A new Canadian report explores what programs and services are making a difference to Aboriginal maternal and child health. The report, prepared by the Health Council of Canada, includes perspectives from those who provide care to Aboriginal women and children. The report includes highlights from regional consultations across Canada, including participant feedback on promising practices and stakeholder engagement. The report’s appendix includes a listing of promising practices discussed during the regional consultations.
The Health Council of Canada is an independent national agency created in 2003 by the First Ministers’ Accord on Health Care Renewal to provide a system-wide perspective on health care reform in Canada.
For more information, visit the Health Council of Canada website atwww.healthcouncilcanada.ca.