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A graph of the incidence of Chlamydia in PEI from 2008 to 2017, stratified by age.
A graph of the proportion of Chlamydia cases in PEI 2008-2017 stratified by sex.
The Chief Public Health Office is mandated by the Public Health Act and the Notifiable Diseases and Conditions and Communicable Diseases Regulations to control certain communicable diseases in PEI. The Communicable Disease Program contributes to this mandate through policy development, disease...
The Health Care Futures Program exposes students to health care fields in Prince Edward Island. Students will be hired to work in the public health care sector, in fully licensed private long term care and community care facilities alongside health professionals. Students have the opportunity to...
An Alzheimer Awareness Month colouring contest is open to all Prince Edward Island children, age 12 and under. Submit your colouring sheet by January 31, 2019 to be entered in a prize draw. , Drop-off Locations, Drop off your colouring sheet at any of these locations: Queen Elizabeth Hospital...
Alzheimer disease affects not only individuals diagnosed, but also their families, friends and communities. This January, during Alzheimer Awareness Month, Islanders are encouraged to learn more about Alzheimer’s and dementia, join the #LetsTalkMemory campaign, and help spread awareness and...
Complete this form to indicate your Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
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Complete this form to register for EMT National Licensing exams.
Cannabis - legal or otherwise - is a hot topic. Parents who provide their kids with balanced information about the effects associated with cannabis can help them make informed decisions. 1 Public safety and health protection, especially for children and youth, was a key priority in determining...