Ontario Health Promotion E-Bulletin, OHPE Bulletin 285, Volume 2002, No. 285


This week's feature by Dianne Patychuk and former OHPE assistant Sandi Kendal reports on Dianne's session from this year's Health Promotion Summer School: "this toolbox offered frameworks and tools that linked social epidemiology with community knowledge to plan community actions to reduce unjust and avoidable health and social inequalities."

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