Are there differences between the rate of heart attacks for First Nations, Inuit and Métis and the rate for others in Canada? In treatment-related factors and outcomes? Explore these and other issues in the newest report from CIHI's Canadian Population Health Initiative (CPHI), Hospital Care for Heart Attacks Among First Nations, Inuit and Métis.
In addition to the findings from the data analysis, the report includes the results of a scan of Canadian interventions that identify promising approaches to health service delivery that support Aboriginal populations in dealing with chronic disease.
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