeg

Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP)

Manitoba Health and Healthy Living

Prairie Women's Health Centre of Excellence

Social Planning Council of Winnipeg

University of Manitoba Centre on Aging

National Associations, Organizations and Government

Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI)

Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)

Centre for Health Promotion, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Toronto

Health Canada, Government of Canada

Public Health Agency of Canada

International Associations, Organizations and Government

World Health Organization

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