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Fast Facts, summary brochure of health reports, available


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The research and evaluation department of the Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information (NLCHI) publishes summary reports on health status, known as Fast Facts, throughout the year.

By NLHCI Staff

The research and evaluation department of the Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information (NLCHI) publishes summary reports on health status, known as Fast Facts, throughout the year. A sample Fast Facts brochure with a faxable order form was distributed with the print edition of Nexus and is also available online  (PDF). Any physician who would like copies of future Fast Facts publications sent to them electronically or hard copy can submit the fax form or email Kayla Collins.

The research and evaluation department is also available to assist with a variety of research needs of physicians, from answering requests for health information and providing customized reports, to statistical support, and helping individual’s with research methodology. Staff members are trained in applied health and epidemiological research methods, including both quantitative and qualitative research techniques. If you are interested in learning more about the services provided by the Centre’s Research and Evaluation Department, please email Kayla Collins  or call 709-752-6000.

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