2011- 2012 First Nations Health Status Report

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In this year’s report, we shift our focus to the distribution of demographic trends among 
First Nations peoples living in Alberta, the factors that impact the health of individuals and 
communities, the health of mothers and children living in First Nations communities, and the 
profile of cancer occurrence, distribution and impact among First Nations peoples living in 
Alberta. Early in the next fiscal year, a supplement to this report will be issued to offer a more 
in-depth, contextualized analysis of maternal and child health among First Nations and non-First 
Nations in Alberta.

 

The 2011 - 2012 Health Status Report is here.

"In this year’s report, the focus is the distribution of demographic trends among First Nations peoples living in Alberta, the factors that impact the health of individuals and communities, the health of mothers and children living in First Nations communities, and the profile of cancer occurrence, distribution and impact among First Nations peoples living in Alberta. Early in the next fiscal year, a supplement to this report will be issued to offer a more in-depth, contextualized analysis of maternal and child health among First Nations and non-First Nations in Alberta."

Click here to see the full report.