Improving Access to Health and Social Services for Quebec’s English-speaking Population: Development Priorities 2013-2018

Authors/contributors
Title
Improving Access to Health and Social Services for Quebec’s English-speaking Population: Development Priorities 2013-2018
Abstract
This report has been prepared at the request of the Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN). It is intended for presentation to Health Canada in the context of the renewal of the Federal Government’s commitments to official language minority communities (OLMCs) for the period 2013-2018. The report presents development priorities for the improvement of access to health and social services in English for Quebec’s English-speaking communities as identified by the personnel of organizations work- ing on this issue.
Institution
Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN)
Date
January, 2013
Pages
43
Language
en
Rights
You are not authorized to use or reproduce this work for any commercial purpose or to further distribute, perform, or alter works in any way without express permission of the owner of the copyright or proxy.
Citation
Udy, Michael, Kelly Howarth, Nathalie Kischuk, and CMA Medeiros. Improving Access to Health and Social Services for Quebec’s English-Speaking Population: Development Priorities 2013-2018. Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN), January 2013.
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Type

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Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN)

Founded:
2000

Constituents:
English-language health and social service sector organizations, foundations, etc. in the province of Québec

Website:
https://chssn.org

Activities:
Developing projects and partnerships that link community and public partners; strengthening networks at the local, regional and provincial levels on health determinants; working to influence public policy and develop services; publishing newsletters on health and outcomes research; supporting member organizations for primary health care, community development, and population health

Former Name:
none