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Found 10 records similar to Patient satisfaction with community-based health care received in past 12 months, by sex, household population aged 15 and over, Canada, provinces and territories
This table contains 12096 series, with data for years 2000 - 2005 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years). This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (14 items: Canada; Newfoundland and Labrador ...) Age group (12 items: Total; 15 years and over; 20 to 34 years; 20 to 24 years; 15 to 19 years ...) Sex (3 items: Both sexes; Females; Males ...) Patient satisfaction, community-based health care (3 items: Received community-based health care in the past 12 months; Quality of community-based health care received rated as excellent or good; Very or somewhat satisfied with community-based health care received ...) Characteristics (8 items: Number of persons; Low 95% confidence interval; number of persons; High 95% confidence interval; number of persons; Coefficient of variation for number of persons ...).
This table contains 12960 series, with data for years 2000 - 2000 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years). This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (15 items: Canada; Prince Edward Island; Nova Scotia; Newfoundland and Labrador ...) Age group (12 items: Total; 15 years and over; 20-34 years; 20-24 years; 15-19 years ...) Sex (3 items: Both sexes; Males; Females ...) Patient satisfaction - community-based health care (3 items: Received community-based health care in past 12 months; Quality of community-based health care received rated as excellent or good; Very or somewhat satisfied with community-based health care received ...) Characteristics (8 items: Number of persons; Low 95% confidence interval - number of persons; High 95% confidence interval - number of persons; Coefficient of variation for number of persons ...).
The guidance identifies core personal and community-based public health measures to mitigate the transmission of coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
A national community-based program launched in 1993, funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada.
The Aboriginal Justice Strategy (AJS), now known as the Indigenous Justice Program, supports community-based justice programs that offer alternatives to mainstream justice processes in appropriate circumstances. Created to provide alternatives to the mainstream system, the Indigenous Justice program provides funding to communities through two categories: The Community-Based Justice fund and the Capacity-Building Fund. Community-Based Justice currently funds 197 community-based programs that serve over 750 communities.he objectives of the Community-Based Justice Fund component are:
to allow Indigenous people the opportunity to assume greater responsibility for the administration of justice in their communities;
to help reduce the rates of crime and incarceration among Indigenous people in communities with cost-shared programs; and,
to foster improved responsiveness, fairness, inclusiveness, and effectiveness of the justice system with respect to justice and its administration so as to meet the needs and aspirations of Indigenous people. The Capacity-Building Fund is designed to support capacity-building efforts in Indigenous communities, particularly as they relate to building increased knowledge and skills for the establishment and management of community-based justice programs.
Number of Disability Support Program participants currently in community-based living. Community-based living includes those whose primary placement is in Alternative Family Support, Developmental Residences, Flex Independent, Flex In Home, Group Homes, Independent Living Support, Supervised Apartment and Small Options Homes, etc.
We have developed a guidance for managing COVID-19. This guidance is for: health professionals who manage clinical care, and infection prevention and control within health care facilities, health professionals who develop public health advice, policies and programs, and a broad range of sectors, including: industry, youth and child care settings, community-based services (for example, services for homeless people), death services and faith community leaders.
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) launched the Vaccine Community Innovation Challenge on March 8, 2021, to seek creative ideas for community-based information initiatives. This is the Backgrounder for the Funding Recipients.
This funding is designed to protect Canadians from vaccine preventable disease by supporting our health partners in three priority areas: Build capacity of Health Care Providers as vaccinators and vaccination promoters; Support Community-based COVID-19 Education, Promotion and Outreach; and Build capacity for Evidence-Based Vaccination Communication. Also provides the currently funded projects and the completed projects.
Canadians are generally supportive of community-based sentencing; many feel that these sentences could have a number of positive impacts from reducing crime and increasing safety to greater efficiency in the criminal justice system.
What we also found:
After reviewing statistics on incarceration rates and who is incarcerated in Canada, over half of Canadians (55%) agreed that too many people were incarcerated (17% disagreed and 18% neither agreed nor disagreed)
Support for community-based sentences was much stronger for non-violent crimes.