In this blog post, Knowledge Translation Specialist Dianne Oickle discusses how inequities in early childhood have a longstanding effect on a person’s health outcomes.
Imagine the world in 2048. What do you see? I imagine a world in which a greater proportion of humanity gets to partake in the beauty and bounty the world has to offer while being buffered from more of its downsides. It brings to mind what Arundhati Roy imagines as “another world.” In this “another world” described by Roy, three things will be central to health promotion practice.
To find out why understanding food insecurity is important for public health, Hannah Moffatt, Knowledge Translation Specialist spoke with Dr. Lynn McIntyre, PROOF Investigator, Professor, Faculty of Medicine at the University of Calgary and NCCDH Advisory Board member about the report.