Most children with a mental health disorder are not receiving services to address their needs—according to a new study from researchers at Simon Fraser University’s Children’s Health Policy Centre. Their research was published this week in the journal Evidence-Based Mental Health.
B.C. wildfires are common during the summer months, resulting in poorer quality air. As air quality can change quickly due to warmer temperatures and smoke from wildfires, we are urging people in our communities to plan in advance to help minimize exposure to smoky air.
Proactive, frequent rapid testing of all students for COVID-19 is more effective at preventing large transmission clusters in schools than measures that are only initiated when someone develops symptoms and then tests positive, Simon Fraser University researchers have found.
In response to a temporary gap in pediatrician coverage at Peace Arch Hospital, Fraser Health is asking pregnant individuals requiring labour and delivery support to not proceed to the hospital during the period of July 8th to July 19th.
Today’s updated illicit drug overdose report by the Coroners Service shows B.C.’s deadly overdose crisis continues to claim far too many lives, while the NDP government fails to use every tool to help bring an end to the epidemic.