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The World Health Organization recommends that government policy should aim to reduce disease and disability in those aged 65 and older by encouraging physical activity, social connection, healthy eating, access to healthy food choices, and risk reduction related to falls and injuries. With this in mind, the Seniors Health Public Health topic is available on the Canadian Best Practices Portal. We invite you to explore the data, strategies, guidance and systematic reviews available on this salient public health topic.
Upcoming WebinarsI am invited. Are you? An Innovative Breast Cancer Screening Project October 28, 2015 1:00-2:30 PM EST
This webinar will present key results and learnings from a project called 'I am invited. Are you?'. This multistrategic project involves a large-scale social marketing campaign intended to increase participation in a Breast Cancer Screening Program by women with low literacy and those from ethnocultural communities.
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