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Caline Mattar Aug 27
“We need a change in mindset to work together to solve urgent issues” Dr Apakupakul from
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Howard Frumkin Jul 23
Fascinating recent paper: Add a health message to a climate-based behavior change nudge, and behavior change increases!
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Alan Ruddiman Aug 21
Safely back in British Columbia after an enlightening three days in Alaska with . I return home having gained many insights on how a primary care health system can be transformed to better put patients‘, citizens’ & communities health needs front & centre.
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Alan Ruddiman Aug 20
It’s been reinforced once again, this time by at - In seeking necessary impetus for , culture eats strategy for breakfast! Business management guru Peter Drucker definitely nailed it.
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Aug 15
Canada's facing a climate emergency and Canadians are feeling the health impacts of climate change — from asthma attacks during wildfires to lives lost because of heatwaves. Climate change is the greatest threat to our health, but climate action is the greatest opportunity.
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Diogo Martins Aug 13
Replying to @yassentch @Ipsos and 13 others
Most importantly: well done for broadening the conversation out of the traditional walls of Medicine. Others should follow your lead! 👏🏻🇨🇦 🇵🇹
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Yassen Tcholakov Aug 13
At the close of the we are having an important discussion on at the next federal elections. Meeting co-chaired by two climate champions: and .
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Yassen Tcholakov Aug 13
opens the to discuss by describing the Communities of Interest on Virtual Care and inviting members to join. Documentation supporting the discussion:
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Yassen Tcholakov Aug 11
shares the highes of meeting with the members, the lowes of being away from home due to travel duties, and the gratefulness for being supported by the staff.
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Yassen Tcholakov Aug 11
chairing the elections committee of the : about to elect the new leadership of the organization
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Kimberly Williams Aug 11
Looking forward to over the next year! I know he will do us proud
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Dr Courtney Howard Aug 11
Outgoing Prez installs as President. These are incredible humans Imagine—what is now one of ’s biggest NGOs is led by people passionately dedicated to health, equity, & justice. Vision + Resources=Opportunity Amazing.
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elizabeth wiley Aug 11
Thank you for your incredible work & leadership this year as president, !
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Yassen Tcholakov Aug 11
multiple members call the to continue advocating for action on
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Yassen Tcholakov Aug 11
the is committed to addressing determinants of health including -
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Yassen Tcholakov Aug 11
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Yassen Tcholakov Aug 11
urges the to discuss the needs of patients hand-in-hand with the needs of Canadians doctors.
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Yassen Tcholakov Aug 11
presents how she dedicated her find as president to meeting with members and finding how the organization could help them overcome the challenges that they face in delivering the best care to Canadians
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Yassen Tcholakov Aug 11
describes how the has worked this year to gather input from its members and how it strives to improve the health of Canadians
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Dre Claudel P-Desrosiers Aug 7
OUI, OUI, et OUI. Les facs de ont le devoir d’intégrer les dans le - rapidement & de facon transversale. y travaillent déjà; doivent emboîter le pas.
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