Manitoba Centre for Health Policy News Archive
March 10, 2022 —
Dr. Marcelo Urquia has published a U.S. data study on whether marriage is associated with beneficial or detrimental health effects in mothers under age 18.
February 14, 2022 —
A new study shows hotspots of COVID-19 infections in Canadian cities across four provinces, linked to occupation, income, housing and proxies for structural racism
November 16, 2021 —
'This (study) is about understanding what’s coming in the next six months to years around what our health system will face the more these people who have had COVID infection may go on to long COVID'
September 29, 2021 —
Professor Emerita Dr. Noralou P. Roos is being recognized for unlocking the potential of big data systems analysis to clarify the social determinants of health, helping inform effective policies in support of universal health care
Meet Elizabeth Wall-Wieler, the new UM Canada Research Chair (CRC) in Population Data Analytics and Data Duration.
December 16, 2020 —
Improving outcomes for maternal and child health
September 22, 2020 —
Once thought of as a disease affecting mainly older adults, type 2 diabetes has been on the rise among younger people in Manitoba.
August 18, 2020 —
Manitoba has over 1,800 primary care providers caring for its population, which is remarkably close to what the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP) predicted would be needed by 2020 in a study released 15 years ago.
June 12, 2020 —
Robson Hall Law Professor, Dr. Lorna Turnbull, was a lead investigator along with Drs. Marni Brownell and Nathan Nichol on the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy (MCHP) study report “The Overlap Between the Child Welfare and Youth Criminal Justice Systems: Documenting “Cross-Over Kids” in Manitoba,” published this month.
April 8, 2020 —
The Manitoba Centre for Health Policy gives a sneak peek into some of the data it is eager to sort through
September 17, 2019 —
Research by U of M’s Manitoba Centre for Health Policy reveals the overall health of Manitobans is improving across province’s five health regions.