Coveney, J. (2003). Editorial, Critical Public Health, Vol. 13, No.2, pp.99-105.
This editorial on the importance of studying food policy in public health is available at the above URL.
I Introduction and Definition of Community Food Security (CFS)
II CFS and Public Health
III Community Partnerships and Strategies for CFS
V References and Further Reading
- by Ellen Desjardins, MHSc., RD, Chair, OPHA Food Security Work Group
Based on the OPHA (Ontario Public Health Association) position paper, "A Systemic Approach to Community Food Security: A Role for Public Health" (available at http://www.opha.on.ca/ppres/2002-01_pp.pdf)
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"In December of 1999 the Prevention Unit within the Division of Preventive Oncology at Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) put out a request for proposals for a review of the literature on nutrition interventions and the primary prevention of cancer. The purpose of this review is to recommend best practices to support planning for food and nutrition interventions in the areas of programming, policy and media.