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2006-465

This week, we have some letters to the editor along with a round up of comings and goings in the field of health promotion.

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volume: 
2006
number: 
465
pubdate: 
20060526
published: 
eid: 
465

New from the Best Start Resource Centre

Sections: 
  • Abuse During Pregnancy--The Best Start Resource Centre has
    revised the popular abuse  during pregnancy materials. To be
    available in English and in  French and released this
    spring.   
  • Have a Ball! Physical Activity Tool Kit Translated into
    French--The "Have a Ball! Physical Activity Tool Kit" includes a 
    variety of materials for promoting and delivering physical 
    activity opportunities for young children. Best Start has 
    translated the Kit into French and it will be available in the
    Spring.   

New Resource--Discussion of the Commission on Social Determinants of Health

Sections: 

Irwin A, Valentine N, Brown C, Loewenson R, Solar O, et al. 
(2006) The Commission on Social Determinants of Health: Tackling the
social roots of health inequities. PLoS Med 3(6): e106.

Irwin and colleagues discuss why the WHO has created the Commission on
Social Determinants of Health, which aims to strengthen health equity
by "catalyzing policy and institutional change to address the social
determinants of health within countries, among institutions working in
global health, and within WHO itself."

Canadian Active Living Fitness Circuit Charts

Sections: 

The new Canadian Active Living Fitness Circuit Charts by Thompson
Publishing can help you provide youth of all ages and abilities with
physical activity sessions that are safe and fun. The fitness charts
can cater cardiorespiratory and resistance routines to suit the needs
of participants regardless of their current fitness level. 
Leaders simply select the fitness charts that target the muscles they
want their participants to focus on, take them through the exercises
step-by-step, set the number of seconds or repetitions for each

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