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This week’s infographic, published by Raising the Roof, asks an important question: who are the homeless in Canada?
This week’s infographic, created by Kaiti Stanton, looks at street nursing in Canada.
This week’s infographic, which appeared in the United Way Saskatoon & Area report, takes a look at the successes of the Journey Home program in Saskatoon. The program focuses on providing housing to Saskatoon’s most vulnerable citizens, many of whom have experienced chronic homelessness.
This week’s infographic, created by World Hepatitis Day, takes a look at using harm reduction as a tool to reduce the spread of hepatitis. Hepatitis is a disease characterized by the presence of inflammatory cells in the liver. While it is possible for hepatitis to occur with limited, and even no symptoms, hepatitis often leads to other diseases (ex: jaundice).
The below infographic, published by the City of Kingston in Ontario, draws figures from a survey on housing and homelessness in Kingston and Frontenac County. It has been estimated that 400 individuals are homeless in Kingston and Frontenac County. The infographic looks at perceptions that survey respondents have about individuals living in homelessness, as well as awareness of measures being taken to address homelessness.
The infographic below, produced by the United Way, takes a look at some facts about poverty in Calgary.
The health and well-being of children is strongly related to the environmental conditions that they grow up in. A growing body of research has found strong links between adverse childhood experiences and long-term negative effects on children across the lifespan. The term adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) is used to refer to potentially traumatic events that can have lasting negative effects on health and well-being.
Homelessness is a problem faced by municipalities, both urban and rural, across Canada. The below infographic, published by the Saint John Human Development Council, takes a look at state of homelessness in New Brunswick’s largest city.
Poverty and poor health outcomes are inextricably linked. The below infographic, published by the Evidence Network, takes a look at the prevalence of poor social and economic conditions in Canada, and the impact that these conditions have on health.