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COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR FIRST NATIONS IN ALBERTA

 

COVID-19 report for First Nations

 

Weekly Updates from the Alberta Health (AH) Epidemiology and Surveillance Team (pre-April 2021 updates have been archived)

AH update Apr 07, 2021

NEW this week - immunizations!

AH update Apr 14, 2021

AH update Apr 22, 2021

AH update Apr 28, 2021

AH update May 05, 2021

AH update May 12, 2021

AH update May 19, 2021

AH update May 26, 2021

AH update Jun 02, 2021

AH update Jun 09, 2021

AH update Jun 16, 2021

AH update Jun 23, 2021

AH update Jun 30, 2021

AH update Jul 07, 2021

AH update Jul 14, 2021

 

USEFUL RESOURCES TO HELP YOU UNDERSTAND COVID-19

 

Ninja Nerd Science: COVID-19: Coronavirus

Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, Diagnostics

Treatment, Prognosis, Precautions

Epidemiology, Pathophysiology | APRIL UPDATE

How is Coronavirus Diagnosed | APRIL UPDATE

 

Corona Virus|COVID-19 Coverage by Dr. Mike Mike Hansen, MD, is a medical doctor who is an internist, an intensivist, and a pulmonologist. In other words, he specializes in (and is board certified in) internal medicine, critical care medicine, and pulmonary disease.


 
OPIOID REPORT
Healing the Whole Human Being - Realist Review of Best Practices and Contextual Factors for Preventing & Treating Opioid Misuse in Indigenous Contexts in Alberta is now available HERE!

 

Welcome to the Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre!

The Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre (AFNIGC) will promote, protect and advance the First Nations´ Ownership, Control, Access and Possession (OCAP®) principles, the inherent right to self-determination and jurisdiction in research and information management.


The AFNIGC represents the culmination of a 20-year process to strengthen First Nations control and capacity in ethical and relevant processes for research; and the collection, utilization, and storage of data. The AFNIGC´s Board of Directors is responsible for governance over these processes and, in particular, for the continuation of the First Nations Regional Health Survey (RHS) and the new First Nations Regional Education, Employment and Early Childhood Development Survey (FNREEES).

The AFNIGC is the regional satellite/centre for the National FNIGC who´s mission statement is: "Founded on First Nations principles, the FNIGC is a premier indigenous model of research and data excellence for the well being of our Peoples and Communities."

The roots of the FNIGC go back 17 years, to the birth of the First Nations Regional Health Survey, or RHS. The RHS has built a solid record of independent research and has become the gold standard of information about the lives of people living in First Nations across Canada.

A Resolution was passed in January 2010 by Alberta First Nations Leadership at the Assembly of Treaty Chiefs (AoTC) in support of the development of a regional satellite of the National FNIGC. The AFNIGC was established by First Nations to meet Alberta First Nations Information Governance needs - with accountability back to Leadership.


Our organization strives to facilitate the exercise of First Nations jurisdiction and greater ownership, control, access, and possession (OCAP®) of First Nations data and information.

AFNIGC facilitates OCAP® principles by:

  • Increasing the impact of research and information that measures the state of First Nations health and wellbeing;
  • Providing sound governance and oversight to research initiatives and specialized surveys;
  • Providing stewardship of data; and
  • Building the individual and systemic capacity for respectfully engaging in data collection, analysis and utilization through professional development, training and tools, standards of excellence, and access to equitable funding.