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This is a statistical report on Lung Cancer in Prince Edward Island. It is one report in a series that is being developed to provide a meaningful look at the four most frequently diagnosed cancers in PEI (lung, colorectal, breast and prostate cancers).
This document outlines the Ethics Framework for Health PEI, which includes a Health PEI Clinical and Organizational Ethics Committee and the PEI Research Ethics Board. The Ethics Framework links the values of Health PEI to the decisions made by the management, staff and physicians who work within...
The accreditation report describes the findings of the organization's survey by Accreditation Canada. Identified areas for improvement in this report will support the organization to continue to improve quality of care and services for Islanders.
The Health PEI Nursing Strategy: 2017-2020 sets direction for nursing within the province’s publically funded health care system.
The Health Governance Advisory Council was asked to make recommendations regarding the governance of the health care system to support the Province’s vision of One Island Community, One Island Health Care System. The Council’s report sets out the background and context for the Council’s work, and a...
The Medical Staff Bylaws are intended to promote consistency across the province where required by legislation or ministerial direction, while providing flexibility in organizational structural issues so Health PEI can address individual facility circumstances and needs.
This report outlines a comprehensive review of obstetrics and gynecology services across Prince Edward Island.
This document describes an integrated chronic disease prevention and management framework that serves as an overarching approach to guide chronic disease care in Prince Edward Island. Stemming the Tide is guided by nine principles that focus on prevention, evidence-based clinical practice...
The PEI Integrated Stroke Strategy summarizes investigative findings on ways and means to improve stroke prevention and care for all Islanders.