First Nations health status report - Alberta region : H26-4E
Presents an overview of the health of the First Nations in Alberta. Includes trends in life expectancy, deaths from various causes such as injuries, heart disease, cancer, and respiratory illnesses; communicable disease control measures such as immunization coverage rates among preschool and school-age First Nations children, pandemic and seasonal influenza vaccine coverage, tuberculosis, sexually transmitted infections, and other notifiable disease incidence rates; and environmental public health activities to ensure safe drinking water and healthy indoor environments as efforts are carried out to assess and mitigate risks in the First Nations communities.
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|Department/Agency||Canada. Health Canada. First Nations and Inuit Health Branch.|
|Title||First Nations health status report - Alberta region|
|Publishing information||Edmonton - Alberta : Health Canada.|
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|Subject terms|| Aboriginal peoples |
|Issues|| 2011-12: |
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