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1. Bibliothèque du RRASP
(PHIRN/Outils pour la recherche - Français)
... santé des populations de l'Ontario References Bibliography - Academic Literature Bibliography - Grey Literature Brochure  ...
Mardi, 19 Juillet 2011
... is the leading interdisciplinary research and teaching university in Canada. York offers a modern, academic experience at the undergraduate and graduate level in Toronto, Canada's most international city. ...
Lundi, 28 Juin 2010
... can do to tackle the social conditions that lead to health inequalities. Written by distinguished practitioners and academics, the publication builds on the recent Marmot Review report, 'Fair Society, ...
Vendredi, 05 Mars 2010
4. Patterns & Pathways of Inequities update
(PHIRN Newsletters/Spring/Summer/Fall 2012)
... in review)  Analyzing food policies in Canada: an analysis & compendium of Canadian food policies and food charters. (Report near completion) Lead academic researchers on this project ...
Vendredi, 02 Novembre 2012
5. The Ontario PHIRN Library is now LIVE!!!
(PHIRN Newsletters/Spring/Summer/Fall 2012)
... of academic and grey literature on population health equity and intervention research undertaken in and on the province of Ontario. This tool gives ready access to the open access academic journal articles, ...
Jeudi, 01 Novembre 2012
6. The Ontario PHIRN Library is now LIVE!!!
(News|Events/Latest News)
... what population health research is taking place in the province; who is doing the research and how. The PHIRN library is a searchable repository of academic and grey literature on population health ...
Mercredi, 17 Octobre 2012
...  Track 3: Outreach, Partnerships, Collaborations, and Opportunities Eliminating health disparities requires effective outreach, partnerships, and collaborations across federal agencies, academic institutions, ...
Mardi, 15 Mai 2012
8. PHIRN OTC Fellowships
(Building Capacity/PHIRN Fellows)
... of her publications appears on her academic website at http://otc-hsr.academia.edu/LauraBisaillon. She can be reached at lbisa082@uOttawa.ca Stephanie Montesanti The participation of ...
Jeudi, 19 Avril 2012
9. PHIRN Early Research Awards 2011
(Building Capacity/PHIRN Fellows)
... in the Forum in Health Economics and Policy and the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Apart from his academic research, Hai is also actively involved in policy consultancy, ...
Mardi, 17 Avril 2012
10. Spotlight on John Frank
(PHIRN Newsletters/Fall/Winter 2011/12)
... health decision-makers, however, is much more amenable to a simple human-organizational strategy: the professional isolation of the academically based research community, and the "out in the field" policy, ...
Mercredi, 14 Mars 2012
11. Scoping Review
(PHIRN Newsletters/Fall/Winter 2011/12)
...  researchers involved and geographic location of research undertaken; gaps insofar as they relate to population health equity and interventions research The key findings of the review of 173 academic ...
Mercredi, 14 Mars 2012
12. Recipients of PHIRN’s Emerging Researcher Awards
(PHIRN Newsletters/Fall/Winter 2011/12)
... His works have been published in the Forum in Health Economics and Policy and the International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. Apart from his academic research, Hai is also actively ...
Mercredi, 14 Mars 2012
...  Minimum of two to three years of post-PhD. experience in research and evaluation pertaining to population health. Eligible for (or currently holding) an academic appointment (i.e. assistant professor ...
Mardi, 20 Décembre 2011
14. CAMH fellowship in community-based research
(News|Events/Latest News)
... Fellows can propose research in any area related to mental health and addictions, and can be supervised by any CAMH scientist. In addition to the usual academic requirements of CAMH fellows, successful ...
Jeudi, 20 Octobre 2011
15. Population and Health Equity & Intervention Literature in Ontario 2005-2009
(Working Paper Series: É/Exchange/Population and Health Equity & Intervention Litera)
 Download 263 Kb   About this Article: This paper presents the findings of a review of academic and grey literature published between 2005 and 2009. The review sought to describe the scope ...
Vendredi, 23 Septembre 2011
16. Appendix 5. Definitions of Categories used in Data Base for Content Analysis
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Appendices)
...  Database category Definition, notes, examples Author information Affiliation and discipline of first author First author’s academic discipline/area of expertise (e.g., ...
Mercredi, 21 Septembre 2011
Mercredi, 21 Septembre 2011
18. Bibliography Academic Literature
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/References)
Abada, T., Hou, F., & Ram, B. (2007).Racially mixed neighborhoods, perceived neighborhood social cohesion, and adolescent health in Canada. Social Science & Medicine (1982), 65(10), 2004-2017. ...
Mercredi, 21 Septembre 2011
19. Summary & Discussion
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Summary & Discussion)
... of academic literature included in the review are associated with Ontario universities.  Although there were many affiliations not provided in the grey literature, those situated in other institutions ...
Mercredi, 21 Septembre 2011
20. Figure 11a-b. Population Health Issues Studied in Academic/Grey Literature Ω
(Scoping Review of the Population Health Equity/Key Findings)
The final set of figures (11a and 11b) presents data on the pattern of population health issues or outcomes studied in the academic and grey literatures. Mental health outcomes are the most frequent category ...
Mercredi, 21 Septembre 2011
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