Population Health Intervention Research Initiative for Canada: progress and prospects.

Abstract

Actions in Canada are being designed to transform the way research evidence is generated and used to improve population health. Capacity is being built in population health intervention research. The primary target is more understanding and examination of policies and programs that could redress inequities in health. The Population Health Intervention Research Initiative for Canada is a loosely-networked collaboration designed to advance the science of the field as well as the quantity, quality and use of population health intervention research to improve the health of Canadians. In the first few years there have been new training investments, new funding programs, new working guidelines for peer review, symposia and new international collaborations. This has been brought about by the strategic alignment of communication, planning and existing investments and the leveraging of new resources.

DOI: 10.1071/NB10072

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@article{Hawe2011PopulationHI, title={Population Health Intervention Research Initiative for Canada: progress and prospects.}, author={Penelope Hawe and Stephen Samis and Erica Di Ruggiero and Jean Shoveller}, journal={New South Wales public health bulletin}, year={2011}, volume={22 1-2}, pages={27-32} }