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Intersection between the Built and Social Environments and Older Adults’ Mobility

Inevitably, an aging population will demand significant health and economic costs at personal and societal levels. Emerging evidence highlights that built and social environments both play a role in older adults’ mobility, community engagement and health. It may be the interaction between the person, the built environment, and elements of the social environment that encourage or dissuade an...

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NCC for Methods and Tools and NCCEH - Leveraging Evidence for Policy Change: Reducing Carbon Monoxide Exposure in Long-term Care Facilities

Please join Dr. Susan Snelling and Mr. Daniel Fong (MPH, CPHI(C)) for a practice-oriented discussion of how public health professionals can adapt information and implement and evaluate policy change. This webinar draws on the National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools (NCCMT) seven-step process for evidence-informed public health, with a focus on the process by which research evidence...

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