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Public health program evaluation best practices within the Canadian federal government [research project] / by Agate Stankiewicz.
Program evaluation findings are reported in evaluation reports as part of Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS) funding requirements and are key information used to ensure accountability for planned results. This ...
Knowledge, attitudes and barriers toward breast and cervical cancer screening of French and Aboriginal women in Timmins, Ontario / by Michelle Haavaldsrud.
"The primary objectives of the study were to explore Aboriginal women's current cervical health practices and cervical cancer screening (CCS) utilization, to identify Aboriginal women's knowledge and risk associated with ...
Nursing knowledge and methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus : implications for community health nursing in First Nations communities [research project] / by Cheryl A. Chisholm.
Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) has emerged as a serious nosocomial and community-associated pathogen in aboriginal people in Canada (Canadian Pediatric Society, 2005). A recent survey with First Nations ...
Situational analysis of the social and political factors that influence disease prevention and health promotion among new immigrants to Canada and to Manitoba specifically / by Meron Mahdere.
Immigration is ingrained in the fabric of Canada; it is part of Canada’s political, social and economic profile, and immigrants and their diverse contributions have shaped the land. In the past century, technology, ...
Enhanced TB surveillance efforts in British Columbia First Nation children : a framework for evaluation / by Shawna Buchholz.
Evaluation of programs and implications for public health for First Nations on-reserve children since discontinuation of Bacille-Calmette-Guerine (BCG) vaccine in 2003.
Use of scenario planning in public health : a tool for anticipating alternative futures for strategic planning [research project] / by Chad Ikert.
The environment of public health is unpredictable and constantly changing (Venable, Li, Ginter , & Duncan, 1993). As such, the use of strategic management techniques, notably those that deal with the analysis of the ...
Sexual transmission of hepatitis C virus / by Diana Gowanlock.
Globally, the prevalence of HCV is estimated by the World Health Organization (2003) to be 3% or approximately 170 million people and is anticipated to have a huge burden in future years on those infected as well as ...
Content analysis of Men's Health magazine : masculinity and health / by Tammem Chahal.
"Launched in 1987 as a health-oriented service magazine by founding editor Mark Bricklin, Men's Health has evolved into a lifestyle magazine for men, covering areas such as health, fitness, nutrition, relationships, travel, ...
Avian influenza the current state of affairs : the public health perspective in Canada / by Yvonne B. Kangong.
In light of Canada’s need to deal with respiratory infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, Avian Influenza and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), public health departments across the country have been challenged ...