The Healthy Children and Families department is part of Healthy Living within Population, Public and Indigenous Health. Their focus is preconception (before pregnancy) to children 18 years of age and their families.
This Pathway was developed to support clinicians, midwives and nurses in the early detection and effective management of obstetrical risks to support a healthy pregnancy. It provides quick and easy access to evidence-based, peer reviewed information, clinical decision tools, and links to provincial resources.
APHP is a longstanding provincial program within Alberta Health Services (AHS) that is dedicated to improving health outcomes of pregnant women and newborns through education, consultation, information management, research, and innovation.
A subdivision of Canada's Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), CPSS supports the efforts of all concerned with health in pregnancy and the health and well-being of infants, children and youth through a commitment to excellence in surveillance and research. This site provides links to useful reports, factsheets and surveys.
Cochrane Pregnancy and Childbirth is one of 53 Cochrane Review Groups. It maintains Cochrane systematic reviews of interventions that relate to pregnancy and childbirth, and up to 30 days following childbirth, as well as lactation. NOTE: The full text of Cochrane systematic reviews are available to AHS & Covenant Health physicians and staff through the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews in our Databases section.
e-LfH is currently developing and delivering over 150 e-learning programmes in partnership with the professional bodies such as Royal Colleges and associations, Department of Health policy teams and other arm's length bodies. You will need to create and sign onto a freely available OpenAthens account to access these learning programmes.
In this edited collection, academics, heath care professionals, and policy-makers examine the historical, political, and social factors that influence the health and health care of Indigenous, inner-city, and migrant populations in Canada. Available as print or ebook.