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1. PHIRN Proposals 2009-2010
(News|Events/Latest News - English)
... Documenting effective community-based solutions to disparities in mental health in marginalized populations is a first step to harnessing them as part of the system of care. In a climate of scarce resources ...
Monday, 07 June 2010
2. Population Health Interventions Research Program
(PHIRN/Research Programs - English)
Douglas Manuel and Jim Dunn Key Issues How can we most effectively improve the health of Ontarians? How can we mitigate risk among vulnerable populations? What policy levers are most likely ...
Tuesday, 22 September 2009
... Francophone populations and health-care professionals offering health services in French; models of care and the performance of the health care system in a linguistic minority setting. The Ontario Health ...
Monday, 17 August 2009
... to improve the health of disadvantaged populations. This gap between knowledge and action to improve health equity is of increasing concern to public health researchers and practitioners, globally.  ...
Thursday, 13 June 2013
5. Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunity - CAMH
(Other Funding/Current/Ongoing)
... 3 years experience. You are familiar with mental health and addictions services research and have experience working with diverse populations. The successful candidate will have previous experience with ...
Thursday, 09 August 2012
6. Conclusions
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Built Environment: A Synthesis of Review of Eviden)
... health programs are associated with benefit to various populations, particularly related to outcomes such as physical activity and mental health symptoms. However, there remains cause for concern given ...
Wednesday, 01 August 2012
7. Results
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Built Environment: A Synthesis of Review of Eviden)
... (N=4), Australia (N=3), United States (N=2), and New Zealand (N=1). The number of primary studies included in the reviews ranged from no studies to 99. Based on the 27 included reviews, the populations ...
Wednesday, 01 August 2012
8. Executive Summary
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Built Environment: A Synthesis of Review of Eviden)
... to children, adults, older adults, and ethnic and low income populations. Settings included roadways, worksites, and homes. The interventions evaluated can be classified into the following categories: ...
Wednesday, 01 August 2012
9. What Works for Built Environment Interventions?
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Commissioned Paper Summaries)
... many population health and public health programs are associated with benefit to various populations, particularly related to outcomes such as physical activity and mental health Household Air Quality ...
Wednesday, 01 August 2012
10. What Works Among Social Determinants of Health Interventions?
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Commissioned Paper Summaries)
... with various homeless populations, prevention counseling with sex workers and violence prevention programs in schools show promise. About This Series: The É/Exchange working paper series is designed ...
Wednesday, 18 July 2012
11. Executive Summary
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Diet and Nutrition: A Synthesis of review evidence)
... pre-diabetes, as well as children, adolescents, and ethnic and low income populations. The interventions evaluated varied significantly across the reviews but can be classified as follows: improving diet, ...
Thursday, 12 July 2012
12. What Works for Community-Based Healthy Diet and Nutrition Interventions?
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Commissioned Paper Summaries)
... to identify and summarize research findings on the effectiveness of community-based interventions on healthy diet and nutrition among various populations. The review was limited to studies of strong ...
Wednesday, 11 July 2012
... of populations, all ministers should see themselves as ministers of health. Putting these arguments—health and social justice—together implies that health equity should be at the heart of all policy making, ...
Friday, 25 May 2012
... and Environmental Determinants of Health Health Disparity Populations, Disease Conditions and Risk Factors Primary Prevention and Health Discrimination, Racism and Stress Healthcare Disparities ...
Tuesday, 15 May 2012
... involved wealth redistribution to address health inequities. By definition, “Health in All Policies” approaches have a broader focus than vulnerable populations only. Most jurisdictions combined attention ...
Thursday, 10 May 2012
16. CPHA 2010, Toronto
(News|Events/PHIRN @ CPHA)
... questions will raise issues such as: universal access to a suite of dental services or a program that covers certain populations for certain services, how current commitment in Ontario help us analyze ...
Friday, 20 April 2012
17. PHIRN OTC Fellowships
(Building Capacity/PHIRN Fellows)
... with immigrant and aboriginal populations in Ontario Danielle Rolfe A Process, Outcome and Economic Evaluation of the Interprofessional Markham Stouffville Hospital C-Section Reduction (MSH-CARES) ...
Thursday, 19 April 2012
18. Conclusions
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Social Determinants of Health)
... health programs are associated with benefit to various populations, particularly related to outcomes such as mental health symptoms, more stable housing, and in some populations substance use. However, ...
Wednesday, 18 April 2012
19. Results
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Social Determinants of Health)
... period; health education, and assertive community treatment. Populations studied included pregnant women with low SES, adults with low literacy/numeracy levels, and homeless persons with severe mental ...
Wednesday, 18 April 2012
20. Executive Summary
(É/Exchange Commissioned Paper Series/Social Determinants of Health)
... intellectual disability and concurrent physical, mental or behavioural problems, and in homeless populations with concurrent mental illness and substance use disorders, assertive community treatment was ...
Wednesday, 18 April 2012
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