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This brief fact sheet by the National Collaborating Centre for Indigenous Health provides information for First Nations, Inuit and Métis parents and caregivers to support the health and well-being of our children and teens during this pandemic. We hope your physical distancing and staying at home...

En 2017, le Comité fédéral-provincialterritorial (FPT) sur l’effectif en santé a demandé que le Groupe de travail des conseillers principaux en soins infirmiers

élabore une vision pour l’avenir des soins infirmiers au Canada qui pourrait profiter aux Canadiens et qui pourrait appuyer et renforcer...

In 2017, the Federal/Provincial/Territorial Committee on Health Workforce asked the Principal Nursing Advisors Task Force to develop a vision for the future of nursing in Canada that could benefit Canadians, and that could support and strengthen pan-Canadian health human resources planning. The...

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Health Canada has compiled a number of resources in an effort to provide clarity regarding the rules that apply for substance use disorder treatment or providing a pharmaceutical grade alternative to the toxic street supply in Canada, in the context of COVID-19.


This...

Too many First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples in Canada face alarming health inequities, subpar access to health care, and culturally discontinuous services — a legacy of the sociohistorical realities of colonialism and racism that included systematic suppression of traditional Indigenous health...

This chapter on research involving Aboriginal peoples in Canada, including Indian (First Nations), Inuit and Métis peoples, marks a step toward establishing an ethical space for dialogue on common interests and points of difference between researchers and Aboriginal communities engaged in research...