Healthy Canadians in 2010?

Millar, John S.
June 2000
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/27/2000, Vol. 162 Issue 13, p1823
Academic Journal
Comments on the need for the development of health information in Canada as of July 2000. Enhancement of health surveillance capabilities of Health Canada and funding of Health Information Roadmap Initiative; Health indicators to support the process; Need for a pan-Canadian process for developing health benchmarks; A similar approach undertaken in the United States which is called Healthy People 2010.


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