Income is one of the most powerful determinants of health, and intervening can have a profound impact.
Individuals living with financial strain typically have worse health outcomes.
It can be challenging to address the health impacts of living with financial strain, both for health providers and communities.
Reducing the Impact of Financial Strain (RIFS): A Population and Public Health Partnership with Primary Care to Reduce the Risk of Cancer and Chronic Disease project is a ground-breaking collaboration that will support primary care screening for, and responding to, financial concerns among patients; strengthening linkages to community services; and building capacity to address gaps.
The project partners are the Population, Public and Indigenous Health Strategic Clinical Network PPIH SCN ™, Primary Health Care Integration Network, and the Alberta Medical Association.
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