Reducing Cancer and Chronic Disease Risk Among Albertans Living in Poverty - A Population and Public Health Partnership with Primary Care
We would like to recognize that our work takes place on historical and contemporary Indigenous lands, including the territories of Treaties 6, 7 & 8, and the homeland of the Métis. We also acknowledge the many Indigenous communities that have been forged in urban centerss across Alberta.
This work was reinforced by Alberta Health Services, Provincial Population, and Public Health programs funded through Alberta Health. [Grant # 10676]
The RIFS (Reducing the Impact of Financial Strain) project is a joint development between Population and Public Health, Primary Health Care, Indigenous Wellness Core, and the Alberta Medical Association. We gratefully acknowledge the work of our collaborating pilot sites: North Zone-Macleod River PCN-Whitecourt; Central Zone-Kalyna Country PCN-Vermilion and Viking; Edmonton Zone-St. Albert Sturgeon PCN – Morinville.