Charting the course, progress report :: H118-7/2004E-PDF
two years later: how are we doing? /
This is the product of a cross-Canada consultation to identify priorities for population and public health research and knowledge transfer, involving 400 stakeholders in these fields and conducted by the Institute of Population and Public Health and the Canadian Population Health Initiative. They recommended an increased focus on research and knowledge transfer in four areas: the impacts of income inequality; the interactions/pathways of health determinants; population level interventions; and the engagement and influence of policymakers. They also recommended making databases more accessible and integrated, and achieving greater consensus in research methodologies and standards of evidence
|Department/Agency||Canadian Institute for Health Information.|
|Title||Charting the course, progress report :|
|Subtitle||two years later: how are we doing? /|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||"In the fall of 2001, the Canadian Population Health Initiative (CPHI) of the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) and the Institute for of Population and Public Health (IPPH) of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) collaborated on a ten-city, pan-Canadian consultation to identify priorities for population and public health (PPH) research and knowledge transfer... The purpose of this document is to report to PPH partners on progress achieved to date by CPHI and IPPH in addressing the priorities identified through the CTC consultations."--Introduction. ISBN (1-55392-379-0) assigned to the paper version has been printed on the PDF version.|
|Number of Pages||p.|
|Departmental Catalogue Number||1-55392-379-0 (paper version)|
|Subject Terms||Health, Health policy|
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