Health Status Report: 2004

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The Health Status Report provides information on the health of the population in the Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region. This provides not only a “benchmark” about where the health of the population stands, but also serves as a basis for future health planning in terms of recognizing diverse needs associated with demographic structure, health status, health behaviours and prevention measures, and determinants of health.

The entire 2004 Health Status Report is available here in PDF format.

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Cover page

Acknowledgements – For information on the preparation of the report, where to obtain copies and the disclaimer, click here.

Executive Summary – For a summary of how the report was prepared and the important findings, click here.

Table of Contents

List of Figures

List of Tables

Message from the President and Chief Executive Officer

Message from the Medical Health Officer

Section 1: Introduction – For general information on the Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region, how this Health Status Report was prepared and how to use the document, click here.

Section 2: Demographics – For information on the demographics of the population, including projected growth rates and changes, click here.

Section 3: Health Status – For information on the current health status of the population, including birth rates, life expectancy, household composition and ethnicity, click here.

Section 4: Health Behaviours – For information on behaviours that affect health, such as tobacco use, alcohol consumption, nutrition and physical activity, sexual health, immunization coverage, breast examinations and set belt usage, click here.

Section 5: Determinants of Health – For information on Determinants of Health including income, housing affordability, social support networks, employment and education, click here.

Appendix 1: Data Sources – For information on the data used to prepare this report and a glossary of terms, click here.

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