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NCCAH now hosting Métis Centre Databases

January 2013 – The NCCAH is pleased to announce support for the Métis Centre online resources, a website featuring two important databases focused on Métis health: a literature database and a statistical database. These resources were developed by the Métis Centre of the National Aboriginal Health Organization (NAHO). Following the closure of NAHO in 2012, the NCCAH entered into an agreement with the Métis Centre to ensure that these valuable resources remain available to researchers, policy makers, practitioners, and the general public. To learn more about how the two databases were developed, click here.

The Métis health literature database contains annotated citations of peer reviewed articles and grey literature relating to Métis health and well-being published between 1980 and 2010. Where possible, links are provided to full documents. The database is searchable by keyword and by research topic, population, and reference type.

The Métis statistical database is built on Statistics Canada census data selected for relevance to the Métis population. Statistical tables and maps are searchable by keyword and/or age group, province or territory, rural or urban population, census metropolitan area (CMA) or census agglomeration (CA), and sex. Four survey sources are available: Aboriginal Children’s Survey, Aboriginal Peoples Survey (Children & Youth) 2006, Aboriginal Peoples Survey 2006, and Census 2006. The statistical databases may also be browsed by topic.

Other sections of the website feature useful tips on searching and using the Métis Centre online resources and cartoon-based E-learning tutorialsdesigned to help users understand and make use of statistical information. Tutorials cover the importance of statistics, statistical measures and concepts, types of research, interpreting statistics, searching for statistical tables in the database, and an introduction to basic statistical techniques and overview of the Métis Centre databases.