In 2013 the six National Collaborating Centres for Public Health initiated a two-year project on Influenza and Influenza-Like Illness (ILI). As part of this collaborative project, the NCCAH produced three papers.

Two-Spirit is a term that encompasses a broad range of sexual and gender identities of Aboriginal peoples, including those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer (LGBTQ).

As part of a mental health series produced by the National Collaborating Centre on Aboriginal Health (NCCAH), authors Sherry Bellamy and Cindy Hardy explore post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), anxiety and depression among Aboriginal peoples in Canada.

Good oral health is vital for overall health and well-being. Two NCCAH fact sheets provide an overview of oral health for Aboriginal children and adults, describing common problems and prevention strategies.
The NCCAH is supporting the Vision Institute of Canada to raise national awareness about Aboriginal vision health.
NEW: Three vision health brochures now available in English, French, Cree and Ojibway. Inuktitut coming soon.
Visit NCCPH to find out more about the Collaborating Centres program and read the latest NCC E-Bulletin

See our Publications page for our fully searchable database of reports and more.
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