This brief looks at the need to improve the state of youth mental health in the province. It outlines the concept of resilience and the improvement of protective factors as a potential avenue to improve youth mental health.
This brief looks at variability in health service quality in the province and describes the need for an effective provincial accountability framework.
The Health System Report Card measures the quality of health services delivered in New Brunswick, by sector of care and by dimension of quality. The 2014 edition was the fifth edition of the report card.
This report presents the results of the NBHC's 2014 primary health survey, which aims to understand New Brunswickers' experiences with primary health services at the community level.
The Population Health Snapshot presents key indicators on the health status, determinants of health, demographics, chronic health conditions and hospital admissions of all seven New Brunswick health zones. This year also includes an analysis of the top 10 causes of avoidable mortality (deaths before age 75 from preventable or treatable causes) in New Brunswick and health zones.
This report, based on the Child and Youth Rights and Well-being Framework, is a provincial monitoring tool that seeks to improve the well-being of all children and youth in New Brunswick.
These four fact sheets outline four key areas affecting the health of children and youth in New Brunswick. The key areas are aligned with the population health priorities that were outlined in the NBHC’s 2011 Recommendations to the Minister of Health.