Fall 2019

MCHP Quarterly Highlights

Association between participation in the Families First Home Visiting programme and First Nations families’ public health outcomes in Manitoba, Canada: a retrospective cohort study using linked administrative data

Jennifer Enns, Mariette Chartier, Nathan Nickel, Dan Chateau, Rhonda Campbell, Wanda Phillips-Beck, Joykrishna Sarkar, Elaine Burland, Janelle Boram Lee, Alan Katz, Rob Santos, Marni Brownell

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Families First Home Visiting program plays an important role in supporting First Nations families in Manitoba. Connecting families to parenting resources in their communities and promoting vaccination.

Qualitative case study investigating PAX-good behaviour game in first nations communities: insight into school personnel’s perspectives in implementing a whole school approach to promote youth mental health.

Wu YQ, Chartier M, Ly G

A whole school approach to PAX-good behaviour game in First Nations communities could be a feasible way to promote mental health of First Nations youth.

More Publications

A population-based study of postfracture care in Manitoba, Canada 2000/2001-2014/2015.

Cui L, Lix LM, Yang S, Morin SN, Leslie WD.

Association of bone density monitoring in routine clinical practice with anti-osteoporosis medication use and incident fractures: A matched cohort study.

Maureen I. Heaman, Patricia J. Martens, Marni D. Brownell, Mariette J. Chartier, Shelley A. Derksen, Michael E. Helewa.

The Association of Inadequate and Intensive Prenatal Care With Maternal, Fetal, and Infant Outcomes: A Population-Based Study in Manitoba, Canada

Maureen I. Heaman, Patricia J. Martens, Marni D. Brownell, Mariette J. Chartier, Shelley A. Derksen, Michael E. Helewa.

Combining population-based administrative health records and electronic medical records for disease surveillance.

Al-Azazi S, Singer A, Rabbani R, Lix LM.

Differential item functioning of the SF-12 in a population-based regional joint replacement registry.

Yadegari I, Bohm E, Ayilara OF, Zhang L, Sawatzky R, Sajobi TT, Lix LM.

Ensuring Indigenous participation in research on the health and well-being of Indigenous Peoples.

Katz A, Brownell M.

Events within the first year of life, but not the noenatal period, affect risk for later development of inflammatory bowel diseases.

Bernstein CN, Burchill C, Targownik LE, Singh H, Roos LL.

Evaluating the Manitoba Infant feeding database: A Canadian infant feeding surveillance system.

Julia A. Paul, Joanne Chateau, Chris Green, Lynne Warda, Maureen Heaman, Alan Katz, Carolyn Perchuk, Lorraine Larocque, Janelle Boram Lee, Nathan Nickel

Fixed nodes of transience: Narratives of homelessness and emergency department use.

McCallum R, Medved MI, Hiebert-Murphy D, Distasio J, Sareen J, Chateau D

Fracture prediction from self-reported falls in routine clinical practice: A registry-based cohort study

Leslie WD, Morin SN, Lix LM, Martineau P, Bryanton M, McCloskey EV, Johansson H, Harvey NC, Kanis JA.

Fracture risk in women with breast cancer initiating aromatase inhibitor therapy: A registry-based cohort study.

Leslie WD, Morin SN, Lix LM, Niraula S, McCloskey EV, Johansson H, Harvey NC, Kanis JA

Higher health care use before a clinically isolated syndrome with or without subsequent MS.

MS. Marrie RA, Wijnands JMA, Kingwell E, Zhu F, Zhao Y, Ekuma O, Lu X, Evans C, Fisk JD, Tremlett H.

Impact of missing data on bias and precision when estimating change in patient-reported outcomes from a clinical registry.

Ayilara OF, Zhang L, Sajobi TT, Sawatzky R, Bohm E, Lix LM.

Latent tuberculosis treatment completion rates from prescription drug administrative data.

Plourde PJ, Basham CA, Derksen S, Schultz J, McCulloch S, Larcombe L, Avery Kinew K, Lix LM.

Parental atrial fibrillation and stroke or atrial fibrillation in young adults.

McAlister FA, Yan L, Roos LL, Lix LM.

From the Repository

MCHP is pleased to work with Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Services to make their electronic patient care reports and computer aided dispatch datasets available in the Repository.

Reports

The Health Status of and Access to Healthcare by Registered First Nation Peoples in Manitoba

Alan Katz, Kathi Avery Kinew, Leona Star, Carole Taylor, Ina Koseva, Josée Lavoie, Charles Burchill, Marcelo L. Urquia, Andrew Basham, Leanne Rajotte, Venkata Ramayanam, Jessica Jarmasz, and Susan Burchill

This report is the product of a strong and developing relationship between MCHP and the First Nations Health and Social Secretariat of Manitoba. It looks at health and healthcare use patterns of First Nations people living in Manitoba. The analyses provide comparisons between First Nations and all other Manitobans, comparisons between on and off reserve First Nations, and regional comparisons by Regional Health Authority and by Tribal Council Areas. It is the first study to use the Regional Health Survey which includes on-reserve First Nation peoples. The results demonstrate the widening gap between the health of First Nations and all other Manitobans and point to inequities in service provision.

The 2019 RHA Indicators Atlas

Randy Fransoo, Alyson Mahar, The Need to Know Team, Alexandrea Anderson, Heather Prior, Ina Koseva, Scott McCulloch, Jessica Jarmasz, and Susan Burchill.

Medical Measures measuring for % of people who have bed sores, reporting being in moderate to severe pain, do not get daily oral care, have depression and do not receive antidepressant therapy. Measures that make a personal care home feel like "home" private rooms, food options, flexible meal times, leisure activities, staff training

All RHAs in Manitoba are working to complete the 2019 cycle of comprehensive community health assessment reports. To produce their reports, the RHAs require region- and district-specific data on a range of key indicators of health status and health care use. This deliverable updates and refines key indicators from the 2013 RHA Atlas and incorporates new indicators from other reports, including a number of indicators of maternal and child health.

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