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Serious Reportable Events in Nova Scotia. Includes the following data fields: Year, Category, Subcategory, Year, Quarter, Quantity
Canadians are largely supportive of problem-solving approaches to crime, and most want offenders to have access to initiatives that seek to address the 'root causes' of crime based on an offender's unique needs. What we also found:
The majority of Canadians (88%) believe that the criminal justice system should promote problem-solving approaches to crime (58% show strong support. 30% moderate support). Seventy-five percent of Canadians expressed high or moderate (39% and 36% respectively) support the idea that problem-solving justice could reduce rates of re-offending compared with traditional methods of justice.
Reports about serious ADRs and MDIs can be important signals of emerging safety issues. Such post-market observations can also lead to improved safety information about a product.
The purpose of this guidance document is to provide hospitals with information that may be useful in achieving compliance with the federal regulatory requirement for hospitals to report serious ADRs and MDIs to Health Canada as outlined in section C.01.020.1 of the Food and Drug Regulations and section 62 of the Medical Device Regulations.
You can report any problems or adverse effects you have with breast implants to: Health Canada, the manufacturer and your health care provider.
This is a public health concern resulting in significant costs to the health care system as well as individual impacts on Canadians. Health Canada's monitoring of therapeutic product safety plays a vital role in public health and patient safety, providing health care providers and patients with the most up-to-date knowledge for decision making. It also provides Health Canada with information needed to monitor the benefit-risk ratio of products and act to protect Canadians where appropriate.
Instructions on Completing the Mandatory Medical Device Problem Reporting Form
Drug shortages can occur for any number of reasons and can result from problems at any point in the drug supply chain.
Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention in Canada: Research, Policy and Practice (the HPCDP Journal) is the monthly, online scientific journal of the Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Branch of the Public Health Agency of Canada.The journal publishes articles on disease prevention, health promotion and health equity in the areas of chronic diseases, injuries and life course health. Content includes research from fields such as public/community health, epidemiology, biostatistics, the behavioural and social sciences, and health services or economics.
The Legal Aid Survey was a Canadian Centre for Justice Statistics (CCJS)/Statistics Canada annual survey on revenues, expenditures, personnel, and caseload statistics associated with the administration and delivery of legal aid in Canada. The Legal Aid Survey was first conducted in 1983-84 and data was last published in 2016 (for fiscal year 2014-15). After the discontinuation of the Legal Aid Survey in 2016, the Department of Justice Canada (JUS) began data collection and reporting in-house. This is the third annual edition of this report.