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Healthy Child Development

Designing health promotion approaches to high-risk adolescents through formative research with youth and parents.

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Type of Resource: Article
Source: Public Health Reports. 1993: 108(Suppl. 1):68-77. (10 ref)
Author: US Administration for Children, Youth and Families. Federal Advisory Panel on Health Promotion Strategies for High-Risk Youth.
 

Community Assessment of Homeless Youth

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NOTE: Melanie Ebos writes this week's feature. Melanie is a graduating Occupational and Public Health student (a.k.a. Environmental Health Program) at Ryerson Polytechnic University. This community assessment/situational analysis was done in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the course ENH 816 - Health Promotion: Planning and Evaluation. Melanie participated in the February 1999 Charette on Street Youth in Toronto, with about fifty students from eight discipline-specific schools within the Faculty of Community Services. (This feature is seven pages long, including 8 references and could be obtained from Lorraine Telford who taught the course [email protected])

Promoting Physical Activity in Ontario

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A. Introduction

B. Current Initiatives

i) Canada on the Leading Edge

ii) Getting Ontarians Active

iii) 5 settings for provincial partnerships

C. Local Champions



This feature has been prepared by Nancy Dubois, ALCAP Community Facilitator

E-mail: [email protected]

Together for Healthy Kids Conference: A Model of Collaboration

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June 24 - 28 1998

Joint Conference - Can. Pediatric Society & OPC-COIP

Hamilton Convention Centre, Hamilton ON
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