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Audience: General Public Health Care Professionals

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November 20, 2018

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Social isolation is a silent reality experienced by many seniors, and particularly LGBTQ seniors. This resource is intended to heighten awareness and sensitivity and help organizations, friends, family members, and communities address the particular social needs of these seniors. This resource is...


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November 20, 2018

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Social isolation is a silent reality experienced by many seniors, and particularly new immigrant and refugee seniors. This resource is intended to heighten awareness and sensitivity and help organizations, friends, family members, and communities address the particular social needs of these...


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November 20, 2018

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Social isolation is a silent reality experienced by many seniors, and particularly Indigenous seniors. This resource is intended to heighten awareness and sensitivity and help organizations, friends, family members, and communities address the particular social needs of these seniors. This...


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August 31, 2017

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This report is an evaluation of the psychosocial supports offered during the response and recovery of the 2016 wildfire in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo (RMWB). The report is based on lessons from previous disasters locally, nationally, and internationally, as well as the experience...


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February 1, 2016

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This report compares publicly funded drug programs across Canada and determines where Alberta fits in comparison to the other provinces/territories with respect to its publicly-funded drug plans, drug access, expenditures, and patient-borne out-of-pocket costs.


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February 1, 2014

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GAP-MAP was designed to inform Alberta's Addiction and Mental Health Strategy. Generally, the approach of most governments to developing strategic priorities has emphasized consultations, discussions, and priority-setting exercises. The approach taken in GAP-MAP was to demonstrate the value of a...


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November 1, 2009

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Alberta Health and Wellness released a new Continuing Care Strategy - Aging in the Right Place in December of 2008. One of the initiatives identified in this strategy was the development of a health technology roadmap which would inform the Government of Alberta about the current state of...