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Death on the Streets of Canada

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I Introduction
II Death on the streets of Canada. Déjà vu.
III Conclusion and calls to action
IV Resources

A version of this feature originally appeared in a blog written by Cathy Crowe on rabble.ca (http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/cathycrowe/2015/01/death-on-streets-canada). The conclusion and resources have been provided by Tanya Gulliver-Garcia.

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Looking forward and looking back – reflecting on the past and coming years in health promotion part II

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I Introduction
II Is Health Promotion Still Alive and Kicking in Canada?
III Heart and Stroke Foundation Reflections 2014
IV Injury Prevention: Practice and Policy in 2014 and Beyond
V Ontario Public Health Association, Going from Random to Randir
VI Women’s Health Feels the Squeeze: The Closing of the Canadian Women’s Health Network

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Looking forward and looking back – reflecting on the past and coming years in health promotion part I

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I Introduction
II Association of Public Health Epidemiologists in Ontario (APHEO)
III Ontario Healthy Communities Coalition: Reflections on 2014 Themes
IV Building Healthy Public Policy: A Case Study of Effective Health Promotion
V The Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance of Canada (CDPAC) 2014 Year in Review
VI Health Nexus Reflects on Fiscal trends for Non-Profits and Health Promotion
VII 2014 – A Year of Politics

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Resources to increase knowledge and support the development of health-enhancing municipal by-laws

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I Introduction
II Overview of Resources for the Development of Municipal By-laws that Support Healthy Choices
III Conclusion
IV Resources
V References

Submitted by Kim Bergeron, Health Promotion Consultant, Health Promotion Capacity Building, Public Health Ontario

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Going beyond demographics: self-efficacy as a pivotal determinant in health communication and social marketing campaigns

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I Introduction
II Self-efficacy as pivotal determinant
III Self-efficacy in health communication and social marketing campaigns
IV Self-efficacy and physical activity
V Self-efficacy across lifespan
VI Conclusion

-- submitted by Sophie Rosa

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Online learning resources from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools -- (1) An effective way to promote and support skill development in evidence-informed practice and (2) Critical Appraisal of Research: Some resources

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Online learning resources from the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools -- (1) An effective way to promote and support skill development in evidence-informed practice

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I Introduction
II How are the modules used?
III Are the modules effective?
IV Conclusion

--Submitted by Jeannie Mackintosh, National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools

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