Interventions

The Best Practices Section of the Portal is a searchable list of chronic disease prevention and health promotion interventions which provides program planners and public health practitioners with easy and immediate access to successful public health programs, interventions and policies that have been evaluated and have the potential to be adapted and used.

Featured Interventions

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    The Canadian Best Practices Portal includes three types of interventions: Best Practices, Promising Practices and Aboriginal ‘Ways Tried and True’. Search Term: Matchone or moreallof the selected categories. Intervention Type Best and Promising Practices Promising Practices A Promising Practice is …

  • Child FIRST

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    Child FIRST (Child and Family Interagency, Resource, Support, and Training) helps struggling families build strong, nurturing relationships that heal and protect young children from the devastating impact of trauma and chronic stress. The Child FIRST Intervention was designed to span …

  • Sioux Lookout Zone Fluoride Varnish Program Baby teeth – keep them beautiful with fluoride varnish

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    The Sioux Lookout Fluoride Varnish Program is a community-based oral health promotion program designed to reduce early childhood caries among 6 months to 5 years old Aboriginal children. Community-based nutrition educators provide oral health counseling to prenatal and new mothers …