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Michael Moffatt

Paediatrician, Professor, Community Health Sciences and Paediatrics and Child Health, UManitoba; Contributor, EvidenceNetwork.ca

Michael Moffatt is a Paediatrician and a Professor in both Community Health Sciences and Paediatrics and Child Health at the University of Manitoba. He was formerly the Head of the Department of Paediatrics and Child Health and Medical Director for the Child Health Program of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority. He is a Contributor to EvidenceNetwork.ca.
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Manitoba Needs To Put Its Children First And Invest In Change

In public health, infant mortality is often viewed as a marker for a society's development, and Manitoba consistently falls to the bottom. Poverty, limited education, historical trauma and colonization, to name just a few factors -- can be linked to both Manitoba's high rates of infant mortality and kids in care -- and puts children at risk for other negative health and social outcomes.
08/18/2016 11:57 EDT