The three RHS national survey instruments address a comprehensive range of health status, wellness and health determinant measures. Here are the themes we questioned about.
Indigenous Intelligence. Have We Lost Our Indigenous Mind? Learn more here.
In 1996, the Assembly of First Nations Chiefs Committee on Health mandated that a First Nations health survey be implemented every four years across Canada. Learn about the result here.
This booklet highlights results from the First Nations Regional Longitudinal Health Survey (RHS) 2002/03 National Report.
Explore results from RHS 2002/03.
Read the independent review of the RHS 2002/2003 prepared by the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development.
Explore our RHS 2002/03 Child Questionnaire
Explore our RHS 2002/03 Youth Questionnaire
Explore our RHS 2002/03 Adult Questionnaire
Explore the national results of RHS Phase 2 (2008/10)
Explore our RHS 2008/10 Community Questionnaire
Explore our RHS 2008/10 Child Questionnaire
Explore our RHS 2008/10 Youth Questionnaire
Explore our RHS 2008/10 Adult Questionnaire.
This report is the culmination of five years of hard work by thousands of passionate, dedicated people working in a variety of capacities, including survey coordination, management, and development led by the staff of FNIGC’s national offices, and survey deployment, coordination and data gathering led by our Regional Partners.
This report presents an overview of descriptive analyses from the 2015–16 First Nations Regional Health Survey (RHS), carried out on Mi’kmaq communities of Nova Scotia .
Drawing on historical and contemporary sources, this paper provides an overview of First Nations perspectives on efforts within the Canadian context to identify First Nations individuals, communities, and Nations in official statistics and other data and ongoing First Nations assertion of data sovereignty.
FNIGC is a pioneer in not only collecting First Nations information, but protecting it as well. Learn how!