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2016 Annual Report

The annual report is an overview of some key community initiatives that took place in 2016, such as enhanced mosquito surveillance, school immunizations and suspensions and Take Charge Windsor-Essex, along with accountability indicators, financial data, and messages from Dr. Kirk and Dr. Ahmed.

Les enfants sont importants : Évaluation des lacunes en matière de surveillance de la santé des enfants et des jeunes pour les bureaux de santé de l'Ontario

Des chercheurs des bureaux de santé de l’Ontario ont cerné des lacunes importantes relativement aux données sur la santé chez les enfants d’âge scolaire et les jeunes de l’Ontario. Ces constatations découlent d’un projet de recherche échelonné sur un an qui avait pour but d’examiner le besoin d’avoir accès à des données de qualité pour surveiller la santé des enfants et des jeunes en Ontario. Cette étude a été financée par Santé publique Ontario dans le cadre du programme Projets locaux et menée à bien par des professionnels de la santé publique et d’autres experts dans le domaine de l’évaluation de la santé des enfants et des jeunes. Aujourd’hui, ils rendent leurs constations publiques dans un rapport intitulé Les enfants sont importants.

Children Count: Assessing child and youth surveillance gaps for Ontario public health units

Researchers from Ontario public health units have identified important gaps in health data for Ontario’s school age children and youth. The findings are the result of a year-long research project examining the need for quality data to monitor the health of children and youth in the province of Ontario. The study was funded by Public Health Ontario as part of the Locally Driven Collaborative Projects (LDCP) program, and organized by public health professionals and other experts in the area of child and youth health assessment. Today they have released their findings in a final report called Children Count.

2015 Annual Report

The Annual Report is a quick review of some key community initiatives that took place in 2015, such as the radon awareness campaign, the Remington Park cancer cluster investigation, and the mass STI testing events. The document also contains some key program and service statistics, our funding breakdown, and the names of the individuals who served on the 2015 Board of Health. The document is interactive and can be read on a mobile, tablet, or desktop device. We’ve also made a PDF version available for those who wish to download and print it.