III If you build it, will they sweat?
IV How do people feel about active parks?
V Can we increase the use of active parks in small cities?
VI Research to implementation: The Nicholas Sheran Family Outdoor Gym
Submitted by Anne Rucchetto
How to best extract, procure, and sustain a supply of safe and affordable energy is one of the most crucial preoccupations facing this generation. The threat of a looming energy crisis, driven by the precipitating challenges of climate change, presents an unique opportunity to policy-makers, environmentalists, healthcare providers, and all engaged citizens—as we try to find viable solutions to our current energy needs while maintaining a suitable natural environment to support human, animal, and plant life (Copenhagen Alternative Declaration, 1995).
II Introduction to the Case Studies
III Citizen/Customer Orientation
IV Audience / Participant Targeting and Segmentation
V Relationship Building, Engagement and Exchange
VI Program Results
VIII Further Details and Additional Resources
--submitted by Jay Kassirer, General Manager, Tools of Change; President, Cullbridge Marketing and Communications
II Letter to the Minister
III How I came to write this letter
Submitted by David Burman
II Smoke-free Homes and Comprehensive Tobacco Control
III Smoke-free Multi-Unit Housing in Ontario
IV The Role of Local Public Health Departments
V Leadership Examples
VII Additional Resources
--submitted by Steven Savvaidis, Senior Manager, Program Training and Consultation Centre (PTCC), with research and editorial support from Saeeda Irfan, Health Promotion Specialist at PTCC
Deadline August 9, 2012
The South West Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), is one of 14 local organizations that have been created in Ontario to plan, coordinate and fund local health services, including hospitals, community care access centres (CCACs), long-term care homes, community health centres (CHCs), community support service agencies, and mental health and addictions agencies. The office of the South West LHIN is located in London, Ontario.
II The built environment
III The built environment tool kit
IV Putting the tool kit into action
--submitted by Stephen Samis, Director, Health Policy, Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada
II Information and Resources
A. Contact Information for Major Canadian Non Profits
B. News Sources
C. Government Sites
D. Other Sources of Information and Resources for Disaster Relief
Type of Resource: Book
Source: Perseus Publishing, 2001
Author: Sandra Steingraber
Type of Resource: Article
Source: (2002). Developmental and Behavioural Pediatrics Vol 23(1S): S13 - S19
Author: Stein J., Schettler T., Wallinga D., Valenti M