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Built Environment and Active Transportation

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“The built environment can positively (or negatively) influence many public health issues such as physical activity, healthy eating, mental health, injury prevention, and health equity. The built environment is part of our physical surroundings and includes the buildings, parks, schools, …

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PEI School Nutrition Policy

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In June 2003, the three school boards began to develop new school nutrition policies with the assistance of the PEI Healthy Eating Alliance. Policy was developed using a broad-based consultative process which involved teams from 16 lead schools in the …

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Consider specific sources of evidence

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Bilingual publications about synthesizing evidence Institut national de santé publique du Québec (INSPQ) INSPQ has a good selection of bilingual reports about synthesizing evidence. Examples of topics include: Interventions in Canada that have contributed to a reduction in health inequalities; …

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Nutrition

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Healthy eating plays an important role in promoting health and helps to prevent obesity and chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and some cancers. Healthy eating relates both to the choices people make about what to eat and the broader …

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Food Security

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“Food security exists when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life.” World Food Summit, 1996. What you …

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School Health

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“Since most children spend the majority of their day in school, this setting has considerable potential to contribute to their overall health. Students can be taught about healthy behaviours and changes can be made in their surroundings to encourage positive …

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Drop the Pop

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Drop the Pop is part of a comprehensive, territorial health promotion strategy which aims to improve the health of school-aged children and their families through healthy eating and lifestyle choices including active living. It is an annual, month-long pan-territorial school-based …

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What’s New? 6

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Built Environment and Active Transportation The built environment can influence many public health issues such as physical activity, healthy eating, mental health, injury prevention, and health equity. In addition, it can help, or hinder, active transportation opportunities. Active transportation refers …

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What’s New? 2

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Seniors Health 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 …

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Adults and Children Together (ACT) Raising Safe Kids (RSK) program

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ACT-RSK program is a national anti-violence initiative that emphasizes the critical role that parents and other adults can play in providing an environment for young children that helps protect them from violence and injury. The overarching goals of ACT are …

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