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Exercise Works! Nov 25
🚨NEW!!! 2020 Guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour launched: every move counts. 📚Full report 🔎Summary ℹ️Infographics 👇Thread
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The WellSky Foundation Nov 24
We proactively partner with organizations to address four key social determinants of health : housing, food insecurity, transportation, and isolation. —> Learn more about where we focus our time, energy, and resources to uplift our communities:
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André Picard Nov 27
Dr. Philip Berger, a tireless advocate for society's most vulnerable and a member of Canadian Medical Hall of Fame, named to the via
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Maria Hernandez, PhD Nov 23
Make 2021 the year you build a playbook! Join us for our last open webinar of the year Dec 8 at 11 am PST to learn about FREE access to the Inclusion Scorecard for Population Health. Register here:
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Bistra Zheleva Nov 27
over and over again, very much highlighted by the pandemic.
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The WellSky Foundation Nov 25
Thank you to ’s teammates who helped us raise $300,000 to support our mission of addressing the social determinants of health () to care for people in our communities! Read more here:
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André Picard Nov 27
Dr. Lynn McIntyre, professor emerita , appointed to the for her influential research on health equity and food insecurity via
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Amy Ma Nov 27
Food insecurity in Canada's Far North looks like this. and food security matter!
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Zeke McKinney, MD, MHI, MPH (he/him) Nov 24
Excellent article by and regarding homelessness as a during !
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Marita Hennessy Nov 27
Replying to @MaritaHennessy
TLDR: lazy language of lifestyle, & the lazy thinking behind it perpetuates a disproportionate focus on the indiv > range of behavioural, environmental & –& on individualistic solutions aimed at the indiv just making different choices & changing their ‘unhealthy lifestyle’.
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Jasmine Getrouw-Moore | CodeJGM Nov 20
Having fresh, affordable life nurturing foods in the neighborhood grocery store.
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Rajesh Mohan🌈--PPE for FRONTLINE-- Nov 22
"We need to focus more on the obvious causes of poor health, such as poverty, air quality, food security, structural racism, & the effects of the climate crisis" Healthcare improvement must focus on social determinants of health
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Alison Rein Nov 25
Such an amazing program, and so grateful to have had the opportunity to be involved; join us on 12/14 to learn more!
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Todd Davenport Nov 20
Join me for a discussion of and social risk factors in physical therapy. CEUs -- and maybe even cameos from fluffy puppies -- will be involved. Thanks for the chance to contribute, and thank you for registering and setting aside the time.
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Seth Peterson 15h
factors at play again? Man it’s crazy how we do often overlook these, myself included
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Connie H. Hoe Nov 22
Read our new article: The alcohol industry's involvement in global road safety () published by
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Accountable Health Nov 24
Catch a quick PopHealth Minute. ✅ Apps and their effectiveness ✅ Culture ✅ Medical Loss Ratio ✅ AI and Bias Or something else?
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RWJBH Social Impact Nov 20
We can’t reach equal access to healthy food without equal access to jobs, education, transportation, well-being and opportunity.  Food justice is social justice. 
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Brent Nicholson Nov 27
The could not be more important. Paramedics have a vital voice often not heard at the public health table. As members of the integrated health service we are forward in the community and witness vulnerability. Our experiences need academic founding. 2/3😁
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RWJBH Social Impact Nov 27
Transportation can be a vehicle to wellness.  When properly designed, transportation systems can provide exercise opportunities, improve safety, lower stress, link people to crucial services/social supports and stimulate economic development. TRANSPORTATION IS A .
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