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The case for prevention: Moving upstream to improve health for all Ontarians.

Author/Name:
Connie Clement, Robyn Kalda, Carmen Connolly, Graham Clyne, Jane Bertrand, Sonia Worotynec, Josee Bourbonnais, Khadija Mahi, Krissa Fay, Michael Fay
Year:
2006
Literature Type:
Grey Literature
Database:
Health Nexus
Source of Grey Literature:
  • NGO or coalition of NGOS
Type of Grey Literature:
  • Other(reports/working papers/e-bulletins)
Location:
  • Ontario All
  • Ontario Unclear
First Author Discipline:
  • Public Health
First Author Affiliation: University:
  • Affiliation other than University(Specify)
Which other/Specify other:
Ontario Prevention Clearinghouse (OPC), Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance
Type of Research:
  • Literature Review
Sub-pop Experiencing Inequities:
  • Aboriginal/First Nation/Inuit/M├ętis
  • Immigrant/Newcomer/Refugees
  • Multiple
Keywords for Health Issue:
Chronic Disease
Health Outcomes:
  • Cancer
  • Cardiovascular disease/MI
  • Diabetes
  • Mental health
  • Obesity
  • Respiratory diseases/asthma
  • Stress
Health Equity/Inequity?:
Yes
SDOH:
  • Aboriginal origin
  • Food insecurity
  • Health planning
  • Immigrant status
  • SES
  • Social support
  • Stigma/self-esteem/identity and health
DOH Individual lifestyle, behaviour:
  • Healthy eating
  • Physical activity
Recommendations and/or Key Finding:
Recommendations include: That the Ontario Government enhance funding to prevention and population health; that the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion develop social marketing to help the population understand SDOH; that the Ontario MOH Promotion and MHLTC provide funding to the Ontario Chronic Disease Prevention Alliance to develope a disease preventionstrategy for Ontario; that the Ontario MOHP support expansion of the "Prevent Stroke" website
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