Ontario Health Promotion E-Bulletin, OHPE Bulletin 321, Volume 2003, No. 321
Today's feature article combines two pieces on school health.
In the first, "Fostering Intersectoral Collaboration for School Health Programs," Karen Woods reports on a presentation from this year's Health Promotion Summer School in Toronto. Michelle Brownrigg contributed our second piece, "The Active Healthy School Communities Initiative." The report on this Ophea project shows concepts from Karen's article in action.
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Rapid Assessment and Action Planning Process: A Method and Tools to Enable Ministries of Education and Health Assess and Strengthen Their Capacity to Promote Health Through Schools
Deadline Extended: Research Consultant, Community and Neighbourhood Services Department, Public Health Division, City of Toronto