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The relevance of stages heuristics model to influence the development of healthy public policies

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I Introduction
II Background
III The policymaking process
IV Stages heuristic model
V Issue of relevance
VI Implication: Eight steps for developing healthy public policies workbook

--By Kim Bergeron, Health Promotion Consultant, Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario  

I Introduction

Smoking Cessation in Ontario: Increasing Cessation Rates by Increasing Quit Attempts

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I Introduction
II Smoking Cessation in Ontario
III A Population-based Model for Smoking Cessation
IV Opportunities to Increase Quit Attempts in Ontario
V Conclusion
VI References

-- Submitted by Steven Savvaidis, Manager, Program Training and Consultation Centre (PTCC)

I Introduction

Racial Justice Matters: Why Racism is a Public Health Issue

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I Introduction - Canada: A Post-Racial Society?
II Deconstructing Race, Racialization and Racism
III Avenues for Change - Public Health’s Role in Closing the Racial Health Divide
IV Conclusion
V References
VI Resources

--Submitted by Anjum Sultana

“Of all the forms of inequality, injustice in health care is the most shocking and inhumane.” - Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

I Introduction - Canada: A Post-Racial Society?

Letter from the Editors: October 2015 Federal Election Resources

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I Introduction
II Official Election Site
III The Parties
IV News and Information Sources
V Polling Sites
VI  Issues and Advocacy
VII Events
VIII Hashtags
 

I Introduction

Here is our usual collection of election-related resources for health promoters. This time, we're running the feature a month before the October 19 federal election -- we'll add new items as they arise.

II Official Election Site

Ever wonder whether policy makes a difference? Conduct an evaluation to find out

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I Introduction
II The Ten Steps
III Conclusion
IV References
V Additional Resources

--Submitted by Allison Meserve and Kim Bergeron, Health Promotion Consultants, Health Promotion Capacity Building Services at Public Health Ontario

I Introduction

Standard Alcohol Labels

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I Introduction
II Effectiveness of standard alcohol labels
III Current standard alcohol labelling policies internationally
IV Current Canadian research on standard alcohol labels
V Conclusion
VII References
VIII Resources

--Submitted by Jason LeMar, Health Promotion Consultant – Alcohol Policy, Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario

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