The Parkland Institute is an Alberta research network situated within the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta. It operates within the established and distinctive tradition of Canadian political economy and is non-partisan.
provides access to information and resources to help Access to information and resources to protect children and strengthen families. Includes wide range of topics from prevention to permanency, including child welfare, child abuse and neglect, foster care, and adoption...
A 10-year strategy that aligns with the Healthy Kids Alberta! Strategy’s expected outcome that, “more children, youth and their families have strategies, skills and tools to cope successfully with challenges, adjust positively to change, overcome obstacles, resolve problems and experience mental wellbeing.”
Canadians were asked a series of questions about mental health care, ranging from their understanding of what mental health care is and how it impacts the economy to questions around the diagnosis of mental illness, funding for mental health care and personal experience with mental illness.
The Peterson Center on Healthcare + the Kaiser Family Foundation monitor how well the U.S. healthcare system is performing in terms of quality and cost, providing clear, up-to-date information on trends.