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CPHA Panel: Public Health – Thinking Towards a System 3.0

Edmonton, Alberta
June 12, 2012

Public Health – Thinking Towards a System 3.0

12 June 2012 • 11:00-12:30

Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, AB • Salon 9

This panel is a third in an ongoing series at the CPHA conferences that examines how and why after new investments and greater focus on public health in Canada it still feels that public health is operating as a collection of parts rather than as a whole system.

Moderator

Garry Aslanyan, World Health Organization

Panelists

James Chauvin, Director, Policy Development, Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA)

André Corriveau, Chief Medical Officer of Health, Alberta Health and Wellness and Pan-Canadian Public Health Network Council provincial/territorial co-chair

Nancy Edwards, Scientific Director, CIHR-Institute of Population and Public Health (CIHR-IPPH)

Kim Raine, President, Alberta Public Health Association; Professor and CIHR/HSFC Applied Public Health Chair, School of Public Health, University of Alberta

Gregory Taylor, Director General, Office of Public Health Practice, Public Health Agency of Canada and Federal Co-Chair, Public Health Infrastructure Steering Committee, Pan-Canadian Public Health Network

 

Conference information: http://www.cpha.ca/en/conferences/conf2012.aspx