MNO Healing & Wellness Completes Studies on Diabetes, Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease & Respiratory Disease
The Métis Nation of Ontario Healing and Wellness Branch’s Chronic Disease Surveillance Project (CDSP) is a groundbreaking health surveillance initiative focused on gathering Métis specific data on health and health care. Part of this project includes population based studies to determine the rate of chronic disease in Métis people in Ontario as well as outcomes from healthcare. These studies are achieved in partnership with the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES), a government supported scientific research institute dedicated to understanding illness rates and treatment outcomes. The findings will be useful in allowing the MNO to determine the health priorities of Métis people in Ontario as well as to develop and deliver health programs tailored to their specific needs.
The reports below are in PDF format:
Knowledge Translation Report