First Nations and Inuit Health Program Compendium 2011-2012 and Addendum
The First Nations and Inuit Health Program Compendium 2011/2012 provides information about health-related programs and services available to First Nations and Inuit. The compendium includes program descriptions; program elements, goals and objectives; and information about different types of service providers and their qualification requirements.
First Nations and Inuit Health employees--at headquarters and in the regions--use the compendium to better understand funding model restrictions, the reallocation of funds and the reporting requirements that are needed when entering into an agreement with a recipient.
First Nations and Inuit communities can use the compendium to better understand the objectives of the various programs and services being delivered in their community, either directly by Health Canada staff or through contribution agreements.
The compendium can also be used as a reference by recipients when developing their multi-year work plans and/or health plans.
There have been updates to the Program Compendium since it was originally published. When you order a copy, you will receive:
- "First Nations and Inuit Health Program Compendium 2011-2012" in Portable Document Format (PDF)
- Addendum - accompanying document with updated information in PDF
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