Métis Centre Online Literature & Statistical Databases

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NHAO 2009 National Conference

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Métis Centre Online Literature & Statistical Databases

  1. 1. Métis Centre Online Literature & Statistical Databases Métis Centre of NAHO November 24, 2009
  2. 2. Métis Centre Literature & Statistical Databases • To serve as one-stop shop for Métis health and well-being information • Capacity building through information sharing, tutorials, glossaries • Wide variety of audience: Métis organizations, academics, federal and provincial government agencies, not for profit organizations, etc.
  3. 3. Métis Centre Literature Database • Métis-specific peer-reviewed and grey literature were scanned and annotated. • Currently, there are about 50 entries • An additional 25 will be added in two weeks
  4. 4. Métis Centre Statistical Database • Developed in partnership with Statistics Canada • Over 2000 tables relating to 300+ variables from the 2006 APS Adult Survey have been verified and released • 2x2 tables of frequencies and proportions • Numbers are broken down by age group, sex, province/territory, rural/urban and 6 select CMAs/CAs in separate 2x2 tables
  5. 5. Acknowledgements • Statistics Canada – Nancy Zukewich, Social & Aboriginal Statistics Division – Richard Hodgins & Dissemination group, Social & Aboriginal Statistics Division • Métis Centre – Conor McGuire – Brett Lamoureux – Lewis Barnaby

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