PHIRN: Population Health Improvement Research Network

PHIRN-IPPH partnered research 2010-11

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Food for Health Equity in Diverse Communities: Creating Pathways to Advantage Through Food Innovation Networks

norman cameronInvestigators: Dr. Cameron Norman

Objectives:

  • Implement a technology-enabled community health and social integration model in Canada's most dense, multicultural community St. James Town (SJT), using food as a bridge to health and social integration;
  • Provide a clear focus of activity (food) for a diverse community that crosses age categories, sex roles, nationalities, religions, etc.
  • Create tools and skills for newcomers to help themselves and others, in sharing their personal experiences.

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