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Functional and Program Components
Annex A: ISHLCD Operational Matrix - Text equivalent

Implementation of the Integrated Strategy by PHAC is to be undertaken such that coordination and accountability run in two directions: across the 14 Program Components and across six Functional Components.

The 14 Program Components that comprise the Integrated Strategy run vertically along the left side of the Matrix, and are as follows:

  1. Coordination
  2. Healthy Living Fund
  3. Intersectoral Healthy Living Network
  4. Healthy Living Social Marketing
  5. Healthy Living Knowledge Development and Exchange
  6. Joint Consortium for School Health
  7. Mental Health
  8. Observatory of Best Practices
  9. Demonstration Projects for Integrated Chronic Disease
  10. International Collaboration
  11. Enhanced Surveillance for Chronic Disease
  12. Renewal of the Canadian Diabetes Strategy (non-Aboriginal elements)
  13. Cancer
  14. Cardiovascular Disease

The Functional Components run horizontally along the top of the Matrix, and are comprised of the following six core public health functions:

  1. Surveillance
  2. Knowledge Development, Exchange and Dissemination
  3. Community-based Programming and Community Capacity Building
  4. Public Information
  5. Leadership, Coordination and Strategic Policy Development, and
  6. Monitoring and Evaluation

The individual cell in the Matrix where the Functional and Program Components intersect is called an “element”.  There are 31 elements, presented according to their corresponding Functional Component first, and Program Component second:

I.5. Healthy Living / Risk Factor Surveillance

I.11. Enhanced Surveillance

I.12. National Diabetes Surveillance Systems

I.13. Cancer Surveillance

I.14. CVD Surveillance

II.5. Healthy Living Knowledge Development and Exchange

II.7. Mental Health

II.8. Observatory of Best Practices

II.9. Demonstration Projects for Integrated Chronic Disease Prevention

II.10. International KD & E

II.12. KD & E for Diabetes Prevention and Management

II.13. Cancer KD & E

II.14. CVD KD & E

III.2. Healthy Living Fund

III.12. Diabetes Community-based Programming and Community Capacity Building

III.13. Cancer Community-based Programming and Community Capacity Building

III.14. CVD Community-based Programming and Community Capacity Building

IV.4. Healthy Living Social Marketing

IV.7. Mental Health Media Literacy

IV.12. Diabetes Public Information

IV.13. Cancer Public Information

V.1. Integrated Strategy, Leadership and Coordination

V.3. Intersectoral Healthy Living Network

V.6. Joint Consortium for School Health

V.7. Mental Health: National Coordination for Strategy Development

V.9. Demonstration Projects

V.10. International Collaboration

V.11. Enhanced Surveillance

V.12. Diabetes Coordination

V.13. Cancer Leadership

V.14. CVD Leadership

VI.1. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.2. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.3. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.4. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.5. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.6. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.7. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.8. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.9. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.10. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.11. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.12. Monitoring and Evaluation

VI.13. Monitoring and Evaluation

I.14. Monitoring and Evaluation


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