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This program provides funding to cancer prevention and screening initiatives, including research, education and public policy development.
Health evidence reviews and research influences new health technologies and services and optimizes existing ones.
Health Information Standards Committee for Alberta (HISCA) oversees development of data and exchange standards used in the health system.
Administrative health data for research, planning, and projects can be requested, in addition to available online health data.
Health standards and guidelines for bed and breakfast, barbering, dishwashing, food retail, housing regulation, pools, tattooing and more.
An investigation is underway to study the elevated rates of three types of cancer in the Homesteader area of northeast Edmonton.
Health data and statistics on various health topics — demographics, mortality, disease, and more in data table, dashboard or map formats.
Requirements for personal services businesses that will improve customer safety, prevent injuries and infections and reduce red tape.
Learn about the Health Professions Act (HPA) and the regulatory colleges that govern health professions and health professionals in Alberta.
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