Two BC Public Health teams share the spotlight in the latest Evidence-Informed Decision Making Casebook

The National Collaborating Centre for Methods and Tools has just released Issue #2 of their Evidence-Informed Decision Making (EDIM) Casebook.

The EDIM Casebook is a meeting ground where public health professionals (and anyone!) interested in public health can read about innovative, enriching programs that are happening not only in BC but across the country.

And two awesome initiatives we’re involved with are highlighted in this issue! Woot, woot!

Both Appetite to Play and Active & Safe Central are funded by the BC Ministry of Health through a grant administered by us, the BC Alliance for Healthy Living Society.

The expert teams behind these programs do work which supports the British Columbia Physical Activity Strategy, which is designed to guide and stimulate coordinated policies, practices and programs in physical activity that will improve the health and well-being of British Columbians, and the communities in which they live, learn, work and play.

We invite you to read both articles, Appetite to Play: Healthy eating and physical activity in the early years and Active & Safe Central: Injury Prevention for sport and recreational activity, to catch up on the fantastic work happening in our province.  (You can read the entire second issue of the EDIM Casebook here).

Congratulations to our colleagues!

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